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CANADA.COM

THE TEXAS TRIBUNE

EXPATICA SAOEDIE-ARABIË

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    Expat Guide to Saudi Arabia | Expatica

  • Saudi warns of jail for spreading ‘rumours’ online
    Saudi Arabia has warned that spreading “rumours” is a crime punishable by up to five years in jail, after sexual harassment claims circulated widely on social media. “Publishing or contributing in any way to rumours and lies via social media... The post Saudi warns of jail for spreading ‘rumours’ online... Read more »
  • 14 dead as Saudi coalition bombs Yemen after UAE attack
    The Saudi-led coalition killed 14 people in air strikes on Yemen’s rebel-held capital, a medical source said Tuesday, after an attack by Huthi insurgents on the United Arab Emirates sent regional tensions soaring. Sanaa residents were combing the rubble for... The post 14 dead as Saudi coalition bombs Yemen after... Read more »
  • Suspected drone strike kills 3 in UAE, Huthis announce ‘military operation’
    A suspected drone attack killed three people in a fuel tank blast in Abu Dhabi on Monday, officials said, as Yemen’s Huthi rebels announced a “military operation” in the United Arab Emirates. Two Indians and a Pakistani died as three... The post Suspected drone strike kills 3 in UAE, Huthis... Read more »
  • Iran says diplomats back in Saudi for OIC posts
    Iranian envoys have returned to the Saudi-based Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, in the first such diplomatic move since the two countries cut ties in 2016, the foreign ministry announced Monday. “The delegation is now in Jeddah (western Saudi Arabia) to... The post Iran says diplomats back in Saudi for OIC... Read more »
  • Iran says diplomats in Saudi for Islamic bloc posts
    Iranian diplomats are in Saudi Arabia to start work at a global organisation representing Muslims, a first since the two rivals cut ties in 2016, Iran’s foreign ministry announced on Monday. “The delegation is now in Jeddah to start its... The post Iran says diplomats in Saudi for Islamic bloc... Read more »
  • US Africa envoy to visit Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Ethiopia
    The US special envoy for the Horn of Africa will visit Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Ethiopia next week amid ongoing crises in the two African nations, the State Department announced Friday. David Satterfield and Assistant Secretary of State Molly Phee... The post US Africa envoy to visit Saudi Arabia, Sudan... Read more »
  • Hungarian, Saudi oil firms to buy Polish assets
    Poland’s state-owned refiner PKN Orlen announced Wednesday plans to sell oil assets to Saudi Aramco and Hungary’s MOL in order to meet EU conditions for its merger with domestic rival Grupa Lotos. Saudi Aramco will buy a stake in Lotos’s... The post Hungarian, Saudi oil firms to buy Polish assets... Read more »

THE BLAZE

NEW EUROPE

EXPATICA ARABISCHE EMIRATEN

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    Expat Guide to United Arab Emirates | Expatica

  • Timeline: Yemen’s grinding seven-year war
    After at least 70 people were killed in an air strike on a prison in Yemen on Friday, here is a look at the impoverished country’s seven-year war. The war pits Iran-supported rebels against Yemen government forces backed by a... The post Timeline: Yemen’s grinding seven-year war appeared first on... Read more »
  • UN Security Council condemns ‘terrorist’ attacks on UAE by Yemen’s Huthis
    The UN Security Council unanimously condemned the deadly attacks on Abu Dhabi by Yemen’s Huthi rebels as “heinous terrorist attacks” and called for the perpetrators to be brought to justice. But, in a statement before a meeting Friday, the council’s... The post UN Security Council condemns ‘terrorist’ attacks on UAE... Read more »
  • Air strike on Yemen prison leaves at least 70 dead
    At least 70 people were killed in an air strike on a prison and at least three children died in a separate bombardment as Yemen’s long-running conflict suffered a dramatic escalation of violence on Friday. The Huthi rebels released gruesome... The post Air strike on Yemen prison leaves at least... Read more »
  • CORRECTED: UN Security Council condemns ‘terrorist’ attacks on UAE by Yemen’s Huthis
    The UN Security Council unanimously condemned the deadly attacks on Abu Dhabi by Yemen’s Huthi rebels as “heinous terrorist attacks” and called to bring the perpetrators to justice. But, in a statement before a meeting Friday, the council’s Norwegian presidency... The post CORRECTED: UN Security Council condemns ‘terrorist’ attacks on... Read more »
  • Air strike on Yemen prison leaves more than 200 dead or wounded
    More than 200 people were killed or wounded in an air strike on a prison and at least three children died in a separate bombardment as Yemen’s long-running conflict suffered a dramatic escalation of violence on Friday. The Huthi rebels... The post Air strike on Yemen prison leaves more than... Read more »
  • Many dead or missing as ‘horrific’ air strike destroys Yemen jail
    A “horrific” air strike on a Yemeni prison has left many dead or missing, aid workers said on Friday after a night of deadly bombing that underlined a dramatic escalation in violence. Gruesome scenes came to light in Saada, heartland... The post Many dead or missing as ‘horrific’ air strike... Read more »
  • Emirates to resume US flights after ‘temporary’ 5G reprieve
    Emirates said Thursday it will lift a suspension of flights to several US destinations in a “temporary reprieve” after the launch of 5G networks was delayed near American airports over safety fears. Flights to six destinations will resume Friday, and... The post Emirates to resume US flights after ‘temporary’ 5G... Read more »

THE STAR PHOENIX

THE MORNING CALL

MERCURY NEWS

CHICAGO SUN TIMES

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    Chicago Sun Times

  • Horoscope for Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022
    Moon Alert Avoid shopping or making important decisions after 11:15 p.m. Chicago time. The moon is in Scorpio. Aries (March 21-April 19) This is a productive day, especially if you want to take care of red-tape details about insurance matters, shared property, inheritances, taxes and debt. Roll up your sleeves... Read more »
  • Man shot after argument at funeral in Grand Crossing
    A man was shot after an argument at a funeral Jan. 25, 2022 on the Far South Side. | Sun-Times file photo The man, 27, got into an argument with someone he knew in the 7600 block of South Stony Island Avenue about 8:25 p.m. when he was shot in... Read more »
  • Loyola knocks off visiting SIU in MVC tilt
    Loyola guard Lucas Williamson reacts after the team turned over the ball during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Missouri State in Chicago, Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022. | Nam Y. Huh/AP Lucas Williamson scored 20 points to lead the way. Lucas Williamson matched his season high... Read more »
  • Archdiocese consolidates parishes in Evergreen Park
    The Archdiocese of Chicago, located at 835 N. Rush St. The archdiocese announced Tuesday it will combine Queen of Martyrs and St. Bernadette churches in Evergreen Park, part of its ongoing restructuring initiative. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times The consolidations are part of the church’s ongoing restructuring program that was launched in... Read more »
  • Villanova continues dominance against DePaul
    DePaul forward Yor Anei (10) and Villanova forward Eric Dixon (43) chase a rebound to the baseline during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022, in Villanova, Pa. | Laurence Kesterson/AP Javan Johnson scored 16 points, but the Demons lost again to the Wildcats.... Read more »
  • Illini alone in first in Big Ten after beating Michigan State
    Omar Payne #4 of the Illinois Fighting Illini blocks the shot of Tyson Walker #2 of the Michigan State Spartans during the first half at State Farm Center on January 25, 2022 in Champaign, Illinois. | Justin Casterline/Getty Images Illinois played without Cockburn and Curbelo. CHAMPAIGN (AP) — Trent Frazier... Read more »
  • Rentable commercial kitchens could add spice to South Side restaurant scene
    This former Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation building would be turned into rentable kitchens for upstart food entrepreneurs under a new $4.6 million city plan. | City of Chicago This plan potentially brings new commercial choices to the South Side, while showing there is a future for vacant, city-owned... Read more »

CENTRAL MAINE

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    Central Maine

  • Obituary: Wendell G. Colter
    MOUNT VERNON - Wendell G. Colter, 82, passed away Jan. 21, 2022 at his home surrounded by his family. He was ...... Read more »
  • Obituary: Robert Francis Smith
    WINSLOW - Robert Francis Smith, 68, passed away peacefully Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 in the comforts of his home with his ...... Read more »
  • Obituary: Stanley M. Whittier
    WATERVILLE - Stanley M. Whittier, 91, formerly a long time resident of Augusta, died Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, at the Alfond ...... Read more »
  • Obituary: Anne Marie Pulsifer
    NIANTIC, Conn. - Anne Marie Pulsifer, 57, passed away after a brief illness on Dec. 3, 2021 in Niantic, Conn. with ...... Read more »
  • Obituary: Cecelia Paul
    NORTH ANSON - Cecelia Paul, 81, of North Anson, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022 at her home surrounded by ...... Read more »
  • Obituary: Patricia Arline DuPont
    FARMINGDALE - Patricia Arline DuPont, 77, of Farmingdale passed away peacefully in the comfort of her own home after a short ...... Read more »
  • Obituary: Charlene Gracie Honea
    WINDSOR - Charlene Gracie Honea, 65, passed away suddenly on Jan. 23, 2022, due to natural causes at the Alfond Center ...... Read more »

FALMOUTH PACKET UK

WINDSOR STAR

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    Windsor Star

  • Amherstburg school naming committee in turmoil
    As a school board trustee for 30 years, Gale Simko-Hatfield has served on numerous committees tasked with compiling a short list of names for a new school within the public board.  Never has she seen the process deteriorate the way it has for the 16-member committee making suggestions for the new dual-track high school being... Read more »
  • Students, swimmers protest Adie Knox pool switch
    A soggy group of students and recreational swimmers vowed to “keep up the battle” Wednesday as they protested the looming shutdown of the Adie Knox pool and transfer of its swimming programs to a new University of Windsor pool funded largely by students. Friends of Adie Knox have been fighting... Read more »
  • Zito impresses Red Wings' GM Yzerman to become one of seven Spitfires headed to an NHL main camp
    The fact that Windsor Spitfires’ forward Pasquale Zito missed an entire season to the COVID-19 pandemic was not lost on Detroit Red Wings’ general manager Steve Yzerman. Despite the Ontario Hockey League being shutdown for the 2020-21 season, the Red Wings took a flyer on the 18-year-old Zito in the... Read more »
  • Bertuzzi will be lone Red Wing without a COVID-19 vaccination at training camp
    The Detroit Red Wings will not give forward Tyler Bertuzzi the Zac Rinaldo treatment. On the eve of training camp, Red Wings’ general manager Steve Yzerman informed media that the 26-year-old Bertuzzi has not gotten the COVID-19 vaccine. “We have all of our players vaccinated except Tyler Bertuzzi, who has... Read more »
  • Irek Kusmierczyk confirmed for re-election in Windsor-Tecumseh
    The mail-in ballots have been counted. Incumbent Liberal MP Irek Kusmierczyk has emerged the winner in Windsor-Tecumseh, finishing with 675 more votes than NDP candidate Cheryl Hardcastle.... Read more »
  • 'We can't cope with unvaccinated staff:' Vast majority of hospital staff now vaccinated as mandate comes into force
    About 97 per cent cent of Windsor Regional Hospital staff had at least one shot of COVID-19 vaccine as a hospital-wide mandate came into effect Wednesday. But for the almost 150 staff that haven’t yet to get the shot, Wednesday marks the start of two weeks of unpaid leave. From... Read more »
  • Proof-of-vaccination requirement comes to Windsor-Essex businesses
    Wednesday was the first day that customers of restaurants, bars, gyms, and other venues in Windsor-Essex had to show they've been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, by Ontario mandate.... Read more »

WHATS NEW TODAY

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    What's New Today

  • Vaccine passports AXED in Northern Ireland, but WFH remains
    Covid restrictions in Northern Ireland imposed to combat the Omicron variant will be lifted from today. Ministers in Stormont voted in favor of a wide-scale easing of curbs, including Covid passes to access bars, restaurants and cinemas. Nightclubs, forced to close on Boxing Day, will reopen later, along with the... Read more »
  • The world’s oldest male gorilla, 61-year-old Ozzie, has died at the Atlanta Zoo
    The world’s oldest male gorilla, 61-year-old Ozzie, was found dead Tuesday by his care team in his habitat at Zoo Atlanta. Ozzie’s cause of death is not yet known and zoo officials are still awaiting autopsy results, although the western lowland gorilla, which is also the world’s third oldest gorilla,... Read more »
  • CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Money can’t buy happiness, but at least it can afford a razor
    The Decade That the Rich Won (BBC) Rating: Secrets of the Krays (ITV) Rating: George Osborne is a cartoonist’s dream, but he is difficult to photograph from a flattering angle. The former chancellor’s nose has a bulbous, forked tip. It’s an unfortunate trait. The cameraman for The Decade That the... Read more »
  • Thomas Tuchel is a ‘breath of breath’ for Chelsea, says Joe Cole
    Thomas Tuchel has been a ‘breath of fresh air’ for Chelsea and his impact on the club is comparable to Jose Mourinho’s, says Joe Cole, as the German coach has been in charge for a year. Thomas Tuchel was appointed Chelsea manager on January 26 last year He went on... Read more »
  • New Mexico woman, 18, has been arrested in connection with the murder of a former prosecutor
    A New Mexico woman was arrested after allegedly using Snapchat to lure a man into his kidnapping and plotting a ransom that led to his brother’s murder. Ana Bella Duke, 18, was charged with murder, kidnapping, two counts of armed robbery and tampering with evidence in connection with the February... Read more »
  • Why investors should keep their nerves as tensions in Ukraine hit equities
    After a nervous start to the year, investors would have started the week hoping for news to calm stock markets. They got the opposite. If lingering fears of inflation weren’t enough to cloud the waters, markets now have a new and very real threat to face. Fears of a possible... Read more »
  • Kate Hudson glows in neon green as she arrives at Drew Barrymore’s chat show
    Kate Hudson glows in neon green as she arrives at Drew Barrymore’s chat show in New York City to talk about her latest business venture By Ashleigh Gray for Dailymail.Com Published: 2:18 PM EST, January 25, 2022 | Updated: 02:02 EST, January 26, 2022 <!– <!– <!–<!– <!– <!– <!–... Read more »

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