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Dawn 06 Feb 2023
NdcTech, a global IT Company providing transformational services to the banking sector and winner of the Temenos Best Sales Partner Award in MEA, attended Temenos Kick-Off (TKO) 2023, which took place at Palau Congress Centre at Palma de Mallorca, Spain from 17th to 20th January 2023, according to a press release.

World Youth Forum Launches Large Package of Development Initiatives and Projects

Eagle-Tribune 06 Feb 2023
Rascha Ragheb, the executive director of the World Youth Forum, announced that the fifth edition of the WYF will not be launched in its traditional annual format due to the recent successive global crises and their humanitarian and economic repercussions ... ... Rascha Ragheb, Executive Director of the World Youth Forum.

Majority of Cambridge Research Papers Now Open Access

Eagle-Tribune 06 Feb 2023
Over 50 percent of Cambridge University Press research articles are now published open access (OA) and so freely available to read ... Cambridge, the world’s oldest academic press, has signed transformative agreements covering 2,000 institutions worldwide ... Mandy Hill, Managing Director, Academic at Cambridge University Press & Assessment, said.

Cascades invests $9 million in Piscataway

Victoria Advocate 06 Feb 2023
"The purchase of an EVOL press, one of the fastest technologies in the world, will allow us to continue our growth in the Northeast and increase our ability to serve our current and future customers ... The purchase of this new press, the plant's sixth, will increase production capacity by 17%, or the equivalent of 480 million square feet.

'There was a Rohit camp and a Virat camp': R Sridhar reveals how Ravi Shastri intervened to resolve the issue

Indian Express 06 Feb 2023
... into two camps after the team's world cup loss in 2019 ... My Days with the Indian Cricket Team, 'After the 2019 World Cup, there was a lot of bad press about what allegedly happened in the dressing room during our campaign and following our loss to New Zealand in the semifinal.

Kenya labor court rules that Facebook can be sued

Times Argus 06 Feb 2023
... than elsewhere in the world. The Associated Press and more than a dozen other media outlets last year reported that Facebook had failed to quickly and effectively moderate hate speech in several places around the world, including in Ethiopia ... Copyright 2023 The Associated Press.

Montana paper's spy balloon photos play role in White House's response to China

Rapid City Journal 06 Feb 2023
The Gazette’s publication of those photos, connecting them to the closed airspace and the fighter jets being scrambled to track the balloon, was quickly picked up by other media around the world — and the White House ... airspace, and violated international law, which is unacceptable,” Pentagon Press Secretary Air Force Brig.

Kenya labor court rules Facebook can be sued

The Nashville Ledger 06 Feb 2023
... more slowly to crises in Africa than elsewhere in the world. The Associated Press and more than a dozen other media outlets last year reported that Facebook had failed to quickly and effectively moderate hate speech in several places around the world, including in Ethiopia.

Saskatchewan's Kelly Knapp, Jamie Koe of Northwest Territories punch tickets to Brier

North Shore News 06 Feb 2023
Koe will skip a Territories team at a Canadian men's championship for the 16th time in his curling career, while Knapp is a relative rookie ... The Brier champion will wear the Maple Leaf in the world men's championship April 1-9 in Ottawa. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb ... The Canadian Press. .

One-Man Commission to recommend J. Salik for top civil award

Urdu Point 06 Feb 2023
Chairman One-Man Commission on Minorities Rights, Dr Muhammad Shoaib Suddle, in recognition of Convener World Minorities Alliance J ... Salik founded the World Minorities Alliance in 1980 ... "I was invited as chief guest at the public meeting organized by the World Minorities Alliance at the National Press Club Islamabad on 19 January 2023.

Oracle to invest US$1.5bn, build Riyadh data center

Taipei Times 06 Feb 2023
Increased demand for cloud computing has pushed technology companies such as Oracle, Microsoft Corp, Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google to set up data centers across the world to speed up data transfer ... The NEOM project is displayed at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Jan.

Single-use plastic waste rises from 2019-2021 despite pledges

The Hindu 06 Feb 2023
Single-use plastics have emerged as one of the world's most pressing environmental threats ....

An Ohio 6-year-old child dies; her mother is then targeted by anti-vaccine activists spreading falsehoods

Cleveland 06 Feb 2023
The use of “died suddenly” — or a misspelled version of it — has surged more than 740% in tweets about vaccines over the past two months compared with the two previous months, the media intelligence firm Zignal Labs found in an analysis conducted for The Associated Press ... (Nick Cammett, Associated Press) ... (Marcio Jose Sanchez, Associated Press).

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