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November 20, 2020
Spain, Britain, Cádiz province and Gibraltar reach cross-border worker solutions DETAILED talks over how to maintain the rights and freedoms of cross-border workers living in Spain and with jobs in Gibraltar have reached a conclusion and a new system ready to be put into place. Posted: November 20, 2020 10:19 pm
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Why Australia Will Fare Worst from COVID-19 — Lockdowns Don’t Work Five weeks ago, I warned you about it: Australia’s vulnerability to another COVID-19 outbreak, and the risks of more lockdowns as a result. Well, this time it’s Adelaide. Bloomberg describes it as one of the toughest lockdowns in the world. You can’t walk your...
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Once Again, Facebook Is Using Privacy As A Sword To Kill Independent Innovation Facebook claims that their role as guardian of users’ privacy gives them the power to shut down apps that give users more control over their own social media experience. Facebook is wrong. The latest example is their legal bullying of Friendly Social...
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Via Sovereign Man Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice. ACLU and Professor Team Up to Encourage Book Burnings Abigail Shrier has committed the ultimate sin:...
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Gianni Bernardinello, Baker Who Fed Neighbors Amid Pandemic, Dies at 76 The Milanese baker would leave out baskets of bread for people hit hard economically by the coronavirus pandemic. Now the disease has claimed his life. Posted: November 20, 2020 4:53 pm by NY Times
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Svetlana Alexievich on the protests against Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus Literature Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich is currently in Berlin receiving medical treatment. In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, she spoke about the protests in her homeland of Belarus, the horrors of the Lukashenko regime and how the international community can help. Posted: November 20, 2020...
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EU Budget Battle: Brussels Prepares for a Protracted Fight with Poland and Hungary By vetoing the EU budget, Hungary and Poland have plunged the bloc into a crisis and heaped pressure on Angela Merkel to find a solution. Brussels, though, might have a way to turn the tables. Posted: November 20, 2020 4:00 pm by...
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Cannes relaunches its #Helpcommerces scheme for small business CÔTE D’AZUR & PROVENCE Consistently working to help the small businesses, Cannes has relaunched the successful and supportive initiative, #HelpCommerces. From the first weeks of confinement, last April, the Cannes City Hall had set up the innovative and concrete economic and social support system to accompany the...
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The Cunning Plot to Kill Kennedy If anyone murders a federal official, you can be assured of one thing: the feds will do everything they can to ensure that everyone involved in the crime is brought to justice. It’s like when someone kills a cop. The entire police force mobilizes to capture, arrest, and prosecute...
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Kristin Grauer: Meet the new US Consul of Marseille PEOPLE Originally from Michigan, Kristin Grauer has been working in Foreign Services for over a decade. A specialist in business and economics, she has completed tours as an embassy economic officer in Baghdad and Moscow, and as a political officer in Monrovia, Liberia and Cotonou, Benin....
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