What You Need to Know About Bad Credit Loans

What You Need to Know About Bad Credit Loans

The first thing to note is that Bad Credit Loans is not an institution that lends money, but an online link website that connects lenders and borrowers. The site is designed for people who require fast loans, even if they may not have the best score. The service is totally free, and …

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EU should establish reserves of key raw materials, says Czech Presidency – EURACTIV.com

The European Commission should establish a strategic reserve system with key raw materials, said Czech Industry and Trade Minister Jozef Síkela. The EU’s potential reserve system was discussed on Monday at a conference organized by the Czech EU Presidency Council. Reserve systems for major mineral commodities have long been in …

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Great moments from the 1990s that you forgot

Riots rarely start out of the blue – they are just the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Just like the Los Angeles riots. According Story, on March 3, 1991, Rodney King led police in a car chase while driving under the influence. When he was arrested, four police officers …

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Are there privileged people among the returnees in BiH?

Over 113.000 citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) still have the official status of refugees or displaced persons, even though the war ended 27 years ago. At the state level alone, between 2009 and 2019, 382 million BAM (about 190 million euros) was invested in repairing houses and apartments for …

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Turkey’s Erdoğan asks for Putin’s help in upcoming elections amid economic hardship

Abdullah Bozkurt/Stockholm Facing serious challenges in the upcoming election in a struggling economy, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has turned to Russia for help to boost his cash reserves, rehabilitate his tarnished image and offer relief to consumers with significant energy price reductions. Speaking to reporters after returning from a …

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Retired fighter pilot Oliver Jenkins recalls his missions after the September 11 attacks | Hometown Patriot

SHREVEPORT, La. — Like everyone across the country 21 years ago at this time, Oliver Jenkins was left stunned by the backdoor terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people on 9/11. “Shocked, amazed, completely surprised,” the retired Marine Lt. Col. recalled as the World Trade Center and the Pentagon burned. …

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Air Arabia Abu Dhabi launches new route to Beirut

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the capital’s first low-cost airline, has announced the launch of its new route from Abu Dhabi to Beirut in Lebanon. The new direct flights will connect Abu Dhabi International Airport to Rafic Hariri International Airport in Beirut with a frequency of three weekly flights, starting October …

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Building Homes for Heroes seeks to expand in-home gift program to first responders

Proposal to add more beneficiaries comes as Army veteran accepts 300 milestonee residence NORTH LAKE, Texas, September 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Building Homes for Heroes, a nonprofit organization that has provided mortgage-free housing to military veterans for 16 years, announced today that it is seeking to expand the national program …

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US unveils $2 billion in military aid for Europe and arms for Ukraine

WASHINGTON — The United States on Thursday unveiled nearly $3 billion in new aid to Ukraine and 18 of its neighbors as Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meets with allies in Germany and Secretary of State Antony Blinken was making an unscheduled visit to Kyiv. Along with a $675 million package …

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Transforming Education by Joyce Banda, Danilo Türk and Jorge Quiroga

At a time when investing in children should be an urgent priority, many governments in developing countries have had to cut their education budgets. A new global compact between these countries and the developed economies that provide donor aid could generate billions of dollars in additional funding for schools. EDINBURGH …

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Launch of the European ANSA/Anti-fake news alliance for news agencies – Lifestyle

(ANSA) – BRUSSELS, SEPTEMBER 7 – A common platform to tell the story of the Europe of the future – this is the mission of the European Newsroom (ENR), which was inaugurated on Tuesday evening in Brussels at the premises of Belga News Agency. The project, funded by the European …

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The HTEC Group acquires Mistral Technologies

HTEC Groupa consulting, software engineering and digital product development company based in San Francisco, California, has acquired Mistral Technologies, a software development company based in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The amount of the transaction was not disclosed. With the acquisition, the HTEC Group will provide an expanded service offering to …

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Black Sea Security Forum 2022: Debates and analysis of the war in Ukraine in Romania

Future battlefields. Adapt and innovate in the context of next generation warfare. A politico-military perspective Photo. New strategy center Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy link Send an email Bucharest hosted the sixth edition of the international conference on September 2 and 3Black Sea and Balkan Security Forum, an event that has …

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Bosnia and Herzegovina expects economic growth of 3.2%

In Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)from 2023 to 2025, the trend of positive economic growth can be expected to continue at average rates of around 3.2% on an annual basis – 3.1% in 2023, 3% in 2024 and 3.4% in 2025. These rates of economic growth in Bosnia and Herzegovina can …

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Analysis: Foreign exchange reserves of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The foreign exchange reserves of Bosnia and Herzegovina as of July 31, 2022 amounted to approximately BAM 16.25 billion, of which the monetary gold reserves of the Central Bank (CB) of Bosnia and Herzegovina currently amount to approximately three tons, or about 2% of total foreign exchange. reservations, they said …

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The Relationship Between Valuations and CEO Composition May Surprise You

Valuations may be starting to fall, but founders need not worry yet. After all, valuations aren’t everything. Over the past two years, the value of private companies has skyrocketed, but that didn’t necessarily mean founders were making more money. In fact, sometimes they earn less. Data from J. Thelander Consulting, …

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The fifth edition of AJB DOC is ready to go

01/09/2022 – The festival, which will take place from September 9 to 13, continues the tradition of broadcasting TV documentaries but also innovates by launching its Industry Days platform A house made of shards by Simon Lereng Wilmont The AJB DOC film festival, organized by the Al Jazeera Balkans television …

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A big Turkish tech event begins in the Black Sea province

SAMSUN, Turkey Teknofest, Türkiye’s first aerospace and technology festival, kicked off in the Black Sea town of Samsun on Tuesday. Organized at Samsun Carsamba Airport by the Turkish Technology Team Foundation (T3 Foundation) and the Ministry of Industry and Technology of Türkiye, the six-day event features activities such as air …

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Iran Approves Cryptocurrency Regulations Raising Fears of Sanctions Evasion

The US ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina said Washington’s commitment to the Balkan state is “enduring” and that it is committed with its European allies to “territorial integrity, sovereignty and security and the multi-ethnic character of Bosnia”. In a recent interview with RFE/RL’s Balkan Service, Ambassador Michael Murphy accused Russia …

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The Log Book: Schneider Names First Ride of Pride Driver

The logbook is a weekly digest of human interest stories related to the transportation industry. This week: Schneider’s driver becomes the first woman to receive a Ride of Pride veteran truck, FedEx celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Purple Eagle program, and WIT releases the latest Diversity Index report. Schneider …

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Banja Luka celebrates the 20th anniversary of its Challenger tour | ATP tour

The ability to watch world-class tennis in a smaller, more intimate setting is one of the fundamental pillars of tennis on the ATP Challenger Tour. Simply put, witnessing a player’s journey as they struggle to establish a career away from big cities and bright lights. This is precisely what makes …

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“Everyone loved each other”: the rise of yugonostalgia | Serbia

On the last day in Belgrade, as the sun was setting, coaches pulled up and drove off in front of the Museum of Yugoslavia, an imposing mid-century building in the Serbian capital. A steady trickle of people emerged, some carrying flowers and a few waving the country’s old flag. They …

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How to spot a Kiwi traveler abroad: Covid edition

123RF Waving flag on masks. Josh Martin is a Kiwi journalist based in London. OPINION: Where have you been hiding, Kiwi friends? Night buses, hostels, lookouts, surf beaches, and must-do activities have been devoid of Antipodean twangs and vowel nibbling for far too long. And now you’ve come out of …

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Chinese firm wins $330m road contract in Republic of Serbia

SARAJEVO, Aug 24 (Reuters) – The Autonomous Serb Republic of Bosnia on Wednesday reached a 650 million Bosnian mark ($330 million) deal with China State Construction Engineering Corp. ltd. (601668.SS) for the construction of a section of motorway linking the region to Serbia. Preparatory works for the 33-kilometre-long Vukosavlje-Brcko section …

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Boycotting Russian scientists is a hollow victory

” What should we to do with our Russian colleagues? asked the senior scientist in the audience. It’s early summer and 100 degrees in Chicago. I was giving a talk at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab), the premier particle physics research center in the United States and my former …

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Luka Popović – Partner at BDK Advokati European Gaming Industry News

Reading time: 2 minutes The 7th edition of the CEEGC Budapest and the CEEG Awards will take place on September 16, 2022 and will host leading operators, service providers and gaming industry experts from across Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkan regions. Find more details here | Register / …

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Edinburgh Art Festival Reviews: Bosno-Futurism | Diana Zwibach | Iain Patterson | Farrukh Addnan & Michele Marcoux

Artwork by Libra’s Iain Patterson Nothing is Guaranteed: Bosnian-Futurism Exhibition *** No call back: Diana Zwibach **** Balance: Iain Patterson **** Displacement ecologies: Farrukh Addnan and Michèle Marcoux **** All at Summerhall, Edinburgh The guiding spirit of Richard Demarco is presiding over this year’s summer art program at Summerhall. It’s …

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Forestry Equipment Market Share, Analysis, Size, Industry Trends, Forecast 2021-2026

Forestry Equipment Market The global forestry equipment market will be driven by the demand for automated processes and the rise of the construction sector during the forecast period 2021-2026 30 NORTH GOULD STREET, WYOMING, USA, Aug. 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Expert Market Research’s new report ‘Global Forestry Equipment Market Share …

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Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina increasingly witness corruption

In the first half of 2022, Transparency International’s Center for the Provision of Free Legal Aid in the Fight against Corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina (TIBiH) handled 154 cases related to reporting corruption and recorded 817 appeals from citizens to the free line for denouncing corruption 0800 55555 . Public …

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MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: EBRD, EFSE, GGF lend $9 million to Bank Lviv to help Ukrainian SMEs adapt to war

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), a multilateral institution, is arranging a loan package of up to 10 million euros ($10 million) for Ukraine’s Bank Lviv to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SME). The loan responds in part to the EBRD’s commitment to invest EUR 1 billion ($1 …

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Why a Serbian film is misunderstood and more relevant than ever

The question arises, of course: was it necessary to have the end of “A Serbian film” to tell this story? While such a story could easily have been told without censorship-ready levels of sexual violence, you’d think the movie wouldn’t have been so powerful. After all, he retains his notoriety. …

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Türkiye and the German Dream

Almost exactly 20 years ago, Kemal Dervis told a group of journalists in Ankara that “in 20 years” Turkey would be one of the two largest European economies along with Federal Germany. Shortly after that remark, however, Dervis’ brief tenure as Türkiye’s “economic miracle worker” in Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit’s …

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Conservatives face another Black Wednesday if they can’t fix the economy

If you want an example of how bad things can get for a Conservative government over the course of a few turbulent days, undermining its reputation for economic stewardship, then here’s a lesson from history. Next month will see the 30th anniversary of Black Wednesday, September 16, 1992, a date …

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‘The Last Socialist Artefact’ Wins At Hearts Of Sarajevo Awards For Its TV Series

Produced in collaboration with Serbia, Slovenia and Finland, Croatian mini-series in six episodes The Last Socialist Artifact had the perfect pedigree to take top honors at the Hearts of Sarajevo Awards for TV Series, a regional award created to celebrate the best small-screen talent from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, …

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Patriotic Productions | Shehr | thenews.com.pk

he media influences our ideas, beliefs and perceptions. Everything we watch on television or in the theater leaves a trace. Audiovisual media are an essential source of information, especially among young people. Cinema and theater have helped many viewers to understand the score, the sense of independence, the feeling of …

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Ukraine estimates significantly higher number of Russian casualties in Crimea explosions

Buyers in Moscow. Russia’s economy has proven more resilient to sanctions than some economists initially expected, but experts are now predicting a slowdown.Credit…Yuri Kochetkov/EPA, via Shutterstock Russia’s economy contracted sharply in the second quarter as the country felt the brunt of the economic fallout from its war in Ukraine, in …

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Atlas Institute for Veterans and Families Board of Directors Expands

The Council has been expanded to increase representation from across Canada as well as to include other perspectives from Veterans and their families Our Board of Directors is made up of dedicated individuals who are committed to providing strength, stability and well-being to Canadian Military and RCMP Veterans and their …

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The future of work: automation, localization, choice

There is no single panacea, whether automation or remote work, to solve the various problems facing the world of work. Instead, companies that make the most of the tools currently on offer and involve their people in all key decisions are likely to thrive. The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated a …

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The Central Bank of BiH celebrates the 25th anniversary of its establishment

Today, August 11, 2022, we celebrate 25 years of successful operations of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CBBH), during which, in complex and difficult circumstances in Europe, the world and in Bosnia and Herzegovina , the country’s monetary stability has been maintained as one of the key factors …

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Deloitte Property Index: Romanians need six annual salaries to buy standard housing

Romania ranks second among European countries with the cheapest accommodation, after Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the Deloitte Real Estate Index 2022conducted in 23 countries and 68 cities. The average price per m² in the country is 1,266 euros, calculated on the basis of data from the main cities and …

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FCA’s new consumer duty is everyone’s duty

Inclusive design is no longer the job of an accessibility team. It’s for everyone. We welcomed the recent release of FCA’s policy statement and guidance last week. And as an inclusive design practice working in financial services, reading the policy guidance excites us. Yes. I say. But stay with …

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Deloitte study: Romania remains among the European states with the cheapest housing

Romania ranks second among European countries with the cheapest housing, after Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to Deloitte Property Index 2022, carried out in 23 countries and 68 cities, with an average price of 1,266 EUR/m², calculated on the database of the main cities and towns of the country. Compared to …

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How Sheikh Youssef Al Shelash Influenced Real Estate Funds in the Middle East

Sheikh Yousef Al Shelash has left his mark in the real estate industry since 1994. “There was a huge business bubbling up, which was real estate funds,” says Al Shelash. His family was one of six who formed the Dar Al Arkan property development company. He is also chairman of …

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Romania remains among the European states with the cheapest accommodation – The Diplomat Bucharest

Romania ranks second among European countries with the cheapest housing, after Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to Deloitte Property Index 2022, carried out in 23 countries and 68 cities, with an average price of 1,266 EUR/m², calculated on the database of the main cities and towns of the country. Compared to …

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Press Ganey Hosts Eighth Annual Community Day, Expanding Program Globally for the First Time with Forsta

SOUTH BEND, Indiana and BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ganey Pressrenowned leader in patient, member, employee and consumer experience across the healthcare ecosystem, held its eighth annual Community Day on August 3. For the first time, the event expanded globally and included employees from Forsta, one of the world’s leading providers of market research …

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Turkey’s defense industry eyes export expansion as government navigates geopolitical scene

ANKARA, Turkey – Turkey’s defense and aerospace sales have increased tenfold over the past two decades as the sector’s export business grew by nearly 1,200 percent, according to data released May 3 by one of the industry‘s umbrella organizations in the country. Sales in 2002 were equivalent to approximately $1 …

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Police Commissioner left war zones for Wiltshire ‘I found out I had a brain’ | United Kingdom | New

He had to choose between returning to Somalia or running for Wiltshire Police Commissioner (Photo: Adam Hughes) After more than three decades in the British Army, Philip Wilkinson has worked in some of the world’s most dangerous countries trying to improve their police, military, security services and counter-terrorism tactics. But …

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Travel: The Joy of Traveling on the Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines Bolette

WHEN I read Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines exciting itinerary on Bolette, a recent addition to their fleet of small ships, and then spoke to the destination team ashore about the exciting excursions along the coast adriatic, I quickly booked. Three beautiful days at sea allowed us to discover the Bolette cruise …

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Far east: five Balkan countries to discover for your next vacation | European holidays

Montenegro With the Adriatic to the south and the mountain ranges to the north, Montenegro is an easy place to combine a beach break with a more active holiday. The beach scene centers on the medieval walled city of Budva, which boasts a 22-mile strip of sandy and pebbly coastline. …

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Is this steelmaker stock stealing right now?

Based in Luxembourg, Luxembourg, ArcelorMittal SA (MT) operates as an integrated steel and mining company in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Africa. The company sells its steel and mining products to automotive, engineering, construction, appliance, energy and machinery customers through a centralized marketing organization and of distributors. MT …

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Defenders are the cornerstone of freedom, of democracy; Accusations will not be tolerated

ZAGREB, 5 August 2022 – Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Friday, on the occasion of Victory Day, that Croatian defenders are the cornerstone of Croatian freedom and democracy and that the government will not tolerate attempts to question the fact that the war for the homeland was just and …

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UPDATE: Air France-KLM August promotional rewards for travel until January 31, 2023 (no more destinations loaded)

Air France-KLM Flying Blue has updated its latest promotional rewards valid for travel until January 31, 2023, which must be booked by August 31, by adding three long-haul destinations. The maximum discount is 50% on the usual number of miles required (although often the discount is capped at 25%). You …

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Kosovo Proptech Rubik with $3.5 million to upgrade real estate

• Kosovo-based proptech startup Rubik has closed a $3.5 million seed round led by Silicon Valley-based Ulu Ventures. • South Central Ventures, AAF Management, ERA’s Remarkable Ventures Fund, Green Egg Ventures and Greg Waldorf, former board member of Trulia and Zillow, also joined the round. • The New York-based real …

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Closure of iconic Bosnian restaurant Grbic, transition to event space | Food and Beverage News | Saint Louis

Andy Paulissen Senada Grbic and Ermin Gribic are excited to start a new chapter. An emblematic restaurant in Saint-Louis is about to undergo a major transformation: Restaurant Grbic (4071 Keokuk St, 314-772-3100), the 30-year-old restaurant that introduced Bosnian cuisine to diners in St. Louis, will close its doors to the …

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Bosnian bank NLB Banka Banja Luka posts lower net profit in first half

SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), August 3 (SeeNews) – NLB Banka Banja Luka [BANJ:VBBB-R-A]Bosnian subsidiary of Slovenian bank Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB), said on Wednesday its net profit fell 15.5% year on year in the first half of 2022, to 18 million marka ($9.4 million/9, 2 million euros). Net interest income …

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Rural Europe mobilizes | Seeds of collaboration

Ed. note: this article first appeared on ARC2020.eu. ARC2020 is a platform for agrifood and rural stakeholders working towards better food, agricultural and rural policies for Europe. “Rural Europe Takes Action – No more business as usual”, a policy guide for rural Europe by ARC2020 and Forum Synergies, launched in …

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Russian ‘trampling’ of nuclear safety in Ukraine risks disaster, says UN

Plus: Georgian helicopter crash, fragmentary Romanian scan, razed Slovak “bio-project”, and more. The big story: Nuclear safety chief warns of Russian violations in Ukraine What happened: All fundamental aspects of nuclear safety have been “trampled upon or violated” during Russia’s occupation of Ukraine. Zaporizhia power plant, the head of the …

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RevoluGROUP Canada Inc. launches RevoluTRANSFER International FX Transfers up to 3 million USD and RevoluPAY Visa Instant Cards

RevoluGROUP Canada Inc. Vancouver, BC, Aug. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RevoluGROUP Canada Inc. (TSX-V: REVO), (Frankfurt: IJA2) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has officially launched RevoluTRANSFER, arguably its most anticipated revenue vertical to date. Leveraging our EU PSD2 banking license, US MSB II, Canadian FINTRAC, passport …

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Caterpillar posts strong second-quarter profit as it raises prices

DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Caterpillar had a strong second quarter and beat most profit expectations as higher machine prices offset rising costs. The manufacturer on Tuesday posted quarterly profit of $1.67 billion, or $3.13. Earnings per share were $3.18 without one-time costs or benefits, 18 cents better than Wall Street …

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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Floods DREF Operation n° MDRBA013 – Final report – Bosnia and Herzegovina

Attachments A. ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATION Description of the disaster On the night of November 5, 2021, 18 municipalities were affected by flash floods caused by intense rains in the center, east and south of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Herzegovina …

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Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez backs European candidacy for Bosnia

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina — Spain’s prime minister on Saturday voiced support for Bosnia’s bid to join the European Union, fearing uncertainty caused by war in Ukraine could fuel instability in the world-torn Balkan nation. ethnic plane that went through a devastating conflict in the 1990s. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez …

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In Brief: Key Features of Bosnia and Herzegovina Merger Control Legislation

Legislation and jurisdiction Relevant legislation and regulators What is the applicable law and who enforces it? In Bosnia and Herzegovina, merger control, as well as other aspects of competition law, is mainly governed by the competition law (the act). The law entered into force on July 27, 2005. It was …

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Vietnamese visas for Indians have increased 24 times from pre-COVID levels

The number of visas issued by Vietnam to Indians has increased 24 times from pre-pandemic levels. Addressing the Outbound Tourism Summit organized by FICCI, H.E. Pham Sanh Chau, Ambassador at the Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, said, “Vietnam issued about 250 visas per day before this pandemic,” adding: …

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Sarajevo’s selection of works in progress includes projects by Stephan Komandarev and Renen Schorr | New

New film projects by Bulgarian filmmaker Stephan Komandarev and Renen Schorr, the former director of the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem, are among the 12 feature films selected for Sarajevo’s CineLink Work In Progress section. The festival also programmed the world premiere of Bosnian director Pjer Zalica …

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40% increase in BiH exports recorded

BiH’s total trade volume with the world in six months amounted to BAM 23.2 billion and is 41.1% higher than the same period last year, said today. in Sarajevo the President of the Chamber of Foreign Trade of BiH, Zdravko Marinkovic. During the presentation of the foreign trade exchange, Marinkovic …

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Bosnia. Former party leader sentenced to 3 years in prison for corruption | app

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — A Bosnian court on Friday sentenced a former senior ruling party official to three years in prison for corruption, according to Bosnian media. Amir Zukic, former general secretary of the ruling Bosnian Party of Democratic Action, or SDA, was found guilty of using party …

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Bosnia: former party leader sentenced to 3 years in prison for corruption

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — A Bosnian court on Friday sentenced a former senior ruling party official to three years in prison for corruption, according to Bosnian media. Amir Zukic, former general secretary of the ruling Bosnian Party of Democratic Action, or SDA, was found guilty of using party …

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The risks associated with hydropower investments in South East Europe are high and growing

According to a new report by CEE Bankwatch, EuroNatur, Riverwatch and WWF Adria, which also highlights nine cases of high-risk projects. Although hundreds of small hydropower plants – very damaging to biodiversity – have been built in the region over the past decade, attempts to build new hydropower plants above …

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Hungarian Foreign Minister discusses EU integration and war with his Bosnian counterpart

The European Union has a historic obligation to strengthen the integration of the Western Balkans, and abandoning this plan would seriously harm Hungary’s security interests, Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said on Wednesday after talks with his Bosnian counterpart. , Bisera Turkovic. Press conference with Turković Szijjártó …

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Increase in the average net salary in the Republika Srpska in June

Image from Shutterstock.com The average net monthly salary in the Republika Srpska increased by 1.8% real year-on-year in June, reaching BAM 1,157 (EUR 592), the Republika Srpska Institute of Statistics (RSIS) announced on Friday. In monthly comparison, the net salary increased by 3.6% in real terms. The average net monthly …

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My Journey and Yours: The Rise of Halal Travel | Salaam Footbridge

Reem El Shafaki reflects on the growth of Muslim-friendly tourism over the past decade. Reem is a partner at DinarStandard (parent company of Salaam Gateway), a growth strategy and execution management firm, which empowers organizations to achieve profitable and responsible global impact. Reem leads DinarStandard’s travel and tourism industry practice …

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Chinese-built bridge set to open to traffic in Croatia

A traveling crane hoists the last piece of the Peljesac Bridge in Croatia on July 28 last year. The bridge opens to traffic on Tuesday, allowing commuters to significantly reduce their travel time. XINHUA The Peljesac Bridge, which will open to traffic on Tuesday, will deepen mutually beneficial relations between …

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Real estate scams rise as Grand Valley homes get more expensive | Company

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95-year-old priest Jannati reinstated as head of powerful Guardian Council – Eurasia Review

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has reappointed Ahmad Jannati, 95, for another six-year term as head of the Guardian Council. If he is still alive by then, he will complete his term when he turns 101. According to Khamenei’s decree, issued on Saturday, two other clerics, Mohammad-Reza Modarresi Yazdi and …

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What’s New – July 24

ARTISTIC FESTIVALS APS Summer Festival Gozitan band Kantera perform today at the University of Malta’s Msida Campus as part of the APS Summer Festival. The event starts at 8:30 p.m. The festival runs until July 31. For more information and tickets, visit www.apsbank.com.mt/aps-summer-festival-2022 and the event’s Facebook page. Kantera Gozitan …

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Damage caused by forest fires in Europe increases by 75%; Models need more development: Chaucer

Damage from major forest fires in Europe has increased dramatically, with a 75% increase in the amount of land burned in the past year, according to analysis by Chaucer, the specialist reinsurer/insurer, which warns that Forest fire risk modeling in Europe lags behind United States and Canada. In 2020, 787,130 …

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Are you looking to protect your real estate portfolio against inflation? Try these 3 tips

As inflation continues to weigh on their portfolios, savvy real estate investors remain on the lookout for investment opportunities immune to its impact. But is there really an inflation-proof real estate investment? There’s no guarantee investing, but let’s take a look at a few things you can do to select …

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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will expand its ever-expanding network

Flights to Kuwait begin October 30 and strengthen Wizz Air Abu Dhabi’s commitment to the Gulf region From October 04, flights to the Maldives will begin, making the dream island paradise more accessible and affordable than ever. The routes will be operated on board Wizz Air Abu Dhabi’s newest Airbus …

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Andrew Dabalen, kingpin of the transformation of the Bretton Woods institution

Once poor, always poor? The title of Andrew Dabalen’s blog post could sum up the CV of the man who became the World Bank‘s chief economist for sub-Saharan Africa on July 1. His job description is as short as it is complex to implement: analyzing pressing problems and structuring the …

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Belgrade Bust: Behind the Serbian Capital’s Parties and Luxurious Condominiums

“Ordinary people’s needs are not being met at all,” said Iva Cukic, co-founder of the Space Ministry’s NGO connecting activists, architects, artists, scholars and residents in initiatives contributing to the “democratic and equitable development” of cities. . “They never talk about the needs of the citizens of the city, except …

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Biado fails in its attempt to retain the gold

CARLO Biado relinquished his men’s 9-ball crown yesterday (Saturday in the USA) after losing an 8-11 decision in the 11th World Games to familiar German hangman Joshua Filler at the Sheraton Birmingham Ballroom in Birmingham, In Alabama. With the match tied at 6, Biado scratched a 2-9 combination, allowing Filler …

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Ukraine pushes back after Hungarian Orban attacks EU sanctions

On July 15, residents of the Ukrainian town of Vinnytsya mourned the death of 23 people killed by a Russian missile strike the previous day, while in the east of the country Russian forces shelled other sites in an attempt to take over more territory. Among the dead at Vinnytsya …

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Russia bans news outlets Bellingcat, The Insider and Czech group as ‘security threats’

Ukrainian authorities reported that Russian missile fire and shelling had killed at least 16 civilians in cities across the country after Kremlin military leaders said they had ordered troops to ‘further intensify’ their actions in all the domains. Live briefing: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine RFE/RL Live briefing gives you all …

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The EU should not lead the reconstruction of Ukraine

Nothing should prevent the global community from stopping Russia’s heinous aggression against Ukraine and providing critical short-term support to keep the Ukrainian government functioning. But planning for Ukraine’s reconstruction must be undertaken, even if the ultimate dimensions and costs are unknown, as the recent Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano, Switzerland …

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Increase in SBU and LML Space Requests in ECO-15 Countries

According to a report by Colliers, an analysis of ECO-15 countries recorded an increase in space demands for small business units (SBUs) and last mile logistics (LMLs), linked to the significant development of the e-commerce. In the coming quarters, experts expect further development of this market segment and increased demand …

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Solar power plants worth 60 million BAM will be installed in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Central Bosnia Canton Economy Minister Nisvet Hrnjic and KSB Prime Minister Tahir Lendo signed today with Admir Andelija, Managing Director of Electroprivreda BiH, concession contracts for two photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 50 MW on mining areas of Gracanica Bugojno Coal Mine. As Andelija said, it is …

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The French military parade on July 14 will pay tribute to Ukraine

Ukrainian forces struck at least three Russian military sites in southern Ukraine as they stepped up their counteroffensive in the region, while Russia continued its shelling of towns and villages east and south of the country. Meanwhile, on the diplomatic front, a breakthrough emerged on July 14 in Istanbul, where …

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President flees crisis-ridden Sri Lanka as anger turns to PM | Government and politics

By KRISHAN FRANCIS and KRUTIKA PATHI – Associated Press COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka’s president fled the country early Wednesday, slipping away just hours before promising to step down under pressure from angry protesters over a devastating economic crisis. But the crowds quickly formed their anger against the …

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EU accepts Croatia as 20th eurozone member

By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union finance ministers formally approved on Tuesday Croatia to become the 20th member of the common euro currency in early 2023, a move hailed as the culmination of an “incredible journey” for a Balkan nation once at war. European Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis …

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SpiderOak Creates New Space Advisory Council, Appoints Highly Decorated Veterans and Industry Experts to Combat Cybersecurity Threats

General Ellen PawlikowskiBefore retiring in 2018, General Pawlikowski was the four-star commander of Air Force Material Command, leading more than 80,000 people and managing $60 billion every year, executing critical warfighter support through cutting-edge research and development technology. With a doctorate in engineering from UC Berkeley, she has served thirty-six …

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Russia temporarily halts gas shipments to Germany for pipeline work, but some fear longer suspension

Ukrainian rescue workers recovered 15 bodies after Russian Uragan rockets hit a five-story building, collapsing the building in the eastern Donetsk region, officials said. More than 20 people could still be trapped in the wreckage, the local branch of the emergency services in the city of Chasiv Yar said on …

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Advancing Digital Entrepreneurship and Financial Inclusion in Côte d’Ivoire

Challenge In Côte d’Ivoire, many individuals and small businesses are financially excluded and access to finance can be difficult. Women are particularly disadvantaged, although mobile money has helped close the gender gap in access to financial services. According to the 2017 Global Findex database, which tracks financial inclusion and access …

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Start of construction works for the SIDRA development project

Construction work on the SIDRA holiday and accommodation complex in Bosnia has officially begun. The project is one of the largest properties in the capital and largest city of Sarajevo. It is developed by Dar Al Arkan, a leading real estate company in Saudi Arabia, to an investment of US$ …

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Balkan activists continue to fight for Europe’s last wild rivers | National Policy

by SABINA NIKSIC – Associated Press SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — It’s taken a decade of court battles and street protests, but Balkan activists fighting to protect some of Europe’s last wild rivers have won an important conservation victory in Bosnia. A new electricity law, adopted on Thursday, prohibits …

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Thousands demonstrate in Bosnia in memory of the Srebrenica massacre

NEZUK, Bosnia and Herzegovina (AP) — Thousands of people joined a peace march Friday through the forests of eastern Bosnia in memory of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, the only recognized genocide in Europe since the Second World War. The 100-kilometre (60-mile) march traces a route taken by men and boys …

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Regulation of sustainability initiatives – need of the hour! – InsuranceNewsNet

Sustainable finance is essentially defined as the lending and investment decisions of asset owners that take into account the ESG impact of an economic activity. Banks can drive change by financing the right projects and empowering businesses, society and people who want to accelerate the green transition. And banks play …

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Hungarian FM: Hungary supports the strengthening of stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hungary will support all measures aimed at strengthening peace, stability and economy in the Western Balkans and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the region, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said after talks with Christian Schmidt, High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Budapest on Thursday. In a joint press conference, Szijjártó said …

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Maltese Coast Line Commodities offers to take control of Bosnian GIKIL

SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), July 7 (SeeNews) – Maltese company Coast Line Commodities Ltd has offered to take control of Bosnian metallurgical coke producer Global Ispat Coking Industry Lukavac (GIKIL) by repaying the debt of one of its shareholders, state-controlled coking plant KHK Lukavac, local media reported. Coast Line Commodities …

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Germany’s neighbors eye gas situation, fearing supply cut – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, thanks to on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. BERLIN As Europe heads into a tough winter, solidarity between countries will once again be tested. Germany, the largest consumer of Russian gas, is also …

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Egypt and Belarus celebrate the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations – City Lights – Life & Style

Minister of Higher Education Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar welcomed by Ambassador of Belarus Sergei L. Terentiev On the occasion of the Independence Day of the Republic of Belarus and the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Belarus and Egypt, the Ambassador of Belarus to Egypt, Sergei L. Terentiev, organized …

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Ukrainian mathematician becomes second woman to receive prestigious Fields Medal

The head of the Donetsk regional military administration has urged civilians to evacuate the eastern Ukrainian city of Sloviansk after an artillery strike hit the central market. Pavlo Kyrylenko said at least two people were killed and seven injured as a result of the July 5 bombardment. He posted a …

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Dar Al Arkan begins to work on the development of the master in Bosnia

Leading Saudi developer Dar Al Arkan has begun work on its first European luxury residential project, Sidra, its exclusive vacation and housing project in Bosnia. Sidra (meaning life among forests), covers an area of ​​500,000 m², making it the largest real estate project in the Balkan nation. Surrounded by 20,000 …

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Dar Al Arkan begins work on Sidra, the largest master development in Bosnia and the Balkans

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Dar Al Arkan, Saudi Arabia’s leading real estate company, is moving ahead with its development projects, Sidra, its exclusive holiday and accommodation project in Bosnia. As Dar Al Arkan’s first European luxury residential project, Sidra promises homeowners the opportunity to own a second home in a haven …

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Analysis: Consumer basket price in Bosnia and Herzegovina hits record high

A consumer basket in Bosnia and Herzegovina costs more than 2,600 BAM. The average net salary is slightly over a thousand. And the prices go up, shall we say, hour by hour. Despite this, the Consumer Protection Ombudsman Institution claims that citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina do not complain about …

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Serbia and Russia and the next Balkan storm

Speak BY DENIS RAJIC AND MARKO ATTILA HOARE Expressing yourself is Log, a place for lively discussion of issues affecting the U.S. Foreign Service and U.S. diplomacy. The opinions expressed are those of the author; their publication here does not imply endorsement by the American Foreign Service Association. Responses are …

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Heliguy wins the Armed Forces Talent Award – heliguy™

Heliguy™ Wins Excellence In Supporting Armed Forces Talent Award; The honor was presented at the CIPD North East of England HR&D Awards; The award recognizes the work Heliguy™ has done to engage with and support the armed forces community; Heliguy™ is an employer of ex-military personnel, including members of the …

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Wallabies v England Game One: How to watch, tickets, teams and more | Latest rugby news

The Wallabies will kick off their international series with a blockbuster three-game series against England. It will start at Perth’s Optus Stadium on July 2 before heading to Brisbane and Sydney as Dave Rennie’s men look to end a recent winless streak against former rivals. Don’t miss! Buy your tickets …

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