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Whiter wants to begin “re-engaging” office workers in the coming weeks

Governor Gretchen Whitmer said Monday that he hopes to begin returning workers to office space in the coming weeks, possibly before the April 14 emergency rule expires, which bans office work where it is possible to work from home. Whitmer told WJR’s Paul W. Smith that she would like to start hiring these Michigan workers and companies before mid-April. She …

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Women around the world share lessons learned during the pandemic

Barbara Winston, President of the United Nations Peace Association. Courtesy of Barbara Winston Barbara Winston, president of the UN Women’s Association for Peace, said the pandemic had taught her “we are all connected – in our failures and in our success.” “To come back stronger and better, we need to realize that we need each of us to be of …

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Protesters in Myanmar oppose the curfew; the media ordered their closure

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) – Protesters in Myanmar’s largest city went out on Monday night for their first mass protests in violation of the curfew at 8pm, seeking to show support for about 200 students captured by security forces in a small area of ​​one neighborhood. Students and other civilians had previously taken part in one of the country’s numerous daily …

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US proposes Afghan government to sign interim power-sharing agreement with Taliban

Blinken also suggested that Afghanistan’s neighbors, including Iran, take on a bigger role, and warned that the Biden administration is continuing to reconsider whether to withdraw US troops by the May 1 deadline set by the Trump administration. The letter, sent by US Special Representative for Reconciliation in Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad, offers the first realistic look at the Biden administration’s …

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Turn on the porch lights to honor the victims of COVID-19

CLOSE Governor Gretchen Whitmer travels to a vaccination clinic in Garden City to see first-hand the collaboration and work being done to achieve the governor’s goal of vaccinating 70% of Michiganers who are 16 years old and as fast as possible. Fastest. (Photo: Michigan Governor’s Office) Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Lt. Garlin Gilchrist are asking all Michiganers to turn on …

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A heroic penguin avoids killer whales in a claw-biting video

Penguin: 1. Killer whale: 0. Matt Carsten, 40, and his wife, Anna, 32, have captured harrowing footage of a penguin that escaped from the jaws of several hungry killer whales in Antarctica. Carstens was watching whales aboard a boat in the Gerlash Strait near the tip of Antarctica when they spotted a penguin hurrying to their ship, followed by a …

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Former Brazilian President Lula may run again while lawsuits are pending

RIO DE JANEIRO – On Monday, Brazil’s Supreme Court heard several criminal cases against former President Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, restoring his right to seek the presidency again, in a decision with the potential to reshape Brazil’s political future. Mr da Silva, a fiery left-wing leader who led Brazil from 2003 to 2010, was the first in the 2018 …

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A flock of birds surrounds the car in a breathtaking photo

These are too many birds. A wildlife rescuer has captured a stunning image of a flock of birds that seem to have surrounded his car. According to him, he was just driving when the birds suddenly flew in front of his car. Jamie Kingscott, wildlife support coordinator for Secret World Wildlife Rescue, was about to work when he took the …

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Biden’s outgoing Afghanistan peace plan explains: Hail Mary’s attempt to bring Ghana and Taliban to an agreement

After weeks of sensitive deliberations and closed-door meetings, the Biden administration watched this weekend as two secret Afghan documents leaked to the public – revealing their behind-the-scenes pressure for a peace deal between the Taliban and the Afghan government to facilitate the withdrawal of 20-year-old US troops. war. Until the expiration of these documents, the belief was that the Biden …

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Switzerland forbids Muslims from wearing the niqab or burqa in public

A country widely known for its neutrality, Switzerland has become part of the debate on freedom of religion and expression by banning women from wearing the burqa or niqab in public. By a small margin, Swiss voters chose to ban people from covering their faces entirely on the street, in shops and restaurants, exempting coverage for health and safety reasons, …

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