DOJ Intervenes in FCA Case Regarding Hospital Alliance with Physicians; 340B drugs are a problem | Healthcare Compliance Association (HCCA)

Medicare Compliance Report 31, no. 14 (April 18, 2022) The Department of Justice (DOJ) said on April 11 that it had intervened in a whistleblower lawsuit against Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare (MLH) in Memphis, Tennessee, and Methodist Healthcare Memphis Hospitals (collectively, Methodist) that was started by the former president of an MLH hospital and a former MLH board member. Methodist ...

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East Timor chooses president in runoff amid political row

DILI, East Timor — Voters in East Timor chose a president in a runoff Tuesday between former independence fighters who blame themselves for years of political paralysis. Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jose Ramos-Horta had a sizable lead in the first round of the election, but failed to top 50% of the vote and avoid the second round. Ramos-Horta won 46.6%, ...

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A liquor law with a catch

It is possible that attempts to elevator restrictions on Minnesota’s Craft Brewers and Distillers may actually happen in the Minnesota Legislature this year. But there is a catch. In return for greater flexibility on selling growlers and other sizes of craft beer, as well as larger bottles of distilled spirits – changes long opposed by the traditional liquor lobby – ...

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Why Activision-Blizzard’s pay rise for QA testers isn’t the win it was hoping for

On April 7, Activision-Blizzard tried to pull off a sleight of hand. he sent a statement that many QA testers were becoming full-time employees and getting pay raises; however, the company has decided not to disclose important information regarding the QA testers that would be included. It wasn’t until hours later that the full truth came out, leading to harsh ...

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Summer 2022: Chicago Loop Alliance announces dates for Sundays on the State with live music, food and road closures

CHICAGO (WLS) — The Chicago Loop Alliance announces the return dates of State Sundays, the award-winning event series that closes parts of State Street in the Loop to vehicular traffic on select Sundays this summer. Sundays on State is free and open to the public and will take place this year with an expanded footprint on State Street from Lake ...

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Caldwell posts 66% revenue gain

April 15, 2022 – Toronto-based Caldwell reported revenue of $39.8 million (CAD) in the second quarter, an increase of 66% from a year ago. Financial results include those of IQTalent Partners (IQTP). “This was another record quarter for Caldwell, delivering the strongest second quarter and first half in Caldwell’s history,” said John Wallace, CEO. “Consolidated revenue for the quarter was ...

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Michelle Reid, chosen as the next Superintendent of Public Schools for Fairfax County, sparks protests

Fairfax County Public Schools has named its next superintendent – ​​but the choice, Michelle Reid, is opposed by the NAACP county chapter, a group of black educators, several parent groups and hundreds of students, including dozens walked out of class Thursday morning to protest Reid and how she was selected. The Fairfax School Board voted 9-3 to confirm Reid as ...

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Russia tests submarine-launched missiles in Sea of ​​Japan

TOKYO— Japan’s government said on Thursday it was closely monitoring Russia’s military activities following reports that it carried out tests of missiles launched by submarines in the Sea of ​​Japan during its latest exercises. military off the coast of Japan after its invasion of Ukraine. The missile tests came a day after the US Navy’s 7th Fleet and the Japan ...

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Automotive Parts Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine Market Size, Share, Growth 2022-2029 | Key Players – Jenfab/Jensen Fabricating Engineers, Inc., Cleaning Technology Group, Alliance Manufacturing

New Jersey, United States,- The global Automotive Ultrasonic Cleaning Machines Market is examined extensively and thoroughly in the report, focusing on the competitive landscape, regional growth, market segmentation, and market dynamics. For the preparation of this in-depth research study, we have used the latest primary and secondary research techniques. The report provides Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Pusher Analysis, Competition Analysis, ...

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Microsoft could make key changes to Windows and Office licensing

Hello and welcome to Protocol Enterprise! Today: why Microsoft might be forced to make key changes to Windows and Office licensing, where C3.ai draws the line on working with military customers, and the chip industry’s wafer-thin margins for error. Twirl up Many cybersecurity incidents can be attributed to poor design, misconfigurations, or poor access controls to SaaS resources. Of the ...

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Arts Ed NJ appoints Wendy Liscow as Executive Director

NEWS | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 04/12/2022 (WARREN, New Jersey) — Arts Ed NJthe state’s voice for arts education, announced April 12 that it had named Wendy Liscow its new executive director, effective July 1. She assumes the position held by Arts co-founder Ed NJ and former chairman of the board, Robert Morrison, who announced this past ...

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Sweden: only 11 individual working days lost due to strikes and lockouts in 2021

The Swedish Mediation Institute, a government agency that arbitrates labor disputes between unions and employers, released a report on February 24 showing that only 11 working days were lost due to strikes in 2021. View from Stockholm City Hall, Stockholm, Sweden [Source: Wikimedia Commons] Lost workdays are a common measure that government statistical agencies use to measure the extent and ...

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200mm Semiconductor Manufacturing Capacity Set to Increase 21% to Ease Supply-Demand Imbalance, SEMI Reports

“Wiper makers will add 25 new 200mm lines over the five-year period to help meet the growing demand for applications such as 5G, automotive and Internet of Things (IoT) devices that rely on devices such as analog, power management and display driver integrated circuits (ICs), MOSFETs, microcontroller units (MCUs) and sensors,” said Ajit ManochaPresident and CEO of SEMI. The SEMI ...

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OpenSSH Bravely Responds to the Quantum Threat | by Duncan Jones | Cambridge Quantum | April 2022

Post-quantum algorithms are now the default choice in OpenSSH 9.0 Photo by Kid Circus on Unsplash OpenSSH has surprised and delighted the cyber world by moving to a hybrid post-quantum scheme in its latest version 9.0. The software now uses a combination of NTRU Prime, alongside the old favorite X25519, to negotiate session keys that protect data during transfer. The ...

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French nationals Pondicherry and Chennai voted for the presidential election in France

French nationals residing in the union territory of Pondicherry (a former French colony) and Chennai cast their ballots in the country’s presidential elections on Sunday. As many as 4,564 French citizens from Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry are eligible to exercise their right to vote in the first round of elections in France, official sources said. Voting began at 8 ...

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Stark County Area HS Box Scores, Friday, April 9 / Schedule TBA

Dave Clegg North Canton Invitational Team Ranking 1, Perry 117.33; 2, Mentor 99; 3, Hoover 96.5; 4, Hoban 90.33; 5, Jackson 86.33; 6, Louisville 80; 7, McKinley 70.5; 8, Massillon 19. Individual results Shot put: Arnold (H) 49-8. Disc: Arnold (H) 130-7. High jump: Smith (L) 5-10. Long jump: Malone (Men) 19-9. Pole vault: Foxx (P) 14-0. 3,200-metre relay: Louisville ...

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New Yorkers can take home cocktails for 3 years – NBC New York

Attention New Yorkers: To-go cocktails are back. Governor Kathy Hochul on Saturday signed New York’s $220 billion one-year budget, which included the return of a popular program instituted at the start of the first wave of coronavirus cases in 2020. Liquor and wine should be available for take-out and delivery for three years, provided the purchase includes a “substantial food ...

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DoS attacks hit Finnish websites during Zelenskyy address • The Register

On Friday, cyberattacks took down Finnish government websites as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed Finnish MPs. Denial of service (DoS) attacks hit the websites of the Finnish defense and foreign ministries around noon local time. About an hour later, the two government agencies tweeted that the websites were operational again. The Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has also Express his ...

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The Christ Cathedral of Salina welcomes Stradivarius for a chamber concert

Later this month, locals will be able to hear a real Stradivarius during a chamber music concert at the Episcopal Church of Christ Cathedral in Salina. The Mid-America Performing Arts Alliance (MAPAA) presents the concert, featuring the 1728 Stradivarius “Artot” at 7 p.m. on April 30 at the church, 138 S. Ninth St. The violin is on loan from the ...

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Inflation hits nonprofits’ services and their ability to raise funds

Last Mile Food Rescue in Cincinnati began purchasing a refrigerated truck in November to transport perishable donations from food retailers to distribution sites. The purchase would alleviate some of the pressure on overwhelmed volunteers, who would have to make three or more trips in their cars to haul as much food as a single truck. But Last Mile is experiencing ...

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Investors urge governments not to abandon climate for energy security

Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance warns of politics Steering group urges end to fossil fuel subsidies Quotes the IPCC report and calls for more renewable energy LONDON, April 8 (Reuters) – Owners of assets managing more than $10.4 trillion have urged governments not to let worries about the security of fossil fuel supply hinder the transition to much-needed greener energy to ...

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Berkshire Hathaway acquires 11.4% stake in HP • The Register

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has taken a double-digit stake in HP Inc.’s PC and printing stock, worth about $4.2 billion, a move that sent a spike the company’s share price by 10%. The purchase, confirmed in an SEC filing by the investment vehicle on April 6, saw about 121 million HP shares pass to the new owner in what can ...

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Tufts medical students celebrate on game day

Fourth-year students at Tufts University School of Medicine found out which residency programs had accepted them last month on Game day. This year’s game day marked the first time the students have been able to celebrate their games together in person since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic two years ago. Match Day, which fell on March 18 this yeartakes ...

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Dallas-Fort Worth is now a “gateway market” » Dallas Innovates

Dallas-Fort Worth is now a “gateway market,” says Hillwood’s Bill Burton, who predicts the region will experience continued industrial growth for many reasons. Population centers, inland ports, airports and seaports are key drivers of industrial growth – and “DFW has three of these four components”. Burton is a Hillwood executive who oversees the vision and strategy of AllianceTexas, which recently ...

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Shippers paid over $114 million in demurrage

LONG BEACH, Calif., April 6, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alliance Dray today released an outlook for April based on activity within its container trucking hub from February to March 2022. Dray Alliance’s findings reflect the impact of continued port disruptions and demurrage charges incurred by shippers with containers sitting in ports. The issue of demurrage has become a financial burden ...

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How to play Mystery at Croft Manor in Fortnite Creative?

fortnite is not afraid to partner with companies to create new and innovative ways to enjoy its content while promoting special announcements. Lara Croft’s mansion has returned in fortnite ahead of a new game announcement shortly after the v20.10 update was released earlier today. The Mystery at Croft Manor is a puzzle level created in the game’s creative mode by ...

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Lia Merminga named director of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Lia Merminga, an internationally renowned physicist and scientist, has been named head of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, effective April 18. Merminga will serve as the seventh director of Fermilab, a 6,800-acre facility headquartered in Batavia, Illinois, which is America’s premier particle physics and accelerator laboratory. Fermilab’s mission is to shed new light on our understanding of the universe, from ...

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A billboard calling for San Francisco’s ‘outdoor drug market’ goes up in Union Square

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — San Francisco Mayor London Breed recently traveled to Europe to introduce tourists to San Francisco. But the trip didn’t go well with a group of Bay Area mothers, who responded with a different narrative to potential visitors: Stay home. The group, called ‘Moms Against Drug Deaths’, spent $25,000 on a new billboard in Union Square that ...

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Senior consultant job at Benefactor Group

The OpportunityThe benefactor group grows. We are looking for a dynamic senior consultant to join our team. You will partner with unique clients enriching our communities in a variety of ways: from creating art to transforming healthcare; from alleviating hunger to developing the power and potential of young people. You will also work and collaborate with smart, collegial, curious and ...

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Electrical Services Market Size, Share and Growth [2022]

Pune, April 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The research report on the Electrical services market provides a top to bottom analysis of crucial aspects such as growth drivers, major challenges and opportunities that will impact industry trends during the forecast period. It offers precisely the information needed, along with advanced analytics, to help develop the best business strategy and determine ...

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Tribute to the Innocent Chukwuemeka Chukwuma: 1966-2021 By Chido Onumah

A year has passed since the passing of Innocent Chukwuma, my friend, brother and comrade. Looks like yesterday I got this devastating response from Professor Chidi Odinkalu saying, “We may have lost Innocent.” I had called in response to a deluge of WhatsApp messages from Chidi, which began with, “Good evening, sir. How are you? Family? Have you heard of ...

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Vote for Orban or a party with a neo-Nazi record? Hungary’s Jews torn apart in Sunday’s election

JTA — Hungary is holding one of the most dramatic general elections in its history, which is why Peter Pretz has given serious thought to how he will vote on April 3. The 64-year-old Jewish dad and father of five from Budapest has finally made up his mind: He’s voting for the Two Tailed Dog Party, which was created in ...

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Build or buy? Automakers chasing Tesla rethink reliance on suppliers

Automakers rushing to develop battery-powered, software-driven vehicles to compete with Tesla face a new challenge: what technology to build themselves and what to keep buying from suppliers. Becoming more vertically integrated by doing more in-house manufacturing represents a major shift for most global automakers, which for decades have relied on suppliers to produce critical parts and software, and manage sprawling ...

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Edward T. Keller Jr | News, Sports, Jobs

Edward T. Keller Jr., 68, of Williamsport, died Thursday, March 31, 2022 at The Gatehouse of Divine Providence Hospital. Born February 6, 1954 in Williamsport, he was the son of the late Edward, Sr. and Helen (Knouse) Keller. Edward was a student in the first graduating class of the new Williamsport Area High School in 1972, ...

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Los Angeles agrees to settle lawsuit over homelessness crisis

LOS ANGELES— Los Angeles leaders announced a lawsuit settlement agreement on Friday that commits the city to sheltering or housing thousands of homeless people within five years, but it’s unclear how far it will expand efforts already underway. The settlement also draws a clear distinction between the responsibilities of the city and those of Los Angeles County, which operates the ...

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Mayor of Fairfield creates youth alliance to develop leadership skills

“The mission is to bring young people representing their city, community, and schools together to work toward the common goal of developing their individual leadership skills to strengthen their communities through volunteer service and increased communication with civic leaders,” he said, referring to the organization’s mission statement. . Due to the size of the group, Rhodus involved Fairfield City Schools. ...

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The CEOs of Aimbridge Hospitality, Visit Orlando and Sonesta International Hotels will share their views on the state of the hospitality industry at Cvent CONNECT April 11-14

TYSONS, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cvent, a leading meeting, event and hospitality technology provider, has expanded the roster of keynote speakers for its annual Cvent CONNECT event technology conference. Michael J. Deitemeyer, Chairman and CEO of Aimbridge Hospitality; Casandra Matej, President and CEO of Visit Orlando; and John Murray, President and CEO of Sonesta International Hotels Corporation, will participate in a panel discussion ...

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Live news: China’s interests ‘not well served’ by aligning with Russia, says GCHQ

China’s global interests are “not well served” by aligning itself with Russia, the head of Britain’s intelligence, cybersecurity and security agency has said, as it would “constrain” the country’s global role and would undermine its stated beliefs in territorial integrity and its longstanding claim to Taiwan. Jeremy Fleming, who heads Britain’s signals intelligence agency GCHQ, said: “We know that Presidents ...

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Autonomous Vehicles Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States,- the Autonomous vehicle market report always aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the overall market. In order to secure the finances of the industry, it aims to provide some independent facts. Moreover, it provides data on market shares, market tactics, growth factors and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the small and large business ...

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Collaborative surveillance team detects SARS-CoV-2 virus in Saskatchewan white-tailed deer – archyde

The team, whose members are from the University of Saskatchewan (USask), Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment and the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative (CWHC), has found positive results in viral RNA swabs taken from four white-tailed deer harvested in 2021. The National Center for Foreign Animal Diseases (NCFAD) confirmed the results, which represent 2% of ...

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Pride Alliance Center hosts events centered on self-discovery and expression

Through the Find My Community Event, Find My Style Event, and Find My Home Away From Home Event, the University of Iowa Pride Alliance Center celebrated Pride Week last week by promoting the discovery of self. Lillie Hawker University of Iowa Pride Alliance Center Coordinator Emma Welch takes a video of purse supplies while preparing for the Find My Style ...

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Laboratory Peristaltic Pumps Market Overview, High Growth Opportunities, Segmentation, Trends by 2022-2028

The Global Laboratory Peristaltic Pumps Market The report emphasizes on a detailed understanding of some crucial factors such as size, share, sales, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry, and CAGR to provide a comprehensive perspective of the overall market. Further, the report also highlights challenges impeding market growth and expansion strategies utilized by leading companies in the “Laboratory Peristaltic Pumps ...

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Legal Software Market Size and Analysis by 2022-2029 – AbacusNext, WealthCounsel, Pioneer Technology Group, LOGICBit Software, MyCase, Tyler Technologies, Relativity, Smokeball, Alliance Renewable Technologies, Logikcull, Zapproved, Everlaw, Matteroom, Nextpoint, LexisNexis , Exterro

the Legal software The market is globally one of the leading markets involving the development of innovative techniques and an extremely categorized sector. After an in-depth investigation conducted on the Legal Software market industries, the market report provides detailed information, based on the export and import related data along with current industry trends in the market global. The report deeply ...

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Nearly half of Singaporeans have been harmed online but done nothing: survey

SINGAPORE – Almost half of Singaporeans have personally experienced harm online, most of whom were between the ages of 15 and 35, a survey has found. Online harms include online harassment and cyberbullying, and befriending people who have used false identities. But around 43% of the more than 1,000 people surveyed said they had not taken action against online harm ...

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Braga celebrates the Portuguese-British alliance

Commemorations marking the oldest diplomatic alliance have a wide range of initiatives underway in Portugal and the UK The program for the celebrations of the 650th anniversary of the Luso-British Alliance was presented in Braga by Ricardo Rio, Mayor of the municipality, who was accompanied by Katharine Felton, Political Counselor at the British Embassy in Lisbon and Maria João Rodrigues ...

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DREAMS OF NEW YORK’S OLDEST STREETS

The Alliance for Downtown New York (Jessica Lappin, President), in association with En Garde Arts, presents Downtown Stories: Dreams from New York´s Oldest Streets. Lace up your walking shoes with Downtown Stories, a series of plays by some of New York’s most inventive artists as they embark on uncovering the stories embodied by the people who live and work in ...

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What to do in Stark County this weekend?

New Patina Art Center exhibition Artist Perris Mackey, also known as p_ThaNerd, will be featured at the Patina Arts Center beginning Friday. “The Pieces That Fit” exhibit opens from 5-9 p.m. at the gallery at 324 Cleveland Ave. NW to downtown Guangzhou. The Cleveland-based collage artist creates intricate works from “upcycled” materials, primarily using comic books, as well as newspapers ...

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NATO members pledge to support Ukraine against possible chemical attacks

STUTTGART, Germany — NATO members plan to approve additional support for Ukraine in defending that country against Russian invasion, including equipment to counter a possible chemical or biological attack. This support is crucial to protect member countries of the alliance, which would also suffer from contamination if Russia used a chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) weapon against Ukraine, Secretary ...

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Alcoholic Beverages Market Consumption Analysis, Business Overview & Upcoming Trends | Carlsberg A/S, Suntory Holdings Ltd., Constellation Brands Inc., Brown-Forman Corporation, Craft Brew Alliance Inc., etc.

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John Cullen, 71 – Oak Park

John Francis Cullen 71, of Oak Park, died peacefully on January 31, 2022. Born December 24, 1950, to Frank Cullen and Patricia Hewitt Cullen in Chicago, he was a graduate of Ascension School in Oak Park (Class of ’64 ), St. Ignatius High School (Class of 1968) and attended Loyola University. He was employed at the University of Illinois at ...

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Russia-Ukraine War News: Live Updates

LONDON — The European Union is set to approve a sweeping new defense policy that would allow the bloc to deploy up to 5,000 troops in a crisis. “The current hostile environment requires a leap forward,” EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Twitter, citing the conflict in Ukraine. The ‘Strategic Compass’ policy will strengthen the EU’s security and ...

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The University of Toledo introduces a new Gender Inclusive Practices Policy

A new policy would give everyone on campus the option to use their chosen name instead of their legal name. TOLEDO, Ohio — The University of Toledo seeks to be more inclusive. A new policy would give people on campus the option to use whatever name they chose. The Gender Inclusive Practices Policy would essentially require all members of the ...

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Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister Says Canadian Armed Forces Need to Be Better Equipped

The Canadian Armed Forces should be better equipped to face new challenges in light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly said Friday. Speaking at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, Joly said there were new challenges on the world stage after Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to wage war ...

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Understaffing leaves after-school programs with unmet demand

Returning to classrooms for schoolchildren across the country has not meant a return to work for many of their parents who, with workdays lasting longer than schooldays, find after-school programs crucial are rare. School providers cite difficulties hiring and retaining staff as the main reasons they haven’t fully rebounded from pandemic closures and they say they’re as frustrated as the ...

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Robertson Kitchen & Bath Child of Character: Brayden Monnette, Marlington

NAME – Brayden Monnette THE SCHOOL – Marlington High School RESIDENCE – Alliance AGE – 12 PARENT – Jason and Kristina Monette BROTHER AND SISTER – Kaylyn Monnette SCHOOL ACTIVITIES – Football and basketball for Marlington. NOMINATION – “Brayden is a student ready to learn every day. He is prepared, involved and willing to help others. Brayden is a leader ...

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Hills gives health another shot

Written by Kate McDonald on March 18, 2022. It was a little surprising this week to see that Hills Ltd, formerly famous for winches and a player for some time in nurse call, patient infotainment and IT security solutions, had taken a majority stake in Extensia, the small Brisbane company that developed the RecordPoint shared care record. We haven’t left ...

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Free speech issues on campus are rooted in culture – Pasadena Star News

We have all heard stories of university administrators suppressing free speech. But free expression suffers even without these enablers, and that should worry us. In a recent New York Times op-ed, Emma Camp, a senior at the University of Virginia, made a strong defense of free speech by describing her own practice of self-censorship on campus. In doing so, she ...

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The anti-Putin geopolitical alliance will struggle to expand its reach

Day by day, the coalition against Vladimir Putin conducts a high-speed experiment to build and deploy a toolkit of trade and economic measures against a belligerent state. On Tuesday, the EU, whose speed and unity continues to drastically exceed expectations, tightened its sanctions to include restrictions on dealings with Russian state-owned companies and bans on the export of luxury goods ...

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HelpSystems Launches Channel Program – Channel Asia

Credit: Photo 217196026 © Transversospinales | Dreamstime.com Cybersecurity and automation software provider HelpSystems has launched a new global partner program, tapping into the channel ecosystem with five distinct pathways. The new program – which comes to replace the previous one due to scale constraints – has separate streams, each with its targeted benefits. These include Referral Partners, Value Added Resellers ...

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Student design competition winners make community relief packages

The Paperboard Packaging Alliance (PPA) has announced the winners of the 2021 Student Design Challenge, an annual competition that fosters awareness and appreciation of paperboard packaging among the next generation of packaging design decision makers. Design teams across the country have created sustainable cardboard packaging solutions for community relief organizations. “Teams of students and educators have worked together on innovative ...

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The Honorary College hosts a discussion: “The War in Ukraine: The Future of Europe and the Transatlantic Alliance” on Wednesday

Twitter Join us on Wednesday March 16 for HC Pulse: Ukraine, Part Two. As Ukraine continues to experience intense conflict and an emerging humanitarian crisis, the United States and the European Union have responded with remarkable resolve and unity. Already, the Russian invasion appears to be acting as a critical moment of change for Europeans and for ...

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Join an SBS Small Business Mentor Group Session with Harlem Business Alliance (HBA)

Join us for an upcoming Small Business Mentors NYC Mastermind group session! Become a Harlem Insider – Register for our Newsletter! NYC Small Business Mentors is a mentorship program provided by the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) for storefront business owners looking to recover and grow their business. The program, introduced by the New York City ...

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Six companies form strategic alliance to develop Japan’s first methanol-fueled domestic tanker

Mitsui OSK Lines, Ltd., MOL Coastal Shipping, Ltd., Tabuchi Kaiun Co., Ltd., Niihama Kaiun Co., Ltd., Murakami Hide Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. and The Hanshin Diesel Works, Ltd. agreed to form a strategic alliance aimed at reducing environmental impact through the development of a domestic methanol fueled tanker. The vessel development project, which aims to deliver the vessel in 2024, has ...

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Brent Renaud, American journalist, shot dead in Ukraine

Under the Geneva Conventions, journalists working in conflict zones are considered civilians, which means that targeted attacks against them constitute war crimes. Earlier this month, a team of reporters from Britain’s Sky News were ambushed by a suspected Russian ambush despite repeatedly identifying themselves. Correspondent Stuart Ramsey was shot and injured and the crew was later evacuated to the UK. ...

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Cryptocurrency ATMs are illegal right now in the UK The Register

All cryptocurrency ATMs are operating illegally in the UK and must be closed now, the country’s Financial Conduct Authority said in an alert on Friday. Terminals accepting or dispensing cryptocurrencies in the country must be registered with the watchdog to ensure they comply with Blighty’s Money Laundering Regulations (MLRs), which came into effect for digital assets in 2020. The problem ...

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Job: Compliance Officer at Heartland Alliance

Heartland Alliance International in Nigeria works at the intersection of health and human rights, to provide HIV prevention and human rights protection services to most-at-risk populations (MARPs), raising awareness and creating grassroots support organizations in the country. Heartland Alliance International’s work in Nigeria draws on regional experts… Learn more about this company Core Duties and Responsibilities Under the supervision of ...

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Ukraine alleges Russia plotting ‘terrorist’ incident at Chernobyl in latest nuclear risk statement

Ukraine’s Defense Ministry has alleged that Russia is planning to carry out some sort of terrorist attack on the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, which is now under the control of Russian forces. This is the latest in a series of claims by Ukrainian authorities regarding risks to Ukraine’s nuclear infrastructure due to the Russian invasion, none of which have materialized. ...

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Intuit QuickBooks Canada and Ledgers Canada work together to provide cloud accounting services to small businesses

Gary Drysdale is Director of Sales at Intuit Canada, where he leads the Canadian sales organization for the Small Business and Self-Employed group, as well as sales supporting the ProConnect group. Drysdale is also responsible for supporting the Canada Field, Services, Service Delivery and Inside Sales teams. Intuit Canada, makers of QuickBooks, Canada’s leading financial management software, and Ledgers Canada, ...

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South Korea’s president-elect wants a tougher stance on North Korea

Seoul, South Korea – South Korean President-elect Yoon Suk Yeol said on Thursday he would cement an alliance with the United States, build a strong military and stand firm against North Korean provocations, hours after winning the country’s hard-fought election. to become its next leader. Yoon, whose single five-year term is due to begin in May, said during his campaign ...

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Birmingham Ultimate Disc Alliance presents the NEW women’s league

Get ready for the new neighborhood league: the Birmingham Ultimate Women’s League. (Birmingham Ultimate Disc Alliance/Facebook) Looking for a community activity to get involved in this spring that helps you get moving and connects you with new friends? Birmingham Ultimate Disc Alliance has officially introduced a new all-female league to their lineup. We got the scoop on why they started ...

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Amazon acquires business management company Veeqo

Amazon acquired Veeqo, an e-commerce software company that makes tools to help online businesses sell products on and off Amazon, in November, but did not go public with the deal, according to a CNBC report. Monday March 7. Veeqo announced the deal in a company blog post in November, but the news escaped most media outlets at the time. One ...

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The Annotated Table of Contents and Biographies for Women Writers Week 2022 | Chaz’s Diary

Book excerpt: When women invented television NANDINI BALIAL Born and raised in New Delhi, India, Nandini immigrated to Texas with her family in 2000. While studying at New York University, she interned for New York One, BBC America and the International Emmys. After earning a degree in film studies in 2014, Nandini misguidedly moved to Los Angeles to work in ...

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Secretary Antony J. Blinken and Estonian Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets after their meeting

THE MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LIIMETS: Dear Secretary Blinken, dear Tony, it is truly an honor for me to welcome you to Tallinn today. We just met in Washington, DC, on February 16, just on the eve of this unwarranted war that we’re seeing right now, the Russian-initiated war in Ukraine, which of course has changed the security dialogue here ...

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Free parking for East Devon bigwigs continues

Just the ticket for East Devon Aldermen “Beautiful gesture” for the service of the aldermen Former Distinguished Councilors should be able to keep their free parking, an East Devon District Council (EDDC) committee has concluded. This is despite a controversial council decision to double its parking fees from April in all of its 21 beachfront car parks and by 50% ...

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Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) News: March 07, 2022

by Joe Panettieri • March 7, 2022 Every business day, MSSP Alert delivers a quick list of news, analysis, and discussion from across the managed security service provider ecosystem. The contents: Written for MSSPs, SOC as a Service (SOCaaS), Managed Detection and Response (MDR), eXtended Detection and Response (XDR), Threat Hunters and MSP Security Vendors – and those who need ...

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UP Assembly Election 2022 Phase 7 Turnout Live Updates, UP Election 2022 Phase 7 Vote Percentage Live, UP Chunav News, Vote Percentage Today

BJP supporters attend Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election campaign meeting in Varanasi (Express photo by Vishal Srivastava) Apart from State Tourism Minister Neelkanth Tiwari (Varanasi South), other ministers competing in the final stage are Anil Rajbhar (Shivpur-Varanasi), Ravindra Jaiswal (Varanasi North), Girish Yadav (Jaunpur) and Ramashankar Singh Patel (Marihan-Mirzapur) . Dara Singh Chauhan, who had resigned from the Yogi Adityanath ...

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Australian women’s alliance wants more government action on #MeToo

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 09: Brittany Higgins, a former Liberal Party staffer, greets guests after her address to the media at the National Press Club on February 09, 2022 in Canberra, Australia. 2021 Australian of the Year Grace Tame and Brittany Higgins, advocates for sexual assault survivors, attended the National Press Club together. Prime Minister Scott Morrison apologized directly to ...

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Tri-Town News Agenda, March 9

• The historic village Allentown will host its first Daffodil Days Festival from March 26 to April 3. The festival includes family events held among 3,000 daffodils.A parade at noon on March 26 will kick off more than 30 activities (including several free ones) and shop specials. Master gardeners will answer questions and guests can meet Revolutionary War heroine Molly ...

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Deep tech: Three mind-blowing start-ups to watch as Europe aims to double down on its unicorns

Europe’s deep tech sector is in its heyday and accounts for a quarter of the bloc’s start-up ecosystem. Deep technology is the umbrella term that covers all technologies based on tangible technical innovation or scientific advancements. It includes technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, quantum computing, and blockchain. Europe seeks to strengthen companies in the sector to be competitive on ...

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How this drug can help prevent an overdose death

Harm reduction and awareness groups are working to educate Texans on how they can save lives. AUSTIN, Texas — The Austin Police Department released information on Friday about a series of overdoses that occurred overnight in downtown Austin. “We’re definitely seeing a lot more overdoses. And it’s a fentanyl crisis right now,” said Sgt. Tracy Gerrish of the ODA Homicide ...

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NATO rejects Ukraine no-fly zone, disgruntled Zelenskiy says it means more bombing

A no-fly zone would drag us into war, says NATO Ukrainian president says NATO has given green light to bombings EU considers more sanctions against Russia, including at IMF NATO warns that the worst is yet to come in Russia’s war on Ukraine BRUSSELS, March 4 (Reuters) – NATO on Friday rejected Ukraine’s pleas to help protect its skies from ...

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Ben Crump, civil rights lawyers, file complaint at UN for African refugees

An alliance of prominent civil rights lawyers from around the world announced on Wednesday that it would file a complaint with the United Nations on behalf of black refugees who faced discrimination as they tried to flee Ukraine. The group includes Ben Crump, the civil rights attorney for the families of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery; attorney Jasmine Rand, who ...

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CUNA Strategic Services Selects Venminder as Third-Party Risk Management Alliance Provider | 2022-03-03

CUNA Strategic Services (CSS) has selected Venminder, a recognized leader in third-party risk management solutions, as its new alliance vendor. The collaboration provides credit unions with an approved, best-in-class solution that can guide the creation of consistent end-to-end third-party risk management processes. “We are thrilled to have Venminder as our new strategic alliances provider,” said Barb Lowman, president of CUNA ...

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Complaints from Japanese workers escalate at US bases during COVID-19 pandemic, says union chief

Workplace disputes involving Japanese employees at US military bases in Japan are protracted due to understaffing and people working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, Japan Garrison Forces Union president says , Satohiro Konya. (Pixabay) TOKYO — Workplace disputes involving Japanese employees at U.S. military bases in Japan are protracted due to staffing shortages and people working from home during ...

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East Cobb Alliance will hold public meetings against the city

The East Cobb Alliance sports a new logo for the upcoming city referendum. The East Cobb Alliance, which opposes the May 24 referendum in East Cobb Cityhood, is holding what it calls “show and tell” sessions for the public on Saturday. It’s two days before the Committee for East Cobb Cityhood, which is behind the town’s referendum and campaign, will ...

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UNF faces backlash after posting Black History Month quiz that some found offensive

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – The group of UNF students protesting Tuesday on campus may have been small, but their message was big. They are upset because they said the administration failed to take appropriate action after a school group posted a question on Instagram for Black History Month that some students found offensive. According to the Spinnaker, the UNF student-run news ...

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Italy takes a risk by joining sanctions against Russia over Ukraine

ROCCA DI MEZZO, Italy — As Italian skiers brushed snow off their boots and warmed up in the lobby of his lodge in the Apennines, the hotel owner worried about the impact of European sanctions against Russia on his already astronomical heating bills. “There will be major downsides for Italy,” owner Roberto Minafra said as his guests checked the latest ...

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Global DTPA Chelating Agents Market 2021 Driving Factors – Dow, IRO Group, New Alliance Dye Chem, Quadra – business ethics

A report on Global DTPA-based chelating agents market from 2021 to 2027 was distributed by MarketQuest.biz. It contains valuable data, for example, market development openings, difficulties, and restrictions, as well as the assessment of market size and gauges for each of the shards held for the degree. The concentrate also incorporates information at the national/provincial level to help determine which ...

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Anuta Networks automates the first Cloud-Native and Open-RAN compatible 5G mobile network in North America

MILPITAS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Anuta Networks, a leading provider of network automation solutions, today announced that a new North American mobile network operator has selected its Closed-Loop Automation Platform (ATOM ) to accelerate the first self-contained (SA) 5G deployment built from the ground up with Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) as a service. The scale is vast, spanning 50,000 sites nationwide, spanning ...

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Nearly three years later, many recommendations from the BU LGBTQIA+ task force report still need to be implemented – The Daily Free Press

An LGBTQ flag hangs on the wall of a Boston University student. A Boston University task force released a report in 2018 with recommendations to make the University safer for its LGBTQ faculty and business. Three years later, several of the recommendations have still not been implemented. LIBBY MCCLELLAND/DFP STAFF In 2019, a Boston University task force released a report ...

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European Union closes airspace to Russia, including oligarchs’ private jets

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said on Sunday that Turkey had decided that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was a “war”. “Is it a conflict or a war? We decided that. Article 19 of the Montreux Convention is very clear. It’s a war,” he said in a live interview with CNN Turk. Turkey’s recognition is important for the application of the ...

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NASCAR driver Brennan Poole to compete for Mike Harmon Racing amid personal tragedy

This weekend, the NASCAR paddock visits the Auto Club Speedway in California. On the Xfinity side, the Mike Harmon Racing team recruited Brennan Poole. As it happens, Poole hasn’t stepped into an Xfinity machine since 2017 with former Chip Ganassi Racing. Of course, his participation is not guaranteed as he must qualify for the Production Alliance Group 300 in car ...

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DraftKings Xfinity NASCAR DFS – Production Alliance 300 – February 26, 2022 – FantasyCruncher.com DFS Articles & Insights

Basic games Cole Custer – $9,800 – 2nd and up After holding no races in 2021 for Covid-related reasons, the Nascar circuit is returning to Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. The Auto Club is a 2-mile track that drivers would describe as a “driver’s track” and one of the fastest in the program. Since we took 2020, the experience ...

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Reviews | A world moving towards autocracy

For the editor: David Brooks notes that our founders “had no illusions about the depravity of human beings”. Realizing this and fearing ambitious demagogues, they built a democracy with checks and balances. Now, Mr. Brooks sees the threat to liberalism and the destruction of democracy taking place not only in the world but in our own country. He asks, “What ...

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China is Russia’s best hope for blunting sanctions, but beware

BEIJING (AP) — China is the only friend that could help Russia soften the impact of economic sanctions on its invasion of Ukraine, but President Xi Jinping’s government is giving no sign it might be ready to. risking its own access to US and European markets doing too much. Even if Beijing wanted to, its ability to support President Vladimir ...

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WoW’s Interfaction Raid Is A Big Step Taken Too Late

Editor’s note: A lawsuit has been filed against Activision Blizzard by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, which alleges the company engaged in abuse, discrimination, and reprisals against its employees. Activision Blizzard has denied the allegations. Full details of the Activision Blizzard lawsuit (content warning: rape, suicide, abuse, harassment) are being updated as new information becomes available. The ...

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Biden vows to make Putin an ‘outcast’ after Ukraine invasion

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden vowed Thursday to turn Russian President Vladimir Putin into “a pariah” on the world stage in retaliation for Russia’s predawn invasion of Ukraine. Speaking just hours after Russia launched a full-scale military attack on its Democratic neighbor, Biden announced a new round of sanctions he said would hurt Russia for starting a war “without provocation.” ...

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CHIPS Alliance Forms F4PGA Working Group to Accelerate Adoption of Open Source FPGA Tools

SAN FRANCISCO, February 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — CHIPS Alliance, the leading consortium advancing common and open source hardware for interfaces, processors and systems, today established the FOSS Flow For FPGA (F4PGA) Working Group to pilot open source tools source, intellectual property and research efforts for FPGAs. FPGA vendors such as Xilinx (now part of AMD) and QuickLogic, industrial FPGA users ...

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Nicaragua condemns 7 other opposition leaders for “conspiracy”

MEXICO — Nicaraguan judges on Wednesday convicted seven opposition leaders, including former high-profile Sandinistas and three former presidential candidates, of “conspiracy to undermine national integrity”. A spokesman for the opposition coalition Civic Alliance said the seven included Félix Maradiaga, Juan Sebastián Chamorro and the Central American country’s former ambassador to the United States, Arturo Cruz Sequeira. All three had planned ...

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82nd Airborne troops stand ready to help evacuees from Ukraine, but few Americans have crossed the border as the Russian invasion begins

Paratroopers assigned to B Troop, 5-73 Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division train alongside Polish troops assigned to the 21st Rifle Brigade as part of a combined training event Feb. 2022, in Nowa Deba, Poland. The training event allowed Allies to familiarize themselves with each other’s equipment, capabilities and tactics to improve readiness and strengthen NATO forces. ...

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