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   Netherlands coronavirus cases hit 6,396 in 24 hours  2021/03/13 17:14:50 Al Arabiya (English)
New coronavirus cases in the Netherlands reached their highest level since mid-January, with more than 6,396 cases in 24 hours, data released on Saturday showed.The figures published by the National
   The National on Demand: Johnson & Johnson vaccine approved; Ontario ramps up rollout | March 5, 2021  2021/03/06 03:00:00 CBC News
Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout gets a boost with faster timelines and approval of Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot offering. A CBC News investigation looks at the healthcare inmates receive in Canada’s prisons. Plus, three trans women of colour share how they’re dealing with social isolation during the pandemic.
   Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Joins National Effort to Help Vaccinate Seniors in Underserved Communities  2021/03/04 15:00:00 PR Newswire
BOSTON, March 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts ("Blue Cross") today announced it will join Blue Cross companies across the country, along with members of America's Health Insurance Plans, in helping to vaccinate 2 million seniors living in the most…
   Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Joins National Effort To Vaccinate 2 Million Seniors in 100 Days  2021/03/03 18:39:00 PR Newswire
EAGAN, Minn., March 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of an industry commitment announced at the White House today by America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA), Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota is joining the call to increase the pace…
   Owners of 100 trucks loaded with onions boycott Shasa Market  2021/03/02 12:48:00 FreshPlaza
One hundred trucks, loaded with 4,000 tonnes of onions, have reportedly left Sokoto for other African countries in the aftermath of the recent crisis at Shasa. The Shasa crisis led to the death of 27 onion traders, while 14 trucks were destroyed. However, the National President of Onion Producers and…
   Netherlands coronavirus cases hit 6,396 in 24 hours  2021/03/13 17:14:50 Al Arabiya (English)
New coronavirus cases in the Netherlands reached their highest level since mid-January, with more than 6,396 cases in 24 hours, data released on Saturday showed.The figures published by the National
   The National on Demand: Johnson & Johnson vaccine approved; Ontario ramps up rollout | March 5, 2021  2021/03/06 03:00:00 CBC News
Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout gets a boost with faster timelines and approval of Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot offering. A CBC News investigation looks at the healthcare inmates receive in Canada’s prisons. Plus, three trans women of colour share how they’re dealing with social isolation during the pandemic.
   Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Joins National Effort to Help Vaccinate Seniors in Underserved Communities  2021/03/04 15:00:00 PR Newswire
BOSTON, March 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts ("Blue Cross") today announced it will join Blue Cross companies across the country, along with members of America's Health Insurance Plans, in helping to vaccinate 2 million seniors living in the most…
   Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Joins National Effort To Vaccinate 2 Million Seniors in 100 Days  2021/03/03 18:39:00 PR Newswire
EAGAN, Minn., March 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of an industry commitment announced at the White House today by America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA), Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota is joining the call to increase the pace…
   Owners of 100 trucks loaded with onions boycott Shasa Market  2021/03/02 12:48:00 FreshPlaza
One hundred trucks, loaded with 4,000 tonnes of onions, have reportedly left Sokoto for other African countries in the aftermath of the recent crisis at Shasa. The Shasa crisis led to the death of 27 onion traders, while 14 trucks were destroyed. However, the National President of Onion Producers and…
   Hong Kong Activists Joshua Wong & Agnes Chow Jailed For Defying Beijing  2020/12/02 12:02:20 Zero Hedge
Hong Kong Activists Joshua Wong & Agnes Chow Jailed For Defying Beijing Tyler Durden Wed, 12/02/2020 - 07:02 In the latest act of repression from the Hong Kong government, which recently presided over the expulsion of pro-democracy 'opposition' lawmakers from its Legislative Council, activists Agnes Chow and Joshua Wong have been sentenced to prison time for their roles in the 2019 pro-democracy movement. Wong on Wednesday was sentenced to 13.5 months in jail, while Chow was given 10 months. The former student leaders, along with another activist named Ivan Lam, who also received a short prison sentenced, pleaded guilty last week to charges related to a protest on June 21, 2019, just one of dozens of chaotic street protests/skirmishes between demonstrators and the HK Police. They stood accused of organizing, taking part in and inciting others to participate in an unauthorized assembly. They had faced maximum sentences of five years. Wong also faced other protest-related charges tied to "unauthorized" assemblies in October 2019 and on June 4, 2020, when Hong Kongers gathered to commemorate the victims of the Tiananmen Square massacre, officially known in China as "the June 4th incident".
   Political commentators Jones & Sherson  2020/11/08 22:50:04 Radio New Zealand
Neale, Trish and Kathryn take a look at the make-up of the new cabinet, what the special votes have yielded, National's reshuffle and they examine implications the US election result has for New Zealand. Neale Jones was Chief of Staff to Labour Leader Jacinda Ardern, and prior to that was Chief of Staff to Andrew Little. He is the director of Capital Government Relations. Trish Sherson is from corporate affairs firm Sherson Willis, and a former ACT press secretary.
   Special votes counted in NZ, implications significant for some  2020/11/05 18:02:30 Radio New Zealand
In light of the blistering US election campaign, you could be forgiven for forgetting there are Still undecided seats in New Zealand's Parliament after our election less than three weeks ago. Later today the results of an estimated 480-thousand special ballots are due to be released, about 17 per cent of the country's total vote. These include votes not on the printed electoral role, overseas votes, and ballots cast from an electorate they're not enrolled in… the implications could be significant: The Maori Party's return to Parliament hinges on the 415 vote lead that Rawiri Waititi has over the incumbent Tamati Coffey in Waiariki. And the Whangarei seat remains in the balance, with National's Shane Reti leading Labour's Emily Henderson by a mere 162 votes. There are a six other electorates that were won on election night by fewer than 1000 votes and of course a number of list MPs who may lose or gain with the specials. Joining Nathan Rarere to talk through all the possibilities is Victoria University Political lecturer Bryce Edwards.
   Interior Min. hosts COVID-19 Combat, Prevention HQ’s meeting  2020/11/02 19:30:00 Mehr News Agency English
TEHRAN, Nov. 02 (MNA) – The meeting of National Coronavirus Combat and Prevention Headquarters was held at the venue of Interior Ministry on Monday in the presence of Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani fazli and Health Minister Saeed Namaki.
   National backs Kiwi Trump staffer Chris Liddell for top OECD post, Green Party urges rejection  2020/10/27 02:45:32 Stuff
The Green Party says Chris Liddell should be rejected but National is fully behind his nomination to head the OECD.

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