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Origins of the Columbia Valley: Dusan Grasic

Dusan Grasic was about to move his family to California. His younger brother Jani, living in Incline Village on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, was starting a new sports equipment distribution business. Jani needed help. With an engineering degree in Organizational Computing, Dusan was about to say yes. It …

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Polish Senate opens hearings on confiscated property law

The Polish Senate began deliberations on Wednesday on a highly controversial bill that would prevent the return of property or compensation for people whose property was confiscated by the Polish Communist regime after World War II, including survivors of the ‘Holocaust. The law was passed last month by the Sejm, …

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Want to move on? So lay down with those summer business readings

Breadcrumb Links FP work Financial Time From Robert Maxwell’s mystery to the secret Sackler dynasty, this summer’s business book harvest is certainly not boring Author of the article: Financial Time Andrew Hill Photo by Gigi Suhanic / National Post Photo Illustration Content of the article A round-up of the compelling …

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France says it is difficult to meet EU demands on EDF reform

Do you want to know the European markets? In your inbox before opening, every day. Register here. French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said it would be difficult for the country to accept European Commission demands for a planned reorganization of Electricité de France SA linked to regulatory reform. “It …

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Frederick Douglass’ 4th of July speech still burns his mind

In the wake of America’s 76th birthday, renowned speaker, abolitionist and former slave Frederick Douglass criticized the United States for celebrating political freedom when millions of black Americans were still enslaved. Douglass delivered his “What the slave is on July 4th?” “ speech on July 5, 1852, at the historic …

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Keir Starmer’s job struggles are far from over after Batley Spen

Britain’s opposition Labor Party clung to its northern constituency of Batley and Spen by 323 votes against Boris Johnson’s Tories in a by-election Thursday night. It might not be of much concern without the showdown signaling a potential Waterloo moment for Keir Starmer. A third parliamentary election defeat in as …

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Peruvian oil industry rebounds despite electoral chaos

Even after surviving an extremely difficult 2020, marked by a constitutional crisis, violent protests and the COVID-19 pandemic, there are signs of a worsening ahead for the failed Peruvian oil industry. The Andean country was engulfed in political turmoil as the 2021 presidential elections approached with two controversial candidates reaching …

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Keep Politics Away, Urges CM | Calcutta News

Calcutta: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Wednesday that the fake vaccine episode in Kasba was an “isolated incident” in which “strong action was taken”. “No one will dare to take the steps that we have taken. The state government is monitoring everyone who has received the antibiotic and they …

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Looking for a Scenario to Watch After a Busy June | Sports

June has been a busy month for Illinois basketball. Campus visitors and coaches are back on the road for the first time in over a year. Beatwriter Scot Ritchie analyzes five hiring stories posted for Ilini this month. I wanted a champion Brad Underwood revealed a plethora of what he’s …

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World Health Summit to conclude Kampala agreement on Covid-19

More than 200 global health experts are expected to spend the next three days discussing key issues on the Covid-19 pandemic at the regional meeting of the World Health Summit in Africa. The meeting, which is scheduled to run until June 30, was opened last night (Sunday June 27) by …

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