Links: Good news from The Hague and Joe Biden goes to Europe

Unqualified good news from The Hague: A United Nations tribunal rejected the appeal of Ratko Mladic, the general who led the mass murder of Bosnians in Srebrenica, including women and children. Mladic wanted his genocide and war crimes conviction overturned. He was instrumental in the continuation of this horrific war, …

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Animal Care Technician – Part-time – No benefits

Position: Animal care technician – Part-time – No benefitdepartment: Animal serviceHourly rate: $ 10.21 per hourOpening date: June 10, 2021Closing Date: June 17, 2021 Responsibilities:An employee in this class performs duties associated with the care of impounded animals. Duties include cleaning the kennel and cattery areas, feeding and moving animals …

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Editorial summary: Alabama | The Wichita Eagle

Daily Decatur. June 6, 2021. Editorial: Ivey’s prison plan fails It’s back to square one for Alabama’s efforts to reform its crumbling prison system. Time was running out last week for Governor Kay Ivey’s plan to have new prisons built by private companies that the state would then lease and …

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NEET 2021: Biology Preparation Tips

Image source: PTI / FILE Here are preparation tips by topic for biology NEET 2021: Biology is the study of living things and their life processes. This is important because it helps us understand how living things work and how they work and interact on many levels. Biology is subdivided …

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The death penalty in California is reconsidered again

California’s evolution towards a cultural mix in the second half of the 20th century posed a lingering question: Can such a complex society achieve the broad social consensus that is a prerequisite for effective governance? The question can be applied to any specific problem that challenged the resolution. Two obvious …

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UN calls on Sudan to speed up peace deal

UNITED NATIONS (PA) – The UN Security Council on Thursday urged the Sudanese government to quickly form a Transitional Legislative Council and to implement security measures and other provisions of the peace accord. October. He said this was necessary for the Sudanese people to have “a peaceful, stable, democratic and …

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Scientists are finally sequencing the entire genome

Scientists say they finally have sequenced the complete human genome. This includes much of the missing 8 percent of the first “draft” of the genome. Two competing starter technologies helped fuel the newly sequenced portions. Twenty-one years ago, researchers announced the first “project” for the sequencing of the entire human …

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where is the logic in that? »MercatorNet

Today’s society has developed a disturbing ambivalence towards suicide – on the one hand, loathing it as a tragedy and calling for preventive measures; on the other hand, to promote it by legalizing euthanasia. Gary Furnell, whose work for a funeral director has exposed him to the frequency of suicides, …

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The 10 scariest creatures in the shared universe

The loved one What we do in the shadows created a cinematic universe that includes the TV series spin-off as well as Wellington Paranormal, based on the Wellington Police Department seen in the original film. Through all of these works there has been a range of disturbing and monstrous creatures. …

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Wednesday June 2, 2021, San Diego Metro Magazine

Visualize the recent explosion in timber prices Visual capitalist Lumber is an important product used in construction and refers to lumber that has been made into beams or planks. Fluctuations in its price, which is typically quoted in USD / 1,000 board feet (bd ft), can significantly affect the housing …

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The Untold Truth About Star Wars Clone Troopers

By the time of the original Star Wars trilogy, the clone trooper program was phased out and replaced by a Stormtrooper army made up of regular soldiers with terrible purpose and questionable combat skills. Considering the accelerated aging of the Clone Troopers, most fans believe the Clones are all dead …

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Local animal homes celebrated at Foothills Animal Shelter

GOLDEN, Colo. (KDVR) – Foothills Animal Shelter celebrates essential service provided by volunteer foster families National Pet Promotion Month. Foster families provide a safe place for homeless animals to prepare for adoption by overcoming fear, expressing their personality, recovering from medical issues or trauma, and opening up space in a …

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She’s a Big Old Flag

Mr. Editor: June 14 is Flag Day, a day dedicated to commemorating the adoption of the American flag. On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress adopted the flag resolution which read: “. . . [T]The flag of the thirteen United States is thirteen bands, alternating red and white, the …

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Yukon Territory horse tests positive for EIA – The horse

On May 24, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) National Reference Laboratory confirmed positive infectious anemia (EIA) results for a horse in Watson Lake, Yukon. The horse owner had requested the test from a licensed veterinarian to meet the requirements prior to entering a facility. In accordance with program policy, …

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Michael Egnor: Stop making killing a form of healing

Recently, neurosurgeon Michael Egnor pleaded with fellow physicians to take a firmer stance on the rapid normalization of murder as a form of ‘cure’ in our society: The medical profession must take a clear stand on this issue: Doctors who kill deliberately – whether by abortion, medically assisted suicide or …

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Buddha’s Legacy and the Second Coming

An unrivaled heritage Six years of unwavering courage, tenacious work and endless spiritual pursuit have transformed a human into a divine figure – Siddhartha became Buddha, an enlightened man. Its opposition to the most popular concepts – the Vedas (especially the Karma Kanda section), soul and God – earned him …

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Ethnic pride or prejudice? | Philstar.com

My column last Thursday was about racism here and around the world. I wrote that racism is not just limited to colorism, but also refers to cultural racism. I immediately received a few comments from some of my readers, two of which I felt were worth sharing with my readers. …

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Partners form non-profit cat rescue organization

Second Chance Cats of West Michigan is renovating a building at 1120 Knapp St. NE, Suite B, in Grand Rapids, which will house a cat shelter. Courtesy of SCCWM Two local women have founded a non-profit cat rescue organization in Grand Rapids that will house and adopt injured, neglected and …

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Health Highlights: May 27, 2021 – Consumer Health News

Thailand tackles wildlife trade to reduce future pandemic risk In an effort to reduce the risk of future pandemics, Thai officials say they are stepping up efforts to reduce the wildlife trade. On Thursday, Natural Resources and Environment Minister Waravut Silpa-archa said the government intends to make Thailand “free from …

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ACT sidelined in euthanasia debate

The national conversation – as long as it was not derailed by Covid – has turned to voluntary assisted dying. And it is a great debate, worthy of the attention of all Australians. Parliaments across the country are voting to legalize euthanasia. The Victorian Parliament adopted legislation in 2017, and …

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Your local MP’s position on the euthanasia vote

Queensland MPs have spoken of the heartbreaking loss of loved ones and the weight of their decision to support or oppose voluntary assistance in dying in the next historic vote in parliament. Labor Ministers Leanne Linard and Meaghan Scanlon shared the pain of the loss of parents, with Ms Scanlon …

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Protests as QLD euthanasia bill rolls out and PM shares pain

Labor and the LNP have pledged to give their MPs a vote of conscience. Ms Palaszczuk said voluntary euthanasia was not a substitute for palliative care, but was about providing an additional end-of-life option, noting that her government had committed an additional $ 171 million for palliative care. “For some …

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QLD Parliament to Debate Euthanasia Laws

The Queensland parliament will vote on legalizing euthanasia for terminally ill patients in September. Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk on Tuesday introduced a bill allowing certain patients to choose voluntary assistance in dying. She says the loss of two close relatives last year influenced her decision to push for a conscience …

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Charleston Church Shooter Makes Appeal Arguments

Man sentenced to death for racist murder of nine members of black South Carolina congregation argues on appeal his conviction and death sentence should be overturned Through Associated press MEG KINNARD May 23, 2021 at 2:35 p.m. • 4 min read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article COLUMBIA, SC …

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NLP backs Queensland euthanasia vote

Queensland Opposition Leader David Crisafulli reiterated his support for a conscience vote on assisted dying. The state could become the fourth to legalize euthanasia, with Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk saying proposed laws to be presented to parliament this week are aimed exclusively at those suffering or dying. Mr Crisafulli says …

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Surgical Results of Hysterectomy Using Traditional Robot Assisted Transvaginal Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery

Goal of the study To assess the safety and feasibility of robot-assisted transluminal endoscopic transvaginal natural orifice hysterectomy (R-vNOTES) compared to traditional vNOTES hysterectomy (T-vNOTES). Design A retrospective review of files. Setting A senior university executive. The patients 114 patients with a benign gynecological indication for a hysterectomy. Interventions T-vNOTES …

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Butcher supports community consultation for euthanasia bill

Glenn Butcher’s MP supported Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk’s community consultation process regarding voluntary assisted dying. On the eve of Hospice Palliative Care Week, the Premier took to social media and said her government is investing in palliative care. “But many who have seen a loved one suffer feel there must …

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Israel ethnically cleanses Gaza

As usual, in order to understand what is happening in the Middle East, we need to go back to the common thread that connects the big questions on the table, from the origins to the present day. The new upsurge in war, which has shaken Israel and the Gaza Strip …

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Growing awareness of early infection detection testing is a key factor in the growth of the sepsis diagnostics market – The Courier

Download a FREE sample The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to positively impact the global sepsis diagnostics market. The blood culture media segment will be the most profitable segment of the global market. The microbiology technologies segment holds the largest market share in terms of revenue generation. The laboratory test types …

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Henry Brownson celebrates his legacy and his fa …

In the spotlight of ACA International members this week, Henry Brownson, trainer at CBE Companies Inc., reflects on his South Korean heritage and how his work at CBE Companies has raised awareness of culture, diversity and inclusion. while Asian / Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM). New employment trends in the …

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Larimer County reminds us rabies season has arrived

There was an outbreak of skunk rabies this year in Larimer County. Photo courtesy of naturephotosbyann.blogspot.com The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (LCDHE) has confirmed that a skunk in Larimer County has tested positive for rabies. It is the first Larimer County animal to test positive for the …

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Leptin increases GABAergic synaptogenesis through Rho guanine exchange factor β-PIX in the development of hippocampal neurons

Leptin strengthens synapses Early malnutrition is associated with neurodevelopmental disorders. Sahin et al. found that leptin – a hormone produced by fat cells that induces feelings of fullness – is essential for the development of inhibitory GABAergic synapses in the brain. In cultured hippocampal neurons from male and female rats, …

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