Russia Labels 2 More Media Outlets ‘Foreign Agents’

Russia’s government on Friday declared two more popular media outlets “foreign agents,” pressing ahead with a crackdown on dissent and freedom of expression. The justice ministry added Rosbalt and Republic to its list of “foreign agents.” Rosbalt.ru is a popular news portal with offices in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, while Republic is a subscription-based website

Netflix values its megahit show Squid Game at $900m

Netflix estimates that its latest megahit, “Squid Game,” will create almost $900 million in value for the company, according to figures seen by Bloomberg, underscoring the windfall that one megahit can generate in the streaming era. Netflix differs from movie studios and TV networks in that it doesn’t generate sales based on specific titles, instead using its catalog and

Australia's Queensland state to open to vaccinated travellers

International passengers at Brisbane airport, Australia (AP file photo) CANBERRA: Australia’s Queensland state announced plans on Monday to open up to vaccinated travellers, ending the status it has enjoyed throughout the pandemic of remaining virtually free of Covid-19. Queensland and Western Australia have been among the states most successful in keeping Covid-19 out, and they

Defaults risks for other developers, PBOC on Evergrande

Aerial photography of “river view house” on the side of the Yangtze River. Yichang, Hubei Province, Oct. 16, 2020. Costfot | Barcroft Media | Getty Images The fallout in China’s property sector is showing no signs of abating, as more developers face the threat of default — even as uncertainty over the fate of heavily

Which bank managers are not allowed to leave?

According to reports EconomyOnline According to Tasnim, the Court of Administrative Justice ruled that the Central Bank’s directive on “the possibility of banning the exit of managers without the right to sign a legal entity” was against the law and beyond its authority. کرد. The decision was announced in a letter to Dejpsand, the former

The registration deadline for the specialized doctoral language exam has been announced

According to Borna; Masoumeh Hosseini, Head of the Assessment and Testing Center of Payame Noor University, said: The 37th specialized doctoral language test (ETPNU) Payam Noor university On Saturday, November 30, 1400 electronically in the centers of Yazd, Kerman, East Azerbaijan, Isfahan, Fars, Khorasan Razavi, Mazandaran, Khuzestan, Tehran, Kurdistan, Hormozgan And Kermanshah will be held.

Sardar Roshandel of the Holy Defense joined his fellow martyrs

According to Fars News Agency, Seyyed Mir Hossein Ghazizadeh Hashemi, the head of the Martyr and Veterans Affairs Foundation, issued a message congratulating the martyred veteran “Haj Hossein Safari” and expressing his condolences and sympathy with Family This martyred veteran asked for Jamil’s patience for the survivors and for the high rank for that high-ranking

The Gruesome Murder of Brenda Sue Schaefer Part 1

The first of two parts in the Brenda Sue Schaefer murder case. Brenda was a modest, hard working woman just looking for the right man to fall in love and enjoy life with. Unfortunately she met Mel Ignato instead. This installment we’re getting Ashcentric with it and talking about who Brenda was, what her first

In the Middle of the Night

In this Dateline classic, after college student Angie Samota was stabbed to death, police had no shortage of suspects; a crucial clue narrowed their list to one name, but it would be years before technology and a tenacious friend came together to help unravel this mystery. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on June

EDITORIAL: China’s pill that kills

OPINION: Calling China America’s antagonist doesn’t do its conduct justice. Antagonists annoy, but China kills, and not only with its careless spread of COVID-19, which has claimed more than 720,000 American lives. The communist-controlled nation is largely responsible for the fentanyl-caused deaths of tens of thousands of Americans. Owing to President Biden’s callous disregard for

Abrolhos scallop fishers hope sustainability tick will boost international sales

Scallop fishers operating at Western Australia’s pristine Abrolhos Islands hope a new sustainability certification for their catches will boost domestic and international sales.   Key points: The Abrolhos Islands scallop fishery has received independent sustainability certification It is the first scallop fishery in Australia to receive the Marine Stewardship Council’s ‘blue tick’ of sustainability Fishers hope the

Name change for AirAsia Group

As AirAsia’s holding company for the airline group has been officially renamed AirAsia Aviation Limited, a move that illustrates the ongoing transformation into a digital travel and lifestyle services group, Bo Lingam, who was formerly president (airlines) for the AirAsia Group, takes over as Group CEO of AirAsia Aviation Limited, overseeing the four airlines (AirAsia

Raiders owner on Gruden emails: ‘We don’t stand for it’

Article content Four days after offering a snarky “no comment” in response to the Jon Gruden email scandal, Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis changed his tune on Sunday. Article content “Listen,” Davis said outside the Raiders’ locker room, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “The Raiders stand for diversity, inclusion and social justice. We

News From Russia: What You Missed Over the Weekend

Fourth Wave Russia on Saturday topped 1,000 deaths in 24 hours for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, with the country’s jab drive at a standstill and few restrictions in place. An official government tally showed 1,002 deaths and 33,208 new infections, setting a high for both fatalities and cases for

Borrell and Blinken consult on Barjami negotiations

Iran complied with all of its commitments under the agreement a year after the US withdrawal from the Security Council, giving European countries that promised to make up for the consequences of Washington’s withdrawal from the agreement a chance to work on that promise. But a year after the US withdrew from Borjam, Tehran announced

Updating the fiber optic line project of Shahid Rajaei Port Service Hall / increasing the security factor of the lines by implementing this plan

According to the Borna news agency in Hormozgan, “Mohammad Rezapour Rajabi” referring to the update of fiber optic lines of Shahid Rajaei port services building at the same time as construction activities said: In the implementation of this project, the latest modern telecommunication equipment has been used to increase safety in the face of hazards

All projects in the country should contribute to the country’s economic leap

The head of the country’s program and budget organization, emphasizing that we must maintain the obtained international markets with strength; He added: “Maintaining international economic markets is more important than entering those markets, and to achieve this, it is necessary to review the organization of the private sector abroad.” According to the government information base,

Famous Dodgers Fans — For The Win!

Gallery Launch Gallery Grand Slam Launch Gallery Gallery Playoff baseball is in full swing! Famous Los Angeles Dodgers fans — such as Cheech Marin, Rob Lowe, Joseph Baena, Nick Jonas and Thomas Rhett — are celebrating their favorite team as they face-off against the Atlanta Braves in Game 2 of the NLCS! Emily Osment, Jenna

The Gruesome Murder of Brenda Sue Schaefer Part 2

For part two of this horrific murder case we dive even deeper into Mels past. We find out what it would actually be like to be married to this spaghetti Eddie, a former lover of his has lots more information than originally thought and of course Ash leaves us on another cliffhanger! See you next

Behind Closed Doors

In this Dateline classic, a terrible crime has occurred in a Florida suburb, which makes little sense to police. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 10, 2013. Source link

Dom shames Dan into action

Dom Perrottet must be exhausted. Not only is he the leader of Australia’s most populous state and a father of six with another on the way, but he’s also the quasi premier of Victoria and prime minister of Australia. Source link

Australian pair survive days without water in remote outback

Australian pair survive days without water in remote outback Published 3 hours ago Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Image source, NT PoliceImage caption, Police said the pair were dehydrated and suffering from exhaustion but were otherwise fine Australian police say it’s a “miracle” a pair survived for several days without water after

Oil prices hit highest levels in years

Oil prices hit their highest level in years on Monday as demand recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, boosted by more custom from power generators turning away from expensive gas and coal to fuel oil and diesel. Shortages of natural gas and coal from Asia to Europe are driving additional demand for oil products in power
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