50 of Afghanistan’s 370 districts have fallen to Taliban since May, UN envoy says

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Fifty of Afghanistan’s 370 districts have fallen to Taliban militants since May, according to the UN’s special envoy on Afghanistan Deborah Lyons, as the United States continues its military withdrawal from the country.

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Litigation Minute: Provisional Remedies in Federal Court: A Minute on Prejudgment Writs

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IN A MINUTE OR LESS Provisional remedies are critical tools for preserving the parties’ status quo until the court has had an opportunity to decide the case and issue a final judgment. Examples include injunctions, restraining orders, attachments, sequestration, and garnishments—most of which can be […]

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K&L Gates Assists GlobalX In Securing ACCC Clearance for D&D Sale

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Sydney – K&L Gates has assisted GlobalX in securing merger clearance from the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) for GlobalX’s proposed sale to Dye & Durham Corporation. Once finalised, GlobalX will be acquired by Dye & Durham for approximately AU$170 million. GlobalX is one of Australia’s most successful technology companies […]

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Seluruh wilayah Jakarta diprediksi hujan pada Kamis siang

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Badan Meteorologi, Klimatologi, dan Geofisika (BMKG) memprediksi hujan akan mengguyur seluruh wilayah DKI Jakarta pada Kamis siang. Mengutip laman resmi BMKG, Kamis dini hari, pihaknya mengeluarkan peringatan dini potensi …

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WFP chief appeals for the world not to look away as families starve in Madagascar

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Country: Madagascar Source: World Food Programme Southern Madagascar is experiencing its worst drought in 40 years with more than 1.14 million people food-insecure. About 14,000 are already in catastrophic conditions and this will double by October.

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130 Countries Promise to Protect and Invest in Health Care Workers

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Members of a Community Health Nursing Team in Roseau, Dominica According to the World Health Organisation at least 115,000 health and care workers globally may have lost their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. Credit: Alison Kentish/IPS By Alison KentishUNITED NATIONS, Jun 23 2021 (IPS) One hundred and thirty countries have […]

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Lighter pavement can cool down warming cities

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When heat waves hit, people start looking for anything that might lower the temperature. One solution is right beneath our feet: pavement. Think about how hot the soles of your shoes can get when you’re walking on dark pavement or asphalt. A hot street isn’t just hot to touch – […]

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Tokyo 2020 organizers to set 50% venue capacity limit for spectators

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Tokyo 2020 announced on Monday that it will allow spectators at the Olympics this year amid the pandemic, setting a 50% cap at venues, up to a maximum of 10,000 people.

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Invasive disease and illness linked to consumption of raw freshwater fish in Southeast Asia

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The consumption of raw freshwater fish, a staple diet for millions of people in many parts of Southeast Asia, is coming under closer scrutiny after the detection of a foodborne hazard in several countries of the region, prompting a warning by food safety experts at the Food and Agriculture Organization […]

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There’s No Place Like Home: Ethical Considerations for Lawyers Continuing to Work Remotely and Use Social Media

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There’s no place like home. Now, more than any time in history, lawyers are working from home, supervising other lawyers who are also working remotely, and weighing options to integrate this change permanently in a post-pandemic world. Lawyers continue advising clients who are also working remotely and supervising others. According to PwC’s U.S. Remote […]

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