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Climate ‘tragedy’: Vanuatu to relocate ‘dozens’ of villages

Vanuatu is developing plans to resettle ‘dozens’ of villages over the next two years as they transition rising sea threatthe head of the climate service for the Pacific region told AFP on Thursday. Climate Change Minister Ralph Regenvanu said combating the effects of global warming is a major challenge facing the 300,000 Vanuatu who live

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‘Who cares?’: ‘Teacher’s Favorite Animal’ journalist responds to accusations of bullying his murderous wife

Australian national newspaper chief correspondent Hedley Thomas says “who cares” if Chris Dawson is being bullied in prison after he “brutally murdered” his wife Lynette. “She was completely unaware, almost certainly murdered in her own home, one of the worst victims of domestic violence, and then her memory was tarnished,” Thomas told Sky News Australia.

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Serbia appoints pro-Russian politician as new head of intelligence

The Serbian government on Thursday named a pro-Russian politician as the country’s new head of intelligence. Aleksandar Vulin, who previously served as interior minister of the Balkan state and previously served as defense minister, will become the new director of BIA, Serbia’s intelligence agency, the government said in a statement. In the Serbian leadership, Vulin

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‘Harry and Meghan’ teaser seems to promise royal drama

The first teaser has only about three lines of dialogue. “Harry and Megan” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s long-awaited Netflix project has been rumored – but there’s a lot of tension to kick off a new documentary series. The streaming giant shared on Thursday a look at former high-ranking members of the British royal family.

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Maryland Launches New Veterans, Military Suicide Prevention Program

BALTIMORE — The Maryland Department of Health announced the launch of the Trained Military Assistant Program, an initiative to reduce suicide among Maryland military personnel and veterans, in a statement Thursday. Consisting of 3.5 hours of online learning and over 10 self-paced courses, the TMAP program will be free of charge to primary care staff

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