FA investigating yellow card shown to Arsenal player amid suspicious betting patterns

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The Football Association is looking into an Arsenal player receiving a yellow card during a Premier League match this season, amid concerns about unusual betting trends. According to reports in the Athletic, bookies contacted the FA after the match about strange betting patterns, and the regulatory body is looking into the claims, but no formal inquiry has been launched at this time.“The FA is aware of the incident in question and is looking into it,” an FA representative stated. Arsenal has been silent about the matter. The Athletic claim to know the identity of the player but have chosen not… Read More “FA investigating yellow card shown to Arsenal player amid suspicious betting patterns”

2022 Monster Energy Supercross: San Diego Recap

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Dating back to 2016, the rider who had won Round 3 of Monster Energy Supercross has gone on to win the 450 title five times. Going further back, 15 times has the Round 3 winner won the title dating back to 2003. Safe to say that San Diego was a high-stakes affair with that in mind. Jason Anderson entered Saturday coming off one of the most dominant outings of his career. Meanwhile, Chrisitan Craig kicked off the 250 West season with back-to-back wins. The pair started out strong this week as well, both qualifying first in their respective classes. Could the daytime speed carry into the night s… Read More “2022 Monster Energy Supercross: San Diego Recap”

Rich countries’ access to foreign nurses during Omicron raises ethical concerns -group

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By Emma Farge GENEVA (Reuters) – The Omicron-fuelled wave of COVID-19 infections has led wealthy countries to intensify their recruitment of nurses from poorer parts of the World, worsening dire staffing shortages in overstretched workforces there, the International Council of Nurses said. Sickness, burnout and staff departures amid surging Omicron cases have driven absentee rates to levels not yet seen during the two-year pandemic, said Howard Catton, CEO of the Geneva-based group that represents 27 million nurses and 130 national organisations. To plug the gap, Western countries have respond… Read More “Rich countries’ access to foreign nurses during Omicron raises ethical concerns -group”

Foreign Secretary’s speech to the Lowy Institute

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I’d like to begin by acknowledging the Traditional Owners of this land – the Gadigal people – and by paying my respects to Elders past and present. It’s great to be back in Sydney and at the Lowy Institute with my friend Marise Payne. As the UK sets out on its future as global Britain, we now have full use of our trade, our defence, our diplomacy, and our development policies, to be able to work with friends and partners across the World. And I see Australia as a real inspiration in that, in it with the work you do to promote free trade, freedom of speech, human rights, and rights for women an… Read More “Foreign Secretary’s speech to the Lowy Institute”

The Packers’ Latest Postseason Loss Was a Total Debacle

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By Michael Rosenberg Even with a great player like Aaron Rodgers, you only get so many chances. Green Bay squandered another one, and it’ll gnaw at the player and his team. View the original article to see embedded media. Let’s all give credit to the 49ers for that utterly atrocious loss by the Packers. After all, it’s not the 49ers’ fault that the Packers put together a complete debacle of a performance. The 49ers certainly made some plays while the Packers totally melted down like a hungry toddler, and the 49ers deserve to move on because oh my God what the hell was that? Some games haunt yo… Read More “The Packers’ Latest Postseason Loss Was a Total Debacle”

Scam HMRC call reports drop by 97%

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Reports of scam HMRC phone calls have fallen by 97% over the last 12 months, latest HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) figures show, which display a downward trend in reports overall throughout the past year. Reports of scammers impersonating HMRC in phone calls peaked at 79,477 in March 2021 and fell to just 2,491 in December 2021. The fall in scam call reports to HMRC has also been seen elsewhere with an 92% drop in phishing email reports and a 97% drop in scam text reports over the last year. These significant results are testament to some of the work of teams across HMRC in tackling these attem… Read More “Scam HMRC call reports drop by 97%”

Number of Turkish jobseekers in Uzbekistan revealed for 2021

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Azer News

By Trend The number of trips of Turkish citizens to Uzbekistan for employment greatly increases in 2021, Turkey’s Employment Agency (ISKUR) told Trend. According to the message, the number of Turkish citizens who visited Uzbekistan through ISKUR increased by 3.3 times compared to 2020 up to 885. A total of 13,171 Turkish citizens traveled abroad via ISKUR in 2021, which is 29.9 percent more compared to 2020. Some 87,681 Turkish citizens were provided with jobs through ISKUR in 2021, 58.7 percent of them are men, 41.3 percent are women. At the same time, 98.9 percent of applicants got a job in … Read More “Number of Turkish jobseekers in Uzbekistan revealed for 2021”

Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri FPNO French Proficiency Programme Admission Form 2021/2022 Academic Session

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The management of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede (NEKEDEPOLY) has commenced the sale of application forms for the French Proficiency programme for the 2021/2022 academic session. Duration: The specified duration(s) of study for the French Language at the Center are as follows: BEGINNER’S FRENCH 1 FEES: N25,000:00TIME SCHEDULE: MONDAY- WEDNESDAY- THURSDAYDURATION: SIX (6) WEEKS BEGINNER’S FRENCH 2 (INTERMEDIATE) FEES: N25,000:00TIME SCHEDULE: MONDAY- WEDNESDAY- THURSDAYDURATION: SIX (6) WEEKS INTENSIVE FRENCH 2 FEES: N40,000:00TIME SCHEDULE: MONDAY – THURSDAY 9:00 A.M – 12 NOON OR 2:00 P.M – 5… Read More “Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri FPNO French Proficiency Programme Admission Form 2021/2022 Academic Session”

September Petco Park Deaths Ruled Suicide & Homicide, Family Disputes Decision

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San Diego police have concluded that Raquel Wilkins died by suicide when she fell from the third deck at Petco Park last September, which also killed her two-year-old son, Denzel Browning-Wilkins. The pair were pronounced dead on the scene on September 25, shortly before the Padres were set to host the Atlanta Braves. Police officials initially said the deaths “appeared to be suspicious” but did not say Wednesday how they reached their conclusion. “The detectives conducted a thorough and comprehensive investigation that included dozens of interviews, reviewing of available video footage, and c… Read More “September Petco Park Deaths Ruled Suicide & Homicide, Family Disputes Decision”

Public needed to curb fake news

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The Bangkok Post

Fake news — either in the form of misinformation or disinformation — has contributed to social and political conflicts, and according to a recent report on by researchers under USAID, it has shaped public opinion in some Asian countries. While critics call on tech companies and governments to solve the problem, increasing digital literacy among the public is the best solution to fake news. The report, entitled “How Information Disorder Affirms Authoritarianism and Destabilizes Democracy”, has shed light on how certain actors are spreading misinformation online. If Thai netizens do not start pa… Read More “Public needed to curb fake news”