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First of its kind support for sexually abused men as boys venture into Lanarkshire

Men traumatized by the sexual abuse they suffered as boys come together to support each other after the launch of a new group – the first of its kind in Lanarkshire. Charity Talk Now has recruited a new, highly experienced counselor to facilitate the men’s service following an increase in …

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How to install OpenProject on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS server

Tutorial to install web-based, self-hosted open source project management software known as “OpenProject” on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa using a command terminal. OpenProject allows businesses to have project references, documentation, user manuals, and more, all in one central location, accessible from anywhere to share information with teams. OpenProject is web-based …

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NATO signals support for Ukraine in the face of Russian threat

KYIV, Ukraine – Faced with a construction threat from Russia, the Ukrainian president asked for security guarantees from the NATO chief during a meeting on Thursday and left with a renewed commitment that his country could eventually join the military alliance despite strong objections from its Russian neighbors. While the …

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For the newly appointed CHCO Council, the future of federal work is a priority

Conversations about “the future of work” and what it means for the federal workforce are almost unavoidable. This is the top priority of the Biden administration’s new presidential management program. And it is at the center of the concerns of the human capital directors of the agencies, who have met …

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Uproar after J&K administrator rejected convention citing COVID

Srinagar: A magistrate’s refusal to authorize the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) convention in Srinagar, citing fears of the spread of COVID-19, has sparked a political row in Jammu and Kashmir. Party leader Mehbooba Mufti accused the administration of sabotaging the event. The PDP convention’s denial of authorization came just three …

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Meta is testing live chat support for people blocked on their accounts

Meta (formerly Facebook) is testing live chat support for people, including creators, whose access to their accounts has been blocked. The test, currently available in the United States, focuses on those who cannot access their accounts due to unusual activity or whose accounts have been suspended due to a violation …

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SUNY Faculty Senate condemns Malatras and calls for action

The State University of New York Faculty Senate condemned “workplace harassment” in a statement Tuesday that called on the board to take action against SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras, but no did not ask for his dismissal. Malatras comes under fire for recently published texts mocking a former aide to former …

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Demand Justice launches ad campaign supporting Biden’s candidate that drew GOP backlash

Progressive group Demand Justice launched a six-figure advertising campaign on Monday in support of President BidenJoe Biden: China considers military base on Africa’s Atlantic coast: Biden report orders flags to be hoisted half-length until December 9 to honor Dole Biden traveling to Kansas City to promote PLUS infrastructure packageThe candidate …

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JNU student union screens Babri film despite administrator’s order

The administration of Jawaharlal Nehru University “strongly advised against” the student union on Saturday to organize a screening of Anand Patwardhan’s documentary “Ram Ke Naam” on campus, warning them against “strict disciplinary measures” if they put it forward. The university said the film “may disrupt community harmony.” JNUSU, however, screened …

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Saudi air force bombs Yemen with the help of the United States. This must end | Bernie Sanders and Ro Khanna

The recent break-in of the US embassy in Yemen’s capital Sanaa by rebel forces and the detention of Yemeni embassy employees is the latest escalation in a war that has lasted far too long . It is a war that the United States has supported and in which it remains …

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