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But as Mr. Beutner rightly states, county and local agencies need to take responsibility for the complex network of supports that schools would need to stay open in the midst of a pandemic.
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This comes one day after Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro threatened to pull Brazil out of the World Health Organization after the agency warned Latin American governments about the risk of lifting lockdowns before slowing the spread of the outbreak.
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Glover, who is now president of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, told the PA news agency: “Given that second wave is likely to come at a time that is likely to coincide with seasonal influenza, and that would give us serious problems, we really need to understand what the failings have been in our apparent inability to be able to deal with this pandemic appropriately.”
· Egyptian president announces plan for ceasefire in Libya →
Emma Graham-Harrison and agencies
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SOURCE: News agencies
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The agency was called Anthony Blond (London) Ltd.
· Egypt announces new plan to end war in Libya as Haftar offensive loses ground →
The plan also includes the unification of all Libyan financial and oil institutions, and the disbanding of militias, so that the so-called Libyan National Army and other security agencies can “carry out their responsibilities,” el-Sisi said, without elaborating.
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Williamson is being sued for more than $100 million by Gina Ford, after he severed ties with her agency, Prime Sports, saying that the contract he signed was invalid under North Carolina law.