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Публикации и примеры предложений
· Israeli minister apologises for police shooting of Palestinian man →
Halak’s relatives said he had autism and was heading to a school for students with special needs, where he studied each day, when he was shot.
· Equity Investors Must Pay More Attention To Climate Change Physical Risk →
Looking retrospectively to 2019 equity valuations across countries, our study finds that they did not reflect any of the commonly discussed global warming scenarios and associated projected changes in hazard occurrence or incidence of physical risk.
· Well done, Twitter. You've finally figured out how to deal with Trump's tweets →
Siva Vaidhyanathan is a regular columnist for the Guardian, a professor of media studies at the University of Virginia, and the author of Antisocial Media: How Facebook Disconnects Us and Undermines Democracy.
The Rio Times
· Brazilians Worked Until May 30th to Pay Taxes →
This is shown in a study by the Brazilian Institute of Planning and Taxation (IBPT).
· Living in the past: lifestyles from bygone eras →
“Nostalgia has a number of psychological functions,” explains Tim Wildschut, a professor of psychology at the University of Southampton who studies personal nostalgia.
The Japan Times
· Coronavirus hasn’t killed the global balance of power →
Hal Brands is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, the Henry Kissinger Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, and a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
· ‘Puding buih’ food poisoning case due to use of expired eggs, says Terengganu exco →
Meanwhile, Dr Alias said the state government would conduct a detailed study on the standard operating procedures (SOPs) for small-scale food traders operating from the home to prevent such occurrences in the future.
The New York Times
· Trip by Boris Johnson Aide Thrusts 192-Year-Old Magazine Into Uproar →
A number of studies of flu, rhinovirus, coronavirus and other microbes have shown that respiratory illnesses, including the new coronavirus, can spread by touching contaminated surfaces, particularly in places like day care centers, offices and hospitals.
The China Post
· Israeli defense minister apologizes for Palestinian’s death →
Halak’s relatives said he had autism and was heading to a school for students with special needs where he studied each day when he was shot.
The Japan Times
· Testing on kids Is a nervous next step on the way to a COVID-19 vaccine →
One perk of taking part can be that the clinical trial team will give the child their other routine immunizations on home visits for the length of the study.