Monthly Archives: October 2022

Why the Belgian envoy feels at home in PH

While presenting his credentials at the Malacañang Palace to President Rodrigo Duterte, Belgian Ambassador Michel Parys said he was dedicated to good relations between the Philippines and Belgium. During his tenure as an inspector of diplomatic and consular missions for the Belgian Federal Public Service for Foreign Affairs, Parys had …

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Stephen Miller Group radio ads accuse Biden of ‘racism’ toward white Americans

The spot ends with the disclosure that he is paid by America First Legal, the organization founded by Miller after the end of the Trump administration, along with former Trump administration officials like Mark Meadows, Matt Whitaker and Russ Wanted. A media contact for America First Legal did not immediately …

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PH Red Cross Assists Woman During Emergency Delivery Amid ‘Paeng’ Assault – Manila Bulletin

New / National / PH Red Cross assists woman in emergency delivery amid ‘Paeng’ attack PH Red Cross assists woman in emergency delivery amid ‘Paeng’ attack The Philippine Red Cross Society (PRC) – Batangas Chapter sent aid to a woman who gave birth amid the onslaught of Tropical Storm Paeng …

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From climate reporting to climate commitment (#COP27)

Panelists will highlight the importance of journalism, education, and cross-sectoral outreach efforts in the fight against climate change, derived from multi-format rainforest journalism by Pulitzer Center Fellows and grantees on endemic deforestation, l lack of safeguarding of indigenous communities, as well as on the ground. carbon market developments. This session …

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Why don’t rich Muslim states help Afghanistan more? – Analysis – Eurasia Review

By Akmal Dawi More than 10 months after the United Nations launched its largest single-country appeal to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, less than half of the appeal has been funded, with Muslim governments conspicuously absent from the list of major donors. “Afghanistan is facing a harsh winter,” Tomas …

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New research finds black and Hispanic people less likely to receive bystander CPR than white people during cardiac arrest

Following a review of six years of national data collected by the Cardiac Arrest Registry for Better Survival (CARES) at Emory University School of Medicine, a diverse team of researchers found that black and Hispanics were significantly less likely than whites to receive life-saving care. cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) during cardiac …

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Local 3 partners with the Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Ian | Local News

To donate, you can call 423-266-5483 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and then from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesdays. Hurricane Ian left much of Florida, especially coastal areas, in shambles as the storm roared across the state. The South Carolina coast was also impacted by the weakened …

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Over $2 million in federal aid approved for flood survivors in St. Clair County, Illinois.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) – On Friday, Oct. 14, President Joe Biden signed a major disaster declaration for St. Clair County, Illinois, following severe storms and flooding in late July 2022. As a result of this declaration, more than $2 million in federal assistance was approved to support disaster recovery. …

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2 Health Delegates Ukraine – Ukraine

Objective The purpose of the Health Delegate of Ukraine is to support the achievement of humanitarian goals by coordinating the design and implementation of health projects in Ukraine in accordance with technical standards and best practices. Strategic responsibilities Ensure that projects supported by the Norwegian Red Cross in the fields …

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FM unveils the “Safar” exhibition to highlight the journey of Afghan refugees

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani and President of Qatar Museums HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad Al Thani at the unveiling of the exhibition. Doha: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani …

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Start of ICRC T20 Cricket Tournament for People with Disabilities

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) organized a T20 cricket tournament for people with physical disabilities (PwD) to overcome the stigma associated with physical disabilities and create new opportunities. The tournament started on Sunday and will continue until Wednesday. Six local cricket teams made up of people with …

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Those who crashed into a building in Keene, NH, are dead, city says

Those on a plane that crashed Friday into an apartment building in Keene are dead, according to the town of Keene. Officials said Saturday that the two people on board the plane had died. The Federal Aviation Administration told News 9 that a single-engine Beechcraft Sierra plane crashed into a …

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Drop, cover and hold on! LA prepares for the next big earthquake – NBC Los Angeles

Waiting for the “big” is a way of life in Southern California. Ever since a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck Ridgecrest in the Mojave Desert, many Southlanders have wondered if their neighborhood will be at the epicenter of the next quake. Every third Thursday in October, millions of people around the …

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Lynyrd Skynyrd and Seminole Tribe donate $200,000 to Florida Disaster Fund during Hard Rock Live Show

HOLLYWOOD, Florida— Over the weekend, Lynyrd Skynyrd announced a $100,000 donation to the Florida Disaster Fund during their ‘Big Wheels Keep on Turnin” tour stop at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood in South Florida. . The Seminole Tribe of Florida matched the $100,000 donation, totaling a $200,000 …

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City Housing Authority provides immediate help

By Florida Weekly Staff | on October 19, 2022 Several partners, such as World Central Kitchen, have worked alongside HACFM to provide relief services to residents. COURTESY PHOTO The City of Fort Myers Housing Authority is leading Hurricane Ian relief efforts to serve residents of more than 1,408 …

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Syria: Unprecedented rise in the poverty rate, significant shortfall in funding for humanitarian aid [EN/AR] – Syrian Arab Republic

Syria: Unprecedented rise in the poverty rate, significant shortfall in funding for humanitarian aid [EN/AR] – Syrian Arab Republic

Attachments Geneva – The spread of poverty in Syria has had a significant impact on the ability of its people to meet their daily food and basic needs, especially given the sharp and unprecedented rise in prices in this country, said said Euro-Med Monitor in a statement issued in conjunction …

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Afghans’ humanitarian needs on the rise: Red Cross report

There is no end to the crisis in Afghanistan as more people are forced to live on the streets and struggle to find food, the International Committee of the Red Cross has said, highlighting the growing need humanitarian aid in the country. Millions of people are said to have been …

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Salvation Army Receives $500,000 from Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation to Help Victims of Hurricane Ian | News, Sports, Jobs

The Salvation Army in Naples, Fort Myers and Port Charlotte partners with the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation to help victims of Hurricane Ian through a joint disaster assistance program . Funds will be available for those affected by the storm, including a specific amount designated …

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VFW Post 3460 in the Media Appeals to Veterans of the Iraq/Afghan Wars

MEDIA – VFW Media Post 3460, 11 Hilltop Road, Media actively recruits veterans, especially those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. “They need us and we need them,” explained post warrant officer Joe Casey. The Media VFW is a non-smoking establishment with a canteen, a banquet hall and a …

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Ebola in Uganda: Red Cross and community members fight the spread of the virus

Nairobi/Kampala/Geneva, October 13, 2022 – Uganda is currently facing an outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD). The first case of Ebola virus disease was reported on September 20, 2022 and the Uganda Red Cross Society (URCS) immediately activated an Ebola preparedness and response program to combat the spread. The …

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Thousands of LDS Members Help Clean Up After Hurricane Ian | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy intellectual reserve Volunteers provide disaster relief services to community members impacted by Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Florida on October 8, 2022. Thousands of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donned the familiar yellow Helping Hands T-shirts, descending on Florida’s …

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Truman’s homeless camp cleared after ‘serious public safety concerns’

The remains of the people who once lived in the East President Street homeless camp scattered the ground under the Truman Parkway ramp before it was last cleared Thursday. A tattered copy of the Robin Hood tales lay open on a waterlogged page, its spine broken beyond repair. A miniature …

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Eckerd College students present research at prestigious international studies conference – archyde

Sydney says she is passionate about Africa and the issues of poverty, hunger and disaster management. “I want to help people,” she says, “but it’s something you have to be very careful with. You have to make sure that you don’t tell people what they need, but ask them what …

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Global transplant communities urged to ban research from China

Medical professionals and advocates are calling on their global transplant societies to end collaboration and ban transplant-related research papers from China, citing concerns about the human rights atrocity of the forced organ harvesting. The appeal follows a first-of-its-kind restriction issued by the International Society of Heart and Lung Transplantation (ISHLT), …

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FEMA issues public advisory for Florida | News, Sports, Jobs

TALLAHASSEE – A public notice has been posted on the FEMA website outlining available FEMA assistance and proposed FEMA-funded actions, including activities that may affect historic properties, threatened and endangered species of extinction, critical habitat or wetlands and floodplains in Florida. FEMA is required by law to provide …

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USA Women’s National Team fall to Spain 2-0 in Pamplona

PAMPLONA, Spain (Oct. 11, 2022) – The United States Women’s National Team lost 2-0 to Spain in the team’s second international friendly of the European tour. Played in front of 11,209 fans at El Sadar Stadium, the match set a record for the most attended Spain women’s national team match …

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Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation produces 12 more black belts in Azraq

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Escalating violence in Ukraine disrupts humanitarian work

UN aid work hampered by attacks, especially in the east ICRC and Norwegian Refugee Council suspend field work on Monday Both cite security fears after Russian missile attacks Operations continue, field work expected to resume GENEVA, Oct 10 (Reuters) – The United Nations and other aid organizations in Ukraine said …

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Insured or not, FEMA says to register for Hurricane Ian recovery aid

Whether you have home or renter’s insurance, are a small business owner, or have no insurance, if you are a Florida resident in need of Hurricane Ian recovery assistance, FEMA spokesman Ken Higginbotham said registration was required. “The very first step is to sign up,” Higginbotham said. “Enter the system. …

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Apartment fire: Nearly a dozen tenants looking for homes after fire at Raleigh apartment complex

The American Red Cross said agency volunteers were helping displaced people after a multi-unit apartment burned down. The fire occurred around 5 a.m. Sunday in the 6100 block of Shanda Drive in Raleigh and damaged or destroyed nearly a dozen units in Legacy at Six Forks apartments, according to the …

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Put on your polka dot shoes – Lodi Oktoberfest returns next week | New

Put on your dancing shoes, put on your best dirndl or lederhosen and get ready to gorge yourself on schnitzel, sauerkraut and bratwurst. Oktoberfest returns to Lodi from 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, October 15, and the community is invited to come out and celebrate German style. Since …

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Big Y partners with the Red Cross in response to Hurricane Ian

Funds raised will support residents of communities affected by Hurricane Ian. By Zhane Isom | October 7, 2022 To help those affected by Hurricane Ian, Big Y has partnered with the American Red Cross to collect donations for those affected by the disaster. Through Wednesday, October 19, Big Y customers …

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Florida home damage from tornado

Palm Beach County leaders hope the Federal Emergency Management Agency will soon provide individual assistance to the dozens of county residents without homes due to tornadoes caused by Hurricane Ian. District 5 County Commissioner Maria Sachs and U.S. Representative Lois Frankel confirm that FEMA conducted additional damage assessments at Kings …

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North Little Rock apartment fire kills 3

Three people have died after a fire broke out at a North Little Rock apartment building early Tuesday, firefighters said. The fire started around 2:22 a.m. in Building 8 of the Shorter College Gardens Apartments at 800 N. Beech St., according to a news release from the North Little Rock …

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Japan Cartoonists Association launches charity to support Ukraine

The Japan Cartoonists’ Association recently launched an online charity auction to support those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The charity was first proposed by Ashita no Joe designer Tetsuya Chiba. The Association of Japanese Cartoonists previously released an official statement regarding the invasion of Ukraine, saying it wanted …

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Sudan. Floods destroy homes and infrastructure and worsen food crisis – Sudan

Following heavy rains and flash floods in Sudan, tens of thousands of homes, boreholes and agricultural fields have been destroyed or damaged over the past few months. 80,000 families need humanitarian aid, estimates the Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS). “It’s the first time it’s been so bad. The water entered …

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Freddie Mac offers mortgage relief options to Hurricane Ian victims

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – For homeowners affected by Hurricane Ian, federally backed mortgage company Freddie Mac has released a statement detailing their forbearance options to help them get back on their feet after the storm. . Those who apply can get short-term relief, up to a year with no late …

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Arizona Red Cross volunteers aid in Hurricane Ian recovery

FORT MYERS, FL (3TV/CBS 5) – Southwest Florida will never be the same after Hurricane Ian destroyed homes and businesses last week. Now volunteers from across the country are in the Sunshine State trying to bring relief to people who have lost everything. Nearly twenty Arizona Red Cross volunteers are …

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ProActive Lending Group, LLC Launches “Fix and Flip” Program Offering Easy Rehab Loans

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, USA, Oct. 3, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The program is designed to help investors by providing easy loans that can be used to finance and retrofit low-cost repairers and return them for a significant profit. ProActive Commercial Lending Group, LLC, a reputable private mortgage company, recently launched its …

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At least 92 dead in Iranian crackdown on anti-hijab protesters, NGO says

A wave of street violence has rocked Iran since Mahsa Amini died after being arrested by vice squads Paris: At least 92 people have been killed as Iran cracked down on women-led protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini after her arrest by notorious vice police, the Iran Human …

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How Iranian authorities use ambulances for arrests and transporting forces

In the two weeks since the Iranian people protested the killing of Mahsa Amini in police custody, social media users repeatedly warned that security forces had used ambulances to arrest and transport protesters. Several videos have been released showing ambulances queuing outside detention centers and police stations, or other facilities …

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Local American Red Cross helps with disaster relief

“The devastation is really a hole in the stomach,” said Mimi Teller, an American Red Cross communications volunteer from Southern California. “What people are going to have to dig up and it’s not just their homes, it’s also the businesses. People have to realize that. » Mimi Teller has been …

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