Day: July 29, 2022

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Workplace shooting victim remembered as ‘a truly good man’

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – “A truly good man” is the way friends describe Aaron Walker, whose life was cut short at age 51. Walker was shot and killed by a coworker at Kenny Pipe & Supply on Wednesday afternoon. It is the second workplace shooting in Nashville this month. Metro Police said the shooting was […]

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Inflation Reduction Act a Euphemism for Bigger Government, Higher Prices

In the midst of a recession, with inflation eating away an average of $6,800 in purchasing power from the incomes of families with two workers, the so-called Inflation Reduction Act would impose tax increases, manipulative federal subsidies, and price controls on every American family. The bill would deepen the growing recession, continue to depress household […]

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Matthew Dellavedova signs NBA deal with Sacramento Kings

Matthew Dellavedova is heading back to America. The Australian basketball star, who played a key role in the Boomers’ drought-breaking bronze medal-winning performance at last year’s Tokyo Olympics, has signed a deal with the Sacramento Kings. According to US reports, the deal is for one year. Watch Live & Free Coverage of The 2022 NBL1 […]

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China says US chip act will distort global semiconductor supply chain

The US House of Representatives passed the sweeping legislation on Thursday to subsidise the domestic semiconductor industry as it competes with Chinese and other foreign manufacturers.

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Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan has unfinished business in Syria

Pledged almost two months ago yet awaiting what analysts say is probably a green light from Moscow, the operation raises questions about Turkey’s ultimate plans for Syria. Erdogan says he wants to initiate his fourth operation in the country’s north since 2016, targeting a zone which includes the two key towns of Manbij and Tel […]

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Blitzboks ease into Commonwealth Games quarterfinals

The Blitzboks eased into the Commonwealth Games quarterfinals after picking up a comfortable 36-5 pool win over Tonga in Birmingham, England on Friday night. It was the Blitzboks second pool win in a row after they beat Malaysia 46-0 in their competition opener earlier on Friday, which means that they will battle it out with […]

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Convertible Business-Ready Laptops : Asus ExpertBook B5

The new Asus ExpertBook B5 laptops are a series of business-ready computing equipment for users looking to enjoy a flexible experience when working from home, the office or out in the field. The 13-inch laptops include the ExpertBook B5 and the B5 Flip, which feature a traditional clamshell design and a 360-degree convertible design, respectively. […]

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Dyson Omni-Glide Vacuum Sale: One of the Brand’s Newest Vacuums Is Nearly Half Off Right Now

One of Dyson’s newest vacuum cleaners is also its most peculiar. Why? Because it only works on hardwood floors, making it the sole Dyson vacuum not able to adapt to all floor types. Released in 2021, the Dyson Omni-glide was overshadowed by the V15 Detect, which was announced at the same time. The V15 Detect […]

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Nigeria’s army orders reshuffle as insecurity grows

Nigeria’s military command has ordered a major reshuffle of senior officers, an army statement said on Friday, as the government faces pressure over the country’s growing insecurity. Nigeria’s security forces are overstretched on several fronts, battling a grinding 13-year jihadist war in the northeast, bandit militias in the northwest and separatist agitation in the southeast. […]

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Victoria creates Emergency Animal Disease Taskforce to tackle threat of foot and mouth disease

Victoria will establish a special task force to tackle animal disease emergencies, the state government has announced. The Emergency Animal Disease Taskforce will be overseen by top bureaucrats from both the agriculture and emergency management sectors. The taskforce will plan for a response to foot and mouth disease should the devastating animal virus begin spreading […]

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