Monthly Archives: August 2021

Serbia: Use of state-owned agricultural land for non-agricultural purposes

introduction In general, the Serbian Law on Agricultural Land (“TO THE“) consider granting the use of agricultural land free of charge to state-owned subjects or, in cases where particular plots have not been leased for three or more agricultural years, agricultural land may be brought into auction for use by …

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Serbian Chamber of Commerce opens office in Israel – EURACTIV.com

An office of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce has started operating in the Israeli city of Jerusalem, with the main aim of strengthening bilateral relations in the areas of business, commerce and science, the chamber said over the weekend. According to the organization, there is a growing interest in cooperation …

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Book Review: ‘The Sunset Route’ Explores Trauma, Redemption, Healing | Arts

The sunset road By ASHLEY RIGGLESON FOR FREE LANCE – STAR In many ways, reading Cheryl Strayed’s memoir, “Wild,” has been a transformative experience for me. So I was skeptical when I heard that Carrot Quinn’s new memoir, “The Sunset Route,” which chronicles his experience on freight trains, was being …

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COVID pandemic creates hardship for victims of domestic violence

During the early days of COVID-19 closures, those working with victims of domestic violence sounded the alarm about the impact it has on those experiencing violence – which victims and children could be. stuck at home with their abusers and school counselors or co-workers would not have the opportunity to …

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Senior file for August 29 | Where is

WHERE IS Westerly Senior Center is located at 39 State St., Westerly. The opening hours of the center are Monday. to Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Staff will be available Monday through Friday at 401-596-2404. Messages can be left on Lucy’s voicemail otherwise. The on-site dining option for meal …

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Why Afghan officials stranded in the United Arab Emirates

August 28, 2021 FOR DAYS the world wondered where President Ashraf Ghani had gone as the Taliban advanced on Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. It was no surprise when it surfaced in the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) on August 18. Mr Ghani joins a long list of former …

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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News and Links for Friday August 27

Hi everyone! At the top today is defender Ria Percival. Walk of the day Tottenham are officially in the Conference League group stage, which will at the very least be a fun exploration in stadiums across Europe. The venue for the Conference League final, the Air Albania Stadium in Tirana, …

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Worldwise: Favorite Things From Dreamscape Founder Eric Birnbaum

Eric Birnbaum founded the real estate development company Dreamscape. Dream landscape Text size In the early 2000s, Eric Birnbaum was a “disgruntled banker” working at Bear Stearns in New York, eager to embark on something more creative. Searching everywhere he was lost until he saw his stepfather, Alan Landis, a …

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Resources and hours during Syracuse Welcome

Campus and community Members of the Goon Squad during Syracuse Welcome 2021 Syracuse Welcome, the University’s new student orientation program for new undergraduates, has officially started. After moving into on-campus accommodation, new students will participate in a full schedule of social, academic and parent / family activities and programs. See …

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Royals feared Meghan would put on ‘a show’ at Philip’s funeral, book says – East Bay Times

Some members of the royal family were “quietly happy” that Meghan Markle did not attend Prince Philip’s funeral in April because they “didn’t want a circus” and suspected that her presence “would create a spectacle”, sources close to the Duchess of Sussex say. . These royal concerns about Meghan’s coming …

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