April, 2021 - Government Jobs

Month: April 2021

China censors article by former premier amid tightening internet controls

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s web organizations have impeded clients from sharing a long article composed by previous Premier Wen Jiabao in recognition for his late mother, in an unexplained demonstration of oversight against a senior individual from the decision Communist

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Iran sees highest daily death toll in months as virus surges

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s day by day Covid loss of life moved throughout 400 without precedent for months on Sunday, as the country, which has since quite a while ago had the area’s biggest flare-up, fights a post-occasion disease

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The war against Russia’s spies just cost Putin billions from a cancelled nuclear contract

Moscow and Czechia are removing every others’ “representatives” in a contention over Russia’s mission of treachery in Europe. Czechia additionally dropped an atomic agreement with Russia just in case. “That undertaking was basic for the pay to Russia as well

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Philippines’ Duterte would send navy ships in South China Sea to assert claim over resources

MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday he was set up to send his military ships in the South China Sea to “have a special interest” over oil and mineral assets in the contested piece of the

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White House removes Trump-appointed scientist from overseeing climate report

The Biden organization has taken out Trump-named air researcher Betsy Weatherhead from her job administering a thorough report on what environmental change is meaning for the U.S., the Washington Post previously revealed Monday. Why it is important: Weatherhead has not

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Dubai Aerospace orders 15 Boeing 737 MAX jets

DUBAI (Reuters) – Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) on Tuesday reported a request for 15 Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes, flagging a finish to the airplane renting monster’s valuing deadlock with planemakers. Dubai state-possessed DAE in 2019 deserted designs to submit

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Steady increase in Russian troops in Crimea on Ukraine border, says Pentagon

WASHINGTON — The quantity of Russian soldiers conveyed in involved Crimea close to Ukraine’s line has consistently expanded in the course of recent weeks and has outperformed the size of the power that attached the landmass in 2014, the Pentagon

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Israel and Greece sign record defence deal

Israel and Greece have signed their biggest ever defence procurement deal, which Israel said on Sunday would strengthen political and economic ties between the countries. The agreement includes a $1.65 billion contract for the establishment and operation of a training

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Iran identifies suspect behind blast at Natanz nuclear site

Iran on Saturday named a man it wants arrested in connection with a recent explosion and power outage at its main Natanz nuclear plant, as talks got underway in Vienna to try to save Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world

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Big Chile study finds Chinese vaccine slashes COVID deaths

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — A genuine investigation of millions of Chileans who had gotten the Chinese-created CoronaVac immunization has thought that it was 67% compelling against indications and 80% against death from COVID-19, the South American country’s Health Ministry said

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4 virus variants are spreading in the US, and studies suggest they can make people sicker, evade the immune response, or spread faster. Here’s why experts are concerned.

There are four Covid variations that specialists in the US are stressed over. These remember variations previously distinguished for South Africa, the UK, and Brazil. They may spread all the more effectively, make individuals more debilitated, get away from invulnerable

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“Utterly unacceptable”: Ilhan Omar, AOC, other Democrats slam Biden’s decision on refugee cap

A few Democrats on Friday hammered President Biden’s choice to not raise the cap on evacuees permitted to enter the U.S. this year, calling it “shameful” and “totally unsatisfactory.” Why it is important: Biden crusaded on the guarantee to build

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Huawei defense to ask Canada court for delay in CFO’s extradition hearings

VANCOUVER (Reuters) – The safeguard group for Huawei’s CFO, Meng Wanzhou, will request that a Canadian court postpone impending hearings in her U.S. removal case, the court said on Friday. Meng’s U.S. removal hearings have endured over two years and

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Investor Einhorn says Palihapitiya, Musk poured ‘jet fuel’ on GameStop

BOSTON (Reuters) – Investor David Einhorn said on Thursday that prominent venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya and entrepreneur Elon Musk threw “jet fuel” on the GameStop Corp trading frenzy in January when the video retailer’s shares rose by 2,000% and later

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Factbox: Has China’s $16 trillion economy fully recovered?

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s GDP expanded by a dizzying 18.3% in the first three months of 2021 from a year earlier, sealing its status as COVID-19’s “first in, first out” economy. It was the only major economy that showed an

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