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Date: 2021-09-22 09:47:15 Team 711web Latest News 0 at noon On October 9, 2009, President Barack Obama met with his top generals, government officials, and his deputy to outline the strategy for the war in Afghanistan. Earlier that morning, Obama learned that he… Continue Reading Source link

Voice of Real Australia: The alarms sounded in Wilcannia long before COVID | Bega District News

Date: 2021-09-22 03:22:30 news, national, Voice of Real Australia is a regular newsletter from ACM, which has journalists in every state and territory. Sign up here to get it by email, or here to forward it to a friend. “Wilcannia? You’re going to Wilcannia? Nah, you want to avoid that place. Dangerous. Depressing.” Dire words …

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Voice of Real Australia: The alarms sounded in Wilcannia long before COVID | Northern Beaches Review

Date: 2021-09-22 03:22:30 Voice of Real Australia is a regular newsletter from ACM, which has journalists in every state and territory. Sign up here to get it by email, or here to forward it to a friend. A young boy faces an uncertain future in Wilcannia. Picture: Dion Georgopoulos “Wilcannia? You’re going to Wilcannia? Nah, …

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Voice of Real Australia: The alarms sounded in Wilcannia long before COVID | Northern Beaches Review

Date: 2021-09-22 03:22:30 Voice of Real Australia is a regular newsletter from ACM, which has journalists in every state and territory. Sign up here to get it by email, or here to forward it to a friend. A young boy faces an uncertain future in Wilcannia. Picture: Dion Georgopoulos “Wilcannia? You’re going to Wilcannia? Nah, …

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Noah takes to the stage in Brisbane with an outback Queensland twist

Date: 2021-09-22 01:52:30 IT’S so dry in South-East Queensland that local authorities are warning of possible water restrictions but people in a Brisbane northside parish are preparing for a huge flood, one of biblical proportions. There’s no need to worry, though; all the action’s happening on stage. More than 40 parishioners in the Parish of …

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Emergency warning issued as Victorians told to brace for aftershocks after 5.8 magnitude earthquake

Date: 2021-09-21 23:39:18 A “watch and act” emergency warning has been issued for Victoria as residents are told to brace for more aftershocks after a record-breaking earthquake struck the state. The 5.9 magnitude quake hit near Mansfield, 180km north-east of Melbourne, about 9.15am today, according to Geoscience Australia. The earthquake is the largest Victoria has …

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426,000 affected by flooding in South Sudan: UN

Date: 2021-09-21 15:22:30 Heavy flooding has affected and displaced about 426,000 people in South Sudan, including 185,000 children, as overflowing rivers deluged homes and farms in the impoverished country, the UN’s emergency-response agency said on Tuesday. Emergency workers have used canoes and boats to reach people cut off by the deluge, the United Nations Office …

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Hundreds flood Melbourne as protest scenes escalate

Date: 2021-09-21 03:31:39 Angry protesters, hitting out over calls for mandatory vaccines for construction workers, blocked one of Melbourne’s busiest motorways and caused chaos throughout the city. Up to 2000 protesters, many believed to be tradies, marched on Melbourne’s bustling West Gate Freeway on Tuesday about 2pm.  Some stopped in the middle of the roadway …

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Sri Lanka, World Bank Sign Agreement to Strengthen Climate Resilience

Date: 2021-09-20 15:44:42 The project will support weather forecasting, warning, and flood resilience in the Kelani river basin COLOMBO, September 20, 2021-The Government of Sri Lanka and the World Bank signed a $92 million financing agreement for the Climate Resilience Multi-Phased Program Phase I Project. This project is expected to benefit around 11.2 million people …

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