Vietnam to explore Belarusian law enforcement, emergency management training programs

MINSK, Nov. 24 (BelTA) — It is important for Belarus and Vietnam to develop ties in the field of education and exchange of experiences, said State Secretary of the Belarusian Security Council Aleksandr Volfovich to the media after a meeting with Vietnamese Public Security Minister To Lam in Minsk on …

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‘The Season of the Spirit’ at Culpeper Community Tree Lighting

Families, friends, neighbors and citizens, at least a few hundred people, gathered on a cold Sunday evening at the Culpeper Depot for the annual Culpeper Town Center Community Tree Lighting. Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus were there for the holiday and Christmas themed event with musical performances by the Theatrical …

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Los Angeles County law enforcement rookie in serious condition after being hit by SUV

LOS ANGELES (AP) — One of the Los Angeles County law enforcement recruits hit by an SUV during practice last week was in deteriorating condition on Sunday, authorities said. 2 dead after being hit by a train in northern California The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement …

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Red Deer County Council briefs: off-road vehicles, law enforcement authority, potential aged care facility

Current regulations prohibit the use of ORVs on county-controlled highways, known as county road rights-of-way, for the general public, with exemptions for county employees in the line of duty. and peace officers for enforcement purposes. The proposed bylaw would permit the use of ORVs on county road rights-of-way, with restricted …

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Buenos Aires Weather | Remembrance Day marked by the Anglo-Argentine community

Remembrance Day, aka Poppy Day in Britain at least, was memorably marked both at the British Cemetery on the day (Friday, November 11) and at St. John’s Anglican Church the following Sunday. And yet the most moving highlight came after – WWII Fleet Air Arm veteran Ronnie Scott, who turned …

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Driver charged with oncoming crash, punching 3 law enforcement officers in the face

SAN DIEGO- A wrong-way driver who allegedly rammed an off-duty sheriff’s deputy’s car — then assaulted her and two other law enforcement officers who came to help her — has been arrested in downtown San Diego early Wednesday, police said. The collision was reported around 5:25 a.m. on Fourth Avenue …

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VetRest Brings Support and Community to Oregon Veterans

Birds flew over VetRest’s Bybee Lakes Victory Garden on October 15, 2022, and tomatoes were hanging heavily from the vines. It seemed to be the last harvest for the garden, which is built and maintained by VetRest, a non-profit organization that provides wellness and mentorship to veterans in safe, supportive …

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Wike Signs Executive Order 22…enables outdoor signage and advertising enforcement

Rivers State Governor Chief Nyesom Wike said his administration had proven that through budget integrity, commitment and prudence, nothing was too difficult to achieve in governance for Nigerians.Wike spoke at the inauguration of the 72-bed Dr. Peter Odili Cancer and Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Treatment Center in Port Harcourt, carried out …

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Xi calls for unity of int’l community at G20 summit as world faces challenges

Chinese President Xi Jinping visits the venue for the 17th Group of 20 (G20) summit in Bali, Indonesia, November 15, 2022. Xi delivered a speech titled ‘Working together to meet the challenges of our times and build a better future at the summit. The G20 summit kicked off here on …

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WCC executive committee concludes meeting with clear path to peace, justice and reconciliation

Each day of their gathering, the WCC executive committee met for daily prayers and various meetings with the students of the Ecumenical Institute. Public statements The Executive Committee has issued public statements that respond to crises around the world. COP27. A statement on COP27 notes that there are communities and …

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Snacks for the Soul provides a calm community for female athletes in Long Beach State • Long Beach Post News

At the end of the summer, DeRoos returned to Long Beach with an idea. Not just for her, but one that could be shared with her friends and teammates in Long Beach State’s beach volleyball program. That’s when DeRoos, along with teammates Katie Kennedy and Leah Black, decided to start …

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The Blenman-Elm community will pay their respects at the Jackie Kinman Butterfly Garden this weekend

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – A butterfly garden is finally ready to be celebrated in the historic Blenman-Elm neighborhood. It will serve as a place of peace for the community, but more importantly, a dedication to the person who started the garden. Jackie Kinman was a scientist with a passion for …

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City and parish officials seek to crack down on ‘sumlords’ with new enforcement mechanism in BR

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) — Members of the Metro Council are seeking to crack down on the “sumlords” of Baton Rouge. Over the past 20+ years, municipal and parish authorities have repeatedly attempted to empower residents who live in rental homes or apartments that are not in great condition. “We’re …

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Police Issue 48 Tickets During Delta’s Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Blitz

Police handed out dozens of tickets and pulled several trucks off the road during a one-day commercial vehicle blitz in Delta earlier this week. Officers from the Delta Police Service Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Team and representatives from Canadian Pacific Railway, Surrey Bylaws, Burnaby RCMP Traffic Unit and of the New …

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Top 5 Law Enforcement Jobs For Veterans

Separating from the army takes time. There are many steps in the process, followed by determining your next career move. For many veterans, a career in law enforcement is a natural and rewarding next step, especially if you enjoy working as a team to protect and serve your community. Top …

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Man waives hearing on various charges | Community

HARTINGTON, Neb. – A Laurel, Nebraska man facing 24 counts, including harassment and assault of a law enforcement officer, has been remanded to district court to determine his guilt or his innocence. Jackson Metheny, 26, appeared in Cedar County Court on Wednesday where he waived his right to a preliminary …

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Peace education in schools

Broadly speaking, peace education in formal schools should ideally aim to produce caring, responsible, compassionate, critical, and civically engaged citizens who can advance a culture of peace. The aspiration of students should go high in moral and human values. In the culture of peace education, they will maintain a friendship …

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FUOYE gains community support

The Federal University of Oye Ekiti has been assured of the support and cooperation of its host community, Oye Ekiti, to achieve peace, growth and accelerated development of the institution. The Oloye of Oye Ekiti, Oba Michael Ademolaju, who said that the community has, since the establishment of FUOYE in …

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Joyce Kimber shares insightful details for achieving peace, justice and a victorious life

Alabama, United States – WEBWIRE – Monday, November 7, 2022 “Working to bring justice, peace and victory to the world today” is a detailed spiritual self-help book that offers solutions for solving injustice, hatred, violence and other types of corruption that the world is currently facing. If we …

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MISSOURI ANNOUNCED GRANT PROGRAM TO ASSIST LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND EMS AGENCIES | KMMO

The Missouri Department of Public Safety has announced the availability of up to $20,000 in grant funding opportunities for local law enforcement, fire departments, and EMS agencies. The department encouraged interested agencies to act quickly as the deadline to apply for the grants is December 5, 2022. A total of …

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Crime Reports: Sunday, November 6, 2022 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Crime Reports: Sunday, November 6, 2022 Published at 00:00 on Sunday, November 6, 2022 Natchez Police Department Arrests — Thursday Violet Laverne Thompson, 56, 9 West Woodlawn Avenue, Natchez, charged with common assault; attempt for fear of imminent grievous bodily harm and malicious wrongdoing: less than $1,000. No bond is …

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Federal Judge Again Blocks Enforcement of NYC Gun Ban on Houses of Worship | Local News

BUFFALO — In a ruling and order that largely mirrors a ruling two weeks ago, a U.S. District Court judge in Buffalo issued a preliminary injunction, requested by a Niagara Falls pastor and others, that blocks the application of a provision in New York. new Concealed Carry Improvement Act (CCIA) …

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MPIF strengthens the Aeta community in Sapang Uwak

Metro Pacific Investments Foundation Inc. (MPIF), the corporate social responsibility arm of leading infrastructure conglomerate Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC), has distributed 50 bicycles to members of the Aeta community in Sapang Uwak, Porac, Pampanga. Through a beneficiary partnership with Neo Zigma Cycle Corporation and Interval Gear Events Management (IGEM), …

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Toronto man charged with allegedly impersonating parking attendant

A Toronto man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly posed as a parking attendant in an attempted scam, police say. Officers were first called to the Yonge and Elm Streets area around 10 p.m. for a suspicious incident, police said in a news release. Investigators say the alleged impersonator …

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Court Cases: Wednesday, November 2, 2022 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Court cases: Wednesday, November 2, 2022 Posted at 12:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 2, 2022 Adams County Court Cases – Final Results Week of October 21 to 27: None. (No class on Tuesday, October 25) Adams County Circuit Court Cases – Final Results Week of October 21 to 27: None. …

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Multiple harassment, assault arrests – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland Police Department arrests Friday • 2:34 p.m. At the Loveland Police Department, 810 E. 10th St., a 66-year-old Loveland woman is on a warrant for her arrest. • 4:55 p.m. In the 5100 block of Hahns Peak Drive, a 43-year-old Loveland woman for investigation into third-degree assault, domestic violence …

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An interview with Kevin Noriega – LE JOURNAL DU HORNET

Consuelo Ramirez Cherishing memories with his family, a young boy enjoys his last home-cooked meal in Venezuela before embarking on a new journey to Delaware State University. Having had the opportunity to attend Delaware State University on a baseball scholarship, Kevin Noriega began a new chapter in his life. Fast …

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Dianna Payton, CEO of YWCA, promotes peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all | Inspired by Louisiana

Dianna Payton has managed nonprofit programs and served as a grant writer for over a decade at the local, state and national levels. She previously served as Director of Community Investment for Capital Area United Way. In this role, she led the strategic development and execution of the group’s first …

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City leaders and community gather for prayer summit amid deadly weekend

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – After a deadly weekend in Memphis with at least six people killed and many more injured in different shootings across the city, local faith leaders held a massive prayer summit to help the community heal, giving at Sunday Church a whole new meaning in the Bluff …

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Church-Community Connection: The Flight Instructor and the Control Tower | Features

I learned to fly a private plane at 27. I loved flying, and flying worked well for the business I owned then, Central Bindery. I learned to fly in a small two-seater plane, a Cessna 150. At first, learning to fly was daunting. Especially takeoffs and landings. I learned to …

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MY TURN: Hayden’s Basic Law Enforcement Budget Increase

The Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office can only provide law enforcement services within its available resources. The current contract between the City of Hayden and the KCSO provides for four deputies, with three additional in 2023 (although they are not permanently budgeted). The proposed public safety tax will provide six additional …

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Domestic Extremists Pose ‘Elevated Threat’ for 2022 Midterms: Law Enforcement – WEIS

Hill Street Studios/Getty Images/STOCK (NEW YORK) — Domestic violent extremists from all ideological backgrounds pose an “increased threat” to the 2022 midterm elections, according to a joint intelligence bulletin obtained by ABC News. The Department of Homeland Security, FBI, National Counterterrorism Center and U.S. Capitol Police also warn that after …

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Conifer Rotary Blesses Peace Park at Aspen Park Community Center

Amid the aspens in full glory, a blessing ceremony to celebrate the inaugural milestone of the Conifer Rotary Peace Park was held September 25 at the Aspen Park Community Center. The Conifer Peace Park is a place to reflect on peace and organize events dedicated to peacebuilding. The park’s location …

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Scholarships Available for Students Pursuing a Career in Law Enforcement – ​​Cloquet Pine Journal

CARLTON – Individuals working to become peace officers can apply for a law enforcement scholarship through the Minnesota Sheriff’s Association, according to a press release sent by the Carlton County Sheriff. , Kelly Lake. The MSA Board of Trustees has established a scholarship fund to award up to 20 scholarships …

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Wyandotte community mourns loss of 18-year-old Roosevelt grad who died in car crash – Reuters

Amanda Kish’s friends and family are in a state of disbelief after the teenager died alive in a car accident this weekend while returning home to Wyandotte from Central Michigan University. “Amanda Grace, my mother’s rainbow baby, gave us so much love, showed immense bravery and taught us more about …

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The female face is key to restoring peace, justice and development in Syria – Syrian Arab Republic

After 11 years of civil war in Syria, the impact of protracted violence and conflict has left deep wounds and scars in the country. The severe economic deterioration and its repercussions, together with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, have left more than 90% of the population living below the …

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Cross-community Halloween event held in North Belfast’s Alexandra Park

A HALLOWEEN event aimed at bringing communities living in interface areas together was held in North Belfast yesterday. Hundreds of people, including dozens of families, gathered at Alexandra Park – which is crossed by a wall of peace – to witness the “Pumpkin Patch”, which included a Halloween trail, a …

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Harding to Continue Distinguished Lecture Series | Community

Harding University American Studies Institute will host UN World Food Program Executive Director David Beasley, along with US Senator John Boozman and former Walmart CFO Brett Biggs, for a discussion on the future of security world food on November 2. 3:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. in the auditorium of the …

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Loveland man arrested for trespassing, obstructing peace officer charged – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland Police Department arrests Thursday • 6:56 p.m. At the Loveland Police Department, 810 E. 10th St., a 48-year-old Sterling man on two misdemeanor default warrants. • 8:05 p.m. In the 3400 block of Mountain Lion Drive, a 39-year-old Wyoming man is facing a misdemeanor warrant. • 9:36 p.m. In …

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Religious Groups and Law Enforcement Unite Against Cannabis Legalization ND

More and more groups are urging people to vote no on Measure 2, which would legalize recreational marijuana in North Dakota. FARGO, ND (KVRR) – More religious organizations and law enforcement groups are speaking out against Measure 2 that would legalize recreational marijuana in North Dakota. The North Dakota Catholic …

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Police News | Community News

WATERTOWN – Police report they arrested Gabriella Baez, 29, of Palm Desert, Calif., at 9:20 p.m. on Oct. 8 for unlawfully operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol. She was released on a 10% cash bond. His court date was October 20. — WATERTOWN – Police …

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Voices of the community: Words matter in our families, at work and in politics | Voice of the community

In talking with family members, co-workers – and in the political arena – what have we learned about “how we use words and, more importantly, how do words use us?” This is essential in our private and public statements, emails and social media. Making bad choices can trigger problems at …

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Albuquerque seeks to crack down on loud cars and the environment with automated app

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – The city of Albuquerque is considering new technology to help crack down on drivers of loud cars. There is a pitch to the city council to set up so-called “noise cameras”. The cameras would be triggered by sounds reaching a certain decibel level, typically from people …

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“Know your rights” training focused on law enforcement, housing, voting and victims’ rights

A free “Know Your Rights” training event will be held all day Saturday, October 22 at the Frank B. Wise Business Center in Fort Washakie. The workshop begins at 10 am with a session on the role of “legal observer”. Legal observers are “visible witnesses” who document “any incident of …

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Rebecca Steer: Family thanks community for support after death

THE family of Powys woman Rebecca Steer, 22, who tragically died after being hit by a vehicle in Oswestry last week, have thanked the community from the bottom of their hearts for their support. Liverpool John Moores University student from Llanymynech died in the early hours of Sunday October 9 …

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Cardinal Gregory Answers Questions About Peace and Justice He Asked 20 Years Ago

In this May 10, 2002 file photo, Bishop Wilton D. Gregory of Belleville, Illinois, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, addresses staff at the conference headquarters in Washington. Now Cardinal-Archbishop of Washington, Bishop Gregory was serving a three-year term as USCCB president, elected Nov. 13, 2001. (Photo: …

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Our community has lost two heroes – Daily Freeman

The media likes to report on politicians, and politicians don’t usually exactly avoid good press. Elected officials deserve recognition for what they do for the benefit of the people, but much of what they get is done by others, people who keep the wheels turning. This week, our community lost …

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Vehicle crash, intrusion calls – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland Police Department arrests Thursday • 4:07 p.m. In the 6100 block of American Oaks Street, a 41-year-old man from Loveland for investigation into domestic violence, harassment and breach of protective order. • 11:25 p.m. At North Boise Avenue and East Eisenhower Boulevard, a 19-year-old Fort Collins man for investigation …

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Cardinal Answers Questions About Peace and Justice He Asked 20 Years Ago

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory of Washington has had a long career in the American Catholic hierarchy. But that career is not so long that he could have voted on whether or not to approve the pastoral letter “The Challenge to Peace: God’s Promise and Our Response.” In …

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Police whistleblower roundtable to bring the truth to light in law enforcement communities

In commemoration of National First Responders Day, the National Whistleblower Center (NWC) will host a panel discussion on October 28 at 2 p.m. EST. The conference, co-sponsored by The Lamplighter Project, will feature four speakers who have law enforcement expertise or were former law enforcement officers themselves. Panelists will discuss …

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Grant will let Spindletop Center partner with law enforcement

“Part of what we do is provide mental health training to law enforcement.” ORANGE COUNTY, Texas — Hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funds are intended to help people with mental health issues who have been or are currently incarcerated. The Spindletop Center receives a $550,000 grant from the …

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North Lawndale Restorative Justice Community Court helps dismiss and clear non-violent felony and misdemeanor charges

CHICAGO (WLS) — Michelle Dennis just got another shot at success. “All we needed was a fighting chance and you gave it to us,” Dennis said. Once caught in the revolving door of drug arrests and prison sentences, the 29-year-old single mother of a teenage son is now one of …

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Police blotter | Community News

Oct. 1—Breanna Gill, 25, was arrested in the 1900 block of West Monterey Avenue at 10:06 a.m.; police said a warrant for her arrest had been issued. Bond information was not available. October 1—John Misch, 50, was arrested in the 10800 block of South Troy Street at 3:45 p.m. and …

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decision issued restricting application of important aspects of new firearms legislation | Bond Schoeneck & King SARL

On July 1, 2022, Governor Kathy Hochul signed new legislation in response to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down a law that required license applicants to “conceal and carry” firearms to show “a just cause” as to why they should be issued such a permit. New legislation – the …

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“Falls” lit blue to honor local law enforcement

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI) – The falls were lit blue Saturday night to honor the men and women who serve in law enforcement. The lighting was part of the third annual Faith and Blue weekend. Idaho Chaplins Executive Director Christa Trinchera said the local event called “Bless the Badge” is …

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Head of the Catholic Commission in South Sudan

South Sudanese CJP officials explained, “If you have peace and you address the root causes and try to give rights to those who have the right…there will be total peace among the people.” Speaking about the October 5-7 training, Ms Nyadol said, “We all know that people have suffered trauma …

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FCTA charges religious bodies with community services – Voice of Nigeria

Faith-based organizations were encouraged not to slack off on corporate social responsibility (CSR) through special interventions, aimed at addressing issues affecting the livelihoods of people in and around their estates. This point was raised by the Secretary of the FCT Administration Mandate for the Agriculture and Rural Development Secretariat (ARDS), …

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Law enforcement efforts continue as catalytic converter theft rates plummet

While catalytic converter theft rates have dropped since the summer due to legislative changes, enforcement efforts and a partnership with Winnipeg Crime Stoppers, the Manitoba government continues its efforts to protect Manitobans of those who profit from this type of theft, said the Minister of Justice. Kelvin Goertzen said a …

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Black youth from across Canada attracted to Africville community

The story of Africville, a vibrant community torn apart and leveled by the city of Halifax in the 1960s, is a story of loss and resilience, says Juanita Peters, executive director of the Africville Museum. “Yes, the city of Halifax took the houses, took the church, took the land. But …

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Prem Rawat Foundation and Boy Scouts Association of Malaysia partner in peace education program

Prem Rawat and Scouts Association Malaysia recently signed a historic agreement to bring the peace education program to young people across the country. KUALA LUMPUR, October 6, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Scouts Association of Malaysia recently signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding with The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) to offer …

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TPV Business Divisions Launch TPV Cares Foundation for Community Initiatives

VTP — display supplier and the group behind PPDS, TP Vision, AOC and MMD – announced the launch of ‘TPV Cares’, a brand new foundation that harnesses the talents of its teams and technologies to provide life-changing help and support the lives of people and communities in more than 200 …

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Community Corner | News | lacabine.net

Guy’s community experienced a terrible tragedy in the community last week which touched many lives in the community. We have lost Roy Jones, who has been a pillar of our community for years. He was married to the love of his life, Joyce Morgan Jones. They had two children, Robyn …

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ID: Expert Mechanism on Law Enforcement – 33rd meeting, 51st regular session of the Human Rights Council

Enhanced Interactive Dialogue with the High Commissioner and the International Mechanism of Independent Experts to Advance Racial Justice and Equality in Law Enforcement– Item 9: Racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related forms of intolerance: follow-up and implementation of the Durban Declaration and Program of ActionSPEAKERS: Ms. Nada Al-Nashif, Acting High …

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How You Can Help in Your Community: Ways to Volunteer in Acadiana, Baton Rouge and New Orleans | Inspired by Louisiana

A new feature from Louisiana Inspired highlights volunteer opportunities in South Louisiana. If your organization has specific volunteer opportunities, please email us at lainspired@theadvocate.com with details of the volunteer opportunity, organization, and contact/registration information volunteers would need. Acadian: Earthshare Gardens has been growing vegetables and giving back to the community …

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Community Leaders Flay ADAPHAI Comments on Olupo Stool | The Guardian Nigeria News

Following the dust raised by a civil society organization, Advocacy for Advancement of Peace & Harmony (ADAPHAI), on the selection by the kingmakers of Olupo-Elect, Oba AbdulRauf Oyekanmi Mosobolaje for Oluponna, the seat of the zone Local Council Development Office in Ayedire South, Osun State, youths in the community described …

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[REFLECTION] Promoting peace, justice and dialogue in Marawi

In remote areas of Marawi city, in a simple mosque, I witnessed how our Muslim brothers and sisters meet God personally What comes to mind when you hear the name Marawi? Much has been said about the city of Marawi. It is known, for its part, as a dangerous city …

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St. Louis law enforcement plans tougher approach to overdose outbreak | St. Louis Metro News | Saint Louis

Click to enlarge MIKE FITZGERALD U.S. Attorney for Eastern Missouri Sayler Fleming, left, and Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s St. Louis Bureau Michael Davis address a conference on new strategies to stop the outbreak of overdose. A growing epidemic of drug overdose deaths cuts a deep, …

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The Delaware County Peace, Justice and Unity March will take place on October 7

Release: September 30, 2022 The community is invited to participate in the Delaware County Media Peace, Justice and Unity March on October 7, organized by Delaware County Sheriff Jerry Sanders, the Media Borough Police Department and the Second Baptist Church. Members of law enforcement and faith-based organizations across Delaware County …

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Dangote praises the Ibese community for their hospitality

Chairman and Managing Director of Dangote Cement Plc, Alhaji Aliko Dangote praised the people of Ibese in Ogun State for their hospitality and cooperation with the company. He described Ibese as the most peaceful among the communities that host Dangote Cement Plc in Nigeria. Dangote presented the commendation in a …

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Teenager killed in shootout with law enforcement likely unarmed, state AG says

Anthony Graziano’s van sits on the side of Highway 15 in Hesperia, where he and his 15-year-old daughter, Savannah, died in a shootout with law enforcement on Tuesday. (KABC-TV/via Associated Press) Savannah Graziano, the 15-year-old girl killed in a shootout between her father and law enforcement on Tuesday in Hesperia, …

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Shahidan: DBKL enforcers urged to perform their duties well

KUALA LUMPUR: Law Enforcement Officers of Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) have been advised to be cautious and use appropriate but effective methods, as well as involve stakeholders in the implementation implementation of the application. Federal Lands Minister Datuk Seri Dr Shahidan Kassim (pictured) said he was issuing the recall …

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Trespasses, drug-related arrests – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland Police Department arrests Monday • 5:36 a.m. In the 300 block of West 13th Street, a 44-year-old man from Loveland for physical harassment and domestic violence investigation. • 4:33 p.m. In the 1300 block of North Monroe Avenue, a 28-year-old Greeley man for investigation into second-degree criminal trespassing, failure …

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Sultan and CAN charge Nigerians on peace and justice

The Sultan of Sokoto and the Chairman General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Mohammed Sa’ad Abubakar, and the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Reverend Daniel Okoh, have appealed to Nigerians, regardless of their religious affiliation and ethnic differences, to work together to ensure …

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Africa: “World Day of Education for Peace” can play a central role in transforming education

New York — Barely a week ago, the international community commemorated the adoption of the United Nations Declaration and Program of Action on a Culture of Peace, a monumental document that transcends borders, cultures, societies and nations. This inspiring action took place on September 13, 1999, yes 23 years ago. …

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Sanwo-Olu, SGF, Sultan, CAN President charge Nigerians with peace and justice – WorldStage

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu (left) exchanging greetings with Sultan of Sokoto and Co-Chair of NIREC, His Eminence Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar (right) during the third quarter meeting of the Inter-Religious Council of Nigeria (NIREC) on the theme “Working Together for Justice and Peace”, at the Lagos Continental Hotel, Victoria …

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Clayton Community Center wins another award – Peace Arch News

The Clayton Community Center won another design award. The center was recently awarded the “Spaces and Places” award as part of Fast Company’s 2022 Innovation by Design Awards. The community center also received honorable mentions for “Accessible Design” and “Experience Design and Sustainability”. “The innovative and environmentally friendly design of …

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Remarks by the High Representative during the UNITAR event on the theme “Peace, education and dialogue”

Remarks by the High Representative for the Alliance of United Civilizationsat the UNITAR event on ‘Peace, Education and Dialogue’ New York, September 26, 2022 Excellency Mr. Nikhil Seth, Assistant General, Executive Director of UNITARYour Excellency Dr. Shaikh Khalid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the …

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