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Ashland Library’s first ‘Food For Fines’ a success

ASHLAND – Last month, Ashland Public Library tried something new. The library agreed to give patrons a clean slate, wiping out overdue fines in exchange for donations of non-perishable foods and household items for local charities. In just one week, the library collected 736 items for Associated Charities, Ashland County Council on Aging, Catholic Charities, Rape Crisis
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Vodafone makes 5G available in homes in Qatar

Tribune News Network Doha Vodafone Qatar continues its leadership in driving digital innovation with news that it is making 5G technology commercially available with the launch of its latest innovation- Vodafone GigaHome- the new home internet solution. Vodafone GigaHome covers every size house with guaranteed Wi-Fi in every roomusing a state of the art Giga- Wi-Fi
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Qatari Emir in Rwanda for three-day state visit

The Emir of Qatar, His Highness Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, arrived in Rwanda on Sunday, leading a high-powered delegation of senior government officials and business executives from the Gulf state. He is in the country for a three-day state visit. Upon his arrival yesterday, the Emir, together with his host, President Paul Kagame witnessed the signing of four bilateral
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Qatari Emir in Rwanda for three-day state visit

The Emir of Qatar, His Highness Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, arrived in Rwanda on Sunday, leading a high-powered delegation of senior government officials and business executives from the Gulf state. He is in the country for a three-day state visit. Upon his arrival yesterday, the Emir, together with his host, President Paul Kagame witnessed the signing of four bilateral
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Thousands protest in Moroccan capital for release of activists

Thousands of people have protested in Morocco’s capital Rabat, demanding the release of 42 activists who had rallied against corruption and unemployment. Sunday’s “march of the Moroccan people” was organised by political and civil rights groups, as well as the families of detainees. It comes weeks after a court upheld prison sentences for the activists, who held protests
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Thousands protest in Moroccan capital for release of activists

Thousands of people have protested in Morocco’s capital Rabat, demanding the release of 42 activists who had rallied against corruption and unemployment. Sunday’s “march of the Moroccan people” was organised by political and civil rights groups, as well as the families of detainees. It comes weeks after a court upheld prison sentences for the activists, who held protests
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Journalist shot dead in N Ireland in terrorist incident

A journalist was shot dead during riots in Northern Ireland in what police Friday were treating as a terrorist incident following the latest upsurge in violence to shake the troubled region. “Lyra McKee was murdered during orchestrated violence in Creggan last night,” Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamilton said in a statement. McKee, 29, had earlier posted an image that
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International Conference In Qatar to End Impunity of War Criminals

Doha, Qatar – Seeking to find ways to hold individuals and countries accountable for war crimes and human rights violations around the world, speakers at a conference in the Qatari capital have recommended the establishment of an international mechanism to combat impunity and the disregard of international law by powerful nations. The problem is particularly acute in the