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July horoscope: New month’s ‘fantastic for progress’ – What’s in store for each star sign?

Virgo “A real whirlwind month for you, Virgo,” she continued. “Mercury is your ruling planet, and it spends the month bouncing around three other signs, each of those signs blesses you with different gifts.  “For the first six days of the month, it is in chatty Gemini, and you find yourself surrounded by social occasions.  […]

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Arctic Minerals : updates on its exploration progress in Finland and Norway | MarketScreener

Copper joint venture project Peräpohja (Finnish Lapland) The copper project Peräpohja is a joint venture with the Rio Tinto Group. A further drill program is now ongoing and will be finished later this summer (see Press Release of 23 June 2022). A ground geophysical survey has also recently been carried out. In addition, further geological […]

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Sports

Emma Raducanu comes through Van Uytvanck test with flying colours to progress at Wimbledon

Emma Raducanu put aside her sketchy Wimbledon preparations to make a triumphant start to life on Centre Court against Belgium’s Alison van Uytvanck. The 19-year-old overcame a tense start and a dangerous opponent to come through 6-4, 6-4 on her first competitive appearance inside the hallowed arena. Raducanu’s minimal grass-court preparation counted against her – […]

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US

US and European officials eye summit for progress for Finland and Sweden joining NATO

Yet some officials believe that Turkey may be eying the summit as a place to finally make agreements that could propel the process forward. “My best projection based on what I’ve seen is that they will run this to the wire at Madrid. They also always prefer if they’re going to make concessions to do […]

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World

Analysis: Tide turns in the Ukraine war as Russia makes progress in the east

They have eliminated most Ukrainian defenses in the Luhansk region, consolidated control of a belt of territory in the south, improved their logistics and command structure and blunted the effectiveness of Ukrainian attack drones. Within the last week, the Russians have been rewarded for their intense — some would say merciless — bombardments of the […]

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Ukrainian airport in front line at risk again as Russia is making progress in Donbas

Hostomel, an hour from Kyiv, was taken by Russia during efforts to bring in more troops and ammunition for a blitz on the capital Kyiv. The airport and the world’s biggest plane, the Antonov An-225 Mriya, were destroyed in the ferocious fighting. Ukrainian troops eventually counter-attacked and retook the airport in March. But with Russia […]

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Travel

Southwest Airlines pilots protest lack of progress on new contract

There’s a shortage of pilots at many airlines, and pilot unions are demanding higher pay in contract negotiations. On Tuesday, hundreds of uniformed Southwest Airlines pilots picketed at the Dallas airport to protest the lack of progress on a new contract. The picketing is taking place as airline unions seek sizable wage increases. DALLAS – […]

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UK

‘Her life’s legacy!’ Kate breaks with royal tradition with ‘borderline huge’ duty progress

Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, hosted the event on the importance of early childhood development, a cause that is notably “very important” to the Duchess. It was held at the Royal Institution in London and was attended by various representatives from the early years sector. Speaking on the latest episode of Royally Us, hosts […]

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Science

China’s coastal ecosystems still unhealthy despite recent progress, official says | Science-Environment

Most of China’s marine ecosystems are still in poor health despite recent improvements, and more efforts are needed to restore, protect and monitor coastal waters, an environment ministry official said on Thursday. “Most of the typical marine ecosystems that are monitored remain in a sub-healthy condition,” said Zhang Zhifeng, deputy director of the marine ecology […]

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Two steps forward, one step back: Pollution, emissions progress slowed by war in Ukraine

This month, the world has made notable steps toward curbing climate change. Canada has banned single-use plastics, the U.S. is beginning the process of holding fossil fuel companies accountable for environmental damages, and Norway is leading the pack in innovation for electric vehicle infrastructure. Europe, struggling to gain energy independence, is forced to lean on […]