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Work visa ban creates 525,000 American jobs

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President Donald Trump has temporarily suspended new work visas and barred hundreds of thousands of foreigners from seeking employment in the United States. New York...
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Germany ‘at risk of second wave’ of COVID-19

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Germany’s Gütersloh area will re-enter lockdown after a COVID-19 outbreak at a meat-processing plant. Deutsche Welle reports the district – home to around 100,000 people...
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Backlog of 1.7 million US passports

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As restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic begin to ease, many US citizens are ready to resume travel for business and pleasure. Those who...
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US imposes visa sanctions on Burundi

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The USA has stopped issuing visas to nationals of the East African nation of Burundi. The Department of Homeland Security says Burundi’s failure to cooperate...
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Missouri driver’s licence gets new design

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The Missouri Department of Revenue started issuing driver’s licences with a new design. ID Scanner reports some changes include designated header colours for different types...
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Spain lifts national state of emergency

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In an effort to restart its economy, Spain ended its national state of emergency after three months of lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic,...

How to reduce e-waste and save the environment

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Introduction As technology keeps advancing at a rapid pace, so does the useful life of these devices. For example, on average, there is a new...
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New Sudanese pound banknote planned

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The Central Bank of Sudan plans to issue a revised SDG 200 banknote.
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Millions granted right to remain in UK after Brexit

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More than 3.3 million citizens from the European Union and European Economic Area have been granted the right to remain in the UK after...
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US, Mexico extend border restrictions

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Travel restrictions at the US-Mexico border will remain in place until 21 July. “Mexico and the United States have agreed to extend for 30 days...