myPOS announces unprecedented growth

myPOS announces unprecedented growth

A Personal Loans refers to unsecure installment loan that has fixed rates of interest that is repayable in monthly installments. It is possible to get up to $45,000 on the next day of business to get control of your financial goals, whether it’s consolidating the debt, making home improvement or …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Districts of the dark red zone rise to 10

Ten of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are dark red Covid-19 zones – which means an infection rate of 500 or more in 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis – according to the update of the uniform information portal on January 8th. Two districts, Plovdiv and Vratsa, crossed the threshold …

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“Double motor” hatred | Deccan Herald

In December 2021, the BJP’s tireless efforts became more apparent parivartan – to change our society, as it was promised in its electoral manifesto. The Karnataka Assembly passed the anti-conversion law, a Dharma Sansad in Haridwar called for genocide against Muslims, and our own promising young MP from Bengaluru also …

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Tennis player Sofia Kenin pregnant? Pregnancy hoax explained

Tennis player Sofia Kenin pregnant? Pregnancy Hoax Explained: We are here with the pregnancy news from tennis player Sofia Kenin Pregnant. All who intend are so happy to receive this news about them, and they even curiously wait to hear their reactions to it. While some are confused as to …

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In shock sentence: Bulgarian journalists fined for defamation

Two journalists in Bulgaria and a website were convicted of defamation and ordered to pay the equivalent of around US $ 35,000 for articles published in 2018 in what has been termed an unprecedented verdict. Reports from the Bulgarian service of RFE / RL. The Sofia City Court (SCC) found …

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Bulgaria passes threshold to become a dark red zone from Covid-19

Bulgaria‘s national Covid-19 morbidity rate is 547.89 out of 100,000 residents on a 14-day basis, putting the country above the threshold to be classified as a dark red zone according to the criteria of the Ministry of Health. The update of January 7th of the uniform information portal showed that …

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Community grants set for 2022 in Bluewater

Article content BLUEWATER – Although the 2022 budget is yet to be passed in Bluewater, city councils unanimously agreed to support a community grant collection during the regular council meeting on December 20. Article content The approved Grants Council is funded through the Community Grants and Vibrancy Funds Policy Groups …

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Bulgaria tightens arrival conditions as COVID infections increase

A woman waits for a vaccination dose against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by medical staff from a mobile unit in the village of Krushovitsa, Bulgaria, October 10, 2021. REUTERS / Stoyan Nenov / File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register SOFIA, January 5 (Reuters) – As …

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Optional Green Certificate… in the Bulgarian Parliament – Novinite.com

No, it’s not optional for everyone. For all of us this is green certificate it’s obligatory. It is only optional for the MPs. Again, they arranged it that way. Today in National Assembly a commission to analyze the anti-epidemic measures in the country was not created, and the green certificate …

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Almost 200 hit Kewanee’s sidewalk in the Hard Core 5K run

Shorts and tank tops were worn by some of the 192 runners in Kewanee’s 40th annual Hard Core 5K street race on Friday afternoon, December 31, when the temperature was 36 degrees. Colin Young, 45, from Rock Island won the 3.1-mile race with a time of 17 minutes and 24 …

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Even masks are still not worn properly in Bulgaria – Novinite.com

Prof Yordanka Stoilova from the department “Epidemiology and Disaster Medicine “at Plovdiv Medical University commented on the situation with the BNR pandemic in Bulgaria. Dnevnik published the highlights of her interview. COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 1,918 new cases in the last 24 hours The Department of Health and the Chief State …

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