The Drop: BBC Three announces new streetwear competition with Miguel

The post The Drop: BBC Three announces new streetwear competition with Miguel appeared first on TellyMix. The Drop is the new streetwear competition series coming to BBC Three. The BBC say the new format “is here to capture the cultural synergy between fashion, music, sport, celebrity and business and to provide one individual with a […]

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Budget woes mean South African doctors jobless while hospitals battle COVID-19

JOHANNESBURG — While Michelle Cerfontyne was completing her medical training last year, the COVID-19 pandemic overwhelmed South Africa’s understaffed public hospitals, so the young doctor thought she would get a job easily. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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‘No end in sight’: Portugal’s hospitals on brink as COVID cases surge

CASCAIS — COVID-19 patient Joao Cordeiro has beaten the virus and is about to go home, and his children also made quick recoveries from the disease. But his family’s battle with an epidemic that is raging across Portugal is far from over. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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Game-Changing Iranian Pipeline Set To Launch In March

Game-Changing Iranian Pipeline Set To Launch In March Authored by Simon Watkins via OilPrice.com, The geopolitically game-changing Goreh-Jask pipeline project saw a major advance last week with the commencement last week of offshore pipe-laying operations. The implementation of this operation markets the first stage of the offshore development of the Jask Oil Terminal and, according […]

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Far-right gunman handed life sentence for killing German politician

FRANKFURT — A German court sentenced a far-right sympathizer to life imprisonment on Thursday for shooting dead a pro-immigration politician two years ago in a case that raised questions about whether Germany is doing enough to tackle right-wing radicalism. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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Olympics-Federations’ finances hit by Tokyo delay, but no bankruptcy fears

BERLIN — The 28 Olympic sports federations have taken a big financial hit due to the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics by a year, but even if the Games were canceled they would not be at risk of bankruptcy, the executive director of the international federations’ association said. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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N.Korea, US should aim for initial nuclear freeze – S.Korean PM

SEOUL — North Korea and the United States should seek an initial denuclearisation deal that includes a halt to the North’s nuclear activity and a cut in its program in exchange for some sanctions relief, South Korea’s prime minister said on Thursday. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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