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From DR CHANDRA MUZAFFAR, President, International Movement of a Just World.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - A Hong Kong court declared media tycoon and pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai not guilty of criminal intimidation on Thursday, ending one several cases against him after his high-profile arrest last month under a new national security law.
(Reuters) - The Democratic Party presented a parade of passionate speakers on Monday making the case for electing Joe Biden president of the United States, the first day of a virtual convention to formally nominate him as the party's nominee to face President Donald Trump in November.
BLENDING Genre, Altering Style by Tom Romano is the first book to address the practicalities of helping students compose multigenre papers.
TO construct and reconstruct is a basic human activity. We build physical things, they deteriorate and get destroyed, we reconstruct and build them up again.
MULTIGENRE writing projects can help students apply writing as a way to discover, read, evaluate, and organise information.
SINGAPORE, July 12 (The Straits Times/ ANN): PM Lee congratulates WP leader Pritam, who vows party will remain loyal to Singapore.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Few players or managers have enjoyed World Cup glory with two countries but Jack Charlton, who has died aged 85, was held in rare affection by English and Irish football supporters.
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES/CHICAGO (Reuters) - From apple packing houses in Washington state to farm workers in Florida and a California county known as "the world's salad bowl," outbreaks of the novel coronavirus are emerging at U.S. fruit and vegetable farms and packing plants.