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Wikipedia article of the day for July 11, 2019 Istiodactylus

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 11, 2019 is Istiodactylus. Istiodactylus was a pterosaur that lived during the Early Cretaceous. The first fossil of the genus was discovered on the Isle of Wight in England. More specimens were later found, including a species from China, I. sinensis, which possibly belongs to a different genus. Istiodactylus (from Greek for “sail finger”) was a large pterosaur; estimates of its wingspan range from 4.3 to 5 metres (14 to 16 ft) long. Its skull was about 45 centimetres (18 in) long, and wasRead More


ENTERTAINMENT: A Love Story By Nora Ephron

Nora Ephron’s Apartment: A Love Story To move into the Apthorp was to enter a state of giddy, rent-stabilized delirium. By Nora Ephron, THE NEW YORKER, May 29, 2006 To move into the Apthorp was to enter a state of giddy, rent-stabilized delirium.Illustration by Arnold Roth In February, 1980, two months after the birth of my second child and the simultaneous end of my marriage, I fell madly in love. I was looking for a place to live, and one afternoon I walked just ten steps into an apartment on the UpperRead More


Estimated 7.58B People on Earth on World Population Day July 11

Annual World Population Growth Slowing, Projected to Soon Slip Below 1% for First Time Since 1950 By SAM DUPRE AND ERIK VICKSTROM, US Census | JULY 10, 2019 World population is estimated to reach 7.58 billion this month as World Population Day is celebrated on July 11 but the U.S. Census Bureau is projecting another milestone: Annual population growth will slip under 1.0% in 2020-2021 for the first time since 1950. The United Nations declared July 11 as World Population Day in 1989, two years after world population crossed theRead More


Estimated 7.58B People on Earth on World Population Day July 11

Annual World Population Growth Slowing, Projected to Soon Slip Below 1% for First Time Since 1950 By SAM DUPRE AND ERIK VICKSTROM, US Census | JULY 10, 2019 World population is estimated to reach 7.58 billion this month as World Population Day is celebrated on July 11 but the U.S. Census Bureau is projecting another milestone: Annual population growth will slip under 1.0% in 2020-2021 for the first time since 1950. The United Nations declared July 11 as World Population Day in 1989, two years after world population crossed theRead More


Estimated 7.58B People on Earth on World Population Day July 11

Annual World Population Growth Slowing, Projected to Soon Slip Below 1% for First Time Since 1950 By SAM DUPRE AND ERIK VICKSTROM, US Census | JULY 10, 2019 World population is estimated to reach 7.58 billion this month as World Population Day is celebrated on July 11 but the U.S. Census Bureau is projecting another milestone: Annual population growth will slip under 1.0% in 2020-2021 for the first time since 1950. The United Nations declared July 11 as World Population Day in 1989, two years after world population crossed theRead More


UGANDA: Canada is not in the USA, UK or Europe!!!

However, Canada is somewhere in between USA and UK but definitely not in Europe. Canada is North of USA and a bit close to UK because apparently, we have a Queen. However, Geographically, Canada is the second biggest country in the world (square kilometres of land surface. Never mind that most of it is arid cold none lovable areas). Russia is the biggest country by square kilometres of land surface and they also have cold cold cold. USA, the United States of America, is the third biggest country in theRead More


UGANDA: Canada is not in the USA, UK or Europe!!!

However, Canada is somewhere in between USA and UK but definitely not in Europe. Canada is North of USA and a bit close to UK because apparently, we have a Queen. However, Geographically, Canada is the second biggest country in the world (square kilometres of land surface. Never mind that most of it is arid cold none lovable areas). Russia is the biggest country by square kilometres of land surface and they also have cold cold cold. USA, the United States of America, is the third biggest country in theRead More


Russian Diplomat Denied UK Visa to Attend Media Freedom Conference – Embassy

© Sputnik / Maksim Blinov LONDON (Sputnik) – The United Kingdom rejected the visa application of a Russian Foreign Ministry employee who planned to travel to the country for attending the Global Conference for Media Freedom, albeit he was officially invited and accredited by London, a spokesperson for the Russian Embassy in the United Kingdom said on Wednesday. “Working visit visas for diplomats are known to be one of the problems in the current Russia-UK relations. But even in these conditions, the denial of visa to a Russian Foreign MinistryRead More


UGANDA: Get your national id (funa ndagamuntu) – @HeBobiWine @MugishaMuntu @SejuDav @FDCofficial1 @KizzaBesigye1

Some of you know that there are still people mocking Bobi Wine (Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi) about preaching Funa Ndagamuntu. Social media is full of those stories if you care to check. I am on record for defending the Uganda National ID.  Then I changed along the way.  Now, after watching what has been going on over the last few years and how this Apartheid era ID is being used, I now say that every Ugandan MUST get the National ID. Basic services are being denied to people with no ID. Read More


NTVUganda has added FINANCIAL INCLUSION: More needs to be done for better growth video

FINANCIAL INCLUSION: More needs to be done for better growth Is the 26 trillion liquidity within Uganda’s financial institutions delivering the kind of inclusion that would drive better economic growth? Sector experts that its sufficient. As Rainher Ojon reports, the National Payments Act which is in the offing, will support wider  access of financial services through traceable and regulated digital platforms #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST)Read More