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Friday, July 24th, 2020

 

China: Government Requires All Passengers to Present Negative COVID-19 Test to Board Flights to China

By Global Legal Monitor, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS (July 24, 2020) On July 20, 2020, three Chinese authorities—the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the General Administration of Customs, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs—jointly issued an announcement requiring both foreign citizens and returning Chinese citizens to present negative COVID-19 test results before boarding flights to China. The required nucleic acid tests must be conducted within five days of embarkation at facilities designated or recognized by Chinese embassies in host countries. Foreign citizens must also complete a health declaration at ChineseRead More


ENERGY: Oil report for Friday, July 24th, 2020

Oil prices fall back to $40, analysts forecast more M&A action in the oil and gas sector By OILPRICE.COM  Oil fell back to around $40 for WTI and $43 for Brent – familiar territory for the market over the past few weeks. The EIA’s data for this week was more downbeat, dashing hopes of positive momentum. Still, crude remains stable and steady at around $40, trapped between coronavirus fears on the downside, and improving fundamentals on the upside. Goldman: More M&A to come. The Chevron (NYSE: CVX) purchase of NobleRead More


Wikipedia article of the day for July 25, 2020 Operation Cobra

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 25, 2020 is Operation Cobra. Operation Cobra was an offensive launched by the First United States Army under Omar Bradley against the German 7th Army commanded by Paul Hausser in the Cotentin Peninsula during the Normandy campaign of World War II. The attack commenced on 25 July 1944, having been delayed several times by poor weather. Supporting offensives had drawn the bulk of German armored reserves toward the British and Canadian sectors, and the lack of men and materiel available to the GermansRead More


Wikipedia article of the day for July 25, 2020 Operation Cobra

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 25, 2020 is Operation Cobra. Operation Cobra was an offensive launched by the First United States Army under Omar Bradley against the German 7th Army commanded by Paul Hausser in the Cotentin Peninsula during the Normandy campaign of World War II. The attack commenced on 25 July 1944, having been delayed several times by poor weather. Supporting offensives had drawn the bulk of German armored reserves toward the British and Canadian sectors, and the lack of men and materiel available to the GermansRead More


Wikipedia article of the day for July 25, 2020 Operation Cobra

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 25, 2020 is Operation Cobra. Operation Cobra was an offensive launched by the First United States Army under Omar Bradley against the German 7th Army commanded by Paul Hausser in the Cotentin Peninsula during the Normandy campaign of World War II. The attack commenced on 25 July 1944, having been delayed several times by poor weather. Supporting offensives had drawn the bulk of German armored reserves toward the British and Canadian sectors, and the lack of men and materiel available to the GermansRead More


USA: Dear American friends

Growing up in a poor family, poor village, poor country, poor continent… https://youtu.be/7yHTpGog0IY Every child from such background who has been lucky to go to school…dreams of going to America. The land of opportunity. We even say Novenas. We work very hard to pass exams. “When I get to America, I will be educates like white people. I will get a job. I will help my villageback in Uganda”. AMERICA FAST FORWARD. Prayers worked. I came to Canada. USA was an option but you people do not speak French. JeRead More


Bette Midler – Wind Beneath My Wings (Official Music Video)

Bette Midler – Wind Beneath My Wings (Official Music Video) Watch the official video for Bette Midler – Wind Beneath My Wings, which was a #1 single from the soundtrack to the 1988 film Beaches. Subscribe to the Rhino Channel! http://bit.ly/SubscribeToRHINO Check Out Our Favorite Playlists: Rhino Favorite 100 http://bit.ly/RhinoFavorite100 80s Hits http://bit.ly/80sMusicHits Classic Rock http://bit.ly/ClassicRockFavorites Get a copy of Bette Midler’s latest album ‘It’s The Girls’ here https://ift.tt/2or1MyK Stay connected with RHINO on… Facebook https://ift.tt/2rp8Zi4 Instagram https://ift.tt/2HTD4Br Twitter https://twitter.com/Rhino_Records https://www.rhino.com/ RHINO is the official YouTube channel of the greatestRead More


HARMONIZE – HAPPY BIRTHDAY ( OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

HARMONIZE – HAPPY BIRTHDAY ( OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) Send ‘Skiza 8540135 ‘ to 811 (Safaricom ) For Bookings contact :harmonize@yahoo.com Follow me on: Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/harmonize_tz Facebook : https://ift.tt/2bFELmj Instagram : https://ift.tt/2bF6xL3 Copyright ©2015 KONDE MUSIC WORLDWIDE.All rights reserved. —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: July 24, 2020 at 12:44PM


Mbagaliza kweyagala (Official Audio ) Radio and Weasle

Mbagaliza kweyagala (Official Audio ) Radio and Weasle Good Life music 2018. New music Audio from the late Radio and Weasle. More radio songs to be released. Please subscribe! —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: July 24, 2020 at 12:44PM


Einstein Fellow: Amara Alexander — Library of Congress

Einstein Fellow: Amara Alexander By Neely Tucker Published July 24, 2020 at 11:55AM Amara Alexander, a K-5 engineering teacher from Chattanooga, Tenn., is the 2019-20 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at the Library. She wrote this piece for the Library of Congress Magazine. Amara Alexander. Photo: Shawn Miller. Few things help students learn like getting up close to primary sources — the raw materials of history. Seeing, say, the penciled sketches of experimental telephones that Alexander Graham Bell drew in his lab notebooks nearly 150 years ago helps young people betterRead More