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Cameroon’s Ejara raises $ 2 million to offer crypto and investment services in Francophone Africa – TechCrunch

Africa’s cryptocurrency adoption varies by region. While countries with currently unstable currencies like the naira experience immense use, other regions using the CFA franc have sparse adoption.. A region of more than 200 million inhabitants using the CFA franc, French-speaking Africa is one of the most crypto-friendly markets in Africa. …

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Extinction changes the rules of evolution of body size

When they looked beyond the marine genera that became extinct to consider those who were the first of their kind, the authors found an even more dramatic change in body size patterns before and after extinctions. During the background periods, the newly evolved genres tend to be slightly bigger than …

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Jury finds self-proclaimed proud boy Alan Swinney guilty of assault, threat and illegal use of a firearm

A jury ruled on Tuesday Alan Swinney, a proud self-proclaimed boy, guilty of assault, threat and unlawful use of a weapon for pulling out a loaded gun, firing paintballs and spraying mace of bears on counter-protesters in Portland last year. Prosecutors called him a “one-man police force” and a “vigilant …

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National Night Out returns with chilly temperatures | Community alert

Under sunny skies and cooler temperatures, city and county residents plan to end crime in the neighborhood on Tuesday National Night. Most communities across the country observed the 38th annual NSN, sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, two months ago. Now that fall has arrived in Texas, court …

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UC Lobbying for Revision of FAS Freedom of Expression Rules, Funding Night Transportation Program | New

The Undergraduate Council passed legislation to establish a social inclusion grant for college students, to propose that faculty review Harvard’s guidelines on free speech, and to fund a nighttime transportation program at the time. ‘a Sunday evening meeting. The first act revives a fund made available by UC twice in …

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GALLERY: Fans flock to Franklin for the festival; Williamson County students must wear masks and more area news

Thousands of people attended the return of the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival to Franklin on September 25-26. (Photos by Wendy Sturges / Community Impact Newspaper) Read top business and community news from the past week in the Franklin and Brentwood areas. GALLERY: Thousands flock to Franklin for the 2021 …

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The 33-year-old woman who left Taipei to become a shaman | Indigenous rights news

Pingtung County, Taiwan – On a hot weekend in late August, two women slowly spread pork bones and shaved mulberry leaves on a living room table in preparation for a seasonal blessing for the occupants of the house. The harvest festival has come to an end, and the couple – …

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Merck to seek emergency clearance for oral treatment for Covid-19

A nurse cares for a Covid-19 patient at SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City, August 24, 2021. Nick Oxford | Reuters Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics plan to seek emergency clearance for their oral antiviral treatment for Covid-19, after the drug showed “convincing results” in clinical trials. The drug, …

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Bigger than ever, Beautiful Land appears in downtown Ames on Sunday

The creations made by students at Ames High School and the lightly worn Halloween costumes sold by the Ark of Friendship are two of the new features in the Beautiful Land Fall Pop-Up Market. The Ames-based event, which showcases handmade and vintage items, will be held from 11 a.m. to …

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FAQ: Women’s March 2021 | OMCP

The Women’s March returns to the streets of DC on Saturday October 2. Here’s what you need to know. The Women’s March returns to the streets of DC in October. Here’s what you need to know. Q: Who is organizing the march? Although the Women’s March has hundreds of locally …

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