Joe Moorhead named Akron’s next head coach

Oregon Football will be looking for a new offensive coordinator. Joe Moorhead decided he wanted to stay closer to home. It was announced early Saturday morning that Joe Moorhead, Oregon’s offensive football coordinator for the past two seasons, will be leaving to become the head coach of the Akron Zips. …

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QPR No 1 says skin color “shouldn’t define whether you can be trusted as a goalie”

Seny Dieng waited four long years to make his debut with the Queens Park Rangers. It, after nearly a half-dozen loans and a scorching time in Dundee that he was grateful to leave behind, finally made it worth the wait for the Hoops’ No.1. The team has been a surprise …

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World-renowned photographers join forces to protect the environment

Written by Amarachi Orie, CNN The last moments before the death of the last male northern white rhino, a 66-year-old elephant swimming in the ocean, and the famous primatologist Jane Goodall in search of chimpanzees in Tanzania in the early 1960s; these are all moments captured in a collection of …

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Digitize Africa’s mines

Mineral resources are an essential source of income for Africa. In 2019, minerals and fossil fuels accounted for more than a third of the exports of at least 60% of African countries. The continent produces around 80% of the world’s platinum, two-thirds of its cobalt, half of its manganese and …

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Big cats at Saint-Louis zoo have recovered from COVID-19

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Big cats recovered from respiratory infections at the St. Louis Zoo after being infected with COVID-19 in November. Before becoming ill, the cats had been partially or fully vaccinated. Their caretakers say they think it only helped them develop mild symptoms. Now, big cats eat and …

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Africa’s ties to China and the West are starting to look similar

WHEN PRESIDENT XI JINPING from China meets African leaders, grandiose demands abound. As such at least, the triennial diplomatic jamboree known as the Forum on Sino-African Cooperation (FOCAC), which was held recently in Senegal, did not disappoint. China and Africa have “forged an indestructible brotherhood,” said Xi, who spoke from …

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Start of phase two inspections of farms | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED Pennsylvania DEP and the Clinton County Conservation District have started a second phase of farm inspections in Clinton County. MILL HALL – The Pennsylvania DEP and the Clinton County Conservation District have begun a second phase of farm inspections in Clinton County. The purpose of this phase of …

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Latest updates: Hospitalizations for Covid in the United States increased in November

Omicron has been detected in at least 21 countries, as governments around the world impose restrictions to limit the spread of the latest variant of the coronavirus. Nigeria and Ireland joined the list today, while Hong Kong reported a fourth infection upon the arrival of a traveler from Qatar. “Further …

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Blackpool Zoo unveils plans for new Big Cat house

Proposals have been submitted to Blackpool council for permission to partially demolish the existing zoo grounds on East Park Drive and construct a new one-story building with a 5.3-meter-high security fence. Design features will prioritize animal welfare and public safety. The new structure would provide around 100 square meters of …

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Omicron: the sequel may be more virulent than the infection

Omicron: the sequel may be more virulent than the infection Global economic recovery after the Covid crisis threatened By Anjan Roy The waves of new variations of the old cursed pandemic are bad news for the health of the planet. Moreover, the economic disruption they have created is a double …

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