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Sharing technology and supporting innovation is not just about equality. It is also the best way to stop pandemics

By Paul Kagame, President, Rwanda; Emmanuel Macron, President, France; Cyril Ramaphosa, President, South Africa; Macky Sall, President; Olaf Scholz, Chancellor, Germany; and Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, WHO. Inequality has plagued responses to harmful pathogens. Take COVID-19: an unprecedented 11.9 billion vaccine doses have been administered worldwide, helping many countries turn the tide on the …

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Kellen Mond moves ahead of Sean Mannion in the Vikings backup QB race

After watching the Vikings’ two backup quarterbacks play in them Preseason opener loss to Raiders, it’s clear that Kellen Mond is better than Sean Mannion, both in terms of current and future ability. I don’t think it’s an overreaction to a match. The question is no longer who the backup should be, it’s whether or …

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Dear Farewell: Professor Emeritus of Political Science Jon Ebeling

Professor Emeritus Jon Ebeling, who taught political science for more than 30 years, died on July 25. He was 83 years old. Born on September 23, 1938, in Queens, New York, he grew up in Southern California, and after graduating from Santa Monica High School in 1956, he worked for Hughes Aircraft for several years …

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Sharing technology is the best way to stop pandemics New Times

Inequality has plagued responses to harmful pathogens. Take Covid-19: An unprecedented 11.9 billion doses of vaccine have been administered worldwide, helping many countries turn the tide on the pandemic. However, more than 80% of people in Africa have not received a dose, about 18 months since the first person was vaccinated. As long as this …

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Elgton Jenkins Activated by PUP, looks forward to an extremely important season

GREEN BAY, Wis – Elgton Jenkins’ return from last year’s torn ACL was a season-changing development for the Green Bay Packers. Where it is lined up can also signal a major financial development. Jenkins, who during his rehab work was coming through as a right tackle, lined up at right tackle along with last year’s …

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Investigations reach Pa. policy | News, Sports, Jobs

FILE – A cyclist rides past the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., on March 22, 2021. The FBI’s search of former President Donald Trump’s Florida mansion has made most of the headlines this week, but Pennsylvania lawmakers are also finding themselves drawn into the investigation. On Wednesday, PennLive reported that the FBI served subpoenas to …

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Trevor Denbow, Sterling Weatherford star on special teams against the Bills

One of the most underrated aspects of making a 53-man NFL roster is special teams prowess, especially when it comes to the Indianapolis Colts. Special teams coordinator Bubba Ventrone selects a few players each year to make the team simply for how they perform in the third down of the game. So, while it’s a …

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Tennessee Titans Kicker Randy Bullock in ‘a zone’

NASHVILLE – For the first time in years, the Tennessee Titans don’t have to spend training camp wondering who their quarterback will be when the regular season begins. Randy Bullock, who had the job for most of last season, has taken care of that. “Extremely consistent,” special teams coach Craig Aukerman said Sunday. β€œHe’s missed …

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