Tunisian fishermen have become accidental migrant rescuers

In southern Tunisia, fishermen regularly rescue boats full of stranded migrants. For them, crossing an overloaded boat is now part of their daily “routine”, as is finding corpses floating in the water. Slah Eddine Mcharek sits on the terrace of a cafe in Zarzis, a small coastal town in southern …

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Rotation Mousehole Market 2021 Detailed Analysis of Major Companies with Regional Outlook

Reports Globe has published a new research study on the Global Spinning Mouse Holes Market 2021 by manufacturer, region, type and application, forecast for 2026, which promises a comprehensive review of the market, clarifying past experiences and trends. Based on these past experiences, it offers a forecast for the future …

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Economic tips for feeding cows in winter

Cattle feed for the winter Proper care and management of livestock is very important during the winter season. Let’s tell a beef expert at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Mary Drewnoski. Mary advocates using distillers’ grains to feed cows inexpensively during the winter months. Here are his ten suggestions for feeding …

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Bayfield artists update classic with a twist – The Durango Herald

Claudius, played by Peyton Cordova, prays as Hamlet (Charlie O’Hair), center, tries to tell his late father, Bob (Don Ledvina), that he doesn’t want to kill his uncle. (Courtesy of Mélanie Mazur) ‘Hamlet Hears a Who’ combines Shakespeare, Dr. Seuss Taking William Shakespeare’s longest play, “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince …

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Phil Coudert: the veteran of the veteran

the historia del rio abajo On May 13, 1938, after eight years of legislative attempts, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill declaring November 11 a federal holiday, known as Armistice Day, to honor the brave men and women who had served during World War I. The date was chosen …

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Master Scillonian makes his last trip

Scillonian III marked the end of an era on Sunday (November 6) as Petty Officer Pete Crawford made his final voyage from St Mary’s to Penzance after 39 seasons on board. Crawford, 60, will retire in January after covering approximately 666,000 miles on the Scillonian III – more than 30 …

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Cottages and holidays in Cornwall this Christmas

With just over a month away from Christmas, the craziness of planning dinner, buying presents, wrapping presents, inviting guests and decorating the tree begins all over again. Imagine waking up to a beachfront apartment or country cottage on your Cornwall vacation, with food delivered to the door and decorations already …

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Edwardsville Band Boosters Craft Fair in Collinsville

EDWARDSVILLE – The 28th Annual Edwardsville High School Marching Tigers Craft Fair will be held November 13-14 at the Gateway Center in Collinsville. The event usually takes place at EHS, but due to the pandemic it has been moved to a larger space. The fair is scheduled from 9 a.m. …

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