JOINT BASE McGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST – Up to 9,500 Afghan refugees could live here for a year, a military report says.The refugees would occupy existing and temporary housing at the South Jersey base, including a massive “tent city” on a 24.6-acre parade ground at Fort Dix, according to the report.The newcomers, classified as Afghan Special Immigrants, would live “within the …

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Call for world leaders to act in wake of French extradition case that turned on environmental concernsLast modified on Wed 25 Aug 2021 14.44 BSTAir pollution does not respect national boundaries and environmental degradation will lead to mass migration in the future, said a leading barrister in the wake of a landmark migration ruling, as …

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At a volunteer association near Heathrow, hundreds of refugees are arriving daily needing provisions and supportLast modified on Sat 28 Aug 2021 19.21 BSTRefugee charities and Afghan community organisations are struggling to cope with the demand for their services, with thousands of refugees arriving in the UK in recent days.For the fourth day in succession …

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Local News Local News Local News Local News Local News PublishedonByProject changes could be coming to the Mountain Valley Pipeline in Greenbrier County after a public comment period ends on September 13.According to an application filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in February, Mountain Valley Pipeline is seeking the ability “to change the …

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There was excitement in Kabale District on Friday after 1,391 families received free Customary Land titles from government.The government in partnership with the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) and Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) handed over the free land titles to residents of Buhara, Kitumba, Kamuganguzi and Rubaya sub-counties, and Ryakarimiira Town Council.The 1,391 …

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31st Aug, 2021A COVENTRY international development charity has unveiled plans to bring together city businesses and other organisations to help feed 16,000 vulnerable children in Zimbabwe.Feed The Hungry will mark ‘World Food Day’ on October 16 with The Big Food Pack which will see a shipping container of 285,000 meals to children living below the …

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You are using adblocker please support us by whitelisting www.fenews.co.ukYou are using adblocker please support us by whitelisting www.fenews.co.ukYou are using adblocker please support us by whitelisting www.fenews.co.ukA CELEBRATION of Great Britain in aid of a national charity for war veterans will be hosted by Coleg Cambria (@colegcambria) in the coming weeks.The inaugural British International …

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© 1998-2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All Rights Reserved For America to deal effectively with climate change and many other critical environmental concerns, including biodiversity loss, deforestation, natural resource depletion, food production, pollution and congestion, requires a gradual transition to population stabilization. That statement calling for the gradual stabilization of America’s population is basically the same unequivocal …

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