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Trump’s efforts to prevent disclosure of files to Jan.6 committee denied by federal appeals court

A federal appeals court has ruled against former President Donald Trump’s motion for an injunction against a House committee investigating the Jan.6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The case will likely be taken to the Supreme Court after Thursday’s setback for the former president. Mr Trump sought to prevent the …

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Vacation Memories Inspired Emily Mejia’s Unique Design For Her Customers Who Travel The World | Home | Spokane | Interior of the Pacific Northwest

Have you ever seen the ad where the client challenges an architect to design a house around a Kohler faucet? Spokane-based designer Emily Mejia of Emily Anne Interiors can relate. Her customers shared four bright yellow and blue square plates they had picked up in Spain, challenging Mejia to transform …

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Reinforce your belts | By Zaheer Bhatti

Reinforce your belts WITH a devaluation of more than 50% of the Pakistani currency in just two years and an increase in electricity and gasoline tariffs almost every fortnight shattering the back, the will and the determination of the common man to fighting adversity, the IMF and therefore the United …

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Former Wellington Phoenix star Tomer Hemed stands up for Wanderers

Johnny Koutroumbis of the Wanderers celebrates with his teammates after scoring his team’s second goal Photo: Getty Images. Israeli star Tomer Hemed slashed his former team as the Western Sydney Wanderers claimed their first victory of the season. Hemed’s second-half goal opened the stalemate before John Koutroumbis added a second …

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ECC authorizes import of 175,000 tonnes of wheat

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister of Economic Affairs Omar Ayub Khan on Wednesday chaired a meeting of the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the cabinet here in Islamabad, ARY News reported. The ECC meeting approved the summary presented by the Ministry of National Food Security and Research for the purchase of 175,000 …

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Auto parts segment calls for tariff reduction

KARACHI: Importers of auto parts have called on the government to reduce tariffs on auto parts to reduce the risk of smuggling. “After taking into account all the charges, the cumulative duties on importing auto parts reach almost 90%,” said Muhammad Ahsan, president of the Pakistan Association of Auto Parts …

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Rising food prices will become the norm as signals suggest eurozone inflation is likely to continue

Rising fertilizer costs have rocked European agriculture to a state where production could be limited for the coming year. On the farm, the lack of availability or the simple cost of inputs will result in limited inputs and, therefore, may impact production. Securing international fertilizer supplies seems to be as …

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Gray, Lahore Gray – Journal

What a beautiful weather we have, what a fresh air. At least that is what it seems, listening to the Minister of the Environment of Punjab. “In all of Punjab, there has not been a single second of smog in the past two years,” Minister Bao Rizwan told a television …

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Itac opens the door to new anti-dumping duties to protect local producers of frozen chips

The International Trade Administration Commission (Itac) has opened its own investigation into the alleged dumping of frozen crisps from Belgium, the Netherlands and now also Germany into the South African market. This follows the failure of the Commission to file a sunset review request to retain the anti-dumping duties for …

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