Brazil Police: Remains Found Those of British Journalist | World News

By FABIANO MAISONNAVE, Associated Press RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) – Federal police said Friday that human remains found deep in Brazil’s Amazon have been identified as belonging to British journalist Dom Phillips, who went missing almost two weeks ago along with a Brazilian Indigenous expert. Additional remains found at the site near the city of …

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UK Covid infection rate rising, with more than a million cases in England | Coronavirus

Coronavirus infections are rising in the UK, new figures have revealed, with experts noting the increase is probably down to the rise of BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron variants. The figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), based on swabs collected from randomly selected households, reveal that in the week ending 11 June an estimated …

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More than 20 million farm animals die on way to abattoir in US every year | Animal welfare

Tens of millions of farm animals in the US are dying before they can be slaughtered, according to a Guardian investigation the deadly conditions under which animals are transporting around the country. Approximately 20 million chickens, 330,000 pigs and 166,000 cattle are dead on arrival, or soon after, at abattoirs in the US every year, …

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Summer reading kicks off, students awarded scholarships: Seacoast education news

Principal Hallee, Mrs.  Barnes (K), Mr.  Brownell (Music), Mr.  Weld (STEM), and Mrs.  Gosselin (PE and Health).

Greenland Central School raises over 6K for the American Heart Association GREENLAND — This year, Greenland Central School promoted the Kids Heart Challenge. Students listen to stories of heart survivors, learned about their hearts, participated in activities that raised their heart rates and learned hands-only CPR during PE classes with Mrs. Gosselin. Students also accepted …

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New Dean announced for Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology

Dr. Rolston St. Hilaire and another man talking in Gibson Farm Market.

Dr. Rolston St. Hilaire — known for his urban water conservation background, research, community andindustry support — has been named the new dean of the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences andTechnology at Fresno State, effective Sept. 15. St. Hilaire previously spent 24 years in the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences at New MexicoState University, …

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