Articles Posted by Beverly Davis

Sturgeon Handed Over To ‘Balance The Books’ After Scottish Independence: ‘Mutual Benefit’ | United Kingdom | New

by on July 21, 2021 0

The SNP leader has made it clear to Prime Minister Boris Johnson her intention to hold a second independence vote after securing a fourth consecutive victory in the Scottish elections in May. She said “it is the will of the country” and warned Prime Minister Boris Johnson against “fighting with the democratic wishes of the […]

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Remote Work Policy: Immigration and Post-COVID | Dickinson wright

by on July 20, 2021 0

As employers make adjustments to incorporate remote work policies in a post-COVID world, employers with foreign workforces must also carefully consider archaic immigration rules for their workforce. work from home (WFH). Of all the non-immigrant work visa sponsorships, the H-1B category is the most restrictive in terms of site location and movement. The same strict […]

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DNA test helps identify and protect North American wolves and coyotes

by on July 20, 2021 0

Forensic scientists can use a commercial test targeting mitochondrial DNA to accurately distinguish between wolf, coyote and dog species, according to a new study from North Carolina State University. Genetic information can be obtained from smaller or more degraded samples and could help authorities prosecute violations of hunting jurisdictions and preserve protected species. In the […]

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Mining Industry Quarterly Review, Q1 2021 – Tracking commodity prices, production and projects for coal, iron ore, gold and copper – ResearchAndMarkets.com

by on July 20, 2021 0

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “Quarterly Review of the Mining Industry, Q1 2021 – Monitoring of Commodity, Production and Project Prices” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The “Mining Quarterly Review – Q1 2021” report provides a quarterly update of the mining industry, assessing the latest commodity trends by tracking commodity prices and […]

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Russia Abandons Moldovan Clients, Will Deal With New Pro-Western Government (Part 2)

by on July 19, 2021 0

* To read the first part, please click here. From Russia’s perspective, former Moldovan President Igor Dodon and his Socialist Party are serial losers and lapsed assets after their last defeat in the July 11 parliamentary elections. Western President Maia Sandu and her Action and Solidarity Party (PAS), winners of two crushing elections in a […]

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