Leaked emails reveal Sydney art dealer links to alleged art trafficker Douglas Latchford

A Sydney art dealer advertised Cambodian antiques attributed to a suspected stolen art dealer. Key points: Suspected art looter Douglas Latchford died last year before appearing in court, but US authorities continue to investigate the extent of his collection and transactions Several Cambodian works related to Douglas Latchford were advertised …

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Bearish techniques frustrate bulls

The AAVE price has failed to resume the uptrend, and now a worrying lethal cross is increasing the downward pressure. Decentralized finance (DeFi) leader Aave (AAVE) has shifted from critical resistance over the past two days, endangering the recent rally and leaving the token vulnerable to another lower leg. Confidence …

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A long tradition of eco-sensitive agriculture helps Bishnois preserve groundwater

At the end of the 15th century, long before our country’s environmental laws were formalized, Guru Jambeshwar, 34, from Nagaur, in present-day Rajasthan, set out the 29 principles of a new sect he had founded. : bishnoism. Of these, eight focused on protecting the region’s wildlife and its thick green …

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A major telecommunications company that partners with AT&T and Verizon said hackers had access to its system for more than 5 years, exposing billions of text messages

Breaching the systems of a large telecommunications company exposed communications between millions of people. GABRIEL BOUYS / Getty Images Synverse, a large telecommunications company, said hackers had been in its system for years. The data breach exposed billions of text messages and millions of data from cell phone users. Synverse …

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Tenant evicted from Gateshead house for 66 years

A MAN has been at risk of eviction from his home for more than 60 years after a county court judge heard allegations of disorder and “dangerous” items on the property. Ken May faced Gateshead Council in county court on Wednesday, the culmination of a months-long dispute over the condition …

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“Are you awake enough to date me?” »: Dating apps and digital activism

On dating apps, everyone wants to break patriarchy and end capitalism. Tinder bios announces “swipe rightly if left ”warning any right-handed people and Modi Bhakts. Cis-men write “die hard feminist”And wear a nose pin. The plans for a perfect date are “overthrow the government“, and almost every Tinder photo of …

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Russia to mine huge copper deposit in Siberia

SIDE OPERATION This photograph taken on September 27, 2021 shows an interior view of the pilot industrial complex of the Udokan mining and metallurgical plant in the Zabaikalsky region of eastern Siberia. AFP PHOTO Udokan, Russia: In 1949, a Soviet expedition to Siberia was looking for uranium to fuel the …

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Will October 2021 be a good month to invest in cryptocurrencies?

The cryptocurrency market continues to perform well in the first trading days of October 2021, Bitcoin has stabilized above the $ 45,000 support, and this is supporting the price of other cryptocurrencies as well. According to the September edition of CryptoCompare’s Digital Asset Management Review, institutional investor interest in cryptocurrencies …

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Bank deposits in local and foreign currencies climb to EGP 4.153 billion, $ 40.925 billion, respectively, in August 2021

Local currency deposits at banks operating in Egypt increased to EGP 4.153 billion in August 2021, from EGP 4.069 billion in July 2021, according to the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE). CBE explained that there are two types of deposits: sight deposits, which recorded around EGP 615.997 billion, and term …

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Who will speak for the Rohingya refugees now?

Mohib Ullah and his family walked for eight days before they could reach Bangladesh. The former Rakhine State schoolteacher lived, lived amid constant death threats for a week, when the Tatmadaw launched their scorched earth campaign to wipe out the existence of Myanmar’s Rohingya in 2017. Once in Bangladesh, Mohib …

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