Derek Chauvin Found Guilty in Death of George Floyd

Derek Chauvin Guilty: Kerry Washington & More Celebs ReactThe jury has come to a verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. On Tuesday, April 20, the Hennepin County Court announced a 12-member jury found Chauvin guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the May 25, 2020 death of George Floyd. Chauvin will…

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SouthEast IT Successfully Prepares Companies Emerging From Lockdown and Work-From-Home Mandates

SouthEast IT has a reputation for helping businesses integrate new technologies and systems into their operations with ease, and now they have launched initiatives to help companies manage returning their employees to an in-person work setting or maintaining a hybrid approach. Parkdale, Victoria, Australia – WEBWIRE – Wednesday, April 14, 2021 “SouthEast IT understands the…

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‘We hope this initiative will help Nutri-Score to rethink’: Olive oil makers launch awards in response to ‘penalising’ FOP labelling

Nutri-Score classifies food and beverages according to their nutritional profile using a scale of five colours and letters (A is green to represent the best nutritional quality while E is dark orange to show it’s the lowest).The front-of-pack nutritional rating label has been officially recommended by health authorities in France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Spain and is the current favourite to…

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Author and Wildlife Photographer Nicki Geigert Receives Praise for Her Book “Who’s Yawning Now?”

Multiple book review publications shared their positive reviews for the playfully colorful yet immersive educational children’s book. Carlsbad, California, USA – WEBWIRE – Friday, April 2, 2021 “This book is about a variety of individual wild animals and even some birds, caught yawning. Describes a few facts about each animal, where it lives, and if…

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Aliétte Fall 2021 Ready-to-Wear

When Jason Rembert last dropped an Aliétte collection, the world was pre-COVID-19, and big-ticket events were still plentiful. The pandemic changed all that, and like his peers, Rembert had to adjust to creating during a time of crisis. He saw 2020’s solemn mood begin to seep into his work. “I began with a dark canvas;…

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