Suspected human and drug smuggling boat stopped along the Santa Barbara County coast

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – 15 people were arrested after a small boat was spotted along the coast of Santa Barbara County, originally suspected of being involved in a human and drug smuggling operation from from Mexico. The ship is often referred to as a panga boat. He had an engine. …

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Telecommunications companies get green light to increase voice, data and SMS tariffs

The herald Business journalist Zimbabwe’s Posts and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (Potraz) has given the green light to telecoms operators to increase off-plan tariffs by 30% on average as the industry continues to fight rising input costs. State-owned mobile network operator NetOne was the first to adjust its tariffs yesterday while …

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Key players in EU and Western Balkans to fight disinformation come together

The Commission presented its 4th report on the follow-up of the EU visa-free regime with Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia, as well as Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. The report focuses on actions taken in 2020 to address the recommendations of the 3rd report under the visa …

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Freeze the order on the accounts of suspected drug traffickers, assets served

GEL ORDER. Authorities served a freezing order on one of the 17 properties of two drug figures on Monday (September 27, 2021). The order covers 173 bank and credit accounts, insurance policies, 17 properties and five motor vehicles from Julie Hao Gamboa, alias Kimberly, and husbands Ruben and Teresita Taguba. …

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Is Turkey’s membership of the European Union dead?

Al-Arab, London, September 21 Last August, The Economist’s editorial board suggested what most of us have known and believed for a long time: that Turkey’s EU accession process is dead. The Turkish government was quick to respond. In a letter published by Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister and Head of European …

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AFOA Calls For Tariff Relief As US Industry Confronts Shipping Crisis

American Apparel & Footwear Association President and CEO Steve Lamar sent letter to U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Katherine Tai requesting relief from Section 301 tariffs which are the remnants of the Trump administration’s trade war and which threaten the survival of thousands of companies facing an unprecedented situation. interruption of …

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Andrew Adonis presents ‘step by step plan’ to reverse Brexit and join EU | Politics | New

Taking part in an event on the sidelines of the party’s annual conference, the arch-Europhile called on activists to work multi-party to overturn the 2016 referendum. He said joining the EU was “our destiny” and urged them activists to “look to the future”. Outlining his step-by-step plan, he said EU …

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The Balkans could be the EU’s ‘next economic engine’ – Orbán

Image by photocosmos1 / Shutterstock.com Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said the Balkans could be the European Union’s “next economic engine”, addressing a meeting of speakers from the Visegrád Group and South East Europe in Budapest. Orbán said the Balkans are the EU’s “next big opportunity”, adding that West Europeans cannot …

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High logistics costs and import duties on raw materials and machinery are matters of concern, says Pawan Goenka

“There is a misnomer that because of lower labor costs, Indian manufacturing is very competitive,” Goenka explains. Industry players largely want to do what is right for India, although there may be some exceptions, says Chairman of the Steering Committee for the Promotion of Value Added and Local Exports (SCALE) …

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Turkey in German elections, as evidenced by party manifestos – Ronald Meinardus

Rarely has the outcome of elections in Germany been as uncertain as it is today. As for pollsters, the country could face tough coalition negotiations after Sunday’s vote. In the latter, foreign policy issues will not be the dominant concern, but they will play an important role. Recent events in …

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