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Mamoru Hosoda Explains How ‘Belle’ Portrays The Real-Life Child Abuse Crisis

Mamoru Hosoda, one of Japan’s most prolific anime directors, is back with his new production Beautiful, which is currently in theaters in the US and will hit theaters in the UK on Friday, February 4. The film follows high school student Suzu, who struggles with her grief over the loss …

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UNICEF seeks stakeholder collaboration in Benue – The Sun Nigeria

By Rose Ejembi, Makurdi The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has sought the collaboration of religious and community leaders in Benue State to improve birth registration. The Head of UNICEF Field Office in Enugu, Dr Ibrahim Conteh said this Friday during a day of stakeholder engagement with religious, traditional and …

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The PH Red Cross calls for more donations for Surigao del Norte, the success of Odette

The President and CEO of the Philippine Red Cross (PRC), Senator Richard Gordon, appealed to the public on Saturday January 15 to continue donating to the PRC fund for the victims of Typhoon Odette. (Photo by Philippine Red Cross/MANILA BULLETIN) The urgent response for those affected by Typhoon Odette continues …

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State prepares to tackle food insecurity with summer nutrition program

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – The new year is when the Louisiana Department of Education and Department of Agriculture and Forestry (DOAF) begin preparing for summer. Their mission is to make sure no child goes hungry. “Without this program, many children will starve to death, and that’s the bottom line,” …

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Marilyn Mosby indicted by federal government for accepting COVID-19 relief payments

Marilyn Mosby speaks during ‘Genius Talks’ at the 2017 BET Experience on June 24, 2017 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images for BET.) Federal prosecutors have obtained a criminal indictment against the Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby (D), the most prominent and outspoken elected prosecutor in her …

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UNICEF calls for attitude change in under-5 birth registration in Benue – The Sun Nigeria

By Rose Ejembi, Makurdi The United Nations Children’s Fund UNICEF has called for a change of attitude in the registration of children under five in Benue State, pointing out that currently birth registration of children under 5 in the state is very poor. The Head of UNICEF Enugu Field Office, …

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Newsom’s proposed budget doubles down on climate, food and agriculture

Governor Newsom just came out Budget 2022-23 the proposal rightly recognizes the profound impact of climate change on our state’s food and agriculture system and the need for significant investment to ensure that it is resilient, healthy and equitable. Sunchoke plants growing at the LA Green Grounds Teaching Garden in …

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KBRA assigns preliminary ratings to FREED ABS Trust 2022-1FP

NEW YORK, January 12, 2022– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – KBRA Provides Preliminary Ratings to Four Classes of Notes Issued by FREED ABS Trust 2022-1FP (“FREED 2022-1FP”), $ 232.89 Million Consumer Loan Asset Backed Securities Transaction . The preliminary ratings reflect initial credit enhancement levels of 58.75% for Class A Notes, 37.75% …

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Smollan acquires Argility Technology Group from Capital Eye Investments

South Africa’s Argility Technology Group was acquired by the Smollan Group, a global smart commerce solutions company that strives to generate growth for retailers and brand owners on five continents, including ‘Africa. Marko Salic, CEO, Argility Technology Group. Source: provided Smollan acquired ATG from Capital Eye Investments – a private …

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3 UNICEF Suggestions on Personal Care for Parents to Make Children Happy

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund or Unicef in short, is an organization under the auspices of the United Nations that has focused on the well-being and condition of children. UNICEF’s attention is not limited to children, but also to parents. Because the well-being of parents …

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