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Trump’s indefinite Facebook ban upheld by oversight board

AOL 05 May 2021
In the meantime, Mr Trump’s accounts remain suspended.” ... The board is made up of a number of experts from various fields ranging from government and journalism, to digital rights and law. Former Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger and Denmark’s former prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt are among its members ... .
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Want to ward off heart disease? A daily cup of green veggies may help

Atlanta Journal 05 May 2021
You’ve heard of the saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but what about a cup of leafy green veggies? ... Annually, around 655,000 Americans die from the condition ... The findings were published last month in the European Journal of Epidemiology. Using data from the researchers analyzed more than 50,000 people in Denmark over a 23-year period.
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Lost Viking elite rediscovered

Heritage Daily 04 May 2021
Archaeologists in Denmark have found the remains of a Viking elite individual lost for over 100 years ... The remains were found in the Bjerringhøj burial mound, Denmark, during excavations in 1868 ... Fast-forward to 2018, when a research project began studying Viking textiles in the National Museum of Denmark’s collection.
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Aussie researchers find eating leafy green vegetables helps reduce risk for heart disease

China.dot.org 04 May 2021
The research, revealed on Tuesday, was conducted by Edith Cowan University, the University of Western Australia and the Danish Cancer Society, and the findings were published in European Journal of Epidemiology. Based on data from over 50,000 people residing in Denmark over a ...
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Today in History for May 4, 2021

The Berkshire Eagle 04 May 2021
Today is Tuesday, May 4, the 124th day of 2021. There are 241 days left in the year.Today’s Highlight in History. On May 4, 1961. The first group of “Freedom Riders” left Washington, D.C ... Also on this date. In 1626 ... In 1776 ... During World War II, German forces in the Netherlands, Denmark and northwest Germany agreed to surrender. Support our journalism ... ....
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Denmark removes J&J from vaccination program over clot fears

Stars and Stripes 03 May 2021
Please support our journalism with a subscription. COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Denmark on Monday removed the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 shot from its vaccination program to investigate reports of rare but potentially dangerous blood clots ... The J&J vaccine hadn't been in use in Denmark, but there had been plans to administer the shot.
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Journalists around the world call on Kremlin to stop suppression of Russian media

Ghana Business News 03 May 2021
Russian independent media, and investigative journalism in particular, is under grave threat ... Søren Kristensen (Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), Denmark) ... Knight Journalism Fellowships, USA) ... Joel Konopo (Ink Centre for Investigative Journalism, Botswana) ... Knight Journalism Fellowships, USA) ... Mogens Schmidt (Denmark) ... Laura Lokdam (Denmark).
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WTA L'Open 35 De Saint-Malo Results

The Berkshire Eagle 03 May 2021
Monday. At Tennis Club J.A Saint-Malo ... Purse ... Clara Tauson (1), Denmark, def ... Quality local journalism needs your support ... ....
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Variant from Brazil likely more transmissible and able to evade immunity; test could predict severe cases: Coronavirus roundup for April 30, 2021

Cleveland 30 Apr 2021
The coronavirus variant discovered in Brazil is likely more transmissible and able to evade immunity produced by a prior infection, according to a study published in the journal Science. Researchers from the U.K., Brazil and the University of Copenhagen in Denmark determined the ...
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Lactic acid bacteria can extend the shelf life of foods

Phys Dot Org 27 Apr 2021
Researchers at the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, have generated a lactic acid bacterium that efficiently secretes a food-grade preservative when grown on dairy waste ... 10.1021/acs.jafc.0c07816 Journal information. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Provided by Technical University of Denmark.
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Media watchdog calls China as biggest jailer of journalists

Beijing News 21 Apr 2021
The index examines the press freedom situation in 180 countries and territories, and RSF said its data showed that journalism is "totally blocked or seriously impeded" in nearly three-quarters of the countries evaluated, making it even harder for people to access proper information at a time of a health emergency.
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Press freedom: how governments are using COVID as an excuse to crack down on the ...

The Conversation 20 Apr 2021
According to RSF’s data, journalism is currently completely blocked or seriously impeded in 73 countries and constrained in 59 countries ... Only 12 out of the countries ranked are deemed to have a free and favourable environment for journalism (one fewer than last year) ... This too, according to the UN, represents an assault on journalism.
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China is world’s ‘biggest jailer of journalists’ – RSF

Joy Online 20 Apr 2021
The index evaluates the press freedom situation in 180 countries and territories, and RSF said its data showed that journalism is “totally blocked or seriously impeded” in nearly three-quarters of the countries evaluated, making it even harder for people to access proper information at a time of a health emergency.
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China is world’s ‘biggest jailer of journalists’, says RSF

Al Jazeera 20 Apr 2021
The index evaluates the press freedom situation in 180 countries and territories, and RSF said its data showed that journalism is “totally blocked or seriously impeded” in nearly three-quarters of the countries evaluated, making it even harder for people to access proper information at a time of a health emergency.
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Investigation: Stonecrest mayor’s church received unsolicited $150K grant

Atlanta Journal 15 Apr 2021
Stonecrest Mayor Jason Lary’s church received $150,000 as part of the city’s coronavirus relief program despite never applying for the aid, according to a new report by City Attorney Winston Denmark ... Denmark found no evidence the company ever performed any services.
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