Belgium: Counterterrorism Operations Raise Concerns
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Belgium: Counterterrorism Operations Raise Concerns

This is Molenbeek, a neighborhood of Brussels. Many perpetrators of the deadly attacks in Paris in 2015 and in Brussels in 2016 came from here. . Since those attacks, the Belgium government has enacted a raft of new counterterrorism laws and regulations The police have carried out hundreds of raids. Several of those targeted told us that the police had…

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Raising an issue at work
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Raising an issue at work

I’ve worked on the Acas helpline for six years. My role is to help employers and employees resolve actual or potential employment tribunal disputes. I spend most of my time working directly with employers providing them with the skills and knowledge training in all sorts of management issues. They come with lots of issues. Some things are to do with…

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Hikers Take to the Appalachian Trail to Escape the Real World. This Time, They Couldnt.   The New Yo
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Hikers Take to the Appalachian Trail to Escape the Real World. This Time, They Couldnt. The New Yo

Hikers Take to the Appalachian Trail to Escape the Real World. This Time, They Couldnt. The New Yo ASHBY GAP, Va. — The hikers who embark on are less a community than an extended family, an outdoorsy hive that trades gossip, commiserates, treats blisters and shares provisions along 2,190 odd miles of narrow dirt path stretching from Georgia to Maine.…

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GPI – Bruce Freeman Rail Trail
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GPI – Bruce Freeman Rail Trail

Bruce Freeman really was the mastermind behind this project. He envisioned a multi-use path basically along this abandoned rail corridoor. That would go from Lowell, Massachusetts all the way down to Framingham, Massachusetts With his passing back in 1986, the Friends of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail was formed. That committee basically carried the torch since his passing. They’ve been…

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