Monthly Archives: September 2021

BoT adds guidelines for debt consolidation

BoT adds guidelines for debt consolidation Move aims to reduce interest burden The Bank of Thailand (BoT) plans to implement additional guidelines for the debt consolidation program to help retail borrowers reduce interest rate charges. The BoT has prepared additional debt relief options to help borrowers ease their debt burden …

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Debt Consolidation Vs. Debt Settlement – What Are The Main Differences?

There are many reasons why people get into debt. These may include necessary expenses such as hospital visits, repairing a car in the event of an unexpected breakdown, or home repairs that need to be done. Whatever the reason, it’s easy to fall behind if you don’t have the money. …

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Who Wrote BTS’s Powerful UN Speech? The identity of the speechwriter remains a mystery

A week after South Korean President Moon Jae-in appointed musical sensation BTS to a cultural diplomacy role, the group accompanied Moon to New York for the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. As “the president’s special envoys for future generations and culture”, their first official duty was an …

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A page from the original manuscript of The Hound of the Baskerville is on sale for £ 145,000

[ad_1] One of the 37 surviving pages of the original manuscript of The Hound of the Baskerville is on sale for £ 145,000 A single handwritten page of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle sells for £ 145,000 The rare manuscript is from Sherlock Holmes’ novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles This …

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Manuscript reveals battle between Greeks and Goths at Thermopylae

[ad_1] The Thermopyles site. Credit: Fkerasar / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0 An ancient manuscript that was recently revealed indicates that in 262 BC there was another battle at Thermopylae which essentially saved Greece from the Goths. In 2007, Jana Grusková, PhD, of Masaryk University, discovered a manuscript fragment …

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David Kushner, journalist behind A24’s “Zola”, to publish next book on Substack (EXCLUSIVE)

[ad_1] David Kushner, best-selling author and journalist whose stories are often developed for film and television, will publish his next book on Substack. Kushner’s magazine articles have inspired films like A24’s “Zola” and upcoming projects involving Christian Bale and Spike Lee. Substack, a subscription-based newsletter service, will now house its …

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Queen vows against abdication according to biographer

[ad_1] Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch, will not resign to hand over the throne to her 70-year-old son or 39-year-old grandson, the author of a new biography said, due to of “binding promises in presence” undertaken at his coronation in June 1953 at Westminster Abbey. As early as …

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Two men accused of murdering journalist Lyra Mckee

[ad_1] Two men stand accused in the murder of journalist Lyra Mckee who was shot while covering the Londonderry riots in 2019 Ms McKee, 29, was gunned down by dissident Republicans in Londonderry in 2019 The men were also charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition with intent Extremist …

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The moment the Taliban attack a journalist for interviewing a woman during a protest

The moment Taliban fighters attack a journalist for interviewing a woman during a protest against the regime for seizing 3,000 family homes from its troops A radio journalist was covering the protests when he was beaten by the Taliban He was talking to a widow who was protesting an eviction …

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Africa mourns the death of Amobé Mévégué, a journalist who “gave everyone the microphone”

Published on: 09/09/2021 – 16:26Amended: 09/09/2021 – 17:05 Several big names in the African music scene have expressed their shock and sadness following the sudden death of Franco-Cameroonian journalist Amobé Mévégué, who died on Wednesday at the age of 53. He worked at RFI radio for more than fifteen years …

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KBIA reporter interviews biographers and authors about the Jane Austen project

[ad_1] Someone who has been in cultural consciousness for over 200 years, like Jane Austen, arrives at your doorstep with some baggage. People perceive Austen and his canonical novels – “Sense and Sensibility”, “Pride and Prejudice” and “Emma”, among them – in a certain way. They assume they know who …

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Father of American Journalist Beheaded by ‘ISIS Beatle’ Speaks Out After Terrorist Pleads Guilty

The father of a US journalist who was beheaded by an Islamic State ‘Beatles’ operative says there is now ‘a bit of justice’ after he saw one of the terrorists plead guilty in the incident which marked the seventh anniversary of her son’s death. Art Sotloff, father of Steven Joel …

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Here is the original manuscript of the NYC street grid plan

Early Manhattan grew organically as residents settled on the southern tip of an island filled with hills, cliffs, streams, and wetlands. Individuals built streets around private land boundaries and natural barriers such as creeks, creating a tangle of roads familiar to anyone who has explored neighborhoods like Greenwich Village. But …

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British journalist and father of two shot dead in armed robbery during filming in Ghana

[ad_1] Syed Taalay Ahmed of Hartlepool was working for London-based Muslim TV channel MTA International when he was killed by gunmen while filming a documentary Syed Taalay Ahmed was filming documentary in Ghana when he was ambushed ( Image: MTA Television) A British journalist was shot dead by armed robbers …

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