Both the countries of origin (where people emigrate from) and the profile of migrants has changed significantly in recent years.
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Hawaii officials are urging the community to work collectively to prevent the spread of dengue fever, as the case count rose to 15 on the Big Island as of Wednesday afternoon.State vector control experts are on ground on the Big Island to conduct mosquito abatement, but stopping the virus will take community involvement, Hawaii State Epidemiologist and Chief of the Disease Outbreak Control Division Sarah Park told PBN.
On 20 October, France’s highest court of criminal appeals upheld the conviction of a dozen Palestine solidarity activists for publicly calling for the boycott of Israeli goods.The ruling by the Court of Cassation adds to growing concerns about the harsh crackdown on free speech, backed by French President François Hollande, since the murders of journalists at the offices of the magazine Charlie Hebdo in January.It also makes France, along with Israel, the only country to penalize appeals not to buy Israeli goods.But the French law, which includes criminal penalties, is arguably harsher than Israel’s which allows boycott supporters to be pursued for financial damages, but not jailed.
Maids and other domestic workers from India, particularly those in Tamil Nadu large numbers of whom seek employment in the Gulf, will not be able to seek employment in Kuwait, which on Wednesday officially suspended issuing entry visas to Indian domestic workers.
In its ongoing mission to revolutionize school education, the Vasundhara Raje government plans to omit from Hindi text books stories and poems written by noted Urdu writers Ismat Chugtai and Safdar Hashmi and short narratives that revolve around Muslim characters.
Luís Ortíz, 26, became disoriented and started vomiting, and doctors found the larva embedded in a cyst that was stemming the flow of water to his brain
When the headaches first started in late August, Luís Ortíz tried to ignore them.
But after a day spent skateboarding in early September, the 26-year-old university student found the pain had become too much to bear.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Long before the deaths of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Freddie Gray, more than half of African-American millennials indicated they, or someone they knew, had been victimized by violence or harassment from law enforcement, a new report says….
NEW YORK (AP) — Pressure continued to mount on NBC to cancel Donald Trump’s guest-host appearance on this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live” as a coalition of advocacy groups delivered petitions to the network Wednesday calling for him to be dropped from the show….
Well, here’s nightmare fodder for pretty much ever. Sacramento State senior Luis Ortiz just thought he had an awful headache, but when he sought medical attention, he learned that things were much, much worse. Wormy worse.According to CBS5, the Napa man was rushed to the hospital after the pain in his head worsened. Once he was there, doctors made a gruesome discovery: Ortiz had a tapeworm in his head. It laid eggs. And those eggs caused a cyst that was preventing blood from circulating, which doctors say means he would have died in the next 30 minutes without medical attention.