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The Mylon collection, the result of years of research and designed specifically for sports, is made from a high performance matte polyamide frame unlike anything else on the market. This season the brand has collaborated with Croatian born designer Damir Doma, who references the work of artist Sterling Ruby for his Rita and Vivien shades for women. The result its collect combines industrial grade surgical steel dressed in a skin of Italian military cotton cloth sourced exclusively from the Lanificio Cerruti archives.
A helicopter from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 3 combats a fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) at Naval Base San Diego, Tuesday, July 14, 2020. A Navy statement says there’s been significant progress and much less smoke is being emitted from the USS Bonhomme Richard on Tuesday. Navy via AP).
There was a three year period that soured Merlin on Phil Collins, but he loves almost everything else. Phil Collins is a very nice man and a stand up dude, and Merlin will sit there with some red wine and watch all of the old Genesis live videos. He will watch Peter Gabriel come out with bat ears and he will watch the flowers (from Watcher of the Skies, 1972 tour).
The British charity cited UNESCO data showing that in April, 1.6 billion young people were shut out of school and university due to measures to contain COVID 19 about 90 percent of the world’s entire student population.”For the first time in human history, an entire generation of children globally have had their education disrupted,” it said in a new report, Save our Education.It said the economic fall out of the crisis could force an extra 90 to 117 million children into poverty, with a knock on effect on school admissions.With many young people required to work or girls forced into early marriage to support their families, this could see between seven and 9.7 million children dropping out of school permanently.At the same time, the charity warned the crisis could leave a shortfall of $77 billion in education budgets in low and middle income countries by the end of 2021.”Around 10 million children may never return to school this is an unprecedented education emergency and governments must urgently invest in learning,” Save the Children chief executive Inger Ashing said.”Instead we are at risk of unparallelled budget cuts which will see existing inequality explode between the rich and the poor, and between boys and girls.”The charity urged governments and donors to invest more funds behind a new global education plan to help children back into school when it is safe and until then support distance learning.”We know the poorest, most marginalised children who were already the furthest behind have suffered the greatest loss, with no access to distance learning or any kind of education for half an academic year,” Ashing said.Save the Children also urged commercial creditors to suspend debt repayments for low income countries a move it said could free up $14 billion for education programmes.”If we allow this education crisis to unfold, the impact on children’s futures will be long lasting,” Ashing said.”The promise the world has made to ensure all children have access to a quality education by 2030, will be set back by years, ” she said, citing the United Nations goal.The report listed 12 countries where children are most at risk of falling behind: Niger, Mali, Chad, Liberia, Afghanistan, Guinea, Mauritania, Yemen, Nigeria, Pakistan, Senegal and Ivory Coast.Before the crisis, an estimated 258 million children and adolescents were already missing out on school, the charity said. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which will include “scenario based training and exercises,” is spreading alarm among civil liberties and immigration rights organizations which question why the agency is devoting resources to providing civilians with “firearms familiarization” and instruction in “targeted arrests.” The program, set to begin in Chicago this fall as “a pilot for nationwide implementation,” will be run by ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations branch, which is responsible for detaining and deporting immigrants. A memo from Robert Guadian, the director of ICE ERO Chicago field office, which was obtained by Yahoo News, describes a six week program (four hour sessions held once a week) during which “participants will gain insight into the many facets and responsibilities of ICE/ERO operations” through, among other things, “scenario based training and exercises conducted in a safe and positive environment, including, but not limited to, defensive tactics, firearms familiarization, and targeted arrests.”An Alaska Airlines flight was forced to land when a passenger threatened to kill everyone on boardAn Alaska Airlines flight was forced to turn around and make an emergency landing after a passenger on board became “extremely belligerent and physically aggressive” shortly after takeoff on Saturday.