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A Farmacy Cleansing Balm
A Drunk Elephant Antioxidant Face Oil
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Mighty Patch pimple patches
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A Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask
An Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Mask
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And a Versed Overnight Facial Peel
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Emma Coburn cruised to victory in the women's 3,000 metres steeplechase at the U.S. Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon on Thursday to book her spot at the Tokyo Games, while six-times Olympic champion Allyson Felix advanced to the 200m semi-finals. Rio Games bronze medallist Coburn clocked 9:09.41 to win her seventh straight U.S. title, finishing more than two seconds ahead of Courtney Frerichs, and dedicated her win to her mother, who has stage 4 cancer.
For decades, when LGBTQ people have gathered to take part in New York City’s annual Pride march, they’ve made their presence known with every color and type of clothing imaginable. As the city's annual Pride weekend approaches, a recent decision by organizers of New York City's event to ban LGBTQ police officers from marching in uniform in future parades has put a spotlight on issues of identity and belonging, power and marginalization. For some, cops shouldn't have a uniformed presence at a march commemorating the 1969 Stonewall uprising, sparked by a police raid on a gay bar.
They were convicted of the same crime: the 2011 killing of a Boston teen as part of a gang feud. Sheldon Mattis, who was just eight months older, was ordered to spend the rest of his life behind bars. U.S. Supreme Court rulings and state laws in recent years have limited or banned the use of life sentences without the possibility of parole for people who commit crimes as juveniles because of the potential for change.
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Timeline Guidance for Both Programs Confirmed Leuven, BE, Boston, MA, US – June 25, 2021 – 07.00 AM CET – Oxurion NV (Euronext Brussels: OXUR), a biopharmaceutical company developing next generation standard of care ophthalmic therapies, with a clinical stage portfolio in vascular retinal disorders, today announced a restructuring plan to better align resources towards executing its clinical development strategy, including advancing its two novel programs, THR-687 and THR-149. Following a detail
Pixium Vision appoints experienced international financial executive Offer Nonhoff as CFO Paris, France, June 25 2021 – 07.00 CET– Pixium Vision SA (Euronext Growth Paris - FR0011950641), a bioelectronics company that develops innovative bionic vision systems to enable patients who have lost their sight to live more independent lives, announces the appointment of the experienced international executive Offer Nonhoff as Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately. Offer Nonhoff is a seasoned e
Libtayo® (cemiplimab) approved by the European Commission for first-line treatment of patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer with ≥50% PD-L1 expression Approval based on a Phase 3 trial demonstrating Libtayo significantly improved overall survival compared to chemotherapy in advanced NSCLC that included challenging-to-treat patient populationsLibtayo now approved by the European Commission for three advanced cancers PARIS and TARRYTOWN, NY – June 25, 2021 - The European Commission (EC
As many as 751 unmarked graves were discovered on Thursday at another former Indian residential school in Canada's Saskatchewan.The discovery at the Marieval Indian Residential School marks the largest to date, as Canada continues to reckon with its past abuse of indigenous peoples.In a statement, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote that he was "terribly saddened," telling indigenous peoples "the hurt and the trauma that you feel is Canada’s responsibility to bear."Cowessess First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme told reporters it's unclear how many of the remains found belong to indigenous children."But there are oral stories that there are adults in this gravesite as well, because it was the Roman Catholic Church that overseen this gravesite. Some may have went to the church and from our local towns and they could have been buried here as well."Canada's residential school system, which operated between 1831 and 1996, forcibly removed some 150,000 indigenous children from their families.The mostly Catholic residential schools, run on behalf of the federal government, often subjected the children to malnutrition, physical and sexual abuse.The Cowessess First Nation's discovery comes a month after the discovery of 215 unmarked graves at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia.Local Catholic officials have given the Cowessess over $50,000 to help restore the Marieval site and identify unmarked graves, and repeated an earlier apology for the "failures and sins of Church leaders and staff".
Travel industry bosses have cautiously welcomed the expansion of the green list – but warned it “fails to go far enough”. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced that a number of destinations are being added to the green list for travel, from which returning travellers are not required to self-isolate, from Wednesday. Airport Operators Association chief executive Karen Dee said: “Any extension of the green list is welcome, however small, but we also have to be realistic: this is not yet the meaningful restart the aviation industry needs to be able to recover from the pandemic.”
Malaysian palm oil company IOI Corporation said on Friday it had been made aware of a letter from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) about opening an investigation into allegations of labour abuses at the company. According to IOI, CBP in the letter to a labour activist acknowledged the receipt of a petition providing information on alleged forced labour conditions at the company and found it sufficient to open an investigation.