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Islamic defense consulting firm attacks the West

ISTANBUL: This photograph published by SADAT International shows Melih Tanriverdi, CEO of SADAT International Defense Consultancy, posing in Istanbul. SADAT boss Melih Tanriverdi is seething that his private defense consultancy has become Turkey’s secret weapon in the wars in North Africa and the Middle East. – AFP ISTANBUL: Turkish businessman …

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Supply chain disruptions show fragile and risky system

From grocery stores to school systems, Americans continue to feel the supply chain issues that emerged with the pandemic. “Capacity is normally tight during this time of year leading up to the holidays,” said Steve Gordon, a veteran North West trucking executive. “Reviving the global economy while large parts of …

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Sane strikes twice as spotless Bayern sinks Benfica

BERLIN: Leroy Sane scored twice in the second half to inspire Bayern Munich to a 4-0 win at Benfica on Wednesday 20 October, as the German giants maintained their perfect Champions League group stage record this season. Bayern have now won three out of three games without conceding a goal …

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Improve the speed of our trains and their access

On Sunday, the City Rail Link reached its final milestone with the tunnel boring machine breaking through to Karangahape station and right on target – great work for everyone involved. Once completed, the CRL will transform our rail network, but it will take more time and investment to fully realize …

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Vaccines, masks? Japan puzzled by sudden success of virus

TOKYO – Almost overnight, Japan turned into an astonishing and somewhat mysterious coronavirus success story. New daily COVID-19 cases have fallen from a peak of nearly 6,000 in mid-August in Tokyo, with the number of cases in the densely populated capital now consistently below 100, an 11-month low. The bars …

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Avoiding a (supply chain) nightmare before Christmas

If everyone’s holiday gifts are stuck on a ship somewhere, then why doesn’t toy store owner Don Kipper care? Kipper and his daughter Lily run Kip’s Toyland, billed as Los Angeles’ oldest toy store, and Kipper the elder says he’s really not worried about the massive global supply chain issues …

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Autonomous Train Market Size, Outlook and Key Companies – Siemens AG, Alstom SA, Bombardier Inc, Hitachi, General Electric, Thales Group

New Jersey, United States, – The report on the Market analysis of objects will be comprehensive with a focus on the competitive landscape, geographic growth, segmentation and market dynamics, including drivers, restraints and opportunities. Illuminate key production, revenue, and consumption trends so that gamers can improve sales and growth in …

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