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The fifth-grade art teacher, David Jamison, shared a video recently receiving students at the school with his signature style.
Turkey is home to around 3.5 million Syrian refugees, and most of those benefitting from the programme are Syrian.
A teacher working for a public school in the Northern Emirates accuses a 9th grade student’s mother of insulting him in front of his students at school and his children at home.
It does not happen often, and when it happens it remains a wonder. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson writes a letter to French President Emmanuel Macron but committed the unforgivable diplomatic sin of putting the whole text on his Twitter account.
His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, has approved a wide-ranging reform of the country’s legal system, which aims to strengthen economic, investment and commercial opportunities, in addition to maximising social stability, security and ensuring the rights of both individuals and institutions.
Even his enemies concede Tony Blair knows how to do two things. One is to win elections; the other is to generate headlines. “Blair calls for Labour to reject ‘wokeism’” is a good example.
In many parts of the world, or at least first world countries, the vaccination rates have reached a high enough level that we can return to an almost normal life. There are still some restrictions on travel, mask wearing is required in some circumstances and those that are not double vaccinated are excluded from some venues and activities.