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PRAGUE, Czechia — With three men’s world championships now played since the International Ice Hockey Federation banned Russian athletes, the global hockey community appears to have completely moved on without one of the sport’s most decorated countries.This year’s IIHF World Hockey Championship was a success by any measure, smashing the previous attendance record while delivering a compelling competition and memorable gold-medal final.There was certainly no feeling on the ground that anything was lacking or missing.From the European nations, in particular, there continues to be heavy support for the IIHF’s ban of Russia and Belarus. Those two countries have been excluded…

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A local college and the City of Winnipeg are marking Menstrual Hygiene Day with a focus on cost and accessibility. On Tuesday, Red River College (RRC) announced it put baskets of free menstrual products, including tampons and pads, in every washroom on campus.Jodi Pluchinski, director of safety, health and security services at RRC, says the move is about reducing barriers for all students.“One in three Canadian women have to choose between purchasing menstrual products over other essentials. That’s a large demographic in our college community, and we don’t ever want anyone to have to miss a class because they don’t have access…

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Western Mines Group appears to be increasing the size of its Mulga Tank nickel project in WA’s Eastern Goldfields region with every drillhole after delivering an impressive new spot reading of 57.3 per cent nickel at a depth of 1600m.The company says core from its latest State Government co-funded drilling reveals many visible high-grade veins and segregated sulphides within an 860m stretch. It believes the depths where it is finding the nickel signifies the potential for a massive sulphide component to be sourced due to the frequent visible veining and high-grade mineralised sections.Management says the associated elevated levels of copper…

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The yuan’s internationalisation index, as measured by China’s central bank, has considerably improved since 2009, but it still lags far behind the dollar and the euro in terms of trade settlement, international payments, forex trading and central bank forex reserves. The new survey found that other obstacles included fluctuations in the yuan exchange rate, interest-rate differentials between the yuan and foreign currencies, and hurdles to cross-border capital flows. More than 63.84 per cent of respondents cited the “complexity of policies” as the main obstacle, and more than 40 per cent said difficulties lie in the “compatibility of laws and regulations”…

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The younger generation in Japan has frequently called out their elders for their casual sexism, excessive work expectations and unwillingness to give up power.But a surprise television hit has people talking about whether the oldsters might have gotten a few things right, especially as some in Japan — like their counterparts in the United States and Europe — question the heightened sensitivities associated with “wokeness.”The show, “Extremely Inappropriate!,” features a foul-talking, crotchety physical education teacher and widowed father who boards a public bus in 1986 Japan and finds himself whisked to 2024.He leaves an era when it was perfectly acceptable…

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Venezuelan officials rescinded an invitation to the European Union to observe the upcoming July 28 presidential elections, another stark sign that President Nicolás Maduro is unlikely to cede power despite allowing an opposition candidate to run against him.After months of intensified repression by the Maduro government — which banned legitimate challengers from the ballot, jailed political opponents and cracked down on civil society — the country’s electoral authority surprised many in April when it allowed the former diplomat Edmundo González to register as an opposition candidate.The Venezuelan government has been choked by sanctions from the United States and the European…

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The temporary pier that the U.S. military constructed and put in place to provide much-needed humanitarian aid for Gaza has broken apart in rough seas, the Pentagon said on Tuesday.The latest calamity to befall the pier endeavor punctuated a particularly grim several days in Gaza, where Israeli forces have ramped up attacks on the city of Rafah just two days after carrying out a deadly strike that killed dozens of people.“Unfortunately, we had a perfect storm of high sea states, and then, as I mentioned, this North African weather system also came in at the same time, creating not an…

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Descrease article font size Increase article font size It was win or go home on Tuesday night for the Moose Jaw Warriors, as they needed a win against the Drummondville Voltigeurs to advance to the Memorial Cup semifinals. And it would be a promising start for the Warriors.A nice play at 13:04 of the first period that involved some tic-tac-toe passing from Lynden Lakovic to Atley Calvert to Vojtech Port, resulted in a 1-0 lead for Moose Jaw.In the second period at the 5:10 mark, on the man advantage, Moose Jaw’s Brayden Yager would find Jagger Firkus for a one-timer…

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Fluctuating disease rates, innovative treatments and talk of “moonshots” in the White House may make cancer seem like a modern scourge. But a new discovery highlights how humans dealt with the illness and hunted for cures as far back as the time of the ancient Egyptians.Scientists led by Edgard Camarós, a paleopathologist at the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain were studying an approximately 4,600-year-old Egyptian skull when they found signs of brain cancer and its treatment.“There was an uncomfortable silence in the room, because we knew what we had just discovered,” Dr. Camarós said.Using a microscope, he and…

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