Red Flame Tessa Wullaert “on fire” in Manchester

Red Flame Tessa Wullaert “on fire” in Manchester

In women’s football, Fleming Tessa Wullaert enjoyed an excellent day with Manchester City. In the starting 11 for the first time this season, she scored twice against Leicester City to be chosen “Player of the Match”. Man City won the game 4-0. “I am glad I don’t have to wait too long for my first goals with my new employer”. Wullaert is a Belgian international player who left Wolfsburg last season to try her luck with Manchester City. She scored twice against Leicester to be chosen Player of the Match:…

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Princess Elizabeth travels to Wales

Princess Elizabeth travels to Wales

The Royal Princess of Belgium Elizabeth left our shores for the Atlantic College in the Glamorgan Valley in Wales. A 16-year-old child will complete his secondary education in the principality. Princess Elisabeth completed the entrance test here in Brussels and will start school in Wales together with eleven other Belgians. She is following the International Baccalaureate in preparation of university studies. This week a special introductory week starts at the Welsh college outside Cardiff. School proper commences next week. Lessons are combined with what are labelled “social and cultural activities”…

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Uber will diversify in electric bicycles and scooters to stimulate growth

Uber will diversify in electric bicycles and scooters to stimulate growth

Uber should switch his attention from taxis to electric bicycles and scooters to develop his global business, his chief executive said. The ride-hailing app will promote different modes of transport that can work better in congested inner cities, to keep Uber users on its platform. Dara Khosrowshahi told the Financial Times (paywall) that while the move would cost Uber in the short term, in the long term it would be better for cities, users and the company. He said: “During rush-hour, it is very inefficient for a one-ton hulk of…

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How not to help Ukraine: Ihor Raynin, Y. Svitlychna and D. Shuval and their inflatable Kharkiv Regional Representation Office

How not to help Ukraine: Ihor Raynin, Y. Svitlychna and D. Shuval and their inflatable Kharkiv Regional Representation Office

As Ukraine was thrown into the Western zone of influence it has quickly realized the need to develop the usual toolset to influence the politics to the state’s favor. In Unites Stated the legal way to build up the presence is called lobby. Lobbyists need to be properly registered. Their success is based on how well suited to the political landscape they are. Lobby companies are working for decades and there is little room for the new ones. As reports on the new lobby office of the Kharkiv region has…

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