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Month: October 2022

College of the Desert hosts annual State of the College address; update on campus expansion projects

College of the Desert focused on sharing its future growth across its campuses in its annual State of the College address, “COD Rising,” Wednesday. Superintendent/President Martha Garcia, Ed.D., shared details about some of the College’s upcoming projects, including the Palm Springs Development Project, Roadrunner Motors in Cathedral City, and the Indio campus expansion. “In regards

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Sale bajo fianza Luis Fernando Vuteff, empresario presuntamente vinculado a lavado de dinero de PDVSA, en la Florida

macamilarincon (CNN Español) –– El empresario argentino Luis Fernando Vuteff, presuntamente vinculado a un esquema de lavado dinero que involucró a la empresa estatal Petróleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA), salió este lunes de una prisión en la Florida luego de que cumpliera con las condiciones de una fianza, le dijo a CNN este miércoles su abogado

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Analysts say Canada telecom merger could still go forward

TORONTO (AP) — Analysts say a multi-billion-dollar merger between two of Canada’s largest telecommunication companies,could still be completed despite initial government rejection. Federal Industry Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne on Tuesday said he denied the original proposed $19.11 billion merger between Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications.. But he appeared to leave the door open if the

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Meet the Candidates: Rancho Mirage

The Rancho Mirage city council will look much different after the General Election on Nov. 8.  Six candidates are running for three seats on the council making this year’s race a tight one.  The chosen Rancho Mirage council members will be elected at large for four-years terms. News Channel 3 spoke to each candidate running for

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NGO: Libyan Coast Guard threatened to shoot down plane

RENATA BRITO Associated Press BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — The German non-governmental organization Sea-Watch is accusing the Libyan coast guard of threatening to shoot down their monitoring plane that helps documented the interception of migrants in the Mediterranean Sea. Sea-Watch made the statement Wednesday, a day after the incident allegedly took place in the Maltese Search-and-Rescue

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