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Engineers Without Borders Canada invests in pioneering Kenyan ...

/PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Engineers Without Borders Canada, an early-stage investor in Africa-based social enterprises, announced today its support for Kwangu-Kwako , a Kenyan social enterprise that builds safer homes for families in informal ... Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago

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MVJ College of Engineering Organized Engineers Without Border (EWB) Event

An inspiring event EWB organized by MVJCE, Bangalore on February 2016. This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire Bangalore, Karnataka -- ( SBWIRE ) -- 05/01/2016 -- The first EWB (Engineers without Borders) student chapter in the ...
 Digital Journal1 month ago

LCA Tejas to guard borders next year

Within months of raising the first squadron of the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft, the Indian Air Force will deploy the indigenous fighter aircraft in forward bases. On July 1, IAF would resurrect its 45 Squadron (Flying Daggers) to receive the first two Tejas ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago

Prosecutor: Nuclear espionage suspect owes allegiance to China

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — He has citizenship in the U.S., but a federal prosecutor argued Tuesday that an engineer accused in a nuclear espionage case owes his pay, his profits and his familial ties to China. Assistant U.S. Attorney Charles Atchley Jr.
 USA Today2 weeks ago

The Search for War Criminals Stops at the U.S. Border

This article first appeared on the London School of Economics site. In 1919, in the wake of World War I and in particular reference to what is now known as the Armenian genocide, Britain, France and Russia sought to legally define the notion of ...
 MSNBC Newsweek2 weeks ago
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What 5G Engineers Can Learn from Radio Interference's Troubled Past

Image: MetaGeek Were Jammin, Jammin: A clean signal for 802.11b Wi-Fi communications [top] shows radio power arrayed in broad humps around various Wi-Fi channels [1 through 14] But Wi-Fi has to contend with interfering emanations from such things as ...
 Spectrum Online2 weeks ago

Last flight, first steps: Cubans surge across US border

Rubén Lorenzo Peláez circles the chair like a ninja, silently shifting from one foot to the other. For a moment, the snip-snip-snip of his shears is the only sound in the room. The scissors won't close all the way. His vision is blurry. And ...
 WCVB.com1 month ago The last flight and first steps: Historic surge of Cubans crossing into U.S.  1070wapi.com1 month ago

Surge in Cuban migrants crossing U.S.-Mexico border

For a moment, the snip-snip-snip of his shears is the only sound in the room. The scissors won't close all the way. His vision is blurry. And he's nearly 2,000 miles away from the loyal clients who once got bobs and buzz cuts at his barber shop in ...
 CNN1 month ago

EC approves limits on geoblocking, AV sector excluded

The European Commission has presented its proposals for regulations to increase cross-border trade in the EU, including restrictions on geoblocking in certain circumstances and increased consumer protections. Following a public consultation, the ...
 Telecompaper1 month ago European Commission proposes new rules to unify e-commerce across EU  Green Sheet1 month ago European Commission proposes new e-commerce legislation  E-Commercefacts1 month ago Europe Proposes New E-commerce Rules  CdrInfo.com1 month ago

Doctors Without Borders urges US to pay victims of Afghan hospital strike

A leading medical charity that suffered massive losses when U.S. helicopter gunships mistakenly struck its clinic in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz is criticizing the United States for failing to pay compensation to the wounded and families of ...
 FOXNews.com1 month ago Pentagon: Strike On Doctors Without Borders Hospital In Afghanistan Was Not A War Crime  Malaysian Digest2 months ago
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