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LYON, France, September 27, 2021--POXEL SA (Euronext – POXEL - FR0012432516), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing innovative treatments for chronic diseases with metabolic pathophysiology, including non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and rare disorders, today announced that the Poxel team will participate at several upcoming scientific conferences related to X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD), a severe orphan neurometabolic disease with no approved therapies.
Oslo, 27 September 2021: Yara International ASA, a leading global ammonia player and Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc (Kyushu), a Japan-based power generation company, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on establishing Clean Ammonia supply chains in Japan to reduce CO2 emission at Kyushu’s thermal power generation in Kyushu Area, Japan. Under the MoU, Yara and Kyushu are targeting collaboration in the following areas: To jointly develop Clean Ammonia end-to-end supply chain t
To NASDAQ Copenhagen Executive Board Lersø Parkallé 100 DK-2100 København Ø www.rd.dk Telephone +45 7012 5300 Telefax +45 4514 9622 27 September 2021 Company Announcement No 82/2021 Prepayments, Realkredit Danmark A/S Pursuant to §24 of the Capital Markets Act, Realkredit Danmark A/S hereby publishes prepayments as at Friday 24 September 2021. Please find the data in the attached file. The information will also be available on www.rd.dk. Yours sincerely The Executive Board Any additional questio
British petrol and diesel stations are running dry across the land, with some big groups in English cities reporting 50% to 90% of pumps were dry, the Petrol Retailers Association said on Monday. A dire shortage of truck drivers in Britain has triggered panic buying of fuel in some English cities, with queues of cars snaking back from gas stations, many of which have run dry or simply closed. "Some of our members, large groups with a portfolio of sites, report 50% are dry as of yesterday, some even report as many as 90% are dry as of yesterday," Brian Madderson, chairman of the Petrol Retailers Association told Sky.
Kyle and Jackie O's producer Pedro Vitola has been forced to work from home after refusing to get the Covid jab. Read more.
Greg Mullins is infuriated the federal government has 'abrogated its responsibilities' on climate change, as fire-fighting becomes more dangerous. Read more.
Kuwait's Burgan Bank has hired Citi and Standard Chartered to lead a planned sale of senior U.S. dollar-denominated six-year bonds, a bank document showed on Monday. Other banks on the deal are Bank ABC, Emirates NBD Capital, First Abu Dhabi Bank, HSBC, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, JPMorgan , Mizuho Securities and NBK Capital. The unsecured bonds will be of benchmark size, which typically means at least $500 million, and will be non-callable for five years, the document from one of the banks showed.
Iran’s holy city of Qom is where Shiite scholars study and pilgrims travel to a shrine believed to be a gate to heaven
The pink ball won't prompt Ashleigh Gardner to go back into her shell this week, when Australia's clean-striking allrounder plays her first Test on home soil.Gardner made her Test debut on the 2019 Ashes tour but the day-night clash with India, beginning at Metricon Stadium on Thursday, shapes as her first chance to don the baggy green in Australia.
China will reduce the number of abortions performed for "non-medical purposes", the country's cabinet said in new guidelines issued on Monday it said were aimed at improving women's reproductive health. China has already enacted strict measures aimed at preventing sex-selective abortions, and health authorities warned in 2018 the use of abortion to end unwanted pregnancies was harmful to women's bodies and risks causing infertility. The State Council said the new guidelines would also aim to improve women's overall access to pre-pregnancy health care services.
‘The Morning Show’ actor said that recent reunion made her realise the cast faced ‘a lot’ they didn’t anticipate
The risk-sensitive Australian dollar rallied and the safe-haven yen dipped to a nearly three-month low on Monday, as fears of widespread market contagion from indebted China Evergrande Group receded. Rising commodity prices also helped the Aussie and Norway's crown, while the yen was pressured as higher U.S. yields attracted Japanese investor money.
Qantas has announced it will temporarily cease flights to London from Perth, with plans to replace it with a service from Darwin.The Darwin-London service will run until at least April 2022, if the carrier can come to a deal with the Northern Territory government, the airline said on Monday.
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah talks to Abi Jackson about what needs to happen, staying hopeful – and how she has learned to look after herself better too.
A church in Todoque was seen collapsing in thick smoke that surrounded it, its bell tower falling to the gound.The eruption of the volcano has destroyed hundreds of houses and forced the evacuation of nearly 6,000 people since it began on Sept. 19.Experts said on Sunday there were currently two active lava flows from the island's Cumbre Vieja volcano, one fast-moving flow to the north and a slower one to the south.La Palma's airport reopened on Sunday although all flights were cancelled as the volcano continued to spew lava and produce ash clouds over the surrounding area.
Barbers in Afghanistan’s Helmand province have been banned from shaving or trimming beards, according to reports. Taliban religious police say it breaches their interpretation of Islamic law and anyone violating the rule will be punished, according to the BBC. The instructions suggest a return to the strict rulings the Taliban adhered to when previously in power from 1996 to 2001.
The Southeast Asian country has been in crisis since the army seized power on Feb. 1, ending a decade of tentative steps towards democracy and triggering outrage at home and abroad and the setting up of People's Defence Forces (PDFs) to take on the military. The DVB news portal reported the air strikes occurred as the army staged an offensive in the Pinlebu area of Sagaing in northwest Myanmar, citing residents who heard aircraft and explosions on Saturday night before phone lines and the internet went down.
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Plans to develop fish farms in deeper waters off Tasmania, and potentially pave the way for similar operations across Australia, have been labelled by critics as an industry "free pass".The island's salmon industry has been under increased scrutiny since the release of Richard Flanagan's book Toxic, which paints a bleak picture of its environmental impact.