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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

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Washington, DC – The United States’ longest war is coming to an unceremonious end. US troops are leaving Kabul with the Taliban once again in charge of the capital of Afghanistan, which American soldiers captured nearly 20 years ago. The rapid collapse of the Afghan government after 20 years of US support shows the limits…
The Taliban’s dramatic takeover of Kabul has thrown the future of the US’s commitments to Afghanistan, as well as its broader relationship to the region, into doubt. Questions now loom about Washington’s continued investment in the neighbourhood and in particular the extent of its commitment to Afghanistan’s women and minorities, who face an uncertain future…
Dynamic Business brings you a daily rundown of the most recent business news and developments from Australia and around the world. Here’s the roundup for August 3:  House prices continue to rise in July  According to CoreLogic’s national house value index, property values in Australia climbed by 1.6 per cent in July, but there are…
Rights experts fear Swedish-Eritrean journalist Dawit Isaak, detained in a September 2001 purge, may no longer be alive.United Nations rights experts have demanded that Asmara immediately release a Swedish-Eritrean journalist held without charge and largely incommunicado for two decades, voicing fear he may no longer be alive. Dawit Isaak was among a group of some…
Everyone agrees that SEO is vital for driving traffic to your website. But in the ever-changing world of SEO, what isn’t so clear is which strategies will deliver high visibility on search engines. Let’s talk… Mike Andrew, Head of SEO, Localsearch “How SEO looked six months compared to now, and especially how it will progress…
With Sydney’s current lockdown unlikely to end any time soon, it’s essential for businesses to explore ways to boost morale, maintain a happy, productive workforce, and keep positive company culture during this time.  At Zeller, we know a thing or two about building culture and creating a thriving workplace. Founding the business in January 2020,…
Smiling and waving at journalists, posing for selfies in the streets, even sitting down for a TV interview with a female journalist, the Taliban appear to have launched a public relations blitz, telling Afghans – and the world – that life under their rule will be different this time. But Taliban 2.0 is a hard…
Evacuation flights from Kabul airport have restarted after a brief pause of several hours due to overcrowding at a staging base in Qatar, the Pentagon said on Friday. President Joe Biden has said he could not guarantee the outcome of the emergency evacuation from Kabul’s airport, calling it one of the most “difficult” airlift operations…
In the face of extended lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, AmazingCo is helping people make the most of their time. The Melbourne-based company is an experiences platform that helps people spend their leisure time in ways that increase life fulfilment.  Using its technology platform, the company creates experiences from the get-go and provides meaningful recommendations.   Silvia…
Dynamic Business brings you a daily rundown of the most recent business news and developments from Australia and around the world. Here’s the roundup for August 4:  Unemployment rate may rise: RBA warns The Reserve Bank of Australia has warned the unemployment rate is expected to increase in the near term due to the extended…