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Teens plan march to Nazi camp site

first_imgNicole Pampanin and 7,000 other Jewish teenagers plan to march Monday through the gates of Auschwitz. Joined by Holocaust survivors, they will observe Yom HaShoah in Hitler’s most notorious concentration camp. “But we are not suffering and scared we are going to die,” said Pampanin, an 18-year-old senior at New Community Jewish High School in West Hills. “It brings hope to a new generation that we can survive, and we’re not going to let this happen again.” March of the Living, a 3-kilometer journey from Auschwitz to Birkenau, is designed to etch in young Jewish minds the reality of the Holocaust. From Poland, which was occupied by the Nazis during World War II, the teens will travel to Israel for Israel Independence Day. “It is every kind of reaction you can imagine – it is gut-wrenching, it is horrific, it is life-changing and it is very fun,” said Monise Neumann, director of the Los Angeles delegation. For Dr. Alan Nager, there also are personal elements to the trip. First, his 17-year-old daughter, Sarah, will be there. Second, his Polish father was enslaved as a child in Buchenwald, where his grandparents were executed. “I sort of approach this trip with curious dread,” said Nager, 47, of Calabasas. “Just to be in the same land, seeing those buildings, my mind starts to have visions what it would have been like – groups of people, bodies around.” brad.greenberg@dailynews.com (818) 713-3634 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Giroud important to Arsenal, says Wenger

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud celebrates after scoring against Southampton during the English Premier League match at St Mary’s Stadium in southern England, on December 10, 2017LONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 11- Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger stressed that Olivier Giroud remains an important member of his squad after rescuing a point against Southampton on Sunday.The France international stepped off the bench to clinch a 1-1 draw for the Gunners with an 88th-minute header, after Charlie Austin had opened the scoring in the third minute at St Mary’s. It was Giroud’s fourth Premier League goal of the season in his 13th appearance as a substitute, and Wenger admits the striker will be rewarded with his first top-flight start soon enough.The 31-year-old was heavily linked with a move to Everton during the off-season and his future is likely to be the subject of speculation once more in January, but his manager is counting on him.“He is important – why should we lose an important player? It is up to us [and not Giroud],” Wenger said after the match.“He will start more games. I believe as well it’s always the same when you have many good players, some of them cannot play.“The question you get is always why does the guy who is good not play? Because if you take him on you have another guy who is good who will not play, it is as simple as that.”The French coach was seen complaining to the fourth official on a number of occasions at apparent time wasting from the Saints after the break.And he said afterwards: “I must say I am very frustrated as in the second half there was a lot of time-wasting.“Especially on the final ball on the counter-attack, it is very frustrating to give the advantage to the guy who had the foul because we were not only called back.“We were three against one but we played it quick and the referee called the ball back without any reason and that was a huge advantage for Southampton in the final minute.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

I have nothing against Wanyama, says Migne

first_img0Shares0000Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama tracks down DR Congo’s Neskeens Kebano during an international friendly match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on march 26, 2017. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 12 – Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne has insisted he has no problem with midfielder Victor Wanyama, saying the Tottenham Hotspur man is still his skipper and a vital component of the national team set up.The French coach was irked with the absence of the captain and other players who couldn’t make it to camp for the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) Qualifier against Ghana due to injury. Migne was of the opinion that the players should have reported to camp for assessment with the national team doctor.“My feeling was not against Victor (Wanyama); we need to be clear because he is my captain and the best player in the country. He is a good guy; I met him in June but it’s the spirit I want to give for my team, for the high level,” the tactician told Capital Sport.He added; “Before Ghana it would have been interesting to have your captain at least one or two days with the team to share the spirit and for motivation. I am not happy not against him, but the fact that I didn’t see him. In June he was not there, he was injured, now again but I want to see him soon.”Migne has also insisted that moving forward any player who is called in to the team but is reported injured should travel to the country for assessment with the national team medical unit, whether local or foreign based.Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne during a past training session at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“We have built a new medical department with the president where when you have a player injured, we need to check,” the coach explained.“There is a new rule in this national team that when someone is injured he needs to come and we check. When a local player doesn’t want to come, then maybe he can be banned by FIFA. During the FIFA period, you need to respect the national team. It’s not always the club first. This period, national team is boss,” the coach further opined.After the two matches though, the tactician says he has an idea of his best 11, but has warned that the team might change ahead of next month’s third AFCON qualifier home and away against Ethiopia.“I have some answer but in this team, it is a new process every time. The door is always open for players to come and go, even after this game. We have one month before Ethiopia and I will watch every player in their respective leagues and maybe we can have some new players,” the tactician said.Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne giving instructions during the 2019 AFCON qualifier against Ghana at the Kasarani Stadium on September 8, 2018. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYAAhead of the Ethiopia game, Migne will have defender Brian Mandela back from suspension while Paul Were and Wanyama will be ready after picking up match fitness following injury spells.Johannah Omollo who was called up but missed both games against Ghana and Malawi will also be ready to play against Ethiopia.“He was a little bit injured and we could have fielded him for the Malawi game. But if I did that, that would be risking because we might lose him for another three weeks and the Ethiopia game is in four weeks. Now he is okay, he might play for his club this weekend and in Ethiopia, he will be there,” said the tactician.Meanwhile, Migne says the team should now forget about the Ghana game and focus on the two vital ties against Ethiopia which he says will be crucial in realizing the team’s dream to the Cup of Nations.“I don’t care about Ghana because it is in the past. What is interesting is Ethiopia. It was fantastic against Ghana but it’s finished now. We need to see what is infornt of us and dream. We have to put all effort and be ready in one month then probably play a final against Sierra Leone in November,” Migne said of the African Cup of Nations dream.Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne during a past training session at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluHe has now called on fans to turn out in large numbers in those two games against Ethiopia and Sierra Leone to give the team a push, saying he was disappointed playing the Malawi friendly in a near empty stadium.“We need to bring the fans with us to be there because if we have one chance to be in AFCON, it will not be alone with the players and my president. We need the fans and I hope against Ethiopia we will see a full stadium. Against Malawi we played in an empty stadium and it is not interesting. Also, against Ghana only 17,000 fans came and it was not enough,” the coach opined.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

ABUSE SCANDAL: EX-DETECTIVE HITS OUT – SMYTH WARNED BOY AFTER BRADY MEETING

first_imgTHE Catholic Church was rocked again last night in the ongoing storm over clerical sex abuse.Martin Ridge, the former Garda detective who helped to bring serial child rapist Father Eugene Greene to justice, appeared on the Stephen Nolan show on BBC Northern Ireland.Greene was jailed in 2000 after admitting the horrific abuse of 26 boys. Dozens of other victims never came forward. Mr Ridge, from Gortahork, told the BBC show that the offences committed by paedophile priests were ‘crimes against humanity.’Pointing to Brendan Boland, a victim of Fr Brendan Smyth, he said: “You have a boy here who was 14 years of age. He knew what to do.“He wasn’t a canon lawyer; he knew the difference between right and wrong.“We can justify anything if we want to and that is what is happening here. These were crimes; if Cardinal Brady wasn’t a cardinal and a man in any other position – his misguided loyalty is there.” He claimed the ‘instrument of fear is being used against people.’In an alarming development, Mr Boland, the man who gave evidence to the then Father Sean Brady in 1975 hoping that paedophile priest Brendan Smyth would be stopped stunned the TV audience with a startling new revelation.He told Nolan that a few weeks after he had given evidence in a church court detailing the abuse of him and others, evil Smyth arrived at a butcher’s shop where Mr Boland, then 14, had a part-time job.Smyth had waved his finger at him as if to warn him off.The incident will send new shockwaves through the Church today – and lead to questions as to how Smyth knew Mr Boland was his accuser. ABUSE SCANDAL: EX-DETECTIVE HITS OUT – SMYTH WARNED BOY AFTER BRADY MEETING was last modified: May 3rd, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ABUSE SCANDAL: EX-DETECTIVE HITS OUT – SMYTH WARNED BOY AFTER BRADY MEETINGlast_img read more

DONEGAL PENS REACH NEW HEIGHTS!

first_imgTwo handmade bog oak pens from West Donegal reached new heights high in the sky over Egypt this week.The pens were presented to two Emirates cabin crew members as the plane cruised at 39,000 feet on route to Dubai.UK based Katy McGee, who has Donegal connections, and Helen Estrada from the Philippines were delighted with the gesture. Denis Sweeney of Loughanure, a next door neighbour of Ronan and Conor Mc Garvey, decided the impressive service by the cabin crew warranted a little gift from Donegal.Denis and his partner Jimmy Brophy are heading to Kuala Lumpur for the St Patrick’s Day celebrations where he will also present some Donegal Pens to ex-pats out there.“I thought it would be a nice touch to give some of the cabin crew a few pens from home as they looked after us very well. I had some with me as presentations for the St Patrick’s Day ball in Kuala Lumpur.“My young neighbours are really getting their pens around these days and I’m told these are the first to reach Kuala Lumpur”, he said. Conor Mc Garvey confirmed this is the first time to their knowledge that their pens will touch down in Kuala Lumpur. They have shipped their pens worldwide in recent years but he doesn’t recall addressing any packages to Kuala Lumpur.“Denis is always on the ball but we never expected a 39,000 feet mid air hand over of Donegal Pens. He collected some from us recently for his travels but didn’t reveal the plan he had for them. We just might consider interviewing him for a marketing job now,” laughed Conor.The full range of Donegal Pens can be viewed at www.donegalpens.com and the boys now also offer an engraving service.The also have a new app that can be downloaded to smartphones, iPads and tablets from: https://donegalpens.appsme.com/ DONEGAL PENS REACH NEW HEIGHTS! was last modified: March 13th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DONEGAL PENSlast_img read more

CAF Confederations Cup: Bogere hatrick puts Proline in driving seat

first_img Tags: CAF Confederations CupIvan BogereMasters Security FCNordin Bunjoproline fcShafick Bisasotop Bogere celebrates scoring one of his three goals against Master Security on Saturday. (PHOTOS/Courtesy))CAF Confederations Cup 2019Proline FC 3-0 Master SecurityStarTimes Stadium, LugogoSaturday, 10-08-2019LUGOGO – Ivan Bogere grabbed the headlines on Saturday afternoon, bagging a hat trick on Saturday afternoon as Proline defeated Malawi’s Master Security 3-0 in the CAF Confederations Cup 2019.Making his first-ever appearance at the continental level, Bogere was played through on goal by Nordin Bunju before the striker beat goalkeeper Chinwenwe Kunkwawa.Proline searched for a second goal before half time but it was not to be as the game went into the break at 1-0.Three minutes to the hour mark, Bogere scored his second of the day as he poked home an Ibrahim Ssendi cross.At this point, the home side was in dreamland and looked satisfied by the scores.However, Bogere was not done as he squeezed the ball under the spread Kunkwawa to make it 3-0. Speaking after the game, Proline head coach Shafick Bisaso noted that his team was more than ready before the contest.“We did good homework and as I said earlier, we were very prepared for this game, noted Bisaso.“We attained a lot of experience at the CECAFA Kagame Cup and by the time we played this game, we were more than ready to go.”Asked where his team won the game, Bisaso was quick to claim that Proline used the ball better.“We used the ball better and created so many chances.“When we lost the ball, we defended well.“When we go for the second leg, we will approach the away game in a different manner and hopefully we get another good result.”This was Proline’s first-ever continental match and the result puts them in a commanding situation ahead of the second leg later this month.The other Uganda representative on the continent, KCCA FC lost 2-3 away to African Stars in Namibia.The teams usedProline FC XIHassan Matovu (gk), Sakka Mpima, Yusuf Mukisa, Mustafa Mujuzi, Bernard Muwanga, Sam Kintu, Ibrahim Wamanah, Nordin Bunjo, Hakim Kiwanuka, Bright Anukani, Ivan Bunjo.Masters Security XIChinwenwe Kunkwawa (gk), Jonh Chalamanda, Eric Atsiga, Chikondi Maloya, Reuben Kaunda, Mphatso Dzongololo, Amadu Makawa, Cuthbert Sineta, Limbani Suwedi, Mussa Manyenja, Beston Jinu.Comments last_img read more

Transfer gossip: L’Équipe say Leeds want Barbet

first_imgSome of the latest transfer speculation involving the area’s clubs…L’Équipe say Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa wants to sign Yoann Barbet following the defender’s departure from Brentford.Aston Villa have also been linked with the Frenchman, who is among the out-of-contract players leaving Griffin Park this summer.Villa’s former Bees boss Dean Smith has been tipped to snap Barbet up, but L’Équipe say Bielsa is also keen.QPR linked with Sunderland defenderEmbed from Getty ImagesQPR want Sunderland right-back Adam Matthews, it’s claimed.Football Insider claim Rangers, who face financial restrictions, have Darnell Furlong and Osman Kakay, and have offered Angel Rangel a new deal, are looking to sign the 27-year-old Wales international.Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley are also said to be keen on Matthews, whose Sunderland contract expires this summer.Chelsea chasing Neres, Star claimEmbed from Getty ImagesChelsea are chasing a deal for Ajax forward David Neres after missing out on Luka Jovic, according to reports.The Daily Star say Chelsea are hopeful of having a Fifa-imposed transfer ban frozen by the Court of Arbitration for Sport and are pressing ahead with summer transfer plans.They are said to be targeting Neres after Real Madrid agreed the signing of Jovic, who recently featured for Eintracht Frankfurt against Chelsea in the Europa League.AS link Alonso with AtleticoEmbed from Getty ImagesMarcos Alonso has again been linked with a return to his native Spain.The Chelsea left-back, who has suffered a dip in form this season, has previously been linked with Barcelona.And Spanish newspaper AS claim Atletico Madrid are showing an interest in Alonso ahead of a possible move. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebookby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksRecommended for youApartments for Sale | Search AdsApartments in Dubai Might Be Cheaper Than You ThinkApartments for Sale | Search AdsUndoProperty Investment | Search AdsDubai Real Estate Investment Properties May Surprise YouProperty Investment | Search AdsUndoBest Healthy BlogCausing Cancer! Stop Eating These 18 Foods!Best Healthy BlogUndoFood Eat Safe9 Worst Foods With ArthritisFood Eat SafeUndopanzerrush.comPlay this Game for 1 Minute and see why everyone is addictedpanzerrush.comUndoDivorce Pay DayKevin Costner Is No Longer Living Bachelor LifeDivorce Pay DayUndoFood World Magazine30 Secret Powerful Fat Burning FoodsFood World MagazineUndoUSA Tours | Search AdsUSA Tour Packages Might Be Cheaper Than You ThinkUSA Tours | Search AdsUndolast_img read more

Photo library: Tourism and leisure 13

first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Tourism & Leisure contact sheet (1.1MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Mthatha, Eastern Cape province: A display at the Nelson Mandela Museum. The museum houses historical texts on and photographs of the former prisoner, president, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s life, as well as a large collection of gifts, degrees and citations made to him. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Mthatha, Eastern Cape province: A display at the Nelson Mandela Museum. The museum houses historical texts on and photographs of the former prisoner, president, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s life, as well as a large collection of gifts, degrees and citations made to him. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Mthatha, Eastern Cape province: A display at the Nelson Mandela Museum. The museum houses historical texts on and photographs of the former prisoner, president, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s life, as well as a large collection of gifts, degrees and citations made to him. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Mthatha, Eastern Cape province: A display at the Nelson Mandela Museum. The museum houses historical texts on and photographs of the former prisoner, president, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s life, as well as a large collection of gifts, degrees and citations made to him. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Mthatha, Eastern Cape province: A display at the Nelson Mandela Museum. The museum houses historical texts on and photographs of the former prisoner, president, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s life, as well as a large collection of gifts, degrees and citations made to him. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Mthatha, Eastern Cape province: A display at the Nelson Mandela Museum. The museum houses historical texts on and photographs of the former prisoner, president, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s life, as well as a large collection of gifts, degrees and citations made to him. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Mthatha, Eastern Cape province: A display at the Nelson Mandela Museum. The museum houses historical texts on and photographs of the former prisoner, president, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s life, as well as a large collection of gifts, degrees and citations made to him. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Qunu, Eastern Cape province: A replica of the Robben Island cell in which Nelson Mandela was imprisoned, at the Nelson Mandela Museum. Mandela grew up in the village of Qunu. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Qunu, Eastern Cape province: A display with a photo of the Robben Island prison, at the Nelson Mandela Museum. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image TOURISM AND LEISURE 13:{loadposition tourism}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about using the image library? Email Mary Alexander at marya@mediaclubsouthafrica.com.last_img read more

A taste of the film club experience

first_imgFabian Adeoye in a scene from Man on Ground.(Image: Akin Omotoso) Nigerian-born Akin Omotoso has forged a successful career for himself in South Africa.(Image: cueTV, Rhodes University)MEDIA CONTACTS• Atlas Studios +27 11 482 7111• Gauteng Film Commission+27 11 085 2200Tiisetso TlelimaEvery first Wednesday of the month, alternative cinema enthusiasts in Johannesburg are treated to a host of indie films at Atlas Studios in Milpark, northeast of the city centre. It’s an opportunity to watch films that are not on the main cinema circuit.Founded in 2004, the First Wednesday Film Club (FWFC) is also a networking forum that was initially established to encourage young independent filmmakers to showcase their work, and to expose them to other films of different genres, thus inspiring creativity.The FWFC was previously supported by the Gauteng Film Commission, an agency of the provincial government that facilitates the contribution of the film industry to the economic growth of the province.History and cultureOriginally started by directors John Barker of Bunny Chow and 31 Million Reasons fame and Ziggy Hofmeyr, owner of Joziewood Films, the club was taken over in 2007 by Nigerian-born, South African-based filmmaker Akin Omotoso and writer Katarina Hedrén.“In the beginning the objective was to increase audience numbers and make sure that we create the right atmosphere for people to come and watch films and socialise,” said Omotoso of the motivation behind taking over the business.According to Omotoso, sustaining growth for the club has not been smooth sailing.“The main challenge is that it’s independently run, and at some point that means we might have to close down, but thankfully that has not happened.”A typical FWFC experienceAudiences numbering anything between 150 and 250 per session have been attending for years, drawn by the different themes and genres on offer.The post-screening discussion forums add value to the experience. Here directors, cast and audience members debate the films, followed by a themed dinner party and entertainment by popular DJs to close off the evening.While it’s inclusive and continues to attract more patrons, the FWFC has managed to remain intimate enough that its regulars, many of them well-known in their respective fields, feel comfortable in returning for every session.To the surprise of Omotoso and Hedrén, the club was even popular during the 2010 Fifa World Cup. Even though it drew less than their average numbers – about 100 people for each session – they had expected a sharp decline in the number of patrons because of the irresistibility of the football showcase.No stranger to filmOmotoso first gained popularity as Khaya Motene on popular soap opera Generations, before going on to direct his own films. His most recent work, Man on Ground, was released in 2011. It made its world premiere at the prestigious Toronto Film Festival in September of the same year and has also been screened at independent cinemas such as Johannesburg’s The Bioscope.The film tackles the controversial topic of xenophobia in the African context, and was inspired by a real-life incident that took place during the 2008 xenophobic violence that gripped several South African cities.Ernesto Nhamuave, a Mozambican national who had been living and working in South Africa for years, was burned alive by an angry mob in Ramaphosa informal settlement, east of Johannesburg, on 18 May 2008. The picture of his burning body, which shocked the world, was published on the front page cover of many newspapers across the country the next day.“The picture of Ernesto haunted me and continues to haunt me,” said Omotoso. “We wanted to make a haunting film that hopefully goes straight for the heart. “The film follows the story of two expatriate Nigerian brothers, Femi and Ade, who have been estranged for years. Ade is a successful banker in London, while Femi, once a political dissident in his home country, works menial jobs in South Africa. During his short visit to Johannesburg, Ade discovers that his brother has been missing for a week and he sets out on a mission to find him.Man on Ground will not be shown in mainstream cinema outlets, but will be taken to communities, schools and churches across the country to encourage discussion around xenophobia.Other films that Omotoso has either directed or produced over the past decade include Material, Pendulum and God is African. He has also acted in locally-filmed Hollywood blockbusters such as Blood Diamond and Lord of War.last_img read more

New Google+ Features Target Businesses

first_imgThese new features include Gmail-integrated videoconferencing involving Google Docs and Google Calendar (turning Google “hangouts” into business meetings) as well as enabling private, intra-office Google+ posts. (Think Google’s version of Yammer, aka the Facebook for the workplace.) The clever thing here is that these “restricted posts” can’t be reshared outside the organization. There are also new administrative controls to ensure that only the right people have access to.  Google has already been testing these new features with a couple of businesses, including Kaplan Test Prep and Banshee Wines. The new features are available for free until 2014, but the company has not announced what the eventual pricing will be. Businesses already have to be signed up for the Google Apps business suite in order to use the new features. fruzsina eordogh In an effort to boost adoption of its Google+ social network, Google this week announced a slew of new features aimed at enticing business customers to use the service and “go Google.”Citing the success other Web-based Google Apps like Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and Google Drive have found amongst employers and their workers, Google Apps Product Management Director Clay Bavor detailed a slew of new Google+ features for businesses in an official Google Enterprise blog post.“Like Google Apps, we think Google+ can help colleagues collaborate more easily and get things done – and get to know each other along the way,” wrote Bavor.   Related Posts Google says it plans to roll out more business features for Google+, “including a mobile version of Google+ for enterprise users and more administrative controls.” The idea, apparently, is to encourage companies to “Go Google” and run their businesses in the cloud. Google+ hasn’t been able to significantly challenge Facebook in the consumer social networking space, but the enterprise market is much more wide open.  IT + Project Management: A Love Affaircenter_img Tags:#business#enterprise#Google Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

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