New LNG tank from LNGTainer

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Universities’ many challenges

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E-conveyancing venture names new chief

first_imgThe Law Society-backed joint venture developing the Veyo electronic conveyancing system has appointed a new chief executive with a brief to review and evaluate the product.Simon Drane, executive director of business development for the Law Society, takes over today at Legal Practice Technologies. Ian Gray, chairman, said: ‘We are committed to ensuring that Veyo will meet conveyancers’ expectations. Because of this we will only fully launch the product when we are satisfied that it is working well and will add value to the conveyancing process.’Gray added that ‘the first job for any new CEO is to review and evaluate the product. This will identify what needs to be done to make Veyo available to conveyancers as soon as we are satisfied that it has the functions and usability to be a market leader.’A Law Society spokesperson said: ‘We are excited about the development of Veyo. We know from the conveyancing community that it is a good concept and will save conveyancers time and money.‘Simon will be reviewing and evaluating Veyo with a view to launching it when the product has right level of functionality and is easy to use. There is still a considerable demand for Veyo.’last_img read more

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Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Rwanda Genocide

first_imgAs the world officially remembers the genocidal murder of 800,000 Rwandans in 1994, United Nations leaders warn that ethnic cleansing and mass atrocities continue to blight humanity and call for sharper action to prevent such violations in the future.Twenty-four years ago, on 7 April, ethnic Hutus in Rwanda began the frenzied slaughter of Tutsis, moderate Hutus and others in what is widely regarded as one of the darkest episodes in recent history.In memory of the Rwandan victims – and as a sombre reminder of the international community’s failure to intervene – the UN observes 7 April every year as an “international day of reflection.”“Today we remember all those who were murdered and reflect on the suffering of the survivors, who have shown that reconciliation is possible, even after a tragedy of such monumental proportions,” said Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in a message for the grim anniversary.“Rwanda has learned from its tragedy; so must the international community,” Mr. Guterres said, expressing concern about “the rise of racism, hate speech and xenophobia around the world.”The UN will hold a commemorative ceremony on the Rwandan genocide at its New York Headquarters on 13 April on the theme “Remember, Unite, Renew.”last_img read more

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