Whats in Palestines first ever education law

RAMALLAH, West Bank — Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas ratified the first Palestinian Law for Education and Higher Education on April 6, after the Cabinet submitted it on March 7 to replace the applicable Arab laws in the Palestinian territories (the Jordanian law in the West Bank and the Egyptian law in the Gaza Strip). The Ministry of Education and Higher Education hopes the new law will bring about “a significant shift in the education system, promote educational development and boost the role of the local community and its institutions in this…

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What’s on in Cheshire this Summer?

Cheshire has a great deal to offer the prospective tourist.It’s home to a wealth of rolling green countryside, and there’s plenty to see and do.It boasts excellent transport links with the nearby urban areas of Liverpool and Manchester, and it’s home to several high-quality hotels.With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the things that we might get up to in the county this summer! Golfing break Summer is the perfect time to play a few rounds of golf.Fortunately, Cheshire is home to many high-quality golf courses.Of…

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As Islamic State is pushed back in Iraq, worries about what’s next

As U.S.-led offensives drive back Islamic State in Iraq, concern is growing among U.S. and U.N. officials that efforts to stabilize liberated areas are lagging, creating conditions that could help the militants endure as an underground network. One major worry: not enough money is being committed to rebuild the devastated provincial capital of Ramadi and other towns, let alone Islamic State-held Mosul, the ultimate target in Iraq of the U.S.-led campaign. Lise Grande, the No. 2 U.N. official in Iraq, told Reuters that the United Nations is urgently seeking $400…

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