Understanding Canada’s New Attestation Requirement: A Guide for International Students
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Understanding Canada’s New Attestation Requirement: A Guide for International Students

The Canadian government has introduced the requirement for international students to obtain a Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) as part of a broader effort to manage the increasing number of international students and address related issues, such as housing affordability and the quality of education provided by some institutions. The PAL is part of a new…

Brazilian couple plants over 2 million trees to revive a once-devastated forest.
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Brazilian couple plants over 2 million trees to revive a once-devastated forest.

Brazilian couple; When Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado and his wife, Lélia Deluiz Wanick Salgado, returned to their home in a tropical forest after years of travel, they found it destroyed. Determined to restore the area, they embarked on the ambitious task of planting over two million trees over many years. The couple’s initiative not only…

ECOWAS denies the departure of Niger, Mali, and Burkina Faso.
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ECOWAS denies the departure of Niger, Mali, and Burkina Faso.

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has turned down the request for the exit of Niger, Mali, and Burkina Faso from the organization. The ECOWAS Commission has stated that it has not yet received any formal notification from Niger, Mali, and Burkina Faso regarding their intention to withdraw from the regional bloc. This…

UK to loan back Ghana 150 years looted “Crown Jewels,” from the Asante Kingdom
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UK to loan back Ghana 150 years looted “Crown Jewels,” from the Asante Kingdom

Two British museums, the British Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, are set to return gold and silver artifacts to Ghana through a long-term loan agreement. These artifacts were looted from the Asante people during Britain’s colonial battles in West Africa around 150 years ago. The collaboration also involves the Manhyia Palace…