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WASHINGTON — Two years ago, the U.S. government began loudly questioning a Chinese push to purchase an island off El Salvador’s coast, where a Chinese company was proposing to build a deep water port and manufacturing zone.

The American objections seemed to have had an impact, as a political backlash in El Salvadorstalled the project. But the Chinese were not deterred. After what U.S. officials publicly asserted was a successful Chinese effort to bribe El Salvadoran politicians, the project is now moving forward. NBC News has obtained a power point presentation by a state-owned Chinese firm called “Shared Opportunities, Shared

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The first in a series of simulated exercises will show the critical role rapid-response mobile laboratories, known as Public Health RRMLs, play in fighting public health emergencies by enabling onsite testing and analysis during outbreaks.

Simulated exercise shows how mobile labs boost testing and analysis during health emergencies

The first in a series of simulated exercises will show the critical role rapid-response mobile laboratories, known as Public Health RRMLs, play in fighting public health emergencies by enabling onsite testing and analysis during outbreaks.

The exercise, which begins on 31 August, will illustrate how RRMLs work with national public health structures

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Game Changers is Highsnobiety’s retrospective series highlighting the moments that changed fashion forever. From era-defining store interiors to Nike sneaker boxes and runway looks by Helmut Lang, Game Changers celebrates the things that we still reference to this day.

Out of thousands of fashion shows, only a few are remembered for creating a true fashion moment. In considering this list, stylist and consultant Karlo Steel and myself have looked at collections that were pivotal in how men dress or how they view fashion to this day. We begin with Giorgio Armani, the first designer to take that seminal men’s staple

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Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie listens as US President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference in the Briefing Room of the White House on 27 September, 2020 in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

Former New Jersey Gov Chris Christie offered criticism for the foreign policy decisions of past presidents on both sides of the aisle, including former President Donald Trump, when asked what lessons the US should take from its military withdrawal from Afghanistan.

On ABC’s This Week the former presidential candidate who was once thought to be under consideration for a role in the Trump administration, possibly as

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Written by Fiona Sinclair Scott, CNN

Contributors Leah Dolan, CNN

The latest run of couture shows in Paris signaled a return to relative normal, as the balance between digital and in-person events tipped in favor of the latter, and more international guests returned to the city this week to soak up the atmosphere.

Balenciaga stole the show when the brand — led by creative director Demna Gvasalia — presented its first haute couture collection 53 years after the house’s founding designer, Cristóbal Balenciaga, closed his couture business in 1968.

Ella Emhoff made her Paris Fashion Week debut at Balenciaga. Credit:

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Written by CNN Style Staff

Hot on the heels of the menswear shows, Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week opens today with a four-day schedule of events including a combination of livestreamed and physical shows.

Dior, Chanel and Zuhair Murad are among the houses hosting in-person shows this season.

Balenciaga is also set to join the schedule this week, presenting a couture collection for the first time in over 50 years.

Meanwhile, New York-based label Pyer Moss will make history when the brand’s founder and creative head Kerby Jean-Raymond becomes the first Black American designer to present at Paris Haute Couture
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