Pet Care Robots Market to Garner USD 3.65 Billion by 2030,

New York, July 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the report published by Next Move Strategy Consulting, the global pet care robots market generated USD 1.41 billion in 2021, and is expected to garner USD 3.65 billion by 2030, witnessing a CAGR of 11.2% from 2022 to 2030. Presenting thorough analysis and detailed explanation …

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Mick Schumacher on British Grand Prix, state of Haas F1, sea

Schumacher is a household name in the motorsport community, no matter if you’re a dedicated Formula One aficionado or just beginning your fandom. For 19 seasons, Michael Schumacher dominated the circuit and became the most successful driver in the sport’s history. The seven-time world champion holds almost every scoring record in the book, and, although …

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Inside China’s secret slaughterhouse where stolen pets are blowtorched and their remains fed to other dogs on death row

LIFELESS bodies lay strewn across the blood-and-urine-drenched floor next to a tank filled with crimson-colored water – it was nothing short of a crime scene. This is one of many secret slaughterhouses where dogs were being beaten to death, blowtorched and butchered in preparation for the Yulin Dog Meat Festival. 6 Dogs are being beaten …

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Dublin property: Inside the €2.75m revamped Rathgar red brick once home to one of World War One’s ‘lost soldiers’

5 Orwell Park, Rathgar, Dublin 6 Asking price: €2.75m Agent: Sherry Fitzgerald (01) 4907433 ewspaper reports five years ago announced that the missing former banker William MacHutchison of 5 Orwell Park in Dublin 6, had been found at last. William had disappeared 99 years previously. The last time anyone had seen Lieutenant William Frederick MacHutchison …

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World Cup 2022: Qatar tournament to feature semi-automated offside technology with ball sensors and cameras | Football News

Qatar 2022 will be the first FIFA men’s World Cup to use semi-automated offside technology in an effort to improve the speed and accuracy of decisions. The technology – successfully tested at the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup and at last year’s FIFA Club World Cup – will see video match officials receive offside alerts, with …

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Mohamed Salah signs new long-term contract at Liverpool to end speculation over his Anfield future | Football News

Mohamed Salah has ended speculation about his Liverpool future by signing a new three-year contract. The Egyptian’s previous contract was due to expire next summer. His new terms, in excess of £350,000 a week, make him the highest-paid player in the club’s history. The deal still fits into the club’s sustainable wage structure and is …

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New financing mechanism for climate action becomes operational – World

30 June 2022, Helsinki – A new finance mechanism to strengthen weather and climate observations, improve early warnings to save lives, protect livelihoods and underpin climate adaptation for long-term resilience has opened its doors for business. The Systematic Observations Financing Facility (SOFF) is a key building block for a new initiative spearheaded by United Nations …

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Claire Byrne, now free of TV, delivers deft radio – The Irish Times

As regular listeners to Drivetime (RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays) will know, there are few things that Cormac Ó hEadhra enjoys more than asking awkward questions. So, on Tuesday, it’s somewhat perplexing to hear Ó hEadhra complaining about people who throw gratuitous curveballs at hapless interviewees, or as he puts it, “Some donkey asking a question …

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