State Department, John Trout, British Coast Guard discussed on Doug Stephan

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With a medical opt out will receive a $350,000 stipend. I'm John Trout. And I've got this pack before Sharpe rescues dogs, Jimmy Coco, another Sharpay one hug. Who is Jo? I have stuck with the dynamite for my goodness. Probably 56 years back. People remark. Really? How? Well my dogs. Look what beautiful coats. They've got. I tell you, they get a regular diet of dynamite with every meal kind of ight is nutrition. All I have to do is, say, dog food. It's a pandemonium. They could be half a sweet and they're up and thrilled that squeaky clean. You don't need to wait until a problem presents itself. It's far better to keep the dog happy and healthy at all times. Dina bite for life. It won't be happy your dog will be people do after they get Dinah Pie. I tell you, I get Dino fight from the I n o v i e dot com. Corona virus related international travel advisory has run its course. The State Department lifted its blanket international travel advisory almost five months after first urging Americans against overseas travel due to the Corona virus pandemic. Instead, the department will revert to issuing recommendations on a country specific basis. The reason for the change came as the State Department cited health and safety conditions, improving in some countries and potentially deteriorating and others. It said the advisory system change will allow travelers to make informed decisions based on the situation in specific countries. By Barbara Kozak In Washington, The record daily number of people crossed the English Channel yesterday in small boats trying to reach the UK migrants in 17 boats landed or were picked up by the British Coast Guard. The British government says.

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