ENEWS

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ENEWSElectronic News
ENEWSEffectiveness of Naval Electronic Warfare Systems
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It is clear that in order for women to achieve gender equality, we all need to work together toward this common goal," says Lori Sokol, PhD, Executive Director and Editor-in-Chief of Women's eNews, whose mission is to reports the stories of women and girls to create a more equitable world.
Prior to her role at ENews Networks in Wenatchee, Lodge served as the Development Manager at Providence Child Center Foundation in Portland, Oregon from 2010-2011.
"Prior to going to the clinic, she was uncomfortable and complaining of loss of appetite and that one of her legs was painful," the statement said, according to eNews. "Upon admission, it was discovered that she had an infection that had affected her kidneys."
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* We're also offering News Bulletins in the monthly National MS eNEWS. This goes directly to your computer inbox and, if you create a "profile," you can tailor what else we send.
Find out more and subscribe to the eNews at www.ltlmagazine.com/enews
The report, aired on commercial broadcaster e.tv's 24-hour eNews channel, featured two confessed criminals threatening to attack tourists during this summer's monthlong World Cup soccer tournament, due to kick off in Johannesburg on June 11.
Police are now hunting the gang and have subpoenaed two journalists on the eNews channel in a bid to discover the identities of the mob.
Find out more and subscribe to the eNews at www.healthcaredesignmagazine.com.
Since April 2009 the Learning Communities Branch of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council has been sending an electronic newsletter titled More for you @ your Library or 'eNews' to a database of library members on a monthly basis.
The debate was moderated by Kimberly Seals Allers, editorial director of the Women's eNews' Black Maternal Health project.
Women's eNews will host two panels at the Democratic convention in Denver.