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This means that to receive assistance, countries must have governments able and willing to meet criteria set by donors, such as putting forth funding proposals and showing financial capability.
NATURAL DISASTERS ARE INCREASING. THE WORLD’S POOREST ARE LEFT TO FEND FOR THEMSELVES.JARIEL ARVINNOVEMBER 20, 2020VOX
If she were willing to take questions, perhaps she might have some insight about the unsolved 1990 Gardner Museum robbery, which has much in common with her Beit collection heist.
‘THE WOMAN WHO STOLE VERMEER’ REVISITS THE STRANGE TALE OF A BRITISH HEIRESS WHO BECAME A NOTORIOUS ART THIEFKATHARINE WEBERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
They see the essential need for in-person schooling and have been willing to invest the resources necessary to make sure this continues safely.
SCHOOLS ARE NOT SPREADING COVID-19. THIS NEW DATA EXPLAINS WHY.EMILY OSTERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The Wizards believe the Israeli teen has a high ceiling and are willing to be patient with his development.
HOW DID DENI AVDIJA CATCH THE EYE OF WIZARDS GM TOMMY SHEPPARD? IT STARTED WITH HIS NAME.AVA WALLACENOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Even highly motivated sellers can’t make a trade if there aren’t buyers willing to include worthwhile pieces to move up the board.
NBA DRAFT WINNERS AND LOSERS: A WIN FOR LAMELO BALL, WOE FOR THE WARRIORSBEN GOLLIVERNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
They were all fast-tracked by General Manager Mike Rizzo, who has now used Justin Upton, Bryce Harper, Soto and the rest to show he is willing to promote kids, really, if they can help his team win.
THE NATIONALS’ BEST POSITION PLAYER PROSPECTS ARE A FEW YEARS AWAY. BUT THEY’RE OUT THERE.JESSE DOUGHERTYNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
That added effort can be more than advertisers are willing to put in, especially if they are unsure how much it may boost their campaigns’ performance.
HOW YOUTUBE IS WORKING TO FOCUS ADVERTISERS’ ATTENTIONS ON ITS CONNECTED TV INVENTORYTIM PETERSONNOVEMBER 19, 2020DIGIDAY
Many in line said they wanted tests before Thanksgiving and were willing to wait as long as needed to avoid infecting their families.
AS HOLIDAYS APPROACH, WAIT TIMES RISE FOR CORONAVIRUS TESTS AMID RECORD SPIKE IN CASESMEAGAN FLYNN, MICHAEL BRICE-SADDLER, JULIE ZAUZMER, RACHEL CHASONNOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Stevens told the woman the administration was at that time “willing to financially assist her with counseling expenses or legal expenses to help her with press inquiries,” Turner wrote.
JUNIOR STAFFER SAYS TOP ALASKA OFFICIAL TOLD HER TO KEEP ALLEGATIONS OF MISCONDUCT SECRETBY KYLE HOPKINS, ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWSNOVEMBER 18, 2020PROPUBLICA
“It’s not just engaging around events, it’s engaging between events as well, and that’s why they’re willing to pay us.”
‘THE FORMAT IS SECONDARY’: HOW REUTERS EVENTS WILL DRIVE GLOBAL AND LOCAL ENGAGEMENT ON- AND OFF-LINEKAYLEIGH BARBERNOVEMBER 16, 2020DIGIDAY
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