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Published by on Jun 23, 2022 | Games

During the last few years, we have seen a significant rise in online casinos that have turned out to be nothing more than a scam. In addition to scammers, there are simply unscrupulous and illegal online casinos that can be closed at any moment. Gambling is big business and as such must be run under strict rules to ensure fairness for all involved. In this article, we will look at a few signs that will help you recognize a fraudulent online gambling establishment.

  1. Registration Is Not Required

The first sign of a bad online casino is that players are not required to fill out any form before playing at the casino. These sites are usually not regulated by any outside bodies, which means they can do whatever they want. Playing at such casinos may include, among other things, denial of payouts without any explanation.

  1. License Information Is Missing from the Page

The second sign of a bad online casino is the absence of a license number on the main page of the site. The fact that these establishments are reluctant to reveal…

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The New York City Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating the following person, who was reported missing from within the confines of the 49th Precinct in the Bronx.

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Gambling is considered shady by some due to its addictive reputation. Others consider it an addiction. However, for most people, gambling is just one of their favorite pastimes. This is why the industry continues to grow.

Some may be surprised to learn how many…

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The new season of the NFL is here, and the draft for the season 2022-23 is over. A lot has happened during this period, and in a few weeks, the rollercoaster of emotions will be underway. Here, we will discuss some of the teams and their position for the game.

Buffalo Bills

The Bills have drafted an incredible team. Their team is balanced and looks formidable, probably favorites to win this season. The reason for the Bills to be considered favorites is Josh Allen. He is an MVP contender for the 2022-23 season because he locked horns with Patrick Mahomes and gave him a tough time in an overtime playoff in 2021.

Since Allen joined them, the Bills have won 10 matches in three consecutive seasons. The chances are bright for them to win the AFC East title for the third time straight. Bills were also able to sign Von Miller, who will join hands with a sturdy defense, Tre’Davious White and Tremaine Edmunds.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are looking to strengthen their catching. They have traded Tyreek Hill to Dolphins and, in return, remodeled their offense. They have also recruited new faces, like JuJu Smith, Marquez Valdes, and Skyy Moore, to help Mahomes.

Patrick Mahomes still makes waves in the NFL betting. He will be marching the offensive attack this season with the newcomers, which makes him a…

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Join the Bronx Documentary Center (BDC) for a conversation and book signing with author, and educator, Dr. Lauren Walsh, as she discusses her new book Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter.

The event will take place on Thursday, June 09, 2022, at 19:30.

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2020 was a period of groundbreaking social and political upheaval, in combination with a colossal epidemiological crisis—and it urgently redefined the working conditions of photojournalists. The historic 2020 Black Lives Matter protests and the devastating Covid-19 pandemic presented unique challenges for photojournalism, forcing photographers into a terrain defined by new ethical, technological, and safety (emotional and physical) concerns, as well as innovative attacks on press freedom.

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Join the Bronx Documentary Center (BDC) for a conversation and book signing with author, and educator, Dr. Lauren Walsh, as she discusses her new book Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter.

The event will take place on Thursday, June 09, 2022, at 19:30.

To RSVP, please vistit here.

2020 was a period of groundbreaking social and political upheaval, in combination with a colossal epidemiological crisis—and it urgently redefined the working conditions of photojournalists. The historic 2020 Black Lives Matter protests and the devastating Covid-19 pandemic presented unique challenges for photojournalism, forcing photographers into a terrain defined by new ethical, technological, and safety (emotional and physical) concerns, as well as innovative attacks on press freedom.

Through a series of interviews—with top photographers who covered 2020’s biggest crises, as well as key photo editors who grappled with these unprecedented obstacles inside the newsroom—Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter unpacks the industry’s most critical debates as it sheds light on the experiences and thought processes of the visual journalists themselves. Importantly, this book encourages readers to consider the efforts behind the camera lens: the challenges and risks visual journalists face to bring us the news in pictures.

Richly illustrated with evocative photos, Through the Lens is a timely and vital look at the role photojournalism serves in a world of crisis. It is a powerful follow-up to Lauren Walsh’s previous title, Conversations on Conflict Photography, which offers a crucial exploration of the visual documentation of war and humanitarian crisis.

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