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Advanced Wireless begins shipping hundreds of access points it donated to rebuild Irpin’s Wi-Fi network

Darryl Morin, President and CEO of Advanced Wireless, Inc. (AWI), formally announced on February 1 the donation and pending shipment of more than 800 site-survivable Wi-Fi access points to...
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Strength of immigrant roots: How Marina Dimitrijevic builds a cultural bridge between Milwaukee and Serbia

In a city like Milwaukee with a history woven by diverse ethnic threads, Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic is an example of a unique community tapestry that both honors her heritage and incorporates...
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A nation at the crossroads: Understanding the global impact of Serbia’s internal political discontent

In the heart of the Balkans, Serbia finds itself embroiled in a profound political upheaval, following the recent parliamentary and local elections. The main opposition coalition, Serbia Against...
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President Zelenskyy invites Trump to Kyiv to fulfill his self-proclaimed ability to stop Russia’s war in 24 hours

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he was worried by the prospect of Donald Trump returning to the White House, branding Trump’s claim that he could stop Ukraine’s war with...
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Netanyahu snubs President Biden by rejecting talk of Palestinian Statehood while depending on U.S. funding

Embattled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on January 18 rejected calls from the United States to scale back Israel’s brutal military offensive in the Gaza Strip, or even consider...
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Dwyane Wade: Marquette alumnus and NBA Hall of Famer gives $3M gift to grow literacy for local kids

Dwyane Wade is donating $3 million to Marquette University, just over two decades after leading the Golden Eagles to their last Final Four appearance. Marquette announced the gift on January 15 as...
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A Confluence of Conflicts: Why Milwaukee’s economy remains vulnerable to turmoil in the Middle East

A region long synonymous with volatile politics and a tangled religious history, the Middle East entered 2024 grappling with a complex confluence of conflicts that stretch across national borders...
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Korean American Day: Celebrating cultural heritage, economic contributions, and community influence

The city of Milwaukee celebrates Korean American Day on January 13, highlighting the rich cultural heritage of Korea and its growing influence in the local community and across the United States....
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Amputation and death: Another Wisconsin lumber company is fined for violations of workplace safety

A lumber company in northeastern Wisconsin has been fined nearly $300,000 by federal safety regulators for continuing to expose workers to amputation and other dangers years after an employee was...
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Earthquake in Japan shatters the peace of New Year’s Day and revives trauma from 2011 triple disasters

The powerful earthquake that shattered the peace of New Year’s Day in central Japan did not spur massive tsunamis like those that scoured the Pacific coast in 2011, killing nearly 20,000...
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Year In Review 2023: Milwaukee still helping sister city heal one year after Irpin’s occupation

2023 began with the fading threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. But in Wisconsin, the danger to democracy accelerated because of a gerrymandered monopoly by a corrupt political party in Madison. That...
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Year In Review 2023: Being embedded in the trauma of Ukrainians fighting to save their country

2023 began with the fading threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. But in Wisconsin, the danger to democracy accelerated because of a gerrymandered monopoly by a corrupt political party in Madison. That...
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