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News for the Week February 25


Downtown Greensboro salon owner says she might relocate if city leaders don’t provide end to homelessness

A Greensboro business owner says if city leaders don’t come up with a solution to end homelessness, they’ll pack up and find a new place to do business. Locking the door every time a customer leaves is something hairdressers at Bliss in Company Downtown Salon on Elm Street in Greensboro do all the time. The owner Cara Hodges says the main reason for it is because of people harassing customers. “It could be some of the homeless people. For us, it’s really more people that are having some major mental health issues. When they come in, it’s really hard to get them out,” Hodges said. Hodges says she has sympathy for those in need, but recent encounters have pushed her over the edge.  “From people laying at our doorstep to exposing themselves at times through the window,” Hodges said. Though it’s the number one thing on city leaders’ list to take care of, Hodges feels her concerns have fallen on deaf ears. “I think it would be helpful if business owners felt like they were being supported at the same level that some of these homeless folks are being supported,” Hodges said.

Norway’s King Harald, Europe’s oldest monarch, in hospital in Malaysia after falling ill on vacation

King Harald V of Norway remained hospitalized with an infection on Malaysia’s northern resort island of Langkawi on Wednesday as officials said that his condition was improving. Harald, Europe’s oldest monarch at age 87, became ill while he was on vacation. His son, Crown Prince Haakon, said in Norway that his father “is doing better now.” Now, he needs some rest, so it looks like things are going better.” In a brief statement, the royal household said, “The king’s personal physician is in Langkawi and confirms that the king is improving from his infection.” Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre said, “We get worried when our king gets ill and is admitted to hospital, whether in Norway or abroad.”

China urges largest nuclear states to negotiate a ‘no-first-use’ treaty

States with the largest nuclear arsenals should negotiate a treaty on no-first-use of nuclear weapons against each other or make a political statement in this regard, the Chinese foreign ministry’s arms control department said. Director general of the department, Sun Xiaobo, called on nuclear states to fulfill their “special and priority responsibilities” on nuclear disarmament according to the U.N. Conference on Disarmament, which seeks to prevent nuclear war, official news agency Xinhua said on Wednesday. The U.N. disarmament forum should also respond to emerging scientific and technological challenges such as artificial intelligence, outer space and cyber, he said. Sun described the international strategic security situation as facing new challenges, and that countries with the strongest military power have repeatedly “broken treaties” in order to “seek their own absolute superiority”.


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