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Why Chase Freedom Flex is the best credit card for holiday shopping

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  • The Chase Freedom Flex℠ is part of Chase’s quarterly 5% cash-back bonus program.
  • From now through the end of the year, cardholders can earn 5% cash back on PayPal and Walmart purchases, on up to $1,500 in spending once activated.
  • The vast majority of major retailers will let you check out with PayPal online, which means many of your holiday shopping purchases will qualify for the bonus.
  • If you max out the bonus, you’ll get $75 back. If you’re a new cardholder, you can also get $200 back after you
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Kenzo Takada remembered for style that meant ‘freedom for the woman’s body’

The fashion world has paid tribute to the Japanese designer Kenzo Takada, who has died aged 81 after contracting Covid-19 in France, describing him as a man of “energy, kindness and talent” whose international outlook and attitude towards women’s clothes were ahead of their time.



Kenzo Takada et al. standing in front of a crowd: Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters


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Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters

Models and designers took to social media to pay tributes to Takada, who was commonly referred to by his given name, Kenzo.

“So sad to hear of your loss today … will always remember your smile and humble demeanour … and positivity you shined on us all,” Naomi Campbell said on her Instagram account. “Rest with the angels.”

Related: Fashion designer Kenzo Takada dies after catching Covid-19 aged 81

Pat Cleveland, a pioneering African American model whom Takada championed, said her “heart was broken” over the death of her “dear friend”. She added: “He was such a

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women

Egyptian journalist tops ‘10 Most Urgent’ list of press freedom cases focused on women journalists

▪ The survey found female journalists are at risk even in countries not traditionally viewed as hostile to the press.

According to a report by Trollbusters and IWMF in 2018:

▪ More than 70 percent of women have experienced more than one type of harassment, threat or attack in the past.

▪ Nearly one-third of female journalists consider leaving the profession due to online attacks and threats.

Since 1992, 97 female journalists have been killed in connection to their work, according to CPJ, and 20 women were behind bars in 2019.

Online harassment of female journalists is not unique to one country, and should be taken seriously by newsrooms around the world. CPJ has documented threats and harassment in many countries including Pakistan, South Africa, India, Brazil and the Netherlands concerning journalists covering beats from sports to politics.

The One Free Press Coalition, a united group of pre-eminent editors and

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