Africa:Africa’s Alternative Path to Development

Africa:Africa’s Alternative Path to Development

By Brahima Coulibaly Recent projections indicate that several Sub-Saharan African countries will experience robust economic growth over the next five years. By 2023, around one-third of the region’s economies will have grown at an average annual rate of 5% or...
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Fit for a princess: Windsor eatery sources Canadian cheese for royal menu

With the royal wedding mere days away, local businesses in Windsor are preparing to mark the high-profile event with festivities fit for a royal. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to tie the knot in Windsor, approximately 30 kilometres...
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Bangladesh upset by Australia’s snub

Bangladesh upset by Australia’s snub

8:38 AM ET Mohammad IsamESPN The Bangladesh Cricket Board has expressed disappointment at Cricket Australia’s decision to cancel their bilateral series in Australia later this year because the tour was not commercially viable. Nizamuddin Chowdhury, the B...
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Diego Rivera painting beats Frida Kahlo’s record

Image copyright EPA Image caption The Rivals was commissioned by Abby Rockefeller A painting by Mexican artist Diego Rivera has been sold by Christie’s in New York for a record $9.76m (£7.17m), the highest price paid for a Latin American...
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Cancer delays ‘leave patients at risk’

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The aim is for patients to get all the checks they need under one roof The lives of cancer patients are being put at risk, experts say, as the NHS struggles to see people...
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Former Abe aide admits to meeting with Kake Gakuen officials

Last month Tadao Yanase flatly denied a report that he had met the officials in April 2015, “as far as my memory goes.”
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Rolls-Royce takes high road with new SUV

Rolls-Royce takes high road with new SUV

Image copyright Rolls-royce Motor Cars Rolls-Royce has become the latest luxury car maker to launch an SUV. Chief executive Torsten Müller-Ötvös said the new Cullinan, which will cost more than £200,000, was a “seminal” moment and probably the ...
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Nicaragua protests: Tens of thousands in new anti-government rallies

Image copyright EPA Image caption Protesters waved the Nicaraguan flag and shouted anti-government slogans Tens of thousands of Nicaraguans have taken part in fresh anti-government protests in the capital, Managua, and in Matagalpa y Chinandega. Wearing the bl...
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Paine denies Warner relationship is broken

Paine denies Warner relationship is broken

May 10, 2018 Australia’s captain Tim Paine has denied that there is a relationship barrier to David Warner‘s return to the national team after his 12-month ban from the game expires next year. Warner was pinpointed by Cricket Australia as...
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Africa:Rwanda Ranked Among Top Conference Destinations

Africa:Rwanda Ranked Among Top Conference Destinations

By Collins Mwai Rwanda has been ranked by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) among Africa’s most popular conference and events destinations on the continent. The body ranked Rwanda, and specifically Kigali, third continentally, ...
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