China and Russia hit back at Trump tariffs

China and Russia hit back at Trump tariffs

Image copyright Reuters Image caption US lobsters are among goods subject to Chinese retaliatory tariffs China has hit back after US tariffs on Chinese goods came into effect and President Donald Trump threatened to impose more. China’s commerce ministry said...
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Top 5 sports and activities that land Canadians in the hospital

Top 5 sports and activities that land Canadians in the hospital

Canadians love to spend time outdoors, but unfortunately, being active comes with some risks: you might get hurt. In 2016-17, 17,655 Canadians were hospitalized for sports-related injuries, according to data released on Thursday by the Canadian Institute for H...
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Africa:New Provision Made in .africa Domain Names for Resellers

Africa:New Provision Made in .africa Domain Names for Resellers

Registrars and/or Resellers (RaRs) that are not ICANN-accredited but wish to provision dotAfrica (.africa) domain names can now do so by simply becoming a reseller on the AF Proxy Domain Name Registration Platform. AF Proxy registration services allows non ICA...
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Africa:The UN Has Launched a Pan-African Entrepreneurship Portal-Platform

Africa:The UN Has Launched a Pan-African Entrepreneurship Portal-Platform

Photo: AfDB (file photo). By Baraka Jefwa The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) recently launched a Pan-African Entrepreneurship Portal-Platform, facilitated by Accenture. The YAS! (Youth for Africa and SDGs) Portal-Platform is designed for young Afr...
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Africa:Africa Must Integrate Economically, Politically for Survival – Museveni

Africa:Africa Must Integrate Economically, Politically for Survival – Museveni

press release Africa must renew its view of political integration where possible because this will guarantee strategic security ‘for the survival for our future as a free people’. “Being developed alone does not make you immune from external ...
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Maxwell credits head coach Langer for finding form

Maxwell credits head coach Langer for finding form

10:17 AM ET Liam Brickhill in Harare Glenn Maxwell has endured a topsy-turvy 2018, but after a half century punctuated by five sixes against Zimbabwe, he seems to be seeing the ball well again. ‘Watch the ball’ is a truism...
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UK High Court makes London inhospitable for fugitive Vijay Mallya whose extradition is the next logical step

UK High Court makes London inhospitable for fugitive Vijay Mallya whose extradition is the next logical step

A UK High Court judge, on 5 July 2018, issued an enforcement (seizure) order in favour of a consortium of 13 Indian banks, seeking to recover funds owed to them by fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya. The Kingfisher Airlines founder is...
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Humboldt Penguin lays egg at Mumbai’s Byculla Zoo; officials plan to add hatchling to present colony

Humboldt Penguin lays egg at Mumbai’s Byculla Zoo; officials plan to add hatchling to present colony

In just a few weeks, Mumbai’s Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan (commonly known as Byculla Zoo) is expected to welcome an addition to its colony of Humbodlt penguins. According to Mumbai Mirror, four-and-a-half-year-old Flipper laid an egg on Thursda...
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Thailand cave rescue: A community united in hope

Thailand cave rescue: A community united in hope

Image copyright AFP Image caption The boys have been trapped for nearly two weeks On Friday morning, the army of volunteers at the mouth of the Tham Luang cave in Thailand had the worst news so far – a former...
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Narendra Modi govt’s Bastar ‘development offensive’ showing results, tribals getting first taste of freedom

Narendra Modi govt’s Bastar ‘development offensive’ showing results, tribals getting first taste of freedom

Editor’s Note: In April this year, Union Home Ministry removed 44 districts from the list of those affected by Left Wing Extremism (LWE), indicating a shrinking of the area of Maoist influence in the country. This is the result of...
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