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Dominica report for House committee

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley. PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley says a report by former ambassador Christopher Thomas will be sent to a parliamentary committee in a week. He was responding to a prime minister's question in the House on Friday from Naparima MP Rodney Charles on when the....

Work on Key Road, Power Projects Inaugurated In Bamyan

Sunday November 11, 2018. Kabul (BNA) President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, leading a high level delegation, including Mohammad Sarwar Danesh, the Second Vice-President and a number of cabinet ministers arrived in central province of Bamyan.

President Ghani Meets Bamyan Religious Scholars, Women and University Lecturers

Sunday, November 11, 2018. Bamyan (BNA) President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, during his stay in central province of Bamyan, met with a number of religious scholars, women and university lectures, according to a statement from the presidential press office.

ZACC Investigating “Murky” Airport Road Deal, Former Local Minister Ignatius Chombo Under Spotlight

By Own Correspondent | Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission (ZACC) commissioner (investigations) Goodson Nguni has revealed that the anti graft body will next week have full details regarding complaints raised by Harare City Council over the “murky” Airport road deal which reportedly fleeced the local authority of millions of dollars.

EU 'turns off life support' for PM as DUP joins forces with Tory Eurosceptics

's chances of putting together a Brexit deal have been plunged into chaos after the EU rejected her compromise plan - as Eurosceptics and Remainers vowed to torpedo the package. The PM looks to be on the brink of disaster after Brussels 'turned off the life support' by dismissing her only hope of forcing an agreement through Cabinet.

National Bank of Oman’s 'Tijarat' Speaker Series Arms SMEs With Practical Business Knowledge

“Small and medium-sized enterprises represent a significant portion of all businesses in Oman. They can make a strong contribution to the country by creating jobs, empowering youth and diversifying the economy,” said Fawaz Sulaiman Al-Riyami, AGM – Head of Small & Medium Enterprises at NBO.

Philip Emeagwali: ‘The Bill Gates Of Africa’

T here’s more than one story told about the struggle of Philip Emeagwali, a Nigerian Computer Scientist who has lived in the United States for so many years. The engineer, mathematician and geologist, one story says, just like other African children of his childhood days, may have dropped out of....

Ex-BB governor Farashuddin buys AL nomination form

Former Bangladesh Bank governor Farashuddin buys AL nomination form for polls. Published: November 11, 2018 13:04:15 | Updated: November 11, 2018 13:07:10 Former Bangladesh Bank Governor Mohammed Farashuddin has bought a nomination form seeking to contest the upcoming parliamentary election on the Awami League ticket.

Death toll rises to 23 in California's most destructive wildfire on record

PARADISE, Calif. -- The air thick with smoke from a ferocious wildfire that was still burning homes Saturday, residents who stayed behind to try to save their property or who managed to get back to their neighbourhoods in this Northern California town found cars incinerated and homes reduced to rubble.

Republic plebiscite gathers momentum

Australia's Republic Movement believes appetite for a change in head of state will only continue to grow following plans for a national plebiscite. The movement's director Michael Cooney has called Labor's intentions to put $160 million towards a plebiscite on the issue, if it wins government, as a "huge step forward".

Il-Kummissjoni tbassar li l-pagi f’Malta se jikbru bit-triplu taż-żieda fl-UE

Il-Kummissjoni Ewropea qed tbassar li Malta se jkollha żieda fil-pagi tal-ħaddiema ta’ 1.8%, li huwa t-triplu taż-żieda li l-istess rapport qed ibassar għall-bqija tal-pajjiżi kollha tal-Unjoni Ewropea. Dan ħareġ mir-rapport tal-Kummissjoni Ewropea Autumn Economic Forecast. Is-sezzjoni ta’ Malta ġġib l-isem, “Malta: Sustained economic growth”.

Big Ben To Lead Ringing Of Bells Marking End Of World War One

Big Ben, one of the world's most famous bells, is to ring out on Sunday to mark the end of the centenary of World War One. The UK Parliament authorities said on Thursday that, despite ongoing essential conservation works, the Elizabeth Tower's world famous Great Bell, better known as Big Ben, will....

On Afghanistan, India To Hold Joint Talks With Taliban At 'Non-Official' Level

India on Thursday confirmed that it will attend, albeit at a non-official level, a multilateral meeting in Moscow on Afghanistan on Friday where the Afghan Taliban will also be present. "We are aware that the Russian Federation is hosting a meeting in Moscow on November 9 on Afghanistan," said External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar.

Veterans Day 2018: What's open, what's closed

Veterans parade down the terminal. Syracuse Honor Flight Mission 10 veterans are greeted at Syracuse Hancock Airport after spending the day in Washington, D.C. They visited war monuments and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery, September 30, 2017. Michael Greenlar | mgreenlar@syracuse.

Top Story No 'Excitement' in Beef Market as Prices Stay Steady, Demand Strong

Analysts says there isn’t much excitement in cattle markets thanks to an economy that has consumers “buying T-bone steaks instead of pork chops” but the market could turn upside down by the Spring. ( Wyatt Bechtel ) While cattle markets may not be as exciting (or frustrating) as the past few years....

Live: Long delays on M6

Motorists are facing delays on the M42 northbound this afternoon. A car has broken down between J6 for A45 Coventry Road and J7 for Coleshill. Drivers were also facing long delays on the M6 northbound motorway after a car broke down earlier this afternoon. The car had broken down between J3 A444 (Nuneaton / Bedworth / Coventry) and J3A.

AP - BC-SOC--Mexico-Investiga, 0113

Contributed by NAMPA / Associated Press. Mexico probes possible collusion in soccer signings

Villa Park man accused of stealing drugs from evidence vault

Official misconduct charges have been filed against a former civilian employee of a suburban Chicago police department for allegedly stealing drugs from an evidence vault. John Simons of Lombard turned himself into authorities at the DuPage County sheriff's office on Tuesday, posted bail and was released.

Australia details investment in South Pacific infrastructure

Australia's prime minister has outlined the country's plans to increase investments in infrastructure in the South Pacific as China's influence in those nations grows. Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday also detailed plans for greater military and diplomatic engagement with Australia's island....

University of Montana seeks to reduce budget by $5M

The University of Montana is planning to reduce its faculty by 58 members and cut its budget by $5 million by 2021. The Missoulian reports provost Jon Harbor says the university expects to drop 12 percent of its faculty, but it aims to keep tenured members and those on track for tenure.

Bangladesh rescues 33 ʻMalaysia-bound’ refugees from sea

Bangladesh's coast guard rescued 33 refugees and detained six alleged human traffickers from a fishing trawler headed for Malaysia in the Bay of Bengal, an official said Wednesday. The rescued included 14 men, 10 women and nine children who had been living in refugee camps in the southeastern....

Don Dale still a crime scene after riot

Authorities cannot yet say when the Don Dale Youth Detention Centre will re-open after Tuesday night's riot with the site still a crime scene. There are 25 children currently in the police watch house, following the riot that started when two detainees assaulted a youth justice worker with a metal....

Tañada on murder of NUPL lawyer: ‘Why can’t these killings stop?’

READ: Human rights lawyer shot dead in Kabankalan, Negros Occidental Ramos, the 34th lawyer killed under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte (24th excluding judges and prosecutors, and 8th in the Visayas), was shot dead in Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental on Tuesday night.

World News

Annabelle Liang, Associated Press SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian markets rose on Thursday after the U.S. midterm elections went as expected, soothing fears of a sudden shift on trade and economic policies. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark ... JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The U.S.

University of Montana seeks to reduce budget by $5M

The University of Montana is planning to reduce its faculty by 58 members and cut its budget by $5 million by 2021. The Missoulian reports provost Jon Harbor says the university expects to drop 12 percent of its faculty, but it aims to keep tenured members and those on track for tenure.

Cornwall misses out on Coca-Cola Christmas truck visit

Holidays are coming, holidays are coming... but not to Cornwall. The Duchy is missing out on a visit from the Coca-Cola truck this Christmas. The drinks company has revealed where and when the big red truck will appear. The closest it will come to the Duchy is Exeter this Sunday, 11th November.

IL&FS case: Government mulling options including crisis hit firm’s sale, says Corporate Affairs Secretary

IL&FS case: After exploring multiple options, the government is considering a sale of IL&FS as a way out for crisis-hit infrastructure lender, Corporate Affairs Secretary Injeti Srinivas said on Monday. The NBFC sector is not facing any liquidity stress and a crisis situation doesn’t exist in NBFC sector in short-term, he said.

Share market LIVE updates: Sensex, Nifty in red; Axis Bank top index contributor; FMCG, media shares drag

Share market live today: Sensex and Nifty — the benchmark indices of the domestic equity markets — extended losses during afternoon trade deals on Monday tracking weak cues from the global markets, rupee depreciation and heavy selling pressure in blue-chip stocks.

China’s imports of goods, services to exceed USD 40 trillion in 15 years, says President Xi Jinping

China’s imported goods and services are set to exceed USD 40 trillion in the next 15 years, President Xi Jinping pledged Monday as he kicked off a major import fair in which India and 80 other countries are participating. An Indian delegation led by Commerce Secretary Anup Wadhawan is taking part....

Delhi air pollution: Arvind Kejriwal, Amarinder Singh trade barbs as capital chokes on toxic air

Even as Delhi continues to choke under severe air pollution with the AQI slipping to ‘hazardous’ category on Monday, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal engaged in a war of words over the current environmental emergency in the national capital.

Capital First founder gifts Rs 20 crore worth of shares to maids, drivers, colleagues, family

Capital First Ltd’s founder and chairman Vaidyanathan Vembu has given nearly 430,000 shares worth over Rs 20 crore from his personal shareholding to two of his drivers, three maids, some former and present colleagues and family members, ahead of Diwali, the company said.
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