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Daily nightmare of commuting on Egypt roads

CAIRO: In a city as big and busy as Cairo, a daily commute is simply a nightmare. From lorries ramming into smaller cars, to pedestrians suddenly stepping into the road, a journey in Cairo on a busy day can seem like navigating through hell. To survive on Egypt’s streets, one must abide by an....

The fast and always furious: Why do Lebanese people drive the way they do?

DUBAI: Cars zoom by at speeds that do not seem possible. Mopeds carrying three or more people pop out from all directions. Potholes scattered across the street force you to swerve left and right at any given moment, while unavoidable bumps dent the bottom of your vehicle causing you to bounce out of your seat.

Tunisian government announces social reforms after week of unrest

TUNIS: Tunisia’s government on Saturday announced an increase in aid to the needy and improved health care as part of social reforms following a week of unrest triggered by austerity measures. Social Affairs Minister Mohamed Trabelsi told reporters that monthly aid to needy families would rise from....

Students face Kafkaesque impediments challenging Iran's theocracy

Shahid Beshesti University (SBU), Tehran, January 14, 2018. On several occasions, meeting with brilliant, tech-savvy Iranian university students who are thoroughly charming, fearless and outspoken, this observer is presented a very different picture of what Iranians are facing than what is being....

Game over for ‘Cashgate’ says Governor Kabambe: Reserve Bank of Malawi announce new control measures

Reserve Bank of Malawi Governor, Dr Dalitso Kabambe has disclosed that the central bank has formulated a comprehensive action plan to decisively deal with “Cashgate’’-a financial scandal involving looting, theft and corruption at Capital Hill, the seat of Government of Malawi.

Facebook page 'Blackfulla Revolution' hacked ahead of Australia Day, say admins

The administrators of a popular Aboriginal Facebook community claim their page was hacked and taken offline in an attack they believe was racially motivated. "Blackfulla Revolution" was launched in 2014 and had 157,000 likes before it was removed last Thursday. Posts on the page focused on Indigenous advocacy and issues like health and education.

Postpartum healthcare

Sammanfattning : The overall aims are to explore pregnant women's expectations of postpartum care, midwives experience of organizational and professional change and parents' and midwives' experiences of postpartum care using VC. During the 1980s early discharge was introduced to facilitate a more family-oriented postpartum care.

LG G7 With Dual Front Cameras Render Also Lacks Bottom Bezel

LG’s successor to last year’s LG G6 is shaping up to be a formidable entry in the smartphone market. A render for the LG G7 has been leaked online, and it appears to suggest that the next flagship could pack in dual front-facing cameras and that it could do away with the bottom bezel of its predecessor.

How Facebook's latest changes will affect your news feed

In a post Thursday, Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said community feedback has shown that public content has been "crowding out the personal moments that lead us to connect more with each other." The goal of the product teams will be to help Facebook's more than 2 billion monthly users find....

Dogs continue search for mudslide survivors

CAMARILLO, Calif. — With one word, Decker jumped from boulder to boulder, sniffing around fallen trees and pieces of debris as he climbed over a mud-soaked bank in Montecito. “Search.” As rescue efforts continued following Tuesday’s mudslide, the 7-year-old dog searched for any survivors still....

Aung San Suu Kyi hails military probe into Rohingya mass grave

‘s civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi has called the military’s investigation into the deaths of Rohingya Muslims found in a mass grave a “positive indication,” state media reported Saturday. The military, which has been accused of indiscriminate killings, rape and burning of Rohingya villages,....

Climbing low

All will be quiet at Everest Base Camp this fall. For the first time in nearly two decades there is no autumn expedition from the south side on the world's highest mountain. So is the lure of Everest fading? "I don't think so," says Ganesh Raj Karki, undersecretary at the trekking and mountaineering....

Leave Royal Nepal alone

The timing could have been better, and it shouldn't have been done with the threat of bankruptcy hanging overhead. But other than that, Royal Nepal Airlines has made what is probably one of its wisest decisions in recent times by scrapping its flights to Europe.

In Bogotá, UN Secretary-General Guterres expresses full support for peace process in Colombia

(AGENPARL) - New York, 14 January 2018 2:25. 13 January 2018 In an official visit to Colombia, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Saturday met with the country’s President in the capital, Bogotá, where the UN chief said it is the duty of all the citizens of the world to support the peace process there.

Commentary: Romney should open his mind to space exploration

The news that Orrin Hatch will retire from the Senate means, at least according to conventional wisdom, that Mitt Romney — former presidential candidate, former governor of Massachusetts and current resident of Utah — will run for his seat. Romney is said to be so popular that he is all but a shoe-in.

Samuel Ortom: Cry, my beloved governor

By Chidi Obineche. Benue State governor Dr Samuel Loraer Ortom has been in the eye of the storm smarting from a horrendous bloodletting in his state. Sensational killings by Fulani herdsmen which have left his state broken, stymied, and bruised, gradually snowballed into a huge security threat and pain.

14th January 2018 - Ipob member missing for 19 months

From Jeff Amechi Agbodo, Onitsha. Eighty-two-year-old Madam Usulor Nwali, mother of a member of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Abraham Nwali, who has been missing, has cried out to security agencies and the federal government to release his son, whether he is dead or alive.


) and Henry Okonkwo. Nigerians [email protected] have risen in fiery and stout condemnation of the abominable sexual liaison that took place between a mother-in-law and her son-in-law in Nasarawa State, which eventually resulted in a pregnancy. In a striking consensus of views, several Nigerians....

N640m bounty: Furore over Rivers wanted cultists

From TONY JOHN, Port Harcourt. A whopping N640 million is currently up for grab for Rivers State residents with vital information on the whereabouts of 32 persons declared wanted by the state government. Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, had on Monday, January 8 placed a bounty of N20 million on each of the wanted persons.

Dining with the devil

The present administration of President Muhammadu Buhari ended the year 2017 in grand style by unwittingly adding another feather to its cap – reintegrating the dead into public service. The administrative action that was meant to give speed to governance ended up an albatross for a government that is fast gaining mistrust from the governed.

Pain, agony of 16-yr-old in the hands of ‘prayer warrior’

From Gyang Bere, Jos. Andrew Mathew, a 16-year-old, who dropped out from primary school, can credibly say that he has experienced hell on earth. He is currently battling to survive the deep cuts allegedly inflicted on him in the guise of deliverance from witchcraft activities.

2019: Battle for National Assembly hots up in Anambra

From David Onwuchekwa, Nnewi. As the battle for the National Assembly come 2019 intensifies in Anambra State, one of the contenders for Nnewi North/Nnewi South and Ekwusigo federal constituency, Comrade Uzor Nwosu has declared why his mission and ambition must be supported.

letter to every Nigerian woman

Dear Nigerian women, I know I have made a lot of noise about different issues affecting women in their marriages and relationships but today I will be doing something different. I will like to have a heart to heart talk with you today. It is a new year and I think the most appropriate time to talk about this is now.

Hawaii residents said 'I love yous' and 'goodbyes' thinking they had just minutes to live after bogus missile warning

Petrified Hawaiians told loved ones 'goodbye' believing they were about to die Panic and confusion swept the US state as residents and tourists scrambled for shelter following the warning on Saturday morning. The alert sent to phones and written all in block capitals, read: "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII.

Chelsea Manning files for US Senate bid in Maryland

NORTH BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Chelsea Manning intends to run for the U.S. Senate in Maryland, returning the transgender former soldier to the spotlight after her conviction for leaking classified documents and her early release from military prison. Manning, 30, filed her statement of candidacy with....

Tunisian government announces social reforms after week of unrest

TUNIS Tunisia — Tunisia’s government on Saturday announced an increase in aid to the needy and improved health care as part of social reforms following a week of unrest triggered by austerity measures. Social Affairs Minister Mohamed Trabelsi told reporters that monthly aid to needy families would....

Austria's leader to Europe: 'Judge us on our actions'

By AFP yesterday in World Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz appealed to Europe on Friday to give his conservative-far right coalition a chance, during a visit to France whose President Emmanuel Macron reached office by triumphing over the anti-immigration National Front.

As Trump clamps down, migrant workers have much to lose

Now, after Donald Trump decided to end a program that has allowed her to work legally in the country, along with 200,000 fellow immigrants from El Salvador, she fears she is about to lose it all. Unless Congress can find a long-term solution to replace the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program....


SAIPAN, CNMI (Marianas Variety, July 8) - Governor Juan N. Babauta says "part of the problem" with Compact Impact reimbursements is that "everybody has their own estimates," and an agreement on the amount Hawaii, Guam and the CNMI will get has not been reached with the federal government.

Debt Owed By Guam Hospital To Vendors Is The Worst It’s Ever Been

Governor wants to borrow money to resolve outstanding bills, renovate facility. By Shawn Raymundo. HAGÅTÑA, Guam (Pacific Daily News, July 13, 2016) – Owing money to vendors has been a persistent problem over the years for Guam’s public hospital, but some vendors say the current situation far exceeds the past.

Continuous isolation

Jan 14, 2018-The recent death of a 23-year-old woman in a chhaupadi hut in Achham shows that the harmful tradition is still being practiced to varying degrees. Chhaupadiwhich translates to “untouchable being”has been practiced for centuries in the Mid and Far-Western region of Nepal.
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