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Udayanga's money trail: FCID requests M.L.A reports from 15 countries

The proper procedure was followed when a... The superior cinema hall of the Majestic... Hinting at contesting the upcoming Presi... Power and Energy Minister Ravi Karunanay... President Maithripala Sirisena left for ... Outlining the steps government intends t...

Driver’s Demerit Points System will effect at the year-end: DMT

Driver Improvement Points which was known as Driver’s Demerit Points System would be added to the driver's licence by the end of this year, Motor Traffic Department (DMT) said. Speaking to the Daily Mirror DMT Commissioner-General A. H. K. Jagath Chandrasiri said once the new system is introduced,....

Alena Degrik as far as possible (and whether) to Ukraine to launch a legal crypto currency exchange (+video)

Belarus launched the first in post-Soviet countries (except Baltic countries) regulated cryptocurrency exchange It accepts Bitcoin and Ethereum, and Fiat money, local and other currencies. This is an important event for the cryptocurrency sphere of the CIS, which will have an impact....

The 2019 Tatmadaw (Army, Navy and Air) sports meet opens; Success in sports indicates the level of national progress and reputation of the race

Nay Pyi Taw, January 16. “Sports promotion and achievements uplift the nation’s dignity and also amount to safeguarding the nation. The success in sports indicates the level of national progress and reputation of the race.Likewise, the sports success of Tatmadaw members also proves the high level of dignity and prowess of the Tatmadaw.

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing receives Japanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs H.E.Ms. Toshiko ABE

Nay Pyi Taw, January 16. Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing received State Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan H.E.Ms. Toshiko ABE at the parlour of Bayintnaung Villa here this morning. Also present together with the Senior General were Lt-Gen Soe Htut and senior....

Detention video shows another purported ISIS fighter saying he's from Canada

. A recently released video out of Syria featuring an English-speaking man who says he travelled from Canada to fight with ISIS has sparked questions in Canada, and prompted one expert to take a closer look at whether the man detained in Syria is the voice of several chilling ISIS propaganda videos.

B.C. tour operator says business suffering as Canada-China tensions escalate

A Richmond tour operator says he's experiencing a downturn in business due to rising political tensions between China and Canada. "It's really slow now — really slow," said Richard Zhang of CCVIP Travel. Zhang says with the Lunar New Year just around the corner, his staff should be fully occupied....

By killing the Internet, Zim kills commerce

WHEN the Zimbabwean government ordered internet service providers to shutter parts of the web in an effort to curb anti-­government protests, it also plunged homes into darkness because people can’t pay their utilities online. Most people in the southern African nation use Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Ltd.

Alexander Forbes executive exodus heats up

THE mass exodus of senior management at Alexander Forbes is heating up with the group expected to announce the departure of Tony Powis, the chief executive of corporate and employee benefits on Wednesday. The group is also expected to announce replacements for positions left vacant by the resignations of other group executive members.

Four Chinese tycoons transfer $17bn to trusts

FOUR Chinese tycoons transferred more than $17 billion of their wealth into family trusts late last year, underscoring how the rich are scrambling to protect their fortunes from the nation’s newly toughened tax regime. The latest example came from billionaire Sun Hongbin, chairman of real-­estate developer Sunac China Holdings Ltd.

Social Media Is Still Blocked, Here’s How To Still Access BUT This Too Could Be Blocked Soon

So after more than 24 hours without the internet in Zimbabwe, we have been switched back on . The blackout was directed by the government in a bid to control labour protests that have been taking place since Monday. However, not all the internet can be accessed by everyone.

Here Are Some Reactions To Zimbabwe’s Internet Shutdown

There’s been a lot of unrest in Zimbabwe over this past week and our government decided the best way to respond is by completely shutting down the internet. After shutting down the internet, a certain Deputy Minister of information still had the audacity to go ahead and say the internet was working just fine .

There Was Just A Congestion Problem, Zimbabwe’s Information Deputy Minister’s Silly Lie About The Internet Blackout

So the internet was switched off yesterday . We hoped and reasoned that this would never happen but the Zimbabwean government went ahead and ordered all internet service providers to block access to the internet. At first they just blocked access to social media and the popular chat application WhatsApp.

Brexit pushes UK to brink

THE UK stands at its most dangerous crossroads in decades after Parliament emphatically rejected Theresa May’s Brexit deal and left her facing an uncomfortable vote to oust her government. The humiliating defeat on Tuesday evening, the biggest for any government in modern history, leaves May’s....

Papua New Guinea

was on 26 February 2018 hit by a 7.5M earthquake that displaced 58,292 people (11,761 households) in the Southern Highlands, Hela and Western provinces. IOM worked closely with the government at both the national and sub-national levels to deliver build back safer trainings prior to distributing....

South Sudan

IOM DTM measures mixed migration along the Ugandan (UGA) border through four strategically located flow monitoring points (FMPs). Over 90 per cent of persons observed at these points are South Sudanese. The movement from UGA to SSD does not necessarily equal returns as most movement is short term and circular.

'Wrecker Corbyn': how Thursday's papers covered May's Brexit vote aftermath

The newspapers navigate the no-confidence motion, then the PM’s open door, then Jeremy Corbyn’s rejection. The UK papers focused on the latest Brexit deadlock, this time between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn. Composite: Various. The front pages all lead with Brexit news, and while all agree there....

ACLU: Government mistakenly wanted to deport US veteran

DETROIT (AP) A Marine veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder was held for three days for possible deportation before federal authorities learned that he was a U.S. citizen born in Michigan, lawyers said Wednesday. Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, 27, lives in the Grand Rapids area. He was released on Dec.

Outpouring of generosity for TSA workers, others without pay

On Wednesday, donations of diapers, juice, garbage bags, canned soup and boxes of Ramen noodles were being unloaded onto luggage carts at the valet drop-off curb at Orlando International Airport, to be distributed to TSA workers there the next day. "I just wanted to support the federal workers who....

Buhari condoles with Kenyatta over attack

An injured man being taken out of Dusit2 hotel in Nairobi after the attack by Al Shabaab terrorists. By Ismaila Chafe. As the casualty in the Kenya’s terror attack hits 21, President Muhammadu Buhari, has commiserated with the government and people on the attack on a hotel and office complex in Nairobi.

Govt issues security guarantee for Nairobi world athletics meet

. Thursday January 17 2019. Fans wave Kenyan flags on Day 5 of the the World Under 18 Championships on July 16, 2017 at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani. The IAAF on July 26, 2018 awarded Nairobi the hosting rights for the 2020 World Under 20 Championships. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary.

Did 'Chapo' really pay Mexico's ex-president Sh10bn?

This handout picture taken on January 19, 2017 and released by the Mexican Interior Ministry shows Joaquin Guzman Loera aka "El Chapo" Guzman (C) escorted in Ciudad Juarez by the Mexican police as he is extradited to the United States. PHOTO | HO | INTERIOR MINISTRY OF MEXICO | AFP In Summary.

Jaitley diagnosed with soft tissue cancer, says report

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who left for the US for medical treatment, has been diagnosed with a rare kind of cancer and may not be able to present this year’s Interim Budget on February 1, sources said. Jaitley had left for the US on Sunday for what was believed to be a medical check-up relating to his kidney ailment.

Silver wind cruise ship visits

The Government Information Unit is reporting that the recently refurbished Silver Wind, a small luxury cruise ship operated by Silversea Cruises , will be visiting our shores on Thursday, January 17, 2019. There will be more and they will be bigger by 2020…as the Ministry of Communication and Works....

Envipco Reverse Vending Machines to Return 10p for Bottles & Cans 09.01.2019 13:11 Viridor Takes Charge of Collections in Scottish Bottle Deposit Trial Viridor is working with the Scottish Grocers Federation and a reverse vending machine manufacturer on a

Envipco Reverse Vending Machines to Return 10p for Bottles & Cans 09.01.2019 13:11 Viridor Takes Charge of Collections in Scottish Bottle Deposit Trial. Viridor is working with the Scottish Grocers Federation and a reverse vending machine manufacturer on a three-month deposit return scheme trial in Scotland.

House speaker asks Trump to delay State of Union speech

By Michael Hernandez. WASHINGTON. U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged President Donald Trump on Wednesday to delay his State of the Union address as long as the partial government shutdown is ongoing. Alternatively, Pelosi wrote in a letter to the president, Trump could submit....

UK: Calls mount for second referendum on Brexit

By Muhammad Mussa LONDON. A day after the government’s Brexit deal went down in defeat in parliament, calls for a “people’s vote” on the deal are growing louder, as 71 opposition Labour MPs have given their backing to a second referendum. The letter, signed by a further 13 MEPs, will add increasing....

Turkey 'strongly' condemns deadly hotel attack in Kenya

By Fatih Hafiz Mehmet. ANKARA. Turkey has denounced Tuesday's deadly hotel attack in the Kenyan capital which took the lives of over a dozen people. "We strongly condemn this heinous attack. We extend our condolences to the bereaved families and to the people and government of Kenya, and wish a....

Ethiopia: Govt attacks 'anti-peace' elements in Oromia

By Addis Getachew ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia. Ethiopia's government on Wednesday confirmed it had launched attacks against what it described as “anti-peace elements” operating in the western Oromia regional state. But speaking to foreign media, government spokeswoman Belene Yosef denied that the....

Israeli energy minister visits historical Cairo mosque

CAIRO. An Israeli official on Wednesday paid a rare visit to one of Cairo's most prominent mosques, according to Israel’s embassy in Egypt. On its official Facebook page, the embassy published photos of Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz touring the Great Mosque of Mohamed Ali Pasha in Old Cairo’s historic citadel.

Turkey preparing to get camel wrestling on UNESCO list

By Esra Bilgin and Halil Sahin. IZMIR, Turkey. A mayor in Aegean province of Izmir on Wednesday said they were preparing to apply to UNESCO for listing the traditional camel wrestling in Intangible Cultural Heritage. “We are organizing the International Selcuk-Ephesus Symposium on Culture of Camel Dealing and Camel Wrestling between Jan.
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