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    La nuova Via della Seta di Xi Jinping riemerge dalla storia

    Lyon, France Politics, Current Affairs, Cultural 23 Mar 2019

    La locuzione Via della Seta evoca una serie di immagini commemorative di viaggi, viandanti, scambi, leggende, lingue impenetrabili, civiltà sconosciute[…] Facendo un balzo in avanti fino ad oggi, l'Italia vuole ora giocare un ruolo centrale nella nuova Via della Seta creata da Xi Jinping. Read more

  • Coverage of KUMBH: a collective act of faith and the largest public gathering in the world

    New Delhi, India Paranormal, Investigative Reporting, Research, Social, 360 Videography, Breaking News 31 Mar 2019

    We offer to provide full coverage of the largest congregation of faith. We will be providing raw footage and or post produced and packaged daily stories/documentaries for all 55 days of this mega event from the ground. Our team of cameramen and reporters/producers will be available for live coverage... Read more

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    The Untold Stories of Eritrean Migrants

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Current Affairs 31 Mar 2019

    Migration is still as a big concern in Eritrea. Youths, frustrated by the policies of the government, cross the border in droves, searching for a better life. Ethiopia hosts the highest number of refugees from Eritrea. The absence of rule of law, unlimited mandatory national service and absence of... Read more

  • Florida Flywheelers, a flea market and antique tractor show

    Fort Meade, United States of America Cultural 31 Mar 2019

    Interested in a huge annual event in Avon Park, Florida? Each year, collectors gather at this park to check out antique tractors and the Village where they see collectibles and buy and sell in the area flea market. This is a cultural event of interest to those in the farm tractor hobby. Read more

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    Infrastructure Threatens Congo Basin Wilderness

    Yaounde, Cameroon Science & Environment 31 Mar 2019

    A new highway will link Cameroon and the Republic of Congo for the first time. But it will come at a huge environmental cost. I am ready to discuss a 1000-word web or print reportage, which comes with a suit of original photos, with an international news outlet. Une nouvelle autoroute reliera... Read more

  • Breaking news Coverage

    Cape Town, South Africa Business, Finance, Politics, Current Affairs, Science & Environment, Natural Disasters, Sports, Social, Cultural, Breaking News 31 Mar 2019

    I am a freelance Videographer based in South Africa. I am available to cover breaking news and to produce theme based short documentaries and news package. Read more

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    The intra-african migration - the example of Dakar, Senegal

    Dakar, Senegal Social 31 Mar 2019

    Contrary to what is most often believed in Western countries, migration in Africa is for the biggest part intra-African (more than 80% of the migration is from an African country to an African country). In Senegal, there are many Guinean people, and also people for Cap-Verde but also from all over... Read more

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    Terror in New Zealand – analysis on international aspects

    København, Denmark Politics, Current Affairs, Investigative Reporting, Risk Analysis, Breaking News 31 Mar 2019

    Hi I’d like to offer my services on this matter. I have specialized in radical right movements for more than ten years and I am frequently used as an expert on the subject on pretty much all Danish networks and newspapers. And I have reported on it for international clients such as Radio New... Read more

  • Palestinian reaction to Israel elections

    Ramallah, Current Affairs 11 Apr 2019

    Israel will go to the polls on April 9th in one of the most controversial elections in its history, but what will this mean for Palestinians and any hope of peace in this deeply troubled region? Offering preview pieces/lives on the impact this will have on the fading dream of a two-state solution.... Read more

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    Algeria's population takes it to the street to express opposition

    Tunis, Tunisia Politics, Research, Social, Breaking News 22 Apr 2019

    Algeria's population takes it to the street to express its refusal for a fifth term of the current ruling president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Protests are growing day after day in various locations and big cities of the country. It's a first-ever demonstration of categorical refusal and political... Read more

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    No single high profile murder in Ghana has been solved after going cold.

    Kumasi, Ghana Investigative Reporting 30 Apr 2019

    Series of murder and killing of high profile people, for more than two decades now, but none has been brought to its conclusive stage, especially after going cold. Ghanaians are becoming disillusioned, embittered, and doubtful about the work of security services and now taking charge of their... Read more

  • Pigcasso - the painting pig

    Cape Town, South Africa Arts & Books, Entertainment & Celebrity, Social 30 Apr 2019

    Pigcasso is a pig who was rescued from a slaughterhouse in Cape Town. Currently the animal is housed at a pro vegan animal sanctaury where he paints with his snout. The hog’s paintings fetch up to USD 2000 per item and is one of the main attractions at the sanctuary. During April the... Read more

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    Goverment clean up of iconic Manila Bay continues despite opposition from various groups

    Malolos, Philippines Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the rehabilitation of the Manila Bay at the heels of a successful six months drive to clean up the resort island of Boracay in the country's central portion. Skeptics say that it can't be done, but the administration is dead set on performing its task even at the... Read more

  • BBOG: Chibok girls 5 years on

    Abuja, Nigeria Current Affairs 30 Apr 2019

    Backstory Following the kidnap of 296 girls by gunmen on the 14th of April, 2014, from the Government Secondary School, Chibok in Nigeria’s north east, the group Bring Back Our Girls was formed by Aisha Yesufu and Obiageli Ezekwesili. 4 years later, despite several bouts of advocacy and protests by... Read more

  • Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Is Around the Corner

    Harare, Zimbabwe Business, Finance, Current Affairs, Technology, Breaking News 06 May 2019

    Enos Denhere is a freelance journalist based in Bulawayo and Harare, Zimbabwe. He is a prolific writer with more than 7 years of experience in the creative writing industry, writing in print and online media. He has more than two hundred online articles, links and news pages currently he published... Read more

  • Perfect storm: Venezuelan crisis meets a struggling peace process and instability in Colombia

    Bucaramanga, Colombia Breaking News 17 May 2019

    In Colombia, progressive politicians are trying to pick up the pieces of the 2016 peace accord that ended over 50 years of armed violence. The treaty has been under attack since right-wing President, Ivan Duque, stepped into power in 2018. Meanwhile, Venezuela is descending into political and... Read more

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    Quest for Broader Knowledge

    Kumasi, Ghana Training 29 May 2019

    Stories about the daily struggle of deprived rural children to access education can, sometimes, be mind-boggling. The fate of pupils of a local Islamic school in a community near Bawku in the Upper East Region of Ghana remains uncertain. This is because decades after it was set up, secular... Read more

  • The “Weep Masters of Ethiopia”

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Cultural 31 May 2019

    Every culture in the world has its own customs of mourning and funeral ceremony. But I haven’t heard of “Weep masters” else where in the World. Ethiopia’s funeral services turn overwhelmingly aggressive in the presence of these “Weep masters”. “Aslekash” is what they are called. In Amharic, the word... Read more

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    Ten-year-old defies infirmity to delight in swimming

    Kampala, Uganda Sports 01 Jun 2019

    Despite infirmity on her right hand, Husinah Kukundakwe has taken the swimming fraternity of Uganda by storm with her skills in the pool. The ten-year-old has been swimming since her pre-primary and recently began competing favourably amongst the fully-abled age-mates. Her coach Matovu Wasswa picked... Read more

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    Monsour Del Rosario Continues to Serve Constituents in Makati Amid a Perceived Demolition Job from Political Opponents

    Manila, Philippines Politics 20 Jun 2019

    Manila, Philippines- Amid the Demolition Job that His opponents are perceived to be doing, Congressman Monsour del Rosario continues to serve his constituents doing his rounds twice to three times a week at the first district of Makati, attending to the needs of residents specially the elderly. Abby... Read more

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    L'Ecole des Sables, the school of contemporary dance of Senegal is in danger

    Dakar, Senegal Cultural 28 Jun 2019

    For twenty years, L'Ecole des sables in Toubab Dialaw - founded by Germaine Accogny, who is called the "mother of African contemporary dance" - has organized professional training workshops gathering dancers and choreographers from Africa, the African diaspora and all over the world. More than 500... Read more

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    Because You Refuse To See Me

    Kaduna, Nigeria Medical, Cultural 30 Jun 2019

    Currently, it is estimated that about 2.5 million children under the age of five have severe acute malnutrition in Nigeria and 90% of these cases are in Northern Nigeria. About 1.6 million of those malnourished children, call Kaduna state home. 20% of them will die before help comes. This, for me... Read more

  • What is entrepreneur, so never give up?

    Harare, Zimbabwe Business, Technology 08 Jul 2019

    Entrepreneurship is the act of creating a business or businesses while building and scaling it to generate a profit. However, as a basic entrepreneurship definition, it's a bit limiting. The more modern entrepreneurship definition is also about transforming the world by solving big problems. Like... Read more

  • Mauritius and Rwanda top the countries with freest economies in Africa

    Harare, Zimbabwe Business, Breaking News 10 Jul 2019

    The African Countries Ranked by Economic (Freest Economies). Mauritius is proving to be the best destiny in Africa to do business as it topping the list and is Africa's most developed country. They say, It will become the first developed country in Africa by 2022. It is Africa's best governed... Read more

  • Social and Political crisis in Venezuela

    Caracas, Venezuela Investigative Reporting 06 Aug 2019

    The political crisis in Venezuela has intensified since Juan Guaido proclaimed himself acting president, but what happens next depends on the United States and the Venezuelan military. In a country that has economically collapsed, with inflation forecast to hit a breathtaking 10 million per cent... Read more

  • Canada's cannabis legalisation

    Toronto, Canada Business, Current Affairs, Cultural, Breaking News 01 Oct 2019

    Cannabis will become officially legal in Canada on October 17. If you're interested in or require coverage - from business pieces to tourism to women entrepreneurs - please get in touch as I have a number of stories I can write for you. Read more

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    Amabherete makes a sudden come back

    Johannesburg South, South Africa Politics 01 Dec 2019

    Known for their brutal approach, heavy amination and bullet proofs embodied in them, the notorious Police tactical response team normally known as Amabherete have made a sudden come back after few years of disappearance. In a Press conference Police Minister Fikile Mbalula “South Africa has been... Read more

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    Barcelona, Spain Breaking News 31 Dec 2019

    I am available to radio and TV stations to report about the latest breaking news about Catalan affairs. English and Spanish. I am also available for scouting if you send a reporter. Read more

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    Lions, Tigers, and Bears - Oh My! 100 Hundred Years of Munich's Circus Krone

    Munich, Germany Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    In 1919, after the end of World War I, the Krone family of Munich, which had had a traveling animal show since 1870, opened Circus Krone in Munich. In 2019 Circus Krone will celebrate 100 years of great traditional and innovative circus entertainment as the world’s circus that has performed for the... Read more

  • Set Up, Revamp and Training for TV News Network

    New Delhi, India Business, Technology, Media Training, Training 31 Dec 2019

    We help set-up and launch of new TV stations as well as revamping of existing players by providing expertise in business model, technology, training, branding, manpower structuring, recruitment, content strategy, distribution strategy, launch and post launch handholding. Our clients are prominent... Read more

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