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    Anglophon crisis escalate in Cameroon 200 people Running Gunshots and Violences from EDIKI village

    Mbanga, Cameroon Current Affairs, Breaking News 20 Apr 2018

    Hi all more than 200 anglophone people have run away from Ediki village in South west region of Cameroon. They wer running atroce violences following and violent fight between army and arms separatists group last friday. They seeks refuge in mbanga since Friday. Some succed to take the train to... Read more

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    Opposition Leader Declares "Velvet Revolution" Amid Continuing Civil Unrest in Armenia

    Yerevan, Armenia Politics, Current Affairs 20 Apr 2018

    An opposition leader in Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, is continuing to lead a civil disobedience movement, having declared a "popular, non-violent, velvet revolution" following the inauguration of Serge Sargsyan as prime minister with far-reaching powers under an amended, now parliamentary constitution.... Read more

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    Will The Fast Adopted Cure For TB Scale Down The High Rate Of TB Cases In Uganda?

    Kampala, Uganda Health & Fitness 20 Apr 2018

    Patients with multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in Uganda, a more complicated form of the disease, can now have a sigh of relief after the Ministry of Health formally adopted a new regimen which will reduce treatment time from the current two years to 11 months or less. The shortened... Read more

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    UGANDA GOV’T DECLINES RENEWING MINING LICENSE FOR FRENCH WORLD’S LEADING PRODUCER OF BUILDING MATERIALS, LAFARGE

    Kampala, Uganda Business 20 Apr 2018

    UGANDA GOV’T DECLINES RENEWING MINING LICENSE FOR FRENCH WORLD’S LEADING PRODUCER OF BUILDING MATERIALS, LAFARGE French leading world producer of Cement, Lafarge is bound to lose its 40 million dollar investment plant in Uganda due for commissioning next month, if the Uganda government doesn’t... Read more

  • Havana: Major political developments today, tomorrow

    La Habana, Cuba Politics 24 Apr 2018

    A major political development is scheduled for Thursday 19th in Havana. A new National Assembly will take office and elect a new Head of State in Cuba, who for the first time in nearly six decades will expectedly NOT be a member of the historical leadership that fought with Fidel Castro in the 1959... Read more

  • 51st Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank, 3-6 May 2018

    Manila, Philippines Business, Finance, Politics, Current Affairs, Breaking News 27 Apr 2018

    I am accredited to cover the upcoming meeting in broadcast, print and digital format and available for commissions. Please see https://www.adb.org/annual-meeting/2018/main for further information. Read more

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    Artifacts discovered at the archaeological excavation site at "Giant's Tank", in northern Sri Lanka.

    Mannar, Sri Lanka Current Affairs, Technology, Science & Environment, Research, Social, Cultural 30 Apr 2018

    Several artifacts including three bowl furnace used for the production of beads, “slags” used to extract glass, Blue and green colored glass pieces and large pieces of oars used for refining glass, found at the Archaeological excavations site near the “Giant Tank” (Yodha Wewa) In Mannar. The... Read more

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    Video interview with former NJ Gov. Jim Florio

    Cherry Hill, United States of America Politics 30 Apr 2018

    In-studio interview with former NJ Gov. Jim Florio. Available for licensing on other news sites. Depending on license level chosen, we can make a custom version with your graphic dress and logos. Interview was shot on green screen and can be keyed into your own backdrop. See... Read more

  • Chibok Girls kidnap- 4 years after-113 girls still missing

    Abuja, Nigeria Current Affairs 30 Apr 2018

    Chibok Kidnap Anniversary TITLE: Chibok Kidnap Anniversary Date of event: 14/04/2018 Backstory : On April 14, 2018, it will be exactly 4 years since 219 girls were kidnapped from Chibok, in Nigeria’s North East. Pitch: I intend to anchor the story around Aisha Yesufu who has been the... Read more

  • Shiites Shutdown Abuja

    Abuja, Nigeria Current Affairs 30 Apr 2018

    Members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria have staged a massive rally in Nigeria's capital, Abuja. They demand the release of their supreme leader, Sheikh Ibraheem El Zak Zaky who was incarcerated by the Nigerian government in December 2015. The Nigerian government also killed thousands of... Read more

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    Verdict in the Submarine Murder Case

    København, Denmark Current Affairs, Breaking News 30 Apr 2018

    The submarine case where Peter Madsen is charged with murdering and dismembering Swedish journalist Kim Wall will have its guilty/not guilty verdict on the 25th of April. I have covered this for RTE, BBC Radio Scotland and am covering it for BBC World Service. I live very close to where the torso... Read more

  • Exclusive Interview With Chibok Parent

    Abuja, Nigeria Current Affairs 30 Apr 2018

    On the 14th of April,2018 it will be 4 years since 276 girls were kidnapped by the Islamic militant group, Boko Haram from a town called Chibok in Nigeria’s north East. While 167 of the girls have escaped or been released, 113 are still in captivity. I intend to secure an exclusive interview with... Read more

  • Africa's first ATM pharmacy launched at a township in South Africa

    Johannesburg, South Africa Technology 30 Apr 2018

    What if filling a prescription was as easy as withdrawing money from an ATM? A South African company has set out to do just that. The Pharmacy Dispensing Unit can dispense chronic medications within minutes. In a continent burdened with overcrowding in hospitals and government facilities, this new... Read more

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    The crossroads to food security: the nexus of global agenda,waste and profitabilty

    Accra, Ghana Investigative Reporting 30 Apr 2018

    When you wake up in the middle of the night for lack and want of food in your stomach, you would understand why the whole world is racing against time to improve food security given the extra 2.3 billion populations to feed by 2050.Farming has been a way of life, but you see, it is being transformed... Read more

  • Talented refugees and how to find them

    Barcelona, Spain Investigative Reporting 01 May 2018

    We've reached 2018 and refugee crisis is still in full force. Many countries are still struggling with the amount of refugees they have without being able to find a way to incorporate them into the society or integrate them. We also have the debate about economic refugees and what is right and wrong... Read more

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    Haley Viloria Surprising the world With its extraordinary body flexibility in the Cirque Du Soleil

    Liège, Belgium Cultural 11 May 2018

    Viloria is a young talented American artist daughter of Venezuelan father and American mother, at 25 years of age, has seven surprising the world with its extraordinary body flexibility. He has worked in important circuses of international renown, such as Cirque du Soleil. The secret of her... Read more

  • 2018 RHS Chelsea Flower Show

    Littlehampton, United Kingdom Cultural 26 May 2018

    Bespoke story and/or images about the flower show, from Celebraty apperances to the best of the gardens. This year the RHS have made three smart moves for 2018: first, a new evening opening on Friday 25 May (8-10pm) which will give more people a chance to enjoy a balmy (fingers crossed)... Read more

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    The Right Snuff!

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Jun 2018

    Bavaria: The Snuff Capital of the World. Bavarians are wonderfully fun-loving, traditional-culture-loving people who enjoy all manner of sensual delights, among them beer, folk music, and snuff. Snuff has a centuries-old tradition here and there are quite a few different words for it in the local... Read more

  • CALCUTTA RESCUE: SAVING LIVES AND MORE

    Toronto, Canada Story Location is India Medical, Social 30 Jun 2018

    The story of Calcutta Rescue will resonate with readers who (appreciate that a sincerely well-intentioned non-governmental organization can work wonders when given the opportunity and when its organizers have unparalleled determination. Calcutta Rescue has operated in Kolkata and parts of rural... Read more

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    campaign to free Kaavin, a male elephant in the Islamabad zoo.

    Islamabad, Pakistan Social 03 Jul 2018

    After the tragic tic death of the female elephant suzi in Lahore zoo, the animal right group is now running the campaign to free Kaavin, a male elephant in the Islamabad zoo. https://tribune.com.pk/story/1408796/lahore-zoos-darling-suzi-dies-31/ The worldwide right group appeal of the Pakistan... Read more

  • Sofa for Sale in Dubai

    Dubai, United Arab Emirates Business 04 Jul 2018

    Wish to have modern amenities according to your room dimensions. Buy our luxury sofa set, beds, sacs, available in different sizes & design as per your need. https://wayedcomfy.com Read more

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    The restoration of Buffalmacco's famous fresco "The Triumph of Death" is complete

    Pisa, Italy Arts & Books 12 Jul 2018

    On the 17th of June "The Triumph of Death" by Buffalmacco will return in the Camposanto in Pisa. A long restoration was completed a few days ago. The news was announced on the 7th of April in Pisa during a press conference held by the director and chief restorators, who discovered new details on the... Read more

  • ELECTIONS AFTERMATH

    Kibera,Nairobi, Kenya War Reporter 01 Aug 2018

    Today morning a group of women in Kibera took it on the streets at Olympic kibera area to call for peace and the stoppage of violence against women and all forms of extra judicial killings .This has been happening as the result of the unrest that erupted in parts of the slums in Nairobi Kenya... Read more

  • Denied a future – ‘Illegal Syrian resident children attend ‘free’ school’

    Salmiya, Kuwait Current Affairs 01 Aug 2018

    free-schoolSyria’s civil war is one of the worst ongoing humanitarian disasters, and is showing no signs of abating anytime soon. Innocent Syrian civilians are suffering everywhere, and not only in Syria. Syrian children in Kuwait fled the war hoping for a better life here, but little did they know... Read more

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    Pune, Maharashtra India Health & Fitness 08 Aug 2018

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    BLIND BEAUTICIAN

    Kampala, Uganda Social 01 Dec 2018

    Aisha Bahati is undoubtedly an inspiration to many people especially those with sight impairment At the age of seven, she suffered an ailment that later left her blind but many years later, the loss of sight couldn't be loss of a dream. Today she runs a salon and she is a sought after... Read more

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    George weah prepares to be liberias first legalmale president after the war...........

    Monrovia, Liberia 360 Videography 07 Dec 2018

    George weah prepares to be liberias first legalmale president after the war........... Read more

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    HEALTH FITNESS TO THE DISABLED

    Mombasa, Kenya Health & Fitness 18 Dec 2018

    A 54 year old man uses physiotherapy to heal disabled child .Through exercises ranging from walking ,enhancing good sitting positions . Peter has enabled more than 5 disabled children who were admitted at a disabled hospital in portrieze in Mombasa where the mother had to discharge them as they... Read more

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    Duduza community cry foul over high crime

    Johannesburg South, South Africa Current Affairs 29 Dec 2018

    Residents of Duduza informal settlement in Tshwelopele , Tembisa have given a stern warning to criminals who carry on stealing from the community while they are away at work and have seen that as a opportunity. This is after more than 15 sharks in Block D were broken and more goods and chattels... Read more

  • The Almajiri Child

    Yola, Nigeria Current Affairs 31 Dec 2018

    The Almajiris are basically children whose parents send them to far flung parts of Northern Nigeria to acquire Islamic education. The irony is that these kids, sometimes as young as 4 have to fend for themselves by begging on the streets and sleeping anywhere they find shelter. The rise of suicide... Read more

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