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    Sudan’s peace talks begin monday in Juba

    Juba, South Sudan Breaking News 18 Oct 2019

    Sudan’s peace talks begin Monday in Juba Sudanese rebel groups are beginning talks in the South Sudanese capital Juba for a peace negotiation with Sudan’s Sovereign council aimed at bringing an end to Sudan’s conflict. The rebel groups will be meeting under one umbrella called... "The Sudan... Read more

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    Staying on the Syrian Border

    Şanlıurfa, Turkey Breaking News 19 Oct 2019

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    Fighting intensifies on the Turkish Syrian border

    Gouvernorat de Rif Dimachq, Syria Breaking News 19 Oct 2019

    It seems the threat of sanctions has not calmed the fighting. Read more

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    TUNISIA PARLIAMENTARY & PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

    Tunis, Tunisia Social 20 Oct 2019

    Parliamentary elections are scheduled to take place in Tunisia on 6 October 2019 The parliamentary election will be the second since the adoption of a new constitution in 2014, and the third since the 2011 uprising that toppled long-time dictator Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali who died in exile in Saudi... Read more

  • This Indian orchardist is inspiring apple growers to cultivate climate-resilient apples in the Himalayas

    New Delhi, India Science & Environment 21 Oct 2019

    17 years ago, Vikram Rawat was working at a bank in Arsu, a village situated 2,000 metres above sea level in the Indian Himalayas. Most of his customers were farmers who had been growing apples for a few generations. They had started struggling with getting a good crop. Rawat did some research... Read more

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    Canadian General Election October 21st

    Vancouver, Canada Breaking News 22 Oct 2019

    The Canadian wide general election concludes on October the 21st, 2019 after more than a month of formal campaigning. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau (son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau) is hoping to get Re-elected as Prime Minister for a second term. Polls suggest a tight race with... Read more

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    Botswana goes for elections next week

    Gaborone, Botswana Politics 28 Oct 2019

    The ruling Botswana Democratic Party is expected to face a stiffer challenge from the opposition coalition- Umbrella for Democratic Change which is comprised of three opposition parties when the country go to elections next week on Wednesday . Another splinter party the Botswana Patriotic Party... Read more

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    Canadian election campaign

    Ottawa, Canada Politics 31 Oct 2019

    Available to cover the upcoming election and campaign in advance of Canadians heading to the polls on October 21 to choose their next government. Read more

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    Turkish incursion into Syria

    Ankara, Turkey Breaking News 31 Oct 2019

    Turkey has begun its offensive against the Kurdish heartland in northeastern Syria. Five to 10 thousand troops expected to take part, backed by air power. Kurds have retaliated, firing rockets and mortar bombs into southern Turkish towns. I have been filing reports for France24 TV and CBC Radio... Read more

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    Tension is brewing in Catalonia ahead of veredict to decide the fate of jailed politicians

    Madrid, Spain Social 31 Oct 2019

    Politicians jailed for the events that took place in October 2017 in Catalonia, including a referendum deemed illegal by Spain and a declaration of independence, await a sentence that could see some released and others staying in jail for a longer period. The sentence also comes at a particular... Read more

  • Why Midwest Farmers and Oil Refiners - Both Reliable Supporters in the Past - Are Turning on Trump

    Washington, United States of America Breaking News 31 Oct 2019

    The Trump administration today released the specifics of a deal it is proposing to make biofuel producers, corn farmers and petroleum refineries happy but early indications are that none of the above are pleased with what they are seeing out of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) this... Read more

  • The battle of memory

    Madrid, Spain Breaking News 01 Nov 2019

    Since the new Spanish government- headed by Pedro Sanchez- took office, they promised to exhume the remains of the dictator Francisco Franco shortly. In addition, he joined the requests defended for years by associations of Franco’s victims to try to illegalize the Francisco Franco Foundation with a... Read more

  • Interested to be your Brand Media Ambassador

    Harare, Zimbabwe Breaking News 05 Nov 2019

    I am interested to be your Media Brand ambassador/Freelance Journalist in Zimbabwe.A brand ambassador is a person who is hired by an organization or company to represent a .... Large corporations realized that the overall image of a brand ambassador within society is an integral element in... Read more

  • 2019 Dubai Airshow

    Dubai, United Arab Emirates Travel 15 Nov 2019

    I am available to cover the upcoming Dubai Airshow in November which could deal a heavy blow to Boeing's relations with Emirates. Read more

  • I am Journalist who focuses on Africa seeking funding

    Harare, Zimbabwe Travel 19 Nov 2019

    Dear Sir /Madam I am a freelance Journalist Based in Zimbabwe. I am looking for funding to do my reporting -travelling,update my blog into a better news websites. I contributed to several news platform for free so now my challenge is funding to freelance journalism to greater heights . I also... Read more

  • Cry for me, Argentina

    Buenos Aires, Argentina Current Affairs 25 Nov 2019

    Presidential elections in Argentina, we are a multilingual onsite crew and we offer plenty of VIDEO side stories. First leg october 27, second (probably) 24 of november. Read more

  • "I’m not a celebrity, but this my hometown" – a guide to the area where the hit reality TV show is filmed (for UK eds)

    London, United Kingdom Travel 30 Nov 2019

    The program watched by millions is back for another year. Here's some tips about the attractions you can see all-year round in the town where it’s filmed and nearby, from a local who was born and bred there. Please get in touch if you'd like a rundown. 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

  • African Countries Adopt Rwanda 2020 vision

    Harare, Zimbabwe Breaking News 11 Dec 2019

    The Rwanda 2020 vision proved to the whole world whatever is lacking, we have means to acquire it not to depend on international aid. The main message is that we should not remain mentally married to the idea that nothing can get moving without external finance. The 2020 Vision is a game changer in... Read more

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    Correspondent avialble

    Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire Breaking News 17 Dec 2019

    I know very well that my services will help reduce the cost of producing story contents for organisations around the world. I am available and I have stationed in Abidjan to make it happen. I nose for stories, pitch the stories, send to the organisation for approval, if approved, I will then shoot... Read more

  • Global Climate Fund a major breakthrough For Green Projects In Zimbabwe

    Harare, Zimbabwe Natural Disasters 24 Dec 2019

    Global Climate Fund a major breakthrough For Green Projects In Zimbabwe Long-term changes in the earth’s climate system have been significant and are occurring more rapidly than in the past. Continued emissions into the earth’s atmosphere are projected to cause further warming and increase the... Read more

  • Africa's greatest resource is its young people

    Harare, Zimbabwe Breaking News 31 Dec 2019

    Africa's greatest resource is its young people, with their energy, creativity, and resilience. The 21st century could produce an African renaissance if governments and their development partners prioritize in investing in people, especially the youth. Ensuring that Africa's youthful population is... Read more

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    ROYAL PRIVILEGES AND PREROGATIVES

    London, United Kingdom Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    Britain and London, in particular, is riddled with some of the most peculiar rules and privileges. These are manifested in the many royal prerogatives as well as parliamentary and legal statutes. For example: under a decree of Charles 2nd six ravens must be kept in the Tower at all times (for... Read more

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    OXBRIDGE PECULARITIES

    London, United Kingdom Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    Oxford and Cambridge, along with Sandhurst, the MCC, Eton College, the Garter Ceremony etc., represent a rare zenith of British institutions and elitism. I am fascinated by all the peculiarities of language and unique characteristics of custom that exist at both these pre-eminent Universities. Sub... Read more

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    SAVILE ROW’S FIRST FEMALE TAILOR

    London, United Kingdom Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    Kathryn Sargent has entered one of the last male bastions namely Savile Row, the tailoring street in Mayfair. Formerly the location for the filming of the Beatles ‘Let it be’ it has recently been modernised by the arrival of Abercrombie and Fitch’s destination store, complete with model assistants.... Read more

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    CUBAN CIGARS

    London, United Kingdom Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    Having visited Cuba recently I am now well acquainted with the great Cuban tradition of cigar making. Cohiba is probably the most well known of cigar brands in history. Much of this cigar brands name recognition however is due to its founders’ cleverness. Romeo y Julieta has a similar history.... Read more

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    LONDON'S GUILDS AND LIVERIES

    London, United Kingdom Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    Scattered around the heart of the City of London and dating back to Tudor times, there are as many as 108 livery companies ... London's ancient and modern trade associations and guilds. Most Livery Companies continue to be involved with their respective trade, craft or profession. Several companies... Read more

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    THE WORLD OF COLLECTIBLES

    London, United Kingdom Arts & Books 31 Dec 2019

    “Hard nose investors and passionate collectors make strange bedfellows. True collectors are not investment driven.” Telling words indeed. I am keen to examine this alternative world of investment, the state of the respective markets and the advice given by experts to temper the collectors’ passion... Read more

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    LONDON'S ICE CREAM PARLOURS

    London, United Kingdom Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    Records suggest that the ‘iced cream’ or ‘creamed ice’ was adopted in Europe in medieval times. Such had been the demand for ice that wealthy people built icehouses on their estates. Then, along came Carlo Gatti, a Swiss émigré, settling in Holborn’s Italian neighbourhood, to open a café... Read more

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    LONDON'S CHELSEA PENSIONERS

    London, United Kingdom Cultural 31 Dec 2019

    Just south of London’s Kings Road and just north of the Thames is the impressive Royal Hospital, home for over 300 years to the Chelsea Pensioners. Charles II founded it for "the relief and succour" of his veteran soldiers and Sir Christopher Wren designed it. There are two categories of Chelsea... Read more

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