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    Trump cancels Denmark visit

    København, Denmark Breaking News 28 Aug 2019

    Donald Trump has cancelled his visit to Denmark because PM Mette Frederiksen has said Greenland is not for sale. But it was never for sale. And by constitutional law it can't just be sold off. Reactions have been utter disbelief and anger. Former US Ambassador to Denmark Rufus Gifford called Trump... Read more

  • unidentified corpses pile up in western cape

    Cape Town, South Africa Breaking News 30 Aug 2019

    The rate of deaths of unregistered immigrants and people with no next of kin has increased to a point where the western cape health department has had to acquire refrigerated containers to store the corpses. The extra corpses have also added to the workload of the staff and medical... Read more

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    Poland's government is made of teflon: justice department mafia targeting judges made no impact on right-wing voters

    Warsaw, Poland Current Affairs 31 Aug 2019

    A story just broke in Poland about the justice department bullying and trolling judges in Poland's top courts. But with the justice minister also serving as the state prosecutor general, the state-owned media serving as a government mouthpiece, and the judiciary reformed to suit the ruling party's... Read more

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    Amazon wildfires

    Porto Velho, Brazil Breaking News 31 Aug 2019

    I am currently in Rondonia state, which is at the heart of the recent Amazon wildfires. I am available to offer footage of the fire damage, including aerial. If you're interested, please message me. Read more

  • Mismanaged Solutions To Senegal's Fishing Problems

    Dakar, Senegal Travel 01 Sep 2019

    In Senegal, overfishing is a serious problem –just as it is in many other parts of Africa. But in Senegal, local fishing jobs account for about 20 percent of the overall workforce and make up about 70 percent of the available food source available to the lower middle class. Most overfishing is... Read more

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    Irish girl missing in near Kuala Lumpur, Nora Quoirin

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Investigative Reporting 01 Sep 2019

    Available to cover the search for missing girl Nora Quoirin from Kuala Lumpur for English language media outlets. Read more

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    Genetic technologies to modify mosquitoes to reduce malaria transmission in Uganda

    Kampala, Uganda Research 07 Sep 2019

    Ugandan scientists(Target Malaria group) fighting against the spread of Malaria in the country have partnered with the Uganda virus institute to develop new cost effective and sustainable genetic technologies to modify mosquitoes and reduce malaria transmission. In their research,they will be... Read more

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    Russia’s Digital Switchover Hurts Local TV News and State-Wide Propaganda

    Kirov, Russia Social 09 Sep 2019

    This year, Russia deprecated its analog TV broadcast. The switchover affected people who rely on TV the most: seniors, people living in remote locations, conscript soldiers, and inmates. And while state-controlled channels spread disinformation on a national scale, local stations, doing their best... Read more

  • Not your father's cannibis

    Indianapolis, United States of America Current Affairs 13 Sep 2019

    Sales of CBD oil are booming, and an Indiana hemp farmer is content to know that his conservative state will probably not legalize marijuana anytime soon. Yet he still has concerns about marijuana legalization in surrounding states and those who are growing the plant with high levels of THC. He... Read more

  • Political Change in Sudan And its repercussions on the political and economic situation in the Republic of South Sudan.

    Khartoum, Sudan Politics 14 Sep 2019

    Political Change in Sudan And its repercussions on the political and economic situation in the Republic of South Sudan. Report: Bathumi Ayul. 8/8 / 2019. The political changes of the regime in Sudan remains the great interest to all concerned and observers locally, regional and international... Read more

  • Consequences of tourism in Ibiza

    Ibiza, Spain Social 15 Sep 2019

    One of the most famous and exclusive islands in the world, Ibiza, hides a very worrying social reality. The situation of workers on the island every year gets worse. Hundreds of people have to occupy abandoned buildings or live in a van due to high housing prices. In addition, the hotel cleaning... Read more

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    USING SMARTPHONES AS ULTRASOUND SCANNERS IN RURAL AFRICA- The Ugandan case

    Kampala, Uganda Medical 15 Sep 2019

    In the remote villages of Western Uganda, canadian doctors have introduced new medical imaging via smartphones to diagnose and treat hundreds of people with different illnesses,particularly Pneumonia . They use a handheld device called the butterfly iQ, which is connected to a smartphone (iphones... Read more

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    IS THE US -CHINA TRADE WAR HURTIG HUAWEI BUSINESSES IN AFRICA?

    Kampala, Uganda Current Affairs 22 Sep 2019

    Uganda is one the many african countries that is highly dependent on chinese electronics,infrastructure and other products including, products from Chinese telecom Giant-Huawei. With the escalating trade war between the US and China, Huawei happens to be the centrepiece . We want to find out whether... Read more

  • Canada's cannabis legalisation

    Toronto, Canada 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

  • The latest Hippie community

    Ibiza, Spain Social 01 Oct 2019

    Ibiza was during the 60s and 70s an air of freedom in the middle of the dictatorship of General Franco. But it was also a meeting place for thousands of hippies from all over the world. 50 years later and with a mass of tourism, the last hippie community on the whole island resists maintaining a... Read more

  • i am looking for international news agency to be your correspondent

    Harare, Zimbabwe Travel 03 Oct 2019

    Enos Denhere is a freelance journalist based in 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 in local and... Read more

  • Are you looking for News Reporter/ Correspondent

    Harare, Zimbabwe Risk Analysis 08 Oct 2019

    Are you looking for News Reporter/ correspondent.https://paydesk.co/profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/enos-denhere-11293429/ email enosdenhere@gmail.com Read more

  • Perception is everything

    Barcelona, Spain Investigative Reporting 09 Oct 2019

    Video report: Matteo Salvini, italian Ligue's leader wants to become the kingmaker both in Italy and in Europe. Marine le Pen won the european elections in France. But are they really so powerfull and beloved? He is the most active italian politician on the net thanks to a software called "the... 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

  • 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

  • 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

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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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