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    Dry and warm season expected across Eastern Africa

    Nairobi, Kenya Climate Change 31 Oct 2020

    October to December is an important rainfall season for Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda, and southeaster Ethiopia. A drier than usual season is expected in most parts of the region, including Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, most of Uganda, Kenya, southern, central and north-western... Read more

  • Covid19 and nightmares

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Current Affairs 31 Oct 2020

    Nightmares are increasing with Covid19 ...here is a full report Read more

  • Neymar freed of rape charges

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Breaking News 31 Oct 2020

    They met via internet...he invited her to Paris with all expenses paid...she entered his hotel room full arms open but videotaped it all on her cellphone..rape she claimed ...here is the full story Read more

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    Nagorno-Karabakh Commentary

    Washington, United States of America Politics, Current Affairs, War Reporter, Breaking News 31 Oct 2020

    Hello. Since September 27, hostilities have renewed over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh in the South Caucasus. Over 400 Armenian military personnel have been killed and dozens of civilians wounded. The Azerbaijani government has released similar figures for only civilian casualties,... Read more

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    Huge political storm is swiping Cyprus after Al Jazeera revelations

    Nicosia, Cyprus Politics 31 Oct 2020

    Recent developments in Cyprus following yesterday's video 1) The Akel MP Christakis Giovanis resigned, the president of Parliament Syllouris abstains from his duties after Al Jazeera revelations (and ironically he will be the deputy president from tomorrow on as the president of republic Nicos... Read more

  • Nilgiri Tahr

    Munnar, India Science & Environment, Travel, Climate Change 01 Nov 2020

    VIDEO FEATURE After the long gap of eight months, Eravikulam National park opened for tourists. The park is famous for its Nilgiri Tahr's habitat, this species is considered to be endangered. This animal belongs to the Goat family, Climate Change could threaten its habitat. Links :... Read more

  • All Aboard the Trump Train

    Indianapolis, United States of America Politics, Current Affairs 02 Nov 2020

    Polls in the U.S. indicate that Trump is in danger of losing the election. In the Midwest that's not even fathomable. It's virtually impossible to find support for Biden in rural areas where Trump support banners and signs dot lawn after lawn. Indiana has been called the reddest state in the... Read more

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    WHO IS THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF TANZANIA?

    Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Politics 03 Nov 2020

    Few hours have left for Tanzanians to decide who will be their next president for the coming five years. 14 president candidates are Challenging the current president John Magufuli who seek to secure the second term in the office. Tanzania which has for so long been known as the island of peace is... Read more

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    WHO IS THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF TANZANIA 2020 GENERAL ELECTION

    Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Politics 03 Nov 2020

    Few hours have left for Tanzanians to decide who will be their next president for the coming five years. 14 president candidates are Challenging the current president John Magufuli who seek to secure the second term in the office. Tanzania which has for so long been known as the island of peace is... Read more

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    Returning to Regular outdoor exercise after months of COVID 19 Lockdown.

    Kampala, Uganda Health & Fitness 10 Nov 2020

    Many people in Kampala Uganda have resumed doing outdoor physical exercise in the early hours of the day after months spent sheltering at home during COVID 19 pandemic. In April Ugandan Government banned outdoor exercise as extra measure in preventing the spread of COVID 19. Months of... Read more

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    Danish illegal weed sellers in Christiania abide by Danish Government lock down rules

    København, Denmark Current Affairs, Cultural, Breaking News 10 Nov 2020

    The Danish freetown of Christiania where open marijuana trade exists have decided to shut down the illegal shops at 10 PM. The Danish Government has imposed lock down rules that limits the opening hours of cafés, restaurants and bars to 10 PM. In the Freetown they have decided to do the same... Read more

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    The Elusive Political Unity in Kenya

    Nairobi, Kenya Politics 20 Nov 2020

    Kenya is yet again witnessing heightened political activity following the release of the Building Bridges Initiative BBI report on the 21st October 2020. The report ostensibly proposes reforms deemed to unite a country whose stability is constantly threatened by ethnic mobilization each election... Read more

  • Girls and young men from Gaza playing football with one foot lost at birth and other incidents and Israeli wars

    Palestine, United States of America Sports 30 Nov 2020

    A team of girls and boys playing football and training continuously in order to participate in several local tournaments. They were dreaming of international participation, but the conditions of closed crossings and the siege in Gaza prevented them from that. Many of these players lost their feet... Read more

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    REOPENING OF SCHOOLS AMIDST COVID 19: KENYAS DILEMMA

    Nairobi, Kenya Current Affairs 30 Nov 2020

    Kenyan teachers reported to school this week after 6 months of closure following the Covid 19 pandemic. The Government directed that all teachers report on the 28th September in readiness for a possible reopening of schools for learners. But while the Government grapples with the idea of allowing... Read more

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    Challenges facing smooth Governance at Kenyas Counties

    Nairobi, Kenya Politics 30 Nov 2020

    Kenyas President Uhuru Kenyatta has today signed into law a bill that will allow Treasury to disburse about shs370 billion to its 47 counties spread across the country. The monies include conditional grants totalling about shs14 billion to various counties and shs316 billion as equitable share. The... Read more

  • Enric Duran: the Robin Hood of the banks

    Barcelona, Spain Social 30 Nov 2020

    I'm a freelance journalist based in Barcelona, and I'm looking for media interested on publishing this story: Enric is a Catalan activist who in 2008 announced that, through a false payroll and a fictitious trade, he got loans from 39 financial institutions for a total of 492,000 euros -almost half... Read more

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    Zagros Under Fire: From a birthplace of wine to a land of smoke and flames

    Khorramabad, Iran Climate Change 10 Dec 2020

    Two hundred seventy thousand oak trees burned in western Iran in the last few months, and one volunteer died in an attempt to stop the fire. The 1000 words article about this issue is ready, please contact me asap if you are interested: komeil.soheili@gmail.com Read more

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    Gold seekers - In search of ancient treasures

    Iranshahr, Iran Research 16 Dec 2020

    Gold seekers - In search of ancient treasures One of the six great treasures discovered in the world has found in Iran. Among thousands of historical things they found untouched for over two thousand years, just about 100 of them survived from smugglers. This is just one of the dirty smuggling... Read more

  • Israel attacks farmers in the Gaza Strip and destroys their agricultural lands

    Palestine Politics 16 Dec 2020

    The Israeli bulldozers attack the agricultural lands in the south of the Gaza Strip and cause many losses to farmers without knowing the reason for that. The suffering of farmers increased after the return of the occupation’s policy of leveling lands, and this will increase the losses of farmers... Read more

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    Covid-19 versus FGM culture in Kenya.

    Nairobi, Kenya Current Affairs, Cultural 29 Dec 2020

    As the people who contact the Covid-19 increase everyday, the cultural practice of mutilating girls threatens to worsen the situation in Kuria region, Kenya. The region is located at the Kenya-Tanzania border, as regulations are observed in Kenya the neighboring country of Tanzania has relaxed... Read more

  • Coverage Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Sarajevo-Tuzla-Bihac (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Current Affairs 30 Dec 2020

    Good morning, I'm a freelance journalist based in Barcelona. During march I will be in Bosnia and Herzegovina to write some reportages -also with video and photos. -I will go to the Bosnian-Croatian border to see the situation of migrants trapped at EU gates. Specifically, Croatia's returns to... Read more

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    CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD, KENYAN CHILDREN LIVING WITH DISABILITY IN RURAL KENYA ABANDONED BY PARENTS AS THINGS GET WORSE

    Siaya, Kenya Current Affairs 30 Dec 2020

    For a very long time children born with disability were considered bad omen and curse to the society and in most cases they were killed. As Covid-19 continue to ravage the country Kenya, there are some places that, due to hitting economy, children living with disability have been abandoned in... Read more

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    Poor Infrastructures in Our Basic Schools

    Ayensuano,Ghana Social 30 Dec 2020

    The Yaw Donkor D/A Basic school in Yaw Donkokrom within bepoase, an electoral area in Ayensuano district has a population of 160 pupils with a three unit classroom block. The three unit classroom is shared among the primary and junior high level creating unconducive environment for teaching and... Read more

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    People and School children Get Stranded due to Absence of a Footbridge on the River

    Ayensuano,Ghana Social 30 Dec 2020

    People of Agyei Krom suffers to reach other communities as the log serving as a footbridge on the Ayensu River can cause a havoc if not rehabilitated.The only route to the communities educational facility hence when it rains,pupils have to either swim through the river or stays at home for... Read more

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    Germany's Stagecoach Inns

    Munich, Germany Food & Drink 31 Dec 2020

    The easiest way to find an excellent and atmospheric restaurant in Germany is to look for the main church in old town and village squares. Next to the church you will often find a large old building bearing the name "Gasthof zur Post." After the fifteenth-century founding of postal routes along the... Read more

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