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  • GSM Village: Creating jobs for droves of young Nigerians

    Abuja, Nigeria Technology 31 Dec 2019

    Backstory Nigeria is Africa’s 2nd largest economy after South Africa. It has an estimated population of 200 million people. Approximately 50% of this figure are people between the ages of 18-35 and most of them they are either unemployed or underemployed doing odd jobs that they dislike. However,... Read more

  • Lassa Fever Strikes Again

    Abuja, Nigeria Health & Fitness 31 Dec 2019

    The Nigerian Center for disease control says that following the isolation of the virus, the death toll has risen to 93 in the latest outbreak of Lassa fever in the West African Country. Reports say that in the first 3 months of 2019, new cases of Lassa Fever have risen to 1,374. The NCDC fears that... Read more

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    Filmmaker, 360 Filmmaker and Breaking News

    Lisbon, Portugal Natural Disasters, Film & Theatre, Sports, Investigative Reporting, Research, Social, Training, Breaking News 31 Mar 2020

    I am a freelance Filmmaker and 360 Filmmaker based in German andPortugal. I am available to cover breaking news and to produce theme based short documentaries and news package and 360 production. Read more

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    UK's first spaceport planned in sleepy north coast of Scotland village

    Tongue, United Kingdom Business, Current Affairs, Technology, Science & Environment 31 May 2020

    In August 2018, the UK government announced that they had selected a site near Tongue, Sutherland, Scotland, UK to be the site of the UK's first spaceport. For the crofters (farmers) of nearby Melness, who jointly own the site, it's 'Rockets Galore' - as the spaceport will turn a sleepy north coast... Read more

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    What the World Kneads Now: The International Diploma in German Bread Baking

    München, Germany Food & Drink 30 Jun 2020

    Imagine the springy warmth of a yeast dough, steaming-fresh from the oven, or the crunchy crust of a whole-wheat sour-dough bread bristling with toasted sunflower seeds, or the delicate, buttery flakes of a fine puff-pastry twist. Or an enormous pretzel worthy of the Oktoberfest, studded with salt... Read more

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    Scarified for the Kalash tribes, lost sons of Alexander the great.

    Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan Natural Disasters 01 Jul 2020

    Scarified for the Kalash tribes, lost sons of Alexander the great. Kalash tribes are known as lost sons of Alexander, famous for the unique culture and... Read more

  • Early marriages in western kenya

    Nairobi, Kenya Cultural 01 Sep 2020

    Early Marriages in Rural Kenya and Informal Settings For a long period in my life, I struggled to understand why my parents never wanted my family to stay in our ancestral home except on vacations. My six siblings and I felt overly important each fortnight of the family vacation. We were the... Read more

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    Munich Confronts its Nazi Past at the National Socialist Documentation Center

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    The Braunes Haus, the building that housed Nazi party headquarters in Munich from 1930 to 1945, in fact no longer exists; it was destroyed by Allied forces after the war. But precisely at the site where it once stood, the National Socialist Documentation Center represents Munich's final coming to... Read more

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    Strolling Through History: A Walking Tour to Remember Munich's Nazi Past

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    The name of Munich's most successful walking-tours company, "Stattreisen" is a play on German words that mean something most closely translatable as "alternative trips". The message is clear: on a "Stattreisen" walking tour you will experience the Bavarian capital in unusual ways, with... Read more

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    "Blindgänger" (Unexploded Bombs in Germany) - Blasts from the Past

    München, Germany Cultural 30 Sep 2020

    For countless reasons, World War II is present in the German psyche and memory for many people in the general population on almost a daily basis. Cities like Berlin and Dresden, for example, still have eerily empty spaces in the middle of town, where it is obvious that some edifice once stood there... 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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    Cloth fit for a King

    Bavaria, Germany Cultural 31 Dec 2020

    Volker Illimann was born into a family of textile manufacturers and is one of Europe's leading experts on historical fabrics. His expertise has made cloth reconstruction possible for exquisite furniture in many castles and palaces in Germany: in Potsdam, Würzburg, Munich... Not only does he know... Read more

  • world music, a vector of tolerance

    Olargues, France Music 31 Dec 2020

    The world music is a vector of encounter between the peoples. Many festivals in France and northern Africa present talented artists of the world. Music is a weapon against intolerance, racism and extremism. I present these artists in my video packages and extracts of their performance. Read more

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    All Around the Chiemsee: The Bavarian Sea (travel story, Germany)

    München, Germany Cultural 31 Dec 2020

    Article proposal: All Around the Chiemsee: the Bavarian Sea (An article could be about the Chiemsee (Chiem Lake) as a whole, or about only one aspect of it or particular site, as you prefer.) The Chiemsee is Germany’s third largest lake with over 60 kilometers of shoreline and is located less... Read more

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    Home, home on the Alm (about cowherds in the Alps)

    München, Germany Cultural 31 Dec 2020

    Home, home on the Alm (Article idea - cultural/travel story) I’d love to write an article about the traditional job of Senner or a Sennerin, that is a person who spends several summer months (usually from May to September) living in a hut and taking care of cows at an Alm, a pasture in the Alps.... Read more

  • Ray Youssef’s Exceptional Plan for Kenya

    Nairobi, Kenya Business 31 Jan 2022

    While most people shun away from discussing the reality of cryptocurrency economies, it is true that the world is heading towards a completely cashless economy. To ensure that people trade carefully, legally, and in a secure environment, Paxful provides a peer-to-peer platform in which crypto... Read more

  • The Truth that eludes Africa freedom

    Harare, Zimbabwe Business, Politics, Current Affairs, Cultural 28 Apr 2022

    Africa once dubbed the black continent continues unabated its trend of not satisfying needs and aspirations of its especially the youths and it's underdeveloped citizens . The current nature of global conflict and the array of threats confronting African Nations require now solutions and pooling of... Read more

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    Islamabad, Pakistan Social 22 Apr 2024

    I am working as a freelance reporter and writer for eminent English newspapers of Pakistan. I can report and write on vide array of social issues in pakistan Read more

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    From a haven to ravisher of Human rights. The Story of Cameroon

    Buea, Cameroon Investigative Reporting 06 Dec 2028

    Cameroon, once a harbinger of peace in the troubled Central African sub-region is now at the brinks of civil war, a phenomenon that has engulfed much of African states since independence. Cameroon’s once cherished peace is at risk. Yes, Cameroon has never been the most peaceful country in Africa.... Read more

  • 6 Rising-Star Nigerian Artists perform for 58th Nigeria Independence Day in Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Entertainment & Celebrity, Music 31 Dec 2028

    6 Rising-Star Nigerian Artists performed a lively and energetic yet entertaining stage performances that wowed the crowd in conjunction with the 58th Nigeria Independence Day, held at AfterWerk Bar & Grill, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on October 1. The artists line-up were Iyke Moore, Endy... Read more

  • All Star’s Night

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Entertainment & Celebrity 31 Dec 2028

    KUALA LUMPUR: All Star’s Night has showcased an entertaining performances that wowed the crowd on Thursday night, October 25th held at Sungai Long Golf Resort in Bandar Sungai Long, Malaysia.
 The crowd of the night was entertained with fully energised performances by a total of 7 Nigerian... Read more

  • Malaysia to ban smoking at all eateries, effective January 1, 2019

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Business, Food & Drink, Health & Fitness, Social, Breaking News 31 Dec 2028

    KUALA LUMPUR: In September, Malaysia Deputy Health Minister Dr. Lee Boon Chye said a hefty amount of RM10,000 will be fined (or 2 years imprisonment) on those caught smoking or vaping in prohibited areas, while RM2,500 will be imposed on eateries operators that fail to enforce the ban on their... Read more

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    خدمات PayPal السودان

    Wad Madani, Sudan Technology 28 Feb 2029

    نقدم خدمة باي بال للذين يرغبون بسحب او شحن حساباتهم للتواصل Whatsapp: 00249927320329 norsafwat@yahoo.com Telegram : norsafwat@ Facbook : https://www.facebook.com/buypaypalsudan/ شكرا نورالدائم صفوت Read more

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