With the terrorist-fighting government of Mali in talks with a private Russian military firm, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told Russia’s FM Sergey Lavrov to bluntly stay out of Africa, allegedly calling it “our place.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The Vice-Chairman of Premier League side West Ham has told footballers to ignore «conspiracy theories» and accept a Covid vaccine – and taken aim at Qatar over the 2022 World Cup. Read Full Article at RT.com
Aston Villa goalkeeper Emi Martinez appeared to dare Cristiano Ronaldo to take a decisive penalty at Old Trafford before he danced in front of Man United supporters after Bruno Fernandes missed the decisive spot-kick. Read Full Article at RT.com
Dominican Republic fighter Lenin Castillo was left unconscious and shaking on the canvas after suffering a brutal second-round KO against Callum Smith in their bout in London. Read Full Article at RT.com
A federal appeals court judge has blocked a Covid-19 vaccine mandate in place for New York City school employees just days before the deadline, though officials say they expect it to continue to be enforced. Read Full Article at RT.com
Candidates made the their pitches before Sunday's voting.
Building Afghanistan’s national security forces was one of the most ambitious and expensive aspects of two decades of U.S.-led war. It resulted in failure.
A seemingly intractable dispute might have ended. But a thaw in Canada-China relations appeared unlikely.
Former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor were detained several days after Canada arrested Meng on a U.S. extradition request.
The first round was in July
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― Buckminster Fuller Many eons ago, someone told me that the greatest and most powerful revolutions often start very quietly and hidden in the shadows. At that point, young, fast and furious, I […] The post Is Tonse Alliance revolutionary enough? first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
Despite the police being very much aware of the terror being perpetrated by street kid beggars in the City of Blantyre — and also in the Capital Lilongwe — the urchins are continuing with their menace and are even daring to attack victims in daylight. The daylight terror is even carried out not when there […] The post Street kids becoming a terror in city of Blantyre first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
The Kuipatsa Moto Fames Fundraising Golf Tournament scheduled for 2nd October in Lilongwe got another boost on Thursday when it received a K2 Million sponsorship from National Bank of Malawi. The bank’s Enterprise Risk Manager Dereck Kabango said they have come in to sponsor the tournament to complement government and all partners efforts in helping […] The post NBM boosts Flames ‘Kuipatsa moto’ Fundraising Golf Tourney first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
Malawi Vice-President, Dr. Saulos Chilima Friday challenged procurement specialists in the country to ‘sanitize’ the profession by rooting out corruption to save taxpayers’ money. The Vice-President made the appeal in Mangochi when he officially opened the Malawi Institute of Procurement and Supply (MIPS) 11th Annual Conference at Sunbird Nkopola Holiday Resort. Chilima called upon the […] The post Chilima challenges MIPS on corruption first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
The future of banking is generally in how innovative the players in the industry will be and Malawi’s leading bank, NBS Bank intends to listen more to the needs of its customers for more successful banking. At least, that is the assurance by NBS Bank Chief Executive Officer Kwanele Ngwenya in an exclusive interview. “We […] The post NBS Bank geared to build on its recent success first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.
Charles Gagnon and Adam Freilich have been competitors on the ice — but this past week they became lifelong teammates. Freilich has been battling Stage 5 kidney failure, desperately trying to find a donor. This past May, his team took to social media putting a call out for anyone who might be a match and able donate a kidney. Gagnon answered that call.
Vaccines have increased tension in communities across the country, and for some Manitoba parents divided over the issue, it's also led to legal bills.
Arielle Kayabaga will have a unique edge on her classmates (and maybe even some of her professors) when she returns to classes at Carleton University this fall as a member of Parliament.
Longtime political allies Jason Kenney and Scott Moe, the premiers of Alberta and Saskatchewan, respectively, are facing nearly identical health-care crises, but only one is facing a leadership review.
Detectives assigned to the Area Three Major Investigation Division have charged the two suspects who were arrested in connection with the Clarendon quadruple murder. On Sunday, September 12, four members of a family were shot dead at their...
The colossal hack of Epik, an Internet-services company popular with the far right, has been called the “mother of all data lodes” for extremism researchers. Some of those named in the data have already lost their jobs.
The authorities and family of a 68-year old man who resides in Newtown are soliciting the public’s assistance in locating hm. The senior, Lennard Fitzroy Samuel known to many in the community as “Controlz”, was reportedly last seen on September... The post Family in search of Newtown man missing for two weeks appeared first on Dominica News Online.
India may not be in a position to stop the use of new coal-based power generation for the next couple of decades like many other nations who have signed “no new coal power compact”, but the country’s strong renewable push may show results at sub-national levels. This as it encourages states such as Gujarat, Maharashtra and Bihar, besides the Union territory of Ladakh to work towards a carbon-neutral future in due course.
Junior Economic Affairs Minister Mona Keijzer has been fired by Prime Minister Mark Rutte. Her crime? Suggesting that the country’s vaccine passport scheme is “illogical” and the Netherlands should “go back to the old normal.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The motorsports world is in mourning after the loss of 15-year-old Dean Berta Vinales, who has died after suffering 'severe head and thoracic injuries' in a crash at the Supersport 300 race in Jerez, Spain. Read Full Article at RT.com