September 19, 2018 (JUBA) - The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) has urged South Sudanese women to be strongly involved in the peace implementation process to ensure its successful achievement to put the country in the path of reconciliation and development. The call was made by JMEC Ag. Deputy Chief of staff- Strategy, during a women peace march held in Juba on Wednesday in the presence of Presidential Advisor for gender Rachel Nyabak who was the guest of honour. He said (...) - News / South Sudan, South Sudan Peace Implementation
September 20, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - A delegation of UK parliamentarians visiting Sudan nowadays stated that the hastened pullout of UNAMID troops from Darfur region may jeopardize the relative stability in the region as the displaced persons are still living in the camps. A four-member delegation from the House of Commons and House of Lords on Wednesday met with the North Darfur governor, Abu Shouk camp for IDPs outside, and UNAMID officials. In a statement extended to Sudan Tribune, David (...) - News / Sudan, United Kingdom (UK) / Great Britain (GB), FRONT_PAGE_SECONDARY
September 20, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - In a meeting with Chris Trott UK Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan this week, Sudanese Diaspora groups and activists in the United Kingdom called to use this process to back peace and democratic reforms in Sudan. Since March 2016, Sudanese and British senior diplomats meets twice per year to discuss issues of mutual interest. London, which is part of the Sudan South Sudan Troika group, used to include issues of peace, human rights, counter-terrorism in (...) - News / Sudan, United Kingdom (UK) / Great Britain (GB), FRONT_PAGE_SECONDARY
Determined to cover up stinking corruption at Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (Macra), Director General Godfrey Itaye on Thursday engaged an extra gear by obtaining consent from the Director of Public Prosecution to privately prosecute a... The post Macra gets DPP nod to squeeze corruption whistleblower with private prosecution appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
In a blow to opposition unity ahead of the assembly elections later this year, BSP announced on Thursday a tie-up with Congress rebel Ajit Jogi in Chhattisgarh and ramped up pressure on Congress to accept its terms in Madhya Pradesh by unilaterally declaring a list of 22 candidates.
BJP seems to be amping up its Ram temple demand with party chief Amit Shah asserting on Thursday that the demolition of a temple at the birthplace of Lord Ram in Ayodhya was a fact that could not be sidestepped while discussing ownership of the disputed site.
Hindi continues to be the most widely spoken Indian language in the US, followed by Gujarati and Telugu. However, in terms of percentage increase, if the data of 2010 is compared with the most recent figures for 2017, the number of Telugu speaking individuals has risen the most — by 86%.
The arrest of Jalandhar bishop Franco Mulakkal, accused by a nun of repeatedly raping her, was put off once again as investigators sought to “tie up loose ends” and wait for opinion of legal experts on the matter after questioning him for eight hours for the second consecutive day on Thursday.
Victims of online sexual abuse can now report the same anonymously from their homes, with Union home minister Rajnath Singh launching a dedicated portal — cybercrime. gov.in — on Thursday to receive online complaints regarding child pornography, child sexual abuse content and sexually explicit material depicting rape or gang rape.
Michael Novogratz, former macro hedge fund manager and founder of cryptocurrency asset management firm Galaxy Digital Capital Management, on Thursday said that the bottom in cryptocurrency prices has been reached and bitcoin is due to bounce back.
A Pennsylvania judge on Thursday denied a request by prosecutors to allow additional women who have accused comedian Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct to tell their stories at his sentencing hearing on a sexual assault conviction.
Adobe Systems Inc on Thursday agreed to buy Marketo Inc for US$4.75 billion from private equity firm Vista Equity Partners Management, adding heft to its cloud-based digital marketing business.
Amazon is offering makers of electronics a small chip that would let people use their voice to command everything from microwaves and coffee machines to room fans and guitar amplifiers.
[ANGOP] Luanda -The ministries of Energy and Water and of Industry signed on Wednesday a protocol, which will enable the two institutions to share data on the full usage of the water resources, in compliance with presidential decree already in force, which enforces brewery companies to pay water tariff.
[ANGOP] Luanda -The minister of Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto, on Wednesday in Luanda, pledged to the staff of this institution that a tight fight will be undertaken against those, who mismanage the State assets of the Ministry.
[Wellbeing Women] In most African societies, sexually assaulted people are often accused of complicity in acts perpetrated against them. Consequently, they keep silent to avoid social rejection, forced marriage with their abuser, incarceration, further abuse, or even murder. The general attitude of the community is likely to affect the victim's approach to seek care as well as their relationship with health services.
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A female expat was badly assaulted and that had her head smashed with a large piece of coral at Bukura Road is stunned that after almost three weeks now police could not identify the suspects.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed yesterday for the establishment of a unit trust in Vanuatu, an avenue where residents can save and grow their money for future.
Vanuatu will be commemorating International Right To Know Day (IRKD) on 28th September with the signing of the Second Ministerial Enforcement Order — capturing the next lot of public offices to go under this second implementation phase.
The Managing Director of South Sea Services issued a warning to the public not to give money to anyone purporting to be recruiting for cruise ship workers.
Member of Parliament (MP) for Pentecost, Francois Chani, has lodged complaints with the Vanuatu Police, against the Vanuatu National Provident Fund (VNPF) and against the Vanuatu Government for what he termed ‘unnecessary prolonged Commissions of Inquiry Reports’.
The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) has served enforcement notices on Central Wastewater Treatment Company Limited and the National Water Commission to repair a broken sewer line in Seaview Gardens, St Andrew. Untreated sewage is...
A St Catherine man who allegedly beat his wife to death with a pickaxe stick and then reportedly attempted to commit suicide is in hospital under police guard. The deceased has been identified as 43-year-old Maralee Russell-Knight, otherwise called...
Twenty-two-year-old Oraine Gray, an electrician of Haughton Grove district in Ramble, Hanover, who is wanted in the United States on lottery scamming-related charges, has been arrested. Gray was accosted at his house this morning by members of...
The sight of headless cat corpses in and around Croydon, South London, sparked fears of an animal killer stalking its streets, but police have today concluded that this is not the case.
Despite the PM making a plea for compromise at a summit in Salzburg, EU council chief Donald Tusk insisted her Chequers plan would undermine the single market.
The Met Office has issued a rain warning for Wales and North West England until 10pm tonight, and a wind warning for most of England and Wales from 6pm today until 9am tomorrow.
In an unprecedented move, Meghan Markle invited her mother Doria Ragland to the event at Kensington Palace, and they appeared together in public for the first time since May's royal wedding.
British schoolgirl Courtney Hadwin, of Hesledon, County Durham, was one of the favourites to win the $1m prize, but eventually finished sixth.
The National Electoral Commission (NEC) on Thursday, September 20, 2018 has ordered Chadema chairman Freeman Mbowe to apologise for uttering false allegations against the body.
Former Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC) director general Tido Mhando told the Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court that he was determined to transform the state-owned media organization into a highly respected and profitable institution that would provide dividends to the government.
A total of 59 United States Peace Corps Volunteers will be stationed in 35 districts across Tanzania for two years of service in the education sector.
National carrier told to quickly finalise new business plan ahead of election.
Both handhelds will be released in UAE on Friday, September 21.