French company take top billing at their home event from 2019 to 2021
China coach Marcello Lippi revealed a relaxed approach to penalty shoot-outs on Saturday but declared key man Wu Lei fit to face Thailand in theirÂ AsianÂ CupÂ knockout tie.
J-League star Chanathip Songkrasin is determined to spearhead Thailand to an upset over the powerful Â China as the two nations confront in the Asian Cup round of 16 at 9pm today in Al Ain.
REPORTER: News Staff, Friday Jan. 18th. - Police, Coast Guard and family members of two men missing from Mapp Caye have launched an intensive search, following the discovery of a
By Lloyd Jones “The lawyer, like the diplomat, deals in debate and compromise. Knowledge of law is essential to the diplomat, an ability to negotiate essential to the lawyer, and
REPORTER: Marion Ali , Saturday Jan. 19th. - Journalists, police and BDF personnel whose jobs deal with communications, today received training on how to efficiently and effectively report on migration
REPORTER: Marion Ali, Saturday Jan. 19th. - A man and a woman – both residents of Dangriga – have been arrested and charged with two counts of Drug Trafficking after
Congo's constitutional court confirmed Felix Tshisekedi's presidential election win on Sunday, dismissing a challenge from another opposition leader who had accused him and the ruling party of stitching up the result.
Phil Mickelson recaptured the lead with back-to-back birdies midway through the back nine and went on to a grab a two-stroke advantage over Adam Hadwin in the third round of the Desert Classic in southern California on Saturday.
The destroyer USS Donald Cook has entered the Black Sea less than two weeks after another US Navy vessel was deployed there. Moscow says it will watch the actions of the US ship closely. Read Full Article at RT.com
Colleagues have been mourning the death of Mohamed Ben Khalifa, a freelance photographer who worked for RT's video agency Ruptly and AP. Khalifa was killed by a stray shell south of Tripoli while on the job. Read Full Article at RT.com
The court hearing on a measure of restriction was postponed for January 22
The US Navy reported that the ship went to conduct Maritime security operations with NATO allies and partners in the region
The previous contract expired on December 31, 2018
The attacker was a 20-year-old man from the Russian region of Bashkortostan
AMMONNEWS - Yemen's warring sides have failed to reach an agreement on swapping thousands of prisoners of war, with both sides accusing each other of lying.Negotiations between the Yemeni government and Houthi rebel representatives broke down in Jordan's capital, Amman, with the Yemeni governmen
AMMONNEWS - The Jordanian foreign ministry yesterday condemned Israel’s actions near Al-Buraq (the Western Wall), stressing it is an inalienable part of Al-Aqsa Mosque.Israel had reportedly set up steel and wooden structures near Al-Buraq, in contravention of the status quo agreement with Jordan
AMMONNEWS - The Kuwaiti Embassy in Jordan is closely following up on the recent death of a Kuwaiti national in Amman, Ambassador Azeez Al-Daihani said on Saturday.«The embassy is in close contact with Jordanian security authorities,» the ambassador said in a statement, adding that the embassy w
AMMONNEWS - Lower House Speaker, Atef Tarawneh, underlined the importance of achieving the objective of the General Pardon, which His Majesty the King directed the government to issue in order to alleviate challenges and pressures facing citizens.The speaker's made his remarks in a meeting with
AMMONNEWS - A Jordanian citizen, whose body was found Friday in the southwestern Syrian Governorate of As-Suwayda was identified, Director of Operations at the Ministry of Foreign and Expatriate Affairs said Saturday.The ministry's operations contacted the diseased's family, who confirmed that h
Beneath the glass of his casket, Brian Velasco looked dapper in a black suit and necktie, his long hair laid loosely past his shoulders. His face appeared calm, showing none of the restlessness and tension he probably felt before he took his own life in the morning of January 16. «Ang guwapo,» said a female friend who joined me and two members of South Border in the wee hours of Jan. 18 at the wake for Brian. We met Portia Carlos, Brian's girlfriend. «Brian and I lived in the same condo building but in different units,» she said, and, with a tinge of sadness, added that they were a couple who were virtually together but not quite. I wanted to ask her wher...Keep on reading: Was Brian Velasco’s livestream a cry for help?
Every day is a blessing and a precious gift from God. Among the many special days in a year, I am most grateful for Jan. 19. Not only is it the birthday of our elder daughter Annika, it's also the day my hubby Dennis survived a helicopter crash while he was on a business trip in India in 2004. I was then pregnant with our youngest, Athena, who is now 13. Dennis' miraculous full recovery is a constant reminder to be always filled with gratitude and to celebrate life and all its blessings. We are proud of our Annika, who turned 21 yesterday. She is currently discovering the wonders of Nepal and Bhutan before continuing her junior year at Chapman University where is s...Keep on reading: Glorious era for Philippine art
PHOENIX, Arizona --- A lawyer for the family of an incapacitated Arizona woman who gave birth in a long-term care facility said she is not in a coma as previously reported. The Arizona Republic reported Friday that attorney John Micheaels said the 29-year-old woman has «significant intellectual disabilities» and does not speak but has some ability to move, responds to sounds and is able to make facial gestures. Phoenix police have said the woman was the victim of a sexual assault and have disclosed little other information. A Jan. 8 statement by San Carlos Apache Tribe officials said the woman, a tribal member, gave birth while in a coma. News media outlets have reported ...Keep on reading: Lawyer: Incapacitated woman who gave birth not in coma
BBC World News anchor Rico Hizon has been inducted into the Eastwood Walk of Fame. Hizon was the only broadcast journalist in the news and public affairs category to have a star in this year's induction ceremony. The eight other inductees honored at the Eastwood Mall Walk of Fame were Pia Wurtzbach, Derek Ramsey, Julia Barretto, Ken Chan, Vhong Navarro, Dr. Jose Perez, Chito Roo and Marichu Vera Perez Maceda. Hizon is celebrating his 30th year in the news industry, the only Filipino to anchor the news in two of the world's most prestigious news organizations, CNBC and BBC World News. "I'm really proud to be honored with this star. I am so proud of my heritage an...Keep on reading: BBC’s Rico Hizon gets star at Eastwood Walk of Fame
CANTON, Ohio, United States --- An Ohio teenager hoping to become a book editor someday has earned perfect scores on both the ACT (American College Test) and SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) college entrance exams. The Canton Repository reports 18-year-old Dinah Ward, a student at Canton South High School in northeast Ohio, took the exams previously and worked with a tutor work to achieve perfection. Only 0.2 percent of the 1.9 million people who took the ACT last year earned a perfect score of 36. The newspaper reports there weren't any data available to show how many SAT test takers managed a perfect score of 1,600 in 2018. Canton South Principal Jeff Moore says Ward is "one...Keep on reading: Teen earns perfect scores on college entrance exams
Four TNM Super League of Malawi (SULOM) in the northern region will in March hold a mega bonanza in preparation for the league; but, also to fundraise. The teams—Mzuzu University (Mzuni) FC, Moyale Barracks FC,... The post North Malawi ‘mega’ football bonanza March, expected to raise K10m appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Outgoing Northern Region Police Commissioner has urged police officers in the Malawi Police Service (MPS) to be professional in their work for them to serve the country well. Effie Kaitano was speaking Friday at Northern... The post Retired Police Commissioner calls for cop professionalism appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Lilongwe based gospel musician Wendy Harawa has released Mundisungire Ndinu music video. The song’s audio version was released on Christmas Day last year. Harawa said the song talks about giving thanks to God for His protection.... The post Wendy Harasa releases Mundisungure Ndinu gospel video appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Minister of Health, Housing and Population Atupele Muluzi on Thursday visited the newly built cancer centre at Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) which is expected to be ready this year and save government about K480 million ($960... The post Muluzi says Malawi cancer centre ready this year: ‘Key Commitment of Mutharika’ appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
South African Airways (SAA) has shut down its Blantyre operations in Malawi effective from Saturday, January 19 2019 after the Civil Aviation Authority found severe non-compliance at Chileka International Airport, that pose serious safety risks. The... The post South African Airways suspends Blantyre route due to concerns of Chileka Airport appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
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In a «major announcement» from the White House, US President Donald Trump offered a three-year stay of deportation for DACA recipients in exchange for border wall funding to end government shutdown. Democrats have already said no. Read Full Article at RT.com
DR Congo rebuked the African Union on Friday over its calls to suspend the announcement of final results from presidential elections, insisting that the Constitutional Court assessing the vote's legality was impartial. The court is urgently hearing an appeal over the outcome of the December 30 vote to choose a successor to long-serving President Joseph Kabila, with runner-up Martin Fayulu claiming he was cheated of victory. «The court is independent, both of us and the African Union,» government spokesman Lambert Mende said. «I don't think it is the business of the government or even of the African Union to tell the court what it should do.» At a summit in Addis Ababa, AU leaders announced late Thursday that they would dispatch envoys to Kinshasa in a bid to end the crisis. AU commission chief Moussa Faki Mahamat and Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, currently the AU chairman, are expected to fly in on Monday. The African leaders said there were «serious doubts» about the vote's provisional results. They called for the announcement of the final results to be suspended -- a matter currently in the hands of the Constitutional Court, which must issue a ruling ahead of the scheduled swearing-in of the next president on Tuesday. Mende said bluntly: «I don't know if there are countries where people can interfere like that in a legal procedure. »The court will do what is right for showing the truth. We should all trust it,« he said. In a statement the European Union said it joined the AU in inviting »all the Congolese players to work constructively with this (AU) delegation to find a post-electoral solution which respects the Congolese people's vote«. - Appeal - On January 10, the electoral commission declared opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi provisional winner with 38.57 percent of the vote against Fayulu's 34.8 percent. But Fayulu, who has hailed the AU's stance, denounced the figures as an »electoral coup« forged by Tshisekedi and Kabila, and filed an appeal with the Constitutional Court a day later. He claims he won with 61 percent of the vote. The Financial Times and other foreign media have reported seeing documents that confirm Fayulu as the winner. »If the court declares Tshisekedi victor, the risk of isolation would be enormous and untenable for a country positioned right in the middle of the continent,« wrote Adeline Van Houtte of the Economist Intelligence Unit on Twitter. Fayulu's camp hailed the AU appeal for the final result to be put on hold, but Tshisekedi's entourage lashed it as »scandalous.« And his lawyer and deputy chief of staff Peter Kazadi denounced the AU's appeal as having »no legal basis.« It was, he said, the result of manoeuvering by »a small number of countries,« which he did not name, and »shamed the institution« of the AU. - Fears of violence - The dispute has raised fears that the political crisis that began when Kabila refused to step down at the end of his constitutional term in office two years ago, could turn into a bloodbath. The vast and chronically unstable country lived through two regional wars in 1996-97 and 1998-2003, and the previous two elections, in 2006 and 2011, were marred by bloody clashes. The AU has taken the firmest line of all major international bodies with regard to the post-election crisis. The Southern African Development Community (SADC), a bloc that includes Angola and South Africa, initially called for a recount and a unity government. But in a later communique, it made no mention of those demands, instead calling on Congolese politicians to »address any electoral grievances in line with the Democratic Republic of Congo's Constitution and relevant electoral laws«. Kagame's visit as part of the AU delegation could complicate matters, analysts say. Rwanda backed the 1997 ouster of dictator Mobutu Sese Seko by Kabila's father, Laurent-Desire Kabila, but then changed allies. Sporadic clashes occurred last year on the border between the two neighbours. »I doubt Kagame's credibility, given his qualities as a democrat," Kazadi said. © Agence France-Presse