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Ethiopia sets pre-condition for dialogue with Sudan: reports

January 26, 2021 (ADDIS ABABA,KHARTOUM) - Ethiopia on Tuesday set a pre-condition for any form of negotiations with neighbouring Sudan over their border dispute. The Ethiopian government, state media reported, will only begin talks when the Sudanese side goe
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Ethiopia sets pre-condition for dialogue with Sudan: reports

January 26, 2021 (ADDIS ABABA,KHARTOUM) - Ethiopia on Tuesday set a pre-condition for any form of negotiations with neighbouring Sudan over their border dispute. The Ethiopian government, state media reported, will only begin talks when the Sudanese side goes back to the status quo ante. «Our precondition to carry out the negotiations with the Sudanese side is return to the status quo ante. Then we will discuss the border issue,» said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Dina (...) - News / FRONT_PAGE_SECONDARY, Sudan, Ethiopia, Diplomacy - International Relations

‘We took the right decisions at the right time’ says minister, despite UK registering more than 100,000 Covid deaths

A British minister has insisted that the government has acted “decisively” throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and has made correct decisions in accordance with the science and information made available. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘We took the right decisions at the right time’ says minister, despite UK registering more than 100,000 Covid deaths

A British minister has insisted that the government has acted “decisively” throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and has made correct decisions in accordance with the science and information made available. Read Full Article at RT.com

South Africa: Govt Launches R1.2 Billion Tourism Equity Fund

[SAnews.gov.za] Government on Tuesday launched the Tourism Equity Fund aimed at creating an inclusive and growing tourism sector by supporting entrepreneurship and investment on the supply side of the tourism sector.
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South Africa: Govt Launches R1.2 Billion Tourism Equity Fund

[SAnews.gov.za] Government on Tuesday launched the Tourism Equity Fund aimed at creating an inclusive and growing tourism sector by supporting entrepreneurship and investment on the supply side of the tourism sector.

Africa: South African President Condemns Vaccine Hoarding by Rich Countries

[SAnews.gov.za] President Cyril Ramaphosa says poor countries desperately need COVID-19 vaccines as much as other nations that have already started vaccinating their citizens.
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Africa: South African President Condemns Vaccine Hoarding by Rich Countries

[SAnews.gov.za] President Cyril Ramaphosa says poor countries desperately need COVID-19 vaccines as much as other nations that have already started vaccinating their citizens.

YouTube prolongs Trump suspension citing ‘ongoing potential for violence’ as Big Tech doubles down on deplatforming policies

Former US president Donald Trump will remain barred from using YouTube for the foreseeable future, the video-hosting service has announced, adding that it placed new restrictions on Trump lawyer Rudy Guiliani’s account. Read Full Article at RT.com
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YouTube prolongs Trump suspension citing ‘ongoing potential for violence’ as Big Tech doubles down on deplatforming policies

Former US president Donald Trump will remain barred from using YouTube for the foreseeable future, the video-hosting service has announced, adding that it placed new restrictions on Trump lawyer Rudy Guiliani’s account. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Who doesn’t live here?’ London police swoop on BABY SHOWER for violating Covid-19 restrictions (VIDEO)

Not so long ago, police descending upon a baby shower would’ve made a great idea for a grotesque comedy sketch, but this is reality in Britain during the pandemic and it doesn’t seem funny at all. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Who doesn’t live here?’ London police swoop on BABY SHOWER for violating Covid-19 restrictions (VIDEO)

Not so long ago, police descending upon a baby shower would’ve made a great idea for a grotesque comedy sketch, but this is reality in Britain during the pandemic and it doesn’t seem funny at all. Read Full Article at RT.com

Moscow mayor lifts ban on nightclubs and drops curfew for bars amid falling coronavirus cases across Russia

While punters in many parts of the world might struggle to buy a drink under tough rules aimed at halting the spread of Covid-19, Moscow is moving to reopen its nightlife industry, as numbers of positive tests continue to drop. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Moscow mayor lifts ban on nightclubs and drops curfew for bars amid falling coronavirus cases across Russia

While punters in many parts of the world might struggle to buy a drink under tough rules aimed at halting the spread of Covid-19, Moscow is moving to reopen its nightlife industry, as numbers of positive tests continue to drop. Read Full Article at RT.com

South Korea reports spike in Covid-19 cases linked to Christian schools and churches

South Korean authorities have detected a spike in new coronavirus cases, traced to Christian schools and churches. The group behind the facilities, International Mission, has acknowledged failing to detect the outbreak in time. Read Full Article at RT.com
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South Korea reports spike in Covid-19 cases linked to Christian schools and churches

South Korean authorities have detected a spike in new coronavirus cases, traced to Christian schools and churches. The group behind the facilities, International Mission, has acknowledged failing to detect the outbreak in time. Read Full Article at RT.com

Over 8 million people need humanitarian aid in S. Sudan: OCHA

January 26, 2021 (NEW YORK) - More than 8 million people in South Sudan will need humanitarian assistance this year alone, the United Nations said. The needy, who include 310,000 refugees and asylum seekers reportedly present an increase from the 7.5 millio
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Over 8 million people need humanitarian aid in S. Sudan: OCHA

January 26, 2021 (NEW YORK) - More than 8 million people in South Sudan will need humanitarian assistance this year alone, the United Nations said. The needy, who include 310,000 refugees and asylum seekers reportedly present an increase from the 7.5 million people in need last year. South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, has a population of about 12 million people. According to the UN, years of conflict and the impact of climate change are driving up humanitarian needs, including (...) - News / South Sudan, OCHA - United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Famine

SPLM-N's Arman accuses Sudan intelligence of obstructing peace implementation

January 26, 2021 (KHARTOUM) - Yasir Arman, deputy head of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) led by Malik Agar, accused the Sudanese intelligence service of working to divide the movements that signed the peace agreement. This accusation c
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SPLM-N's Arman accuses Sudan intelligence of obstructing peace implementation

January 26, 2021 (KHARTOUM) - Yasir Arman, deputy head of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) led by Malik Agar, accused the Sudanese intelligence service of working to divide the movements that signed the peace agreement. This accusation comes as the implementation of the Juba Peace Agreement is facing severe delays four months after its signing. In a joint interview with Al-Sudani and Al-Tayyar newspapers published in Khartoum on Monday, Arman said that a successful (...) - News / FRONT_PAGE_DISPLAY

Machar, diplomats discuss security arrangement issues

January 26, 2020 (JUBA) – South Sudan's First Vice-President, Riek Machar on Tuesday discussed the implementation of the September 2018 peace deal with several diplomats in the country. The diplomats who met Machar included, Prof. Joram Biswaro, the head o
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Machar, diplomats discuss security arrangement issues

January 26, 2020 (JUBA) – South Sudan's First Vice-President, Riek Machar on Tuesday discussed the implementation of the September 2018 peace deal with several diplomats in the country. The diplomats who met Machar included, Prof. Joram Biswaro, the head of the African Union mission in South Sudan, Major Gen. Charles Tai Gituai, Interim Chairperson of Revitalized Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (RJMEC) as well as the Deputy Chief of Strategy at RJMEC, Ambassador Thomson Fontaine. (...) - News / FRONT_PAGE_SECONDARY, South Sudan, South Sudan Peace Implementation

Mystery guest takes over Jasper Park Lodge — the entire hotel — for 9-week booking

All 446 rooms at Alberta's iconic Jasper Park Lodge have been reserved for a nine-week private booking, but hotel management is keeping mum about the mysterious guest.
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Mystery guest takes over Jasper Park Lodge — the entire hotel — for 9-week booking

All 446 rooms at Alberta's iconic Jasper Park Lodge have been reserved for a nine-week private booking, but hotel management is keeping mum about the mysterious guest.

Coronavirus: UAE issues new quarantine rules for employees

Quarantine period for unvaccinated employees will be deducted from their annual leave or considered an unpaid one if they have none left.
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Coronavirus: UAE issues new quarantine rules for employees

Quarantine period for unvaccinated employees will be deducted from their annual leave or considered an unpaid one if they have none left.

India to become world’s fastest-growing economy in 2022, says IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects India’s economy to bounce back strongly in the next fiscal year, with 11.5 percent growth. The forecast follows “a stronger-than-expected” recovery in 2020. Read Full Article at RT.com
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India to become world’s fastest-growing economy in 2022, says IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects India’s economy to bounce back strongly in the next fiscal year, with 11.5 percent growth. The forecast follows “a stronger-than-expected” recovery in 2020. Read Full Article at RT.com

JPS shocked by OUR statement on guaranteed standards breaches

The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) says it is shocked and disappointed by the pronouncement of the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) that the power company owes several customers millions of dollars for breaches of the guaranteed...
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JPS shocked by OUR statement on guaranteed standards breaches

The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) says it is shocked and disappointed by the pronouncement of the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) that the power company owes several customers millions of dollars for breaches of the guaranteed...

'Shocking and unprecedented' fall in number of sex attackers being taken to court, judges are told 

The End Violence Against Women (EVAW) coalition claims that the Crown Prosecution Service took a series of actions which changed the way rape cases are considered.
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'Shocking and unprecedented' fall in number of sex attackers being taken to court, judges are told 

The End Violence Against Women (EVAW) coalition claims that the Crown Prosecution Service took a series of actions which changed the way rape cases are considered.

G7 foreign ministers condemn arrest of Russia's Navalny

The G7 group of nations on Tuesday condemned the arrest of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, calling his detention «politically motivated» in a statement. The foreign ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US s
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G7 foreign ministers condemn arrest of Russia's Navalny

The G7 group of nations on Tuesday condemned the arrest of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, calling his detention «politically motivated» in a statement. The foreign ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US said Navalny's detention was «deplorable» and called for his «immediate and unconditional release». «Russia is bound by its national and international obligations to respect and ensure human rights,» added the seven nations. Navalny, 44, was detained at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport on January 17, less than an hour after he arrived from Germany, sparking widespread criticism from western governments. He had been in Berlin recovering from poisoning with a nerve agent. The G7 rebuke demonstrated the united front within the group against Russia, expelled from what was then the G8 in 2014 over its annexation of Crimea. Navalny maintains the attack against him in August last year was ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin, a claim the Kremlin has repeatedly denied. In the statement, the G7 hit out at the use of the chemical nerve agent Novichok and said «any use of chemical weapons is unacceptable and contravenes international norms against the use of such weapons». They urged Russian authorities to «investigate and credibly explain the use of a chemical weapon on its soil in the light of Russia's obligations under the Chemical Weapons Convention». Earlier on Tuesday, Navalny's aides called for new anti-government rallies outside the FSB security agency and Putin's presidential administration in Moscow this weekend. The opposition leader's team called on Facebook for supporters to gather at noon. Police on Saturday detained nearly 3,900 people -- a record for a single day -- at rallies in more than 100 cities across the country, where demonstrators called for Navalny's release. © Agence France-Presse

China to expand tests of digital yuan in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen

China is expanding trials of its sovereign digital currency in the capital Beijing, the nation's most populous city of Shanghai and leading tech hub Shenzhen this year. Read Full Article at RT.com
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China to expand tests of digital yuan in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen

China is expanding trials of its sovereign digital currency in the capital Beijing, the nation's most populous city of Shanghai and leading tech hub Shenzhen this year. Read Full Article at RT.com

It's urgent, man says as he's caught urinating in front of woman's car

A man answered the urgent call of nature by urinating right in front of a woman's parked car on Monday morning (Jan 25). The incident occurred at the Level 5 carpark of the Nordcom I building at 3 Gambas Crescent. Stomp contributor Lingg , the owner of the
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It's urgent, man says as he's caught urinating in front of woman's car

A man answered the urgent call of nature by urinating right in front of a woman's parked car on Monday morning (Jan 25). The incident occurred at the Level 5 carpark of the Nordcom I building at 3 Gambas Crescent. Stomp contributor Lingg , the owner of the affected car, shared dashcam footage of the disgusting act that took place at around 10.40am. She also caught the man, who had parked his own car in front of hers, red-handed. Lingg told Stomp: «I caught this man peeing in public when I was returning to my car. His mask was off and he was smoking too. »I shouted 'Oi!' at him to stop but he ignored me until he was done. He then claimed that he was urgent. When I told him that the toilet is just next to the lift landing, he said it was his first time at this place. "Despite what he said, he can still choose to pee at other people's car and not at his own! He is just being inconsiderate and unhygienic.

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