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DLSU coach to focus resources on immediate challenges

A Final Four ticket was within reach for the DLSU Green Archers, but with their loss against the UP Fighting Maroons, the Taft-based squad may have to wait a little longer.
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DLSU coach to focus resources on immediate challenges

A Final Four ticket was within reach for the DLSU Green Archers, but with their loss against the UP Fighting Maroons, the Taft-based squad may have to wait a little longer.

PNG offers to play peacemaker between Australia and China at APEC

Papua New Guinea's Foreign Minister says the country will do all it can to ensure there are no conflicts between China and Australia during the APEC summit.
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PNG offers to play peacemaker between Australia and China at APEC

Papua New Guinea's Foreign Minister says the country will do all it can to ensure there are no conflicts between China and Australia during the APEC summit.

Iran, 2nd biggest consumer of antibiotics among 65 countries: WHO

TEHRAN - Iran’s antibiotics consumption was the second highest among 65 countries, according to World Health Organization (WHO) report on Surveillance of Antibiotic Consumption published in November 2018.
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Iran, 2nd biggest consumer of antibiotics among 65 countries: WHO

TEHRAN - Iran’s antibiotics consumption was the second highest among 65 countries, according to World Health Organization (WHO) report on Surveillance of Antibiotic Consumption published in November 2018.

Hamedan talks raise awareness of high-techs supporting tourism

TEHRAN – The city of Hamedan hosted a United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) session this week, which highlighted harnessing cultural tourism by the means of cutting-edge technologies.
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Hamedan talks raise awareness of high-techs supporting tourism

TEHRAN – The city of Hamedan hosted a United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) session this week, which highlighted harnessing cultural tourism by the means of cutting-edge technologies.

‘Recent heavy rainfall not to compensate for water scarcity’

TEHRAN — Since the beginning of autumn, the country has been poured with rain, experiencing a 14 millimeters increase compared to the long-term average, nevertheless the water scarcity or the severe drop in groundwater resources are not compensated, directo
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‘Recent heavy rainfall not to compensate for water scarcity’

TEHRAN — Since the beginning of autumn, the country has been poured with rain, experiencing a 14 millimeters increase compared to the long-term average, nevertheless the water scarcity or the severe drop in groundwater resources are not compensated, director for drought and crisis management department at Iran’s Meteorological Organization has said.

Tehran air quality improves compared to last year

TEHRAN — Air quality in Tehran has improved in the current [Iranian calendar] year (started on March 21) so far compared to the last year, Masoud Zandi, head of the national center for air quality and climate change affiliated with the Department of Environ
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Tehran air quality improves compared to last year

TEHRAN — Air quality in Tehran has improved in the current [Iranian calendar] year (started on March 21) so far compared to the last year, Masoud Zandi, head of the national center for air quality and climate change affiliated with the Department of Environment, has said.

Former KPA boss to pay for 'mystery' assets

James Mulewa suffered a setback after a court declined to suspend execution of a judgment in which he was ordered to pay the government Sh74.6 million for unexplained assets.
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Former KPA boss to pay for 'mystery' assets

James Mulewa suffered a setback after a court declined to suspend execution of a judgment in which he was ordered to pay the government Sh74.6 million for unexplained assets.

Heads of General Staff of Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan and Turkey discuss military cooperation

Bishkek, Nov. 14, 2018. /Kabar/. A military delegation led by Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic, Major General Rayimberdi Duishenbiev, paid an official 3-day visit to Turkey on November 12, 2018, the press service of the Ge
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Heads of General Staff of Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan and Turkey discuss military cooperation

Bishkek, Nov. 14, 2018. /Kabar/. A military delegation led by Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic, Major General Rayimberdi Duishenbiev, paid an official 3-day visit to Turkey on November 12, 2018, the press service of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic reported. As reported, the head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic met on Tuesday with Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Turkey, Army General Yasar Güler. During the meeting, the sides discussed issues of the military cooperation between the defense ministries of Kyrgyzstan and Turkey and outlined future prospects. The meeting participants noted the high level of mutual understanding and support between the two countries, as evidenced by reciprocal visits at the level of top political and military leadership in 2018. During the visit, Duishenbiev also intends to meet with Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar, visit the Department of Defense Industry, the command of special forces, the Army School, as well as the National Defense University of Turkey, etc. The bilateral military cooperation between the armed forces of Kyrgyzstan and Turkey is developing in such areas as military-technical cooperation, military education, combat training, conducting joint exercises and trainings.

Real Madrid confirm Solari as coach until June 2021

Real Madrid on Tuesday confirmed Santiago Solari as their new permanent first team coach until the end of June 2021 following a successful fortnight in charge since replacing the sacked Julen Lopetegui on Oct. 29, according to Xinhua. 42-year-old Solari was
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Real Madrid confirm Solari as coach until June 2021

Real Madrid on Tuesday confirmed Santiago Solari as their new permanent first team coach until the end of June 2021 following a successful fortnight in charge since replacing the sacked Julen Lopetegui on Oct. 29, according to Xinhua. 42-year-old Solari was promoted from the Real Madrid B-team (Real Madrid Castilla) on an interim basis and his four games in charge have led to four wins with 15 goals in favor and just two against, which is the best start any Real Madrid coach has ever enjoyed in the club's 116 year history. Spanish rules state a coach can only be in charge of a club on an interim basis for two weeks, so this Monday Real Madrid President Florentino Perez had to decide whether to confirm the Argentinean as coach on a permanent basis or to return him to Castilla. It had been reported in the Spanish press that Solari would be offered a deal until the end of June 2020, but finally the club has given him a contract for two and a half years as a sign of their confidence in him. A former Real Madrid player, Solari scored 10 goals in 131 league appearances for the club between 2000 and 2005 and after hanging up his boots, he returned to work in the Real Madrid youth system in 2013, being made Castilla coach in 2016. His numbers in just over two seasons with Castilla are decent but not spectacular, with 32 wins from 86 matches in charge with a team with the biggest budget in their league. There was even speculation he could be replaced last season as the side failed to make the playoffs from the Segunda B (third tier of the Spanish game) to the second division (Liga 123), but he retained his position for the current season and the team was just outside of the playoffs when he was called on to replace Lopetegui. A very amiable person, Solari is seen as a man who will be able to repeat the good relationship Zinedine Zidane enjoyed with the heavyweights in the Madrid dressing room, while also promoting young players he has worked with in Castilla. His next game in charge will be the always difficult trip to face Eibar on Nov. 24.

MFA of Uzbekistan positively assesses Kyrgyz-Uzbek interaction in information sphere

Tashkent, Nov. 14, 2018. / Kabar/. During the second round of the Kyrgyz-Uzbek ministerial consultations on information support for foreign policy and working with the media in Bishkek, the sides noted the positive dynamics of bilateral cooperation in the inf
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MFA of Uzbekistan positively assesses Kyrgyz-Uzbek interaction in information sphere

Tashkent, Nov. 14, 2018. / Kabar/. During the second round of the Kyrgyz-Uzbek ministerial consultations on information support for foreign policy and working with the media in Bishkek, the sides noted the positive dynamics of bilateral cooperation in the information sphere, the press service of the Uzbek Foreign Ministry said. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, during the meeting director of the Information Department Muratbek Azymbakiyev shared the experience of the department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan headed by him. An exchange of views on promising areas of bilateral cooperation also took place.

Jeenbekov meets with leaders of special services of Turkic-speaking states

Bishkek, Nov. 14, 2018. /Kabar/. President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbay Jeenbekov met today with participants of the 21st meeting of the Conference of Special Services of Turkic-speaking States, which was held in Kyrgyzstan. “We are fraternal and close nations
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Jeenbekov meets with leaders of special services of Turkic-speaking states

Bishkek, Nov. 14, 2018. /Kabar/. President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbay Jeenbekov met today with participants of the 21st meeting of the Conference of Special Services of Turkic-speaking States, which was held in Kyrgyzstan. “We are fraternal and close nations and are pleased that by maintaining the 20-year tradition of annual meetings of heads of intelligence services, you strengthen and develop your cooperation, share experiences and discuss a wide range of national, regional and global issues,” said Jeenbekov, noting that this conference is a significant event for the entire region. He noted that the heads of state of the region attach particular importance to the close and effective cooperation of the special services, which, above all, is aimed at ensuring the security of the fraternal peoples. “Only by joint and concerted efforts we can achieve significant results in the fight against threats and challenges. I am confident that interstate and interdepartmental cooperation at your level will bring significant results in ensuring the security of states,” the president said, wishing success and fruitful work. Chairman of the State Committee for National Security of the Kyrgyz Republic Idris Kadyrkulov presented information on the activities of the Conference of Special Services of Turkic-speaking States, noting that the chairmanship moved from Kyrgyzstan to Azerbaijan. The meeting was attended by head of the State Security Service of Azerbaijan Madat Guliyev, head of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Azerbaijan Orkhan Sultanov, chairman of the State Security Service of Uzbekistan Ihtiyor Abdullayev, deputy chairman of the National Security Committee of Kazakhstan Nurgali Bilisbekov, director of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Kazakhstan Isatai Syrtayev, chairman of the State National Security Committee of Kyrgyzstan Idris Kadyrkulov, as well as Secretary of the Council of Damir Sagynbayev, security officer of the Kyrgyz Republic, and Daniyar Sydykov, head of the foreign policy department of the Kyrgyz President’s Office.

Kyrgyz State Border Service will strengthen relations with border guards of neighboring states - Sharsheyev

Tokmok, Nov. 14, 2018. /Kabar/. The State Border Service of Kyrgyzstan will strengthen relations with the border agencies of neighboring states, Chairman of the State Border Service of Kyrgyzstan Ularbek Sharsheev told during the 80th jubilee meeting of the
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Kyrgyz State Border Service will strengthen relations with border guards of neighboring states - Sharsheyev

Tokmok, Nov. 14, 2018. /Kabar/. The State Border Service of Kyrgyzstan will strengthen relations with the border agencies of neighboring states, Chairman of the State Border Service of Kyrgyzstan Ularbek Sharsheev told during the 80th jubilee meeting of the Council of Commanders of the CIS Border Troops, which was held in Tokmok. He said that, earlier agreements were reached on the non-use of weapons between the border guards of Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. He noted that due to the increasing incidents at state borders with the use of weapons against the civilian population by border guards, the leaders of the border guards of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan reached an agreement in May of this year on non-use of weapons against the civilian population if there is no threat to life the border guard himself. Sharsheyev said that, similar agreements have been reached between the border guards of Tajikistan. “After the incidents between the border guards of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, the behaviors of the border guards of both countries was revised. Following the negotiations, agreements were reached on the non-use of weapons and avoiding clashes entailing negative consequences,” the head of the State Border Service of the Kyrgyz Republic said. In conclusion, Sharsheyev stressed that the State Border Service of Kyrgyzstan will continue to strengthen and improve relations between the border services of neighboring states.

SSC issues tough sentences in terror cases

AMMONNEWS - The State Security Court (SSC) on Wednesday handed down tough sentences to three defendants in three separate cases related to the promotion of a terrorist organization.The verdicts were announced during a public hearing chaired by the court's Pre
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SSC issues tough sentences in terror cases

AMMONNEWS - The State Security Court (SSC) on Wednesday handed down tough sentences to three defendants in three separate cases related to the promotion of a terrorist organization.The verdicts were announced during a public hearing chaired by the court's President Colonel. Mohammed Afef.In

King, Crown Prince receive cables on occasion of late King Hussein’s birthday

AMMONNEWS - His Majesty King Abdullah and His Royal Highness Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II on Wednesday received cables on the anniversary of the late King Hussein's birthday, which falls on Tuesday, 14 November.King Abdullah received cables from se
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King, Crown Prince receive cables on occasion of late King Hussein’s birthday

AMMONNEWS - His Majesty King Abdullah and His Royal Highness Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II on Wednesday received cables on the anniversary of the late King Hussein's birthday, which falls on Tuesday, 14 November.King Abdullah received cables from senior officials, heads of security age

Iraqi president to visit Jordan tomorrow

AMMONNEWS - Iraqi President Barham Salih will pay a working visit to the Kingdom on Thursday, during which he will hold talks with His Majesty King Abdullah II on ways to strengthen relations between the two countries in various fields, in addition to curren
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Iraqi president to visit Jordan tomorrow

AMMONNEWS - Iraqi President Barham Salih will pay a working visit to the Kingdom on Thursday, during which he will hold talks with His Majesty King Abdullah II on ways to strengthen relations between the two countries in various fields, in addition to current developments in the region.The Iraqi

Students at Barts Medical School rise to 59

The student population at Barts Medical School in Gozo has risen to 59, but at this rate the target mentioned by the Prime Minister of having 300 after five years will not be met. Compared to last April when the figure stood at 40, the total suggests that th
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Students at Barts Medical School rise to 59

The student population at Barts Medical School in Gozo has risen to 59, but at this rate the target mentioned by the Prime Minister of having 300 after five years will not be met. Compared to last April when the figure stood at 40, the total suggests that the intake in the second year was of just 19 students. However, the details seem to be shrouded under a veil of secrecy as the government has repeatedly refused to divulge any data, even when the matter was raised in Parliament. Two weeks ago, Education Minister Evarist Bartolo declined to reply to questions filed by Gozitan MP Chris Said on the number of students, their nationalities and if any of them had the course expenses covered by a scholarship. In his reply, Mr Bartolo, referred the MP to a reply given to a similar question made last February, in which it was stated that such information could not be divulged as it was “commercially sensitive”. In contrast, a spokesman for Barts in London had no issues whatsoever to disclose the number of students at their medical school in Gozo for the second time this year. While earlier this year he had said that the figure stood at 40, a few days ago he noted that this had risen to...

Watch: Rooney to wear 10 shirt, captain's armband in England farewell

Wayne Rooney will wear the number 10 shirt and captain's armband when he comes on for his final England appearance in Thursday's friendly with the United States, manager Gareth Southgate said. «The players are very keen that Wayne wears the number 1
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Watch: Rooney to wear 10 shirt, captain's armband in England farewell

Wayne Rooney will wear the number 10 shirt and captain's armband when he comes on for his final England appearance in Thursday's friendly with the United States, manager Gareth Southgate said. «The players are very keen that Wayne wears the number 10 and we believe that is a fitting tribute,» Southgate told a news conference on Wednesday. «All of our group have huge respect for Wayne and they feel that it is fitting that his last game should in the number 10,» added the England manager. Rooney, who now plays in Major League Soccer for D.C United, will start on the bench before entering the field for his 120th and final cap in the international at Wembley Stadium. Southgate did not want to fix a time in the game when Rooney would come on but said he had discussed it with the 33-year-old. «We will give him enough so that I think it is fitting... but we also want to make sure we get the balance of looking at younger players, giving them the right amount of time and making sure our preparation for Sunday is right is another priority.» England face Croatia in a Nations League match on Sunday. "But I have to say it's very important for all of us as a group that he gets a good send...

Press freedom organisations reiterate 'serious concerns' about Malta's freedom of expression

A group of international press freedom organisations have again highlighted “serious concerns” about the state of freedom of expression in Malta.In a statement issued on Wednesday, PEN International, Reporters Without Borders, the European Centre for Pres
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Press freedom organisations reiterate 'serious concerns' about Malta's freedom of expression

A group of international press freedom organisations have again highlighted “serious concerns” about the state of freedom of expression in Malta.In a statement issued on Wednesday, PEN International, Reporters Without Borders, the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom, the International Press Institute, and ARTICLE 19 said they had earlier submitted a report to the United Nations outlining their “serious concerns” on the state of freedom of expression and press freedom in the country.The United Nations reviewed Malta’s human rights record on Wednesday through its Universal Periodic Review mechanism. The review receives submissions from national governments as well as civil society organisations. “Owing to ongoing and escalating concerns with freedom of expression and the safety of journalists in Malta”, the group then published an updated report last month.Both reports, the group said, had found that freedom of expression in the country had deteriorated significantly in the lead-up to and in the aftermath of the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. Read: Press organisations call for independent inquiry into Caruana Galizia murder The group urged UN member...

UK ministers back May on Brexit but she faces battle in parliament

British Prime Minister Theresa May won the backing of her senior ministers for a draft European Union divorce deal on Wednesday, freeing her to tackle the much more perilous struggle of getting parliament to approve the agreement. More than two years after th
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UK ministers back May on Brexit but she faces battle in parliament

British Prime Minister Theresa May won the backing of her senior ministers for a draft European Union divorce deal on Wednesday, freeing her to tackle the much more perilous struggle of getting parliament to approve the agreement. More than two years after the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU in a referendum, May told reporters outside her Downing Street residence that she had won over her divided cabinet, which includes some senior Brexiteers. «The collective decision of cabinet was that the government should agree the draft withdrawal agreement and the outline political declaration,» May said outside her Downing Street residence after a five-hour cabinet meeting. «I firmly believe that the draft withdrawal agreement is the best that could be negotiated,» May said as protesters shouted anti-Brexit slogans from the end of the street. It was not immediately clear whether any ministers had resigned over the deal, which May hopes will satisfy both Brexit voters and EU supporters by ensuring close ties with the bloc after Britain leaves on March 29. But May, the weakest British leader in a generation, now faces the ordeal of trying to push her deal through a vote in the British...

GWU silent on president’s conflict

The General Workers’ Union has kept silent over news revealed by this newspaper that its president, Victor Carachi, is on the government’s payroll as one of its consultants. Questions by the Times of Malta on whether the union’s administration has been
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GWU silent on president’s conflict

The General Workers’ Union has kept silent over news revealed by this newspaper that its president, Victor Carachi, is on the government’s payroll as one of its consultants. Questions by the Times of Malta on whether the union’s administration has been made aware that its president is giving consultancy services to the government while acting as chief of the largest trade union were so far ignored. Both GWU Secretary General Josef Bugeja and Mr Carachi have so far failed to reply. Last week, Times of Malta reported that Mr Carachi has been put on the government payroll and is receiving €12,500 a year as consultant to MIMCOL, the state agency responsible for government investments. MIMCOL currently falls under the political remit of Economy Minister Chris Cardona and the nature of Mr Carachi’s role is not yet known. Considered as a moderate voice in the union, Mr Carachi has been employed as GWU president since 2008. Until then he was an employee of HSBC. In his role as GWU president, Mr Carachi is also on the board of directors of some 11 private companies owned by the GWU, including of its various commercial arms which span from the Mellieħa Bay Holiday Complex to an insurance...

Long-forgotten Einstein letter that predicted threat of anti-Semitism reemerges with ominous message

“Here are brewing economically and politically dark times,” Einstein wrote.
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Long-forgotten Einstein letter that predicted threat of anti-Semitism reemerges with ominous message

“Here are brewing economically and politically dark times,” Einstein wrote.

France strikes back against Trump, emphasizing a lack of ‘common decency’

A French government spokesman accused Trump of spewing invective on the same day the country was commemorating the victims of a major 2015 terrorist attack.
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France strikes back against Trump, emphasizing a lack of ‘common decency’

A French government spokesman accused Trump of spewing invective on the same day the country was commemorating the victims of a major 2015 terrorist attack.

He’s supposed to shape Japan’s cybersecurity. He just admitted he doesn’t use computers.

Yoshitaka Sakurada is due to work on cybersecurity ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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He’s supposed to shape Japan’s cybersecurity. He just admitted he doesn’t use computers.

Yoshitaka Sakurada is due to work on cybersecurity ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

A BBC reporter replaced his Brexit analysis with exasperated noises, and now he’s a hero

«To be quite honest, looking at things right now, I haven’t got the foggiest idea what is going to happen in the coming weeks.»
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A BBC reporter replaced his Brexit analysis with exasperated noises, and now he’s a hero

«To be quite honest, looking at things right now, I haven’t got the foggiest idea what is going to happen in the coming weeks.»

20,000 pieces of wax prints impounded for tax evasion

The Customs Division of GRA has impounded a truck loaded with about 20,000 pieces of wax prints at Gonnokrom, near Dormaa Ahenkro, for evading duty.
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20,000 pieces of wax prints impounded for tax evasion

The Customs Division of GRA has impounded a truck loaded with about 20,000 pieces of wax prints at Gonnokrom, near Dormaa Ahenkro, for evading duty.

Political leaders should live up to their trusts - Peace Council Chair

The Chairman of the National Peace Council has expressed worry about how many leaders entrusted with responsibilities of the state, appear to be negligent and derelict in their duties.
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Political leaders should live up to their trusts - Peace Council Chair

The Chairman of the National Peace Council has expressed worry about how many leaders entrusted with responsibilities of the state, appear to be negligent and derelict in their duties.

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