Societe Generale has agreed to pay $1.34 billion to US federal and state authorities to settle a pending legal dispute over violations of US trade sanctions against Iran and other countries. Read Full Article at RT.com
South Africa’s economic recovery faces serious constraints, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which pointed to land reform, growing debt of state firms, and capital outflows as obstacles for growth. Read Full Article at RT.com
Just what do even Ferrari-owning Singaporeans cannot resist owning as well? Crystal cognac glasses, it seems. A screenshot is circulating online that purportedly shows an email from the Ferrari Owners' Club Singapore (FOCS) to its members seeking the whereabouts of «more than 50… Louis XIII glasses» after an event with Louis XIII, a premium cognac brand produced by Remy Martin, last Saturday (Nov 17).
Blink and you might miss it: an extraordinary 13-year-old Chinese boy has broken the world record for most Double Dutch jumps in 30 seconds in a mesmerizing display of agility and conditioning. Read Full Article at RT.com
Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani said on Monday that the country will continue to export oil despite fresh US sanctions, which he described as “psychological war doomed to failure.” Read Full Article at RT.com
"The Congress people are hurling abuses at chaiwalas, pakodawalas, chowkidars, surgical strike, Army chief...what has become of their culture? he asked while addressing a rally in Chhindwara.
Viewers can also enjoy acclaimed Singapore films It's A Great, Great World and Pop Aye as Channel 5 launches new local showcase.
Technology firms led a sell-off across Asian markets Tuesday on fresh concerns about demand for Apple's iPhones, while Japanese car giant Nissan and Mitsubishi plunged on news chairman Carlos Ghosn had been arrested over alleged financial misconduct.
Philippine opposition senators have demanded President Rodrigo Duterte reveal details of joint energy exploration plans with China, warning such a deal risked affirming Chinese territorial claims that are not recognised under international law.
Tanzanians are spending more on importing goods and services as the shilling continues to depreciate against the dollar.
Tanzania designed the Primary Education Development Programme (PEDP) in 1999 for the purpose of attaining global development goals, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Saudi King Salman stood by the crown prince and heaped praise on the judiciary Monday, in his first public remarks since critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder tipped the country into one of its worst crises.
The Australian High Commission today warned Sri Lankans not to be fooled by false advertising through social media or by people smugglers that it was possible to get to Australia illegally by boat.
The Congress has been out of power in this vast state with about 5 crore voters since 2003 when it was ousted by the BJP. The grand-old party is making its all-out efforts to wrest control of the state from the BJP and has mounted an aggressive campaign for the November 28 elections for 230 assembly seats.
Anthony Davis scored 29 points to lead four New Orleans players with more than 20 points as the host Pelicans routed the San Antonio Spurs 140-126 on Monday night.
Tobias Harris and Montrezl Harrell combined to score 49 points and lead the visiting Los Angeles Clippers to their fifth straight win, a 127-119 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Monday.
UFC made a major play for the potentially huge Chinese market on Tuesday, saying it will invest $13 million to open the world's largest MMA training and development base in Shanghai.
Malawi’s integrated ICT company Telekom Networks Malawi PLC today joined the Kamuzu College of Nursing Students on a drive to improve sanitation at the Gogo Chatinkha Labour ward, at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre... The post TNM donates K2m items to Gogo Chatinkha Labour ward at Queens Hospital appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
In its first phase in the campaign to fight malaria, World Vision Malawi has distributed 8.2 million mosquito nets in the distribution of long lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN) in the country’s 28 districts. World Vision’s... The post World Vision Malawi distributes 8.2 million mosquito nets appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Malawi national team coach Ronny van Geneugden’s (RVG) has played down a sustained push for his resignation, saying he is satisfied with the progress he has made with the Flames. There have been renewed calls for... The post RVG brushes off resignation calls: Belgian coach says Malawi team ‘on right track’ appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Former First Lady Shanil Dzimbiri, who is Balaka West legislator (independent) who used to occupy a section reserved for independent MPs on the government side of the House, has asked to move to opposition benches.... The post MPs in UTM relocate in Parliament. Shanil, Kaliati, Nyalonje get new seats appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Tiyanjane Frank, 21 said he regrets to have sold his voter registration certificate after Balaka First Grade Magistrate court on Monday convicted convicted him snd sentenced to three years Imprisonment with Hard Labour. The offence... The post Man sentenced to 3 years in prison for selling voter certificate appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi.
Tokyo stocks dropped on Tuesday with shares in Nissan diving more than five percent and Mitsubishi also plunging after chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested over allegations of financial misconduct.
On November 11, the DPR held the elections of the republic’s head
According to official data, Russian-Kyrgyz trade stood at roughly $1.6 bln last year, up a third from the 2016 level
The chief of the Black Sea Navy Fleet's press service recalled that it is the second time that the frigates Admiral Makarov and Admiral Essen had held drills in the Mediterranean Sea this year