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Siemens CEO Kaeser asks Trump for equal treatment in Mideast

Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser said he was seeing a more positive mood among the German engineering company's clients at the start of the year, he told CNBC on Thursday.
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Siemens CEO Kaeser asks Trump for equal treatment in Mideast

Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser said he was seeing a more positive mood among the German engineering company's clients at the start of the year, he told CNBC on Thursday.

Boeing's new CEO orders rethink on key jetliner project

Boeing Co's new chief executive has sent the aerospace giant back to the drawing board on proposals for a new mid-market aircraft, effectively shelving in their current form plans worth US$15 billion-US$20 billion that had been overtaken by the 737 MAX crisis
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Boeing's new CEO orders rethink on key jetliner project

Boeing Co's new chief executive has sent the aerospace giant back to the drawing board on proposals for a new mid-market aircraft, effectively shelving in their current form plans worth US$15 billion-US$20 billion that had been overtaken by the 737 MAX crisis.

Earth Today | A good year for the Adaptation Fund

THE ADAPTATION Fund, from which Jamaica has benefitted in its climate change resilience-building efforts, enjoyed a successful 2019, which concluded on a positive note with a record 11 contributors raising nearly US$90 million in new pledges for...
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Earth Today | A good year for the Adaptation Fund

THE ADAPTATION Fund, from which Jamaica has benefitted in its climate change resilience-building efforts, enjoyed a successful 2019, which concluded on a positive note with a record 11 contributors raising nearly US$90 million in new pledges for...

Earth Today | 85,000 seedlings, 57 hectares and counting

MORE THAN 85,000 seedlings have been distributed and 57 hectares planted in forest estates across the island over the last three months. This is thanks to the Government of Jamaica’s ‘Three Million Trees in Three Years’ national tree-planting...
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Earth Today | 85,000 seedlings, 57 hectares and counting

MORE THAN 85,000 seedlings have been distributed and 57 hectares planted in forest estates across the island over the last three months. This is thanks to the Government of Jamaica’s ‘Three Million Trees in Three Years’ national tree-planting...

Enhanced Misk-Qiddiya internship program commences second intake 

Author: Thu, 2020-01-23 02:48 RIYADH: Sixteen interns were welcomed to the Qiddiya Investment Company’s (QIC) offices this week, at the start of the second internship program between Qiddiya and the Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz Founda
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Enhanced Misk-Qiddiya internship program commences second intake 

Author: Thu, 2020-01-23 02:48 RIYADH: Sixteen interns were welcomed to the Qiddiya Investment Company’s (QIC) offices this week, at the start of the second internship program between Qiddiya and the Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz Foundation (Misk). The Misk-Qiddiya internship program was developed to create the Saudi workforce of the future, helping to bridge the current gap between education and employment. Building on the success of the previous year’s internships, the newly implemented initiative will last 28 weeks, with the goal of offering full-time positions. “Qiddiya is committed to training the Kingdom’s next generation and future leaders through a growing range of scholarships and internships that unlock new professional pathways,” said QIC’s CEO Mike Reininger. “Training young talent is an essential part of our plan to employ 25,000 people by 2030, benefiting from listening to fresh ideas generated by young Saudi talent.” Throughout the next seven months, each intern will be mentored by an executive director from QIC to assist in day-to-day tasks, learn new skills and receive valuable practical experience. The internship will also feature enrichment programs such as professional training and courses, in addition to industry visits to leading companies within Riyadh including Samsung.  Interns will also compete around the development of a project to win a weekend trip abroad with their family. Testing their creativity and business acumen, each student will be asked to solve an individual challenge currently facing Qiddiya and present their ideas to a panel of judges. Intern Hessa Al-Qassim said: “I’m very excited about the opportunity to work for one of the largest projects in the Kingdom which supports the Vision 2030.” “Qiddiya is helping young Saudis to fulfill their potential and be part of the Kingdom’s 2030 Vision,” added fellow intern Khalid Aldowayan. “We have a chance to help develop the entertainment sector right here in our homeland.” Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaMISKQiddiya Misk Art reopens Riyadh’s largest fine arts galleryQiddiya announces early readiness of new offices complex

DiplomaticQuarter: Pakistani expats see Saudi Arabia as ‘second home,’ envoy tells Tabuk governor

Thu, 2020-01-23 02:58 RIYADH: Pakistani expats considered Saudi Arabia to be “their second home” the south Asian country’s ambassador to the Kingdom has revealed. Raja Ali Ejaz was speaking on Monday during a meeting with Tabuk Gov. Prince Fahd bin
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DiplomaticQuarter: Pakistani expats see Saudi Arabia as ‘second home,’ envoy tells Tabuk governor

Thu, 2020-01-23 02:58 RIYADH: Pakistani expats considered Saudi Arabia to be “their second home” the south Asian country’s ambassador to the Kingdom has revealed. Raja Ali Ejaz was speaking on Monday during a meeting with Tabuk Gov. Prince Fahd bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, during which they discussed matters of mutual interest. Conveying his thanks to King Salman and the governor for the honor and respect shown toward the Pakistani community living in the Kingdom and Tabuk region, the envoy said: “Pakistani expatriates consider the Kingdom as their second home.” Pakistan Embassy officials told Arab News that during his visit to the region, Ejaz met with members of the Pakistani expat community, assuring them of embassy support and urging them to abide by local laws and regulations. “You are the ambassadors of Pakistan in Saudi Arabia and your contributions in the development of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are valued by both countries,” he said. The ambassador added that long-standing relations between the two countries had “stood the test of time” and were “getting stronger with every passing day.” During their get-together, Prince Fahd noted Saudi Arabia’s appreciation of the contributions made by Pakistanis toward economic development in the Kingdom and the Tabuk region in particular. The governor also acknowledged the significance of Pakistan’s religious and cultural ties with the Kingdom. Earlier, commenting on Saudi-Pakistan relations, Ejaz told Arab News that bilateral links between the two countries remained strong. “We have more than 2.2 million Pakistanis in the Kingdom. Pakistan’s prime minister has visited Saudi Arabia four times in less than a year and the Saudi crown prince also paid a visit to Pakistan last year which shows the strength of our cordial relations.” The envoy and his accompanying delegation also visited Tabuk regional museum where they toured its various exhibits. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaDiplomaticQuarter DiplomaticQuarter: Saudi minister receives outgoing British envoy to RiyadhDiplomaticQuarter: Outgoing Sri Lankan envoy calls on Saudi officials

KSRelief launches prosthetics' center in Taiz

Author: Thu, 2020-01-23 06:29 TAIZ: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) on Wednesday launched an artificial limb center in Taiz, Yemen, providing high-quality prosthetics for up to 600 patients. Abdulqawi Al-Mikhlafi, who i
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KSRelief launches prosthetics' center in Taiz

Author: Thu, 2020-01-23 06:29 TAIZ: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) on Wednesday launched an artificial limb center in Taiz, Yemen, providing high-quality prosthetics for up to 600 patients. Abdulqawi Al-Mikhlafi, who is the deputy governor of Taiz, expressed his appreciation for the Kingdom’s generous support to Yemen across all sectors over the past few years, particularly in the areas of health, the environment and development. Al-Mikhlafi said such efforts helped local authorities to deal with the many challenges they faced in providing comprehensive services to needy Yemenis. He added that the Kingdom’s support reflected the deep historical and cultural ties between the people of Yemen and Saudi Arabia, and he praised the Kingdom for standing by the country and its government for more than 50 years. Dr. Elan Abdul Haq, deputy governor of Taiz for health affairs, thanked KSRelief for its continued support for Taiz and Yemen, assistance he said had alleviated the suffering of millions of Yemenis during the ongoing conflict. The head of the Artificial Limbs Center, Mansour Al-Wazei, announced that the center would begin receiving patients soon, providing vital aid to amputees for whom prosthetics meant regaining the ability to live full and productive lives.   Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaYemenKing Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) KSRelief chief: Saudi Arabia largest donor to Sudan with $1.2bn aid

Boeing CEO expects to resume 737 MAX production before mid-year

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Boeing Chief Executive Dave Calhoun told reporters on Wednesday the U.S. planemaker expects to resume 737 MAX production months before its forecasted mid-year return to service and said it did not plan to suspend or cut its divi
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Boeing CEO expects to resume 737 MAX production before mid-year

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Boeing Chief Executive Dave Calhoun told reporters on Wednesday the U.S. planemaker expects to resume 737 MAX production months before its forecasted mid-year return to service and said it did not plan to suspend or cut its dividend.

Somalia: Sudan and Somalia Discuss Investment Opportunities

The Somali delegation participating in the opening of the 37th session of Khartoum International Fair discussed the investment economic and commercial opportunities in the Sudan.
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Somalia: Sudan and Somalia Discuss Investment Opportunities

The Somali delegation participating in the opening of the 37th session of Khartoum International Fair discussed the investment economic and commercial opportunities in the Sudan.

KDF troops leave Somalia after completion of tour of duty

A contingent of Kenya Defense Forces troops on Tuesday left Somalia after completion of their one year tour of duty in Kismayo before another group was dispatched at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to replace them.
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KDF troops leave Somalia after completion of tour of duty

A contingent of Kenya Defense Forces troops on Tuesday left Somalia after completion of their one year tour of duty in Kismayo before another group was dispatched at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to replace them.

Business community hails Jackie Minott

Members of the Manchester business community are remembering the late John O. ‘Jackie’ Minott as a forthright and honest man whose word was better than anything written on paper. Minott was the driving force behind the Jamaica Standard Products (...
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Business community hails Jackie Minott

Members of the Manchester business community are remembering the late John O. ‘Jackie’ Minott as a forthright and honest man whose word was better than anything written on paper. Minott was the driving force behind the Jamaica Standard Products (...

Jamaica praised for economic recovery

PORT-OF-SPAIN: The Jamaica Government has been lauded for the island’s economic recovery, describing its fiscal performance as an example to other Caribbean nations facing economic hardship, an official of the United Nations Economic Commission for...
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Jamaica praised for economic recovery

PORT-OF-SPAIN: The Jamaica Government has been lauded for the island’s economic recovery, describing its fiscal performance as an example to other Caribbean nations facing economic hardship, an official of the United Nations Economic Commission for...

Judge: I’ve witnessed library romance, smoking

WESTERN BUREAU: A High Court judge yesterday sharply criticised the police’s failure to stop romantic liaisons between children on the grounds of the St James Parish Library, which sits across from the St James Parish Court in downtown Montego Bay...
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Judge: I’ve witnessed library romance, smoking

WESTERN BUREAU: A High Court judge yesterday sharply criticised the police’s failure to stop romantic liaisons between children on the grounds of the St James Parish Library, which sits across from the St James Parish Court in downtown Montego Bay...

A good year for the Adaptation Fund

THE ADAPTATION Fund, from which Jamaica has benefitted in its climate change resilience-building efforts, enjoyed a successful 2019, which concluded on a positive note with a record 11 contributors raising nearly US$90 million in new pledges for...
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A good year for the Adaptation Fund

THE ADAPTATION Fund, from which Jamaica has benefitted in its climate change resilience-building efforts, enjoyed a successful 2019, which concluded on a positive note with a record 11 contributors raising nearly US$90 million in new pledges for...

85,000 seedlings, 57 hectares and counting

MORE THAN 85,000 seedlings have been distributed and 57 hectares planted in forest estates across the island over the last three months. This is thanks to the Government of Jamaica’s ‘Three Million Trees in Three Years’ national tree-planting...
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85,000 seedlings, 57 hectares and counting

MORE THAN 85,000 seedlings have been distributed and 57 hectares planted in forest estates across the island over the last three months. This is thanks to the Government of Jamaica’s ‘Three Million Trees in Three Years’ national tree-planting...

Dozens killed in tribal attacks in disputed Abyei area

January 22, 2020 (KHARTOUM) - More than twenty people were killed in the disputed area of Abyei after tribal attacks by Misseriya armed men on a Dinka Ngok village, according to the UN peacekeeping mission (UNISFA) and local leaders. «19 people are rep
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Dozens killed in tribal attacks in disputed Abyei area

January 22, 2020 (KHARTOUM) - More than twenty people were killed in the disputed area of Abyei after tribal attacks by Misseriya armed men on a Dinka Ngok village, according to the UN peacekeeping mission (UNISFA) and local leaders. «19 people are reportedly dead and 25 wounded while three children are reportedly missing and 19 houses burnt from the Dinka community,» said UNISFA on Wednesday. The Mission Spokesman Daniel Adekera told Sudan Tribune that the two sides had already clashed (...) - News / FRONT_PAGE_DISPLAY

SPLM-IO official rubbishes South Africa's proposal on South Sudan states' issue

January 22, 2020 (ADDIS ABABA) - The Deputy Representative of South Sudan armed opposition movement (SPLM IO) in Tanzania, Ambassador Peter O. Kleto Aharanya, has criticized the Deputy President of South Africa David Mabuza's proposal to refer the issue of th
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SPLM-IO official rubbishes South Africa's proposal on South Sudan states' issue

January 22, 2020 (ADDIS ABABA) - The Deputy Representative of South Sudan armed opposition movement (SPLM IO) in Tanzania, Ambassador Peter O. Kleto Aharanya, has criticized the Deputy President of South Africa David Mabuza's proposal to refer the issue of the number of states and their boundaries to the court of Arbitration. David Mabuza, the Deputy President of South Africa after failing to have the parties agree to the number of states propose to refer the matter to the African Court on (...) - News

Come and create wealth in Malawi, President Mutharika beckons UK investors

Malawi is an African destination that can benefit investors to have quick returns and contribute to wealth creation, President Peter Mutharika has told United Kingdom business gurus. President Mutharika was speaking at the UK-Malawi Investment Forum organize
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Come and create wealth in Malawi, President Mutharika beckons UK investors

Malawi is an African destination that can benefit investors to have quick returns and contribute to wealth creation, President Peter Mutharika has told United Kingdom business gurus. President Mutharika was speaking at the UK-Malawi Investment Forum organized by the Malawi High Commission in the UK and the Invest Africa which was funded by firm Hogan […] The post Come and create wealth in Malawi, President Mutharika beckons UK investors appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

Court quashes warrant which led to arrest of Mpinganjira: ACB says ‘strange legal practice’

A Magistrate Court in Zomba on Wednesday late night quashed an arrest warrant obtained by Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB)  from Lilongwe Magistrate Court against prominent businessman Thomson Mpinganjira, owner of FDH Bank over allegations he tried to bribe ju
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Court quashes warrant which led to arrest of Mpinganjira: ACB says ‘strange legal practice’

A Magistrate Court in Zomba on Wednesday late night quashed an arrest warrant obtained by Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB)  from Lilongwe Magistrate Court against prominent businessman Thomson Mpinganjira, owner of FDH Bank over allegations he tried to bribe judges hearing a legal challenge to the re-election of President Peter Mutharika. Mpinganjira, through his lawyer Frank Mbeta sought […] The post Court quashes warrant which led to arrest of Mpinganjira: ACB says ‘strange legal practice’ appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

Khuda completes move to South Africa club at K15m

South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) outfit Polokwane  City have completed the signing of in-form striker Khuda Muyaba from Silver Strikers FC on a four-year deal for a fee of about K15 million. The deal was completed on Wednesday after trials for two d
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Khuda completes move to South Africa club at K15m

South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) outfit Polokwane  City have completed the signing of in-form striker Khuda Muyaba from Silver Strikers FC on a four-year deal for a fee of about K15 million. The deal was completed on Wednesday after trials for two days which he impressed and he underwent his medical. The Central Bankers […] The post Khuda completes move to South Africa club at K15m appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

Three jailed for life in jail over murder trial

The High Court of Malawi sitting in Mchinji  has sentenced three men to life imprisonment each for murder in three separate cases. The three, Christopher Phakeni, 25, Steven Lameck Zulu, 29, and Nelson Khakhiwa, y5, were trued separately on murder crimes com
Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

Three jailed for life in jail over murder trial

The High Court of Malawi sitting in Mchinji  has sentenced three men to life imprisonment each for murder in three separate cases. The three, Christopher Phakeni, 25, Steven Lameck Zulu, 29, and Nelson Khakhiwa, y5, were trued separately on murder crimes committed in 2014, 2016 and 2017 respectively. However, the presiding Judge Esmie Chombo handed […] The post Three jailed for life in jail over murder trial appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

India will always remain grateful to Subhas Chandra Bose: PM

«On 23rd January 1897, Janakinath Bose wrote in his diary, 'A son was born at midday.' This son became a valorous freedom fighter and thinker who devoted his life towards one great cause- India's freedom,» Modi said referring to Bose, popularly ca
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India will always remain grateful to Subhas Chandra Bose: PM

«On 23rd January 1897, Janakinath Bose wrote in his diary, 'A son was born at midday.' This son became a valorous freedom fighter and thinker who devoted his life towards one great cause- India's freedom,» Modi said referring to Bose, popularly called Netaji.

Lebanon PM says new cabinet faces 'catastrophe' as demos persist

Lebanon faces a «catastrophe», Prime Minister Hassan Diab said Wednesday after his newly unveiled cabinet held its first meeting to tackle the twin challenges of a tenacious protest movement and a nosediving economy. Diab, the successor to Saad H
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Lebanon PM says new cabinet faces 'catastrophe' as demos persist

Lebanon faces a «catastrophe», Prime Minister Hassan Diab said Wednesday after his newly unveiled cabinet held its first meeting to tackle the twin challenges of a tenacious protest movement and a nosediving economy. Diab, the successor to Saad Hariri who quit as prime minister in late October, vowed to meet demands from the street but demonstrators were unconvinced. Renewed clashes broke out near parliament in downtown Beirut between protesters hurling stones and fire crackers and police firing water cannons and tear gas, an AFP correspondent said. The Lebanese Red Cross said least 22 people were injured, seven of them hospitalised. Diab, a 61-year-old academic, was thrown in at the deep end for his first experience on the political big stage and admitted that the situation he inherited was desperate. «Today we are in a financial, economic and social dead end,» he said in remarks read by a government official after the new cabinet's inaugural meeting in Beirut. «We are facing a catastrophe.» Western sanctions on the Iranian-backed organisation are stacking up and economists have said the new government might struggle to secure sorely-needed aid. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appealed for the new government to enact serious reforms to tackle the twin challenges of a collapsing economy and angry street protests. «Only a government that is capable of and committed to undertaking real and tangible reforms will restore investor confidence and unlock international assistance for Lebanon,» he added. French President Emmanuel Macron said he would «do everything, during this deep crisis that they are going through, to help». - Technocratic? - The powerful Hezbollah movement and its allies dominated the talks that produced the new line-up, which Hariri and some of his allies have opted to shun. The multi-millionaire tycoon was one of the symbols of the kind of hereditary and sectarian-driven politics that demonstrators, in the streets since mid-October, want to end. He and his government resigned less than two weeks into the non-sectarian protest movement demanding a complete overhaul of the political system and celebrating the emergence of a new national civic identity. Protesters from across Lebanon's geographical and confessional divides had demanded a cabinet of independent technocrats as a first step to root out endemic government corruption and incompetence. «This is a government that represents the aspirations of the demonstrators who have been mobilised nationwide for more than three months,» Diab said. Yet the horsetrading between traditional political factions during lengthy government formation talks was all too familiar to many Lebanese who met the breakthrough with distrust at best. «Instead of the corrupt politicians, we got the corrupt politicians' friends,» said Ahmad Zaid, a 21-year-old student who joined protesters in central Beirut after the announcement. - Near bankrupt - The new cabinet is mostly made up of new faces, many of them academics and former ministry advisers. It comprises 20 ministers and among its six women is Zeina Akar, Lebanon's first-ever female defence minister. To downsize the cabinet, some portfolios were merged, resulting in at times baffling combinations such as a single ministry for culture and agriculture. Anger at what protesters see as a kleptocratic oligarchy was initially fuelled by youth unemployment that stands at more than 30 percent and the abysmal delivery of public services such as water and electricity. The long-brewing discontent was compounded by fears of a total economic collapse in recent weeks, with a liquidity crunch pushing banks to impose crippling capital controls. Lebanon has one of the world's highest debt-to-GDP ratios and economists have said it is hard to see how the near-bankrupt country could repay its creditors. A looming default on Lebanon's debt, which has been steadily downgraded deeper into junk status by ratings agencies, has sent its currency plunging on the parallel exchange market. In a country where many transactions are carried out in dollars and most goods are imported, consumers and businesses alike have been hit hard by the national currency's free-fall. Every morning, queues of people hoping to withdraw their weekly cap of $100 or $200 form outside banks. © Agence France-Presse

The Top 5 most-read Seychelles News Agency articles of 2019

As the news begins its charge into 2020, SNA looks back at the five most-read articles of 2019. The entire SNA team thanks all of our readers in our great island nation as well as newshounds from around the globe. We hope you will keep following news and sun
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The Top 5 most-read Seychelles News Agency articles of 2019

As the news begins its charge into 2020, SNA looks back at the five most-read articles of 2019. The entire SNA team thanks all of our readers in our great island nation as well as newshounds from around the globe. We hope you will keep following news and sunny feature stories from Seychelles!   5. Seychelles' authorities view Somaliland's early release of 19 convicted pirates as breach of deal Seychelles condemned the early release of 19 convicted pirates who were sentenced in the island nation and transferred to Somalia to complete their sentences. Somaliland authorities in August 2019 released the convicts, who were sentenced in Seychelles to serve 30, 36 and 42 years in prison for piracy. Link: Readers: 32,471 (Rassin Vannier, Seychelles News Agency) Photo License: CC-BY    4. Opposition leader of Seychelles gearing up for presidential run next year As Seychelles gets ready for a presidential election in 2020, SNA started seeking the views of the island nation's political leaders. The first interview was with the opposition leader in the National Assembly, Wavel Ramkalawan, who announced his intention to be a candidate in the election in 2020. Link: Readers: 32,736 (Rassin Vannier, Seychelles News Agency) Photo License: CC-BY    3. Interview: Outgoing Indian High Commissioner oversaw construction projects, presidential visit in Seychelles SNA met with Ausaf Sayeed to look at his achievements during his tenure as Indian High Commissioner to Seychelles as he bid adieu to the island nation after working for two years. Sayeed was accredited in February 2017, and during his mandate, Seychelles and India have collaborated in numerous fields. Link: Readers: 33,563 (Jude Morel) Photo License: CC-BY    2. Conversation with Alexia Amesbury, a human rights crusader in Seychelles SNA caught up with Amesbury to learn more about Seychellois lawyer and politician Alexia Amesbury who applied for a post on the now set-up Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Committee. Amesbury was the first Seychellois woman to contest a presidential election in Seychelles in 2015 after setting up the Seychelles Party for Social Justice and Democracy (SPSD). She later joined the Linyon Demokratik Seselwa (LDS) in a coalition to contest for the National Assembly election in 2016, where the opposition won the majority of seats. Link Readers: 40,483 (Rassin Vannier, Seychelles News Agency) Photo License: CC-BY    1. A Seychellois who moved to Paris finds great comfort in volunteering Preshella Rosalie, who migrated to France in 2004, is making an impact on her community. Married for 17 years now with a child, volunteerism and helping others has always been her calling and Rosalie does it on a daily basis. Rosalie discovered that volunteering proved to be a great way to settle into a new community, meet people, and learn valuable skills. Link Readers: 42,172 (Preshella Rosalie) Photo License: CC-BY  

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