Monthly Archives: September 2018

Mozambique:State to Begin Paying Its Suppliers, Says PM

[AIM] Maputo -Lichinga (Mozambique), 30 Sep (AIM) – Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario announced on Saturday that the government, as from next week, will start paying its debts to the companies that have provided the state with goods… Continue reading

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Nigeria:Workers’ Union Calls Off Strike

[Daily Trust] The organized labour on Sunday called off the strike action it declared last Wednesday after the expiration of 14-day ultimatum for government to reconvene the meeting of the tripartite national minimum wage committee. Continue reading

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un gives dogs to South Korean president

A pair of North Korean hunting dogs are the latest symbol of a dramatic thaw on the Korean peninsula. The canines brought their own food supplies to help them adapt to their new life in a presidential palace. Continue reading

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In Catalonia’s Val d’Aran, nobody wants independence

Spain’s Val d’Aran has a strong regional identity. The people who live in this out-of-the-way valley aren’t fond of Barcelona’s independence movement. And if push comes to shove, they may opt to leave Catalonia. Continue reading

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Foreign Minister Heiko Maas mourns victims of Nazi massacre in Italy

In September 1944, Nazi soldiers murdered more than 770 people in the Italian village of Marzabotto. Foreign Minister Heiko Maas attended a commemoration to mourn the victims and express shame. Continue reading

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Aquarius migrants reach Malta after EU members’ agreement

After spending days on the rescue ship Aquarius, a group of 58 migrants was transferred to Maltese patrol boat and taken on the island. The charity-run ship is keeping out of port after losing its Panama registration. Continue reading

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Aquarius migrants reach Malta after EU members’ agreement

After spending days on the rescue ship Aquarius, a group of 58 migrants was transferred to Maltese patrol boat and taken on the island. The charity-run ship is keeping out of port after losing its Panama registration. Continue reading

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EU, UN vow to fight violence against women

The European Union and the United Nations have launched a major initiative to combat violence against women in Latin America. An average of 12 women are killed each day in the region, just for being female. Continue reading

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EU, UN vow to fight violence against women

The European Union and the United Nations have launched a major initiative to combat violence against women in Latin America. An average of 12 women are killed each day in the region, just for being female. Continue reading

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EU, UN vow to fight violence against women

The European Union and the United Nations have launched a major initiative to combat violence against women in Latin America. An average of 12 women are killed each day in the region, just for being female. Continue reading

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