Category Archives: Health

Barcelona Investigators Focusing Increasingly on North African Links

ROME � A year ago, analysts were expressing confidence during a major conference in London that southern Europe would avoid the kind of large-scale Islamic terror attacks seen in northern European cities like Paris and …

ZAMBIAN VEEP SEEKS WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

LUSAKA, Zambian Vice-President Inonge Wina has expressed concerned that most programmes meant to benefit women are not bearing fruit and has reiterated the need to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation capacity to assess how the …

East Libyan Forces Report Arrest of Commander Sought by ICC

BENGHAZI, LIBYA � Security forces in eastern Libya said Thursday that they had arrested the commander of an elite forces unit who was being sought by the International Criminal Court for allegedly executing dozens of …

SPAIN RESCUES 339 MIGRANTS FROM 7 BOATS IN MEDITERRANEAN

Spain’s maritime rescue service says it has picked up 339 migrants from seven boats trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea from Morocco.

The rescue service says the migrants were taken by three maritime rescue ships …

Climate Extremes, Policy Confuse Crop Choices for Malawi Farmers

LILONGWE, MALAWI � Elias Kanyangale is ecstatic about his maize harvest. Balancing on a homemade ladder, the farmer retrieves cobs from a full granary, the bounty of this year’s good rains, which broke three years …

President Faure sends congratulatory message to reelected Rwandan President following victory

Following the victoryof H.E. President Paul Kagame in the Republic of Rwanda#39;s General election, President Danny Faure has sent a congratulatory message on behalf of the Government and people of the Republic of Seychelles.

In …

Rwanda Votes in Presidential Election

KIGALI � Rwandans voted Friday in a presidential election widely expected to give President Paul Kagame a third term in office.

We need a good leader in our country now to continue to secure the …

ZAMBIAN GOVT PAYS CONTRACTORS 4.2 BILLION KWACHA

JOHANNESBURG, Zambian Finance Minister Felix Mutati says the government has paid more than 4.2 billion Kwacha (about 466.2 million US dollars) which it owed its contractors and suppliers of goods and services in order to …

GHANA:EPIDEMIC OF TRAUMA AND INJURY EXERT UNEQUAL FORCE ON AFRICA

ACCRA� The epidemic of trauma and resultant injury is continuing to exert its unequalled force on the African Continent.

The volume of acutely ill and injured is an ever increasing issue, affecting mostly the youth …