Monthly Archives: July 2018

Ammbr Reveals Technology For Long-Range Wireless Connectivity Up To 8 km

SINGAPORE, July 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Ammbr Foundation released details on the long-range wireless technology that will make the Ammbr mesh router capable of picking up signals from up to eight kilometers (5 miles). The Ammbr foundation intends to help connect the 4.1 billion people who don’t have Internet connections, through the implementation of […]

Japanese Gov’t, Japan World Expo 2025 Committee Beefing Up Bidding Activities to Host World Expo 2025

– Bringing Public-Private Sectors and Pokemon Together Ahead of Decision on Host Country in November – TOKYO, July 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Government of Japan and the Japan World Expo 2025 Committee (hereinafter “the Committee”) have been conducting activities at home and abroad seeking to host the World Expo 2025. From July 21, the […]

Africa Endeavor 2018 Senior Leader and Communications Symposium Commences

Cabo Verde’s Armed Forces, in partnership with U.S. Africa Command, are hosting representatives from the Economic Community of Central African States, other international and African regional organizations, and more than 30 nations from across Africa, …

World Bank Warns Some Lebanon Projects Might Be Cancelled

A senior World Bank official said Tuesday that the Lebanese economy is not doing great and urged the country’s leaders to approve some $1.1 billion worth of projects put forward by the international lender, saying otherwise they could be cancelled. Fer…

UN Struggles to Deliver Food Aid in South Sudan as Rains Cut Off Vast Areas

The U.N. World Food Program has been forced to carry out air drops of food aid across South Sudan as the rainy season makes about 70 percent of the country inaccessible, a regional head of logistics for WFP said Monday.In addition to the inaccessible t…

UN Struggles to Deliver Food Aid in South Sudan as Rains Cut Off Vast Areas

The U.N. World Food Program has been forced to carry out air drops of food aid across South Sudan as the rainy season makes about 70 percent of the country inaccessible, a regional head of logistics for WFP said Monday.In addition to the inaccessible t…

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe Denounces Party He Founded Day Before Poll

Zimbabwe’s former president, Robert Mugabe, lashed out Sunday at the political party he founded, saying he could not vote for the ruling ZANU-PF in Monday’s poll.This election is the first in 38 years without Mugabe on the ballot as head of ZANU-PF. Mu…

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe Denounces Party He Founded Day Before Poll

Zimbabwe’s former president, Robert Mugabe, lashed out Sunday at the political party he founded, saying he could not vote for the ruling ZANU-PF in Monday’s poll.This election is the first in 38 years without Mugabe on the ballot as head of ZANU-PF. Mu…

Somalia Leader Makes Historic Trip to Eritrea

Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo began an historic three-day visit to Eritrea on Saturday, where he holds talks with his counterpart in Asmara.Eritrea’s information minister announced on Friday that Somalia’s leader was invited by Eritrean P…