Daily Archives: March 21, 2019

South Sudan Spends Millions on Cars, Homes Instead of Peace

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN South Sudan’s committee overseeing the fragile transition from civil war has approved almost $185 million in spending on vehicles, food and home renovations while the country’s peace deal suffers from an alleged …

South Sudan Spends Millions on Cars, Homes Instead of Peace

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN South Sudan’s committee overseeing the fragile transition from civil war has approved almost $185 million in spending on vehicles, food and home renovations while the country’s peace deal suffers from an alleged …

Native American Chef Wins Prestigious Food Award

WASHINGTON A Native American chef has been awarded one of the food industry’s highest honors for his efforts in revitalizing traditional indigenous food systems in North America.

On Tuesday, the James Beard Foundation (JBF) announced …

Native American Chef Wins Prestigious Food Award

WASHINGTON A Native American chef has been awarded one of the food industry’s highest honors for his efforts in revitalizing traditional indigenous food systems in North America.

On Tuesday, the James Beard Foundation (JBF) announced …

Chinese Visit to Italy Seeks Closer Ties, Stirs Suspicions

MILAN At the heart of Chinese Premier Xi Jingping’s visit to Rome beginning Thursday is a key prize: A deal to make Italy the first major democracy to join China’s ambitious Belt and Road infrastructure …

Rescue, Relief Efforts Underway in Cyclone-Hit Southern Africa

The Red Cross says it its deploying two major emergency response units to the port city of Beira in Mozambique to provide services for thousands of people affected by last week’s Cyclone Idai, one of …

Rescue, Relief Efforts Underway in Cyclone-Hit Southern Africa

The Red Cross says it its deploying two major emergency response units to the port city of Beira in Mozambique to provide services for thousands of people affected by last week’s Cyclone Idai, one of …