Daily Archives: April 4, 2019

NetDragon Signs Digital Education MOU with Russia’s Global Rus Trade at BRICS Business Council Midterm Meeting

JOHANNESBURG, April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — NetDragon Websoft Holdings Limited (HKSE: 0777) (NetDragon), a global leader in building internet communities, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on digital education with the leading Russian B2B-platform for …

Varian Opens Office in South Africa to Support Regional Growth

PALO ALTO, California, April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — At a grand opening ceremony held March 8th, the Varian office in Hertford Office Park, Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa was officially inaugurated. Prior to the opening of …

Uganda: Kidnapped US Tourist Did Not Take Armed Guard

KAMPALA, UGANDA An American woman who was kidnapped with her driver at Uganda’s most popular wildlife park by gunmen had failed to take an armed ranger as required by the park’s regulations, a spokesman for …

UN Urges International Community to Invest in Mali’s Humanitarian Needs

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs warns the security situation in Mali will continue to spiral downward unless the international community invests more heavily in addressing the humanitarian crisis that …

Boeing Admits Faulty Sensor May Have Caused Deadly Ethiopian Airlines Crash

Boeing admitted Thursday that a faulty sensor in its anti-stall system played a part in last month’s deadly Ethiopian plane crash.

Ethiopian investigators released their preliminary report into the disaster that killed 157 people, saying …

Zimbabwe policies hitting poor hardest, say UN rights experts

GENEVA Government policies in Zimbabwe are worsening the country’s economic crisis, causing immense hardship to those less well-off, and crushing the human rights of those who dare complain, a group of UN experts* has warned.…

Zimbabwe policies hitting poor hardest, say UN rights experts

GENEVA Government policies in Zimbabwe are worsening the country’s economic crisis, causing immense hardship to those less well-off, and crushing the human rights of those who dare complain, a group of UN experts* has warned.…

Family Worried Ethiopian Woman Detained in China Faces Death Penalty

Friends and family are fearing for the life of a 28-year-old Ethiopian woman who has spent more than three months in a Chinese prison on drug charges.

In December, Nazrawit Abera, a civil engineer, flew …

Family Worried Ethiopian Woman Detained in China Faces Death Penalty

Friends and family are fearing for the life of a 28-year-old Ethiopian woman who has spent more than three months in a Chinese prison on drug charges.

In December, Nazrawit Abera, a civil engineer, flew …