Daily Archives: July 3, 2019

Zoomlion Launches All-round Africa Plan to Boost China-Africa Agricultural Cooperation

CHANGSHA, China, July 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The First China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo, with the theme of “Win-win Cooperation for China-Africa Economic and Trade Partnership,” opened in Changsha, Hunan Province on June 27. More …

UN Commission Warns of New Burundi Political Crisis in 2020

GENEVA – A U.N. commission on Burundi says the country is poised for another political crisis when it holds elections next year. The three-member commission of inquiry says the ruling party is trying to harass …

Sudan Protesters Agree to Direct Talks with Ruling Generals

KHARTOUM – Sudan’s protest leaders Wednesday agreed to hold direct talks with the country’s ruling generals after African Union and Ethiopian mediators called on the two sides to resume stalled negotiations to form a new …

Sudan Protesters Agree to Direct Talks with Ruling Generals

KHARTOUM – Sudan’s protest leaders Wednesday agreed to hold direct talks with the country’s ruling generals after African Union and Ethiopian mediators called on the two sides to resume stalled negotiations to form a new …

Lunar and solar eclipses make animals do strange things

For most animals, the structure of their day � and indeed their year � depends on the light-dark cycle. These regular and rhythmic cycles in the length of days tell animals when they should be …

Death Toll Climbs in Libya Bombing

TRIPOLI – The United Nations says at least 44 people were killed and more than 130 wounded in the airstrike late Tuesday that hit a migrant detention camp outside the Libyan capital.

Dr. Hussein Yunis …

Death Toll Climbs in Libya Bombing

TRIPOLI – The United Nations says at least 44 people were killed and more than 130 wounded in the airstrike late Tuesday that hit a migrant detention camp outside the Libyan capital.

Dr. Hussein Yunis …

Rights Groups Sound Alarm on Kenya Police Killings

NAIROBI – Police in Kenya have often been accused of using excessive and unlawful force while in the line of duty. A new report published Wednesday by Human Rights Watch finds that police were involved …

Rights Groups Sound Alarm on Kenya Police Killings

NAIROBI – Police in Kenya have often been accused of using excessive and unlawful force while in the line of duty. A new report published Wednesday by Human Rights Watch finds that police were involved …