Monthly Archives: September 2019

China Mobile International Wins the Best Enterprise Service Award at Telecoms World Middle East

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Sept. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —¬†China Mobile International Limited (CMI)’s dedication to innovation was recognized when the company won the Best Enterprise Service Award at the Telecoms World Middle East 2019 …

France Offers Conference on Sudan’s Debt if US Lifts Sanctions

PARIS – France will host a conference with Sudan’s international creditors to help Khartoum address debt issues as soon as the United States removes the country from its state-sponsored terrorism list, French President Emmanuel Macron …

International Court Orders Alleged Mali Jihadi Leader to Stand Trial

THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS – International Criminal Court judges on Monday ordered an alleged jihadi leader from Mali to stand trial on war crimes and crimes against humanity charges.

A pretrial chamber issued a confidential decision …

Oman, the UAE and Bahrain named rising stars of trade

Oman and the UAE feature in the top 10 markets that have most rapidly improved their trade growth potential over the past decade, according to new research from Standard Chartered (www.SC.com).

The Trade20 Index, which …

Ugandan Presidential Hopeful Bobi Wine Denounces Ban of ‘Red Beret’ Symbol

KAMPALA – Ugandan’s pop star and presidential hopeful Bobi Wine has denounced the government’s banning of civilian use of red berets, a symbol of his “People Power” movement that he hopes to use to oust …

Ugandan Presidential Hopeful Bobi Wine Denounces Ban of ‘Red Beret’ Symbol

KAMPALA – Ugandan’s pop star and presidential hopeful Bobi Wine has denounced the government’s banning of civilian use of red berets, a symbol of his “People Power” movement that he hopes to use to oust …

Cameroon Opens Dialogue on Separatist Violence in English-Speaking Regions

YAOUNDE – Weeklong talks on the separatist crisis facing Cameroon’s English-speaking regions opened Monday in the capital, Yaounde. President Paul Biya called for the national dialogue to resolve the crisis that has left at least …

Cameroon Opens Dialogue on Separatist Violence in English-Speaking Regions

YAOUNDE – Weeklong talks on the separatist crisis facing Cameroon’s English-speaking regions opened Monday in the capital, Yaounde. President Paul Biya called for the national dialogue to resolve the crisis that has left at least …