Daily Archives: October 23, 2019

Become a K-pop idol with 5G

BEIJING, Oct. 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — A news and video report by China.org.cn on the “5G is on: Become a K-pop idol with 5G” in Seoul, South Korea:

South Korea is well known for its …

“Africa Link Union (ALU)” provides news services to more African media outlets

CASABLANCA, Morocco, Oct. 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — CCTV Video News Agency (CCTV+) signed agreements with three more African media outlets on October 21, to provide them news services under the framework of “Africa Link Union …

Joint Communique on U.S.-Morocco Strategic Dialogue

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo and Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccan Expatriates Nasser Bourita met today at the State Department and reviewed the close and productive partnership between the United States …

Polls Close in Botswana’s General Election

Voters in Botswana continued to line up late Wednesday to cast their ballots even after the polling stations had closed.

Independent Electoral Commission said the voters who managed to make it inside the polling places …

First Committee Debates Global Divisions between Nuclear ‘Haves and HaveNots’, with Some Delegates Calling for Action on Deteriorating Security Landscape

Nuclearweapon States disagreed today on who bears responsibility for a deteriorating global security environment, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) concluded its thematic debate on nuclear weapons against the backdrop of an impasse …

Protests in Ethiopia’s Oromia Region Call Security into Question

More than 1,000 supporters gathered around the Addis Ababa home of Jawar Mohammed, media entrepreneur and political activist, after he reported his governmentprovided security detail was asked by police to leave his home in the …

Abuses in Nigerian Islamic Schools Spark Regulation Demands

MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA Nearly 1,000 people have been freed in the past month from Islamic schools in northern Nigeria where they reportedly experienced abuse.

In one such case, police sources said hundreds of men and boys …

South Africa deports thousands of illegal immigrants, Parliament told

CAPE TOWN, South Africa has deported thousands of illegal immigrants in recent months following a new spate of xenophobic attacks, the country’s parliament said.

The parliament revealed the information after a meeting was convened by …