Daily Archives: November 18, 2019

Elin Group passe une commande ferme auprès de De Havilland Canada portant sur l’achat de trois avions Dash 8-400

L’avion Dash 8-400 continue de s’imposer comme le turbopropulseur le plus avancé et le plus productif au monde DUBAÏ, Émirats arabes unis, 18 novembre 2019 /PRNewswire/ — De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited (« De Havilland Canada ») a annoncé aujourd’hui la signature d’un contrat d’achat ferme portant sur trois avions Dash 8-400. Elin Group, dont le siège social est situé […]

Zambia launches polio immunisation campaign targeting more than 478, 500 children following an outbreak in the northern part of the country

Zambia has launched a polio immunisation campaign after confirming a case involving a 2 years 8-month old male child in Chienge district in the northern part of the country. The affected child has paralysis of the lower limbs and had no history of receiving polio vaccinations. According to the Ministry of Health, this outbreak was

US ‘Gravely Concerned’ About Deepening Unrest in Hong Kong

HONG KONG, STATE DEPARTMENT The United States is “gravely concerned by the deepening political unrest and violence in Hong Kong” as the confrontation between police and protesters has escalated in recent days.”We’ve repeatedly called for restraint from…

Polytechnic University President Urges Hong Kong Protesters to Leave

HONG KONG The president of the Polytechnic University under siege in Hong Kong, has said he has brokered a truce with police that would allow the hundreds of protesters trapped inside the campus to leave peacefully. Teng Jin-Guang Teng said he received…

Polytechnic University President Urges Hong Kong Protesters to Leave

HONG KONG The president of the Polytechnic University under siege in Hong Kong, has said he has brokered a truce with police that would allow the hundreds of protesters trapped inside the campus to leave peacefully. Teng Jin-Guang Teng said he received…

Polytechnic University President Urges Hong Kong Protesters to Leave

HONG KONG The president of the Polytechnic University under siege in Hong Kong, has said he has brokered a truce with police that would allow the hundreds of protesters trapped inside the campus to leave peacefully. Teng Jin-Guang Teng said he received…