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Ireland Anglican increases Cyclone Idai emergency funding.

The Church of Ireland Anglican Bishops’ Appeal has increased its emergency funding for Cyclone Idai Survivors in countries like Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi from 10,000 to 20,000 Euro notes. In a statement, Christian Aid’s Malawi country manager Pansi Katenga said even though the rains have stopped survivors still need help to stay alive. “Although the rains have stopped for now, ...

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UNICEF reaches out to Cyclone Idai victims

United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has come up with a plan of helping children who were affected by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. In a statement UNICEF said the children were the most affected by the storm and this had disturbed their way of living and were fighting against the spread of Cholera by providing sanitation ...

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Trump pumps 43 million to Mozambique :Cyclone Idai aid

Government of United States has responded to Cyclone Idai urgent needs like health, education and agriculture in the most affected areas in Mozambique. U.S government has deployed a Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) to Mozambique to assess the most immediate needs and work closely with partners to provide critical assistance to people affected by the devastating Cyclone Posting on their ...

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No foreigners took South African jobs: Malema

Commander in Chief of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and a Revolutionary Activist for Radical change in South Africa Julius Malema said foreigners are not taking South African jobs but the White people who are refusing to invest in South Africa. Addressing his party’s supporters in South Africa Malema said Whites are the ones who are hiring Black Africans in a ...

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Ethiopian Airlines defends tragic fate flight credentials

Ethiopian Airlines denies allegations by the Washington Post and NYTimes Communications and other Euro-American publications as baseless and  factually incorrect. The publications claim that Ethiopian Airlines had a Max 8 Simulator but the Pilot had not received training in it. In a statement European Airlines said these are false allegations without evidence from reliable sources. “The airline has seven full ...

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Ethiopian Airlines crashes, kills 157

An Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed shortly after takeoff from Ethiopia’s capital on Sunday morning, killing all 157 on board, authorities said, as grieving families rushed to airports in Addis Ababa and the destination, Nairobi. More than 30 nationalities are among the dead. It was not immediately clear what caused the crash of the Boeing 737-8 MAX plane, which was new ...

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Pope Francis speaks on sexual abuse of nuns

  Pope Francis has admitted the sexual abuse of nuns by priests and bishops as a problem in the Catholic Church, saying that they’ve been working on this for quite some time. Speaking during a press conference aboard the papal plane on a return flight to Rome from the United Arab Emirates, the Pope said the Catholic Church is dealing ...

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Wetlands an important resource to support people’s lives

Environmental Management Agency has held a consultative workshop on the Ramsar Convention COP13 draft decisions today at the rainbow towers. The objectives of the workshop were to discuss Ramsar COP 13 draft decisions and to develop a national wetlands position paper. Giving opening remarks the Director for Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Douglas Runyowa had this to say. “It is ...

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US Senator & Presidential nominee McCain dies

John McCain – the celebrated war hero who became a six-term Republican senator and presidential nominee   has died at the age of 81. The Arizona representative, one of the most influential US politicians of his generation, died following a battle with an aggressive form of brain cancer. Mr McCain became known as a political maverick willing to stick to his conservative ideals rather than follow party leaders, ...

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Africa “elder” Koffi Annan dies at 80

Former UN Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan has died at age 80, his foundation confirmed Saturday. Annan, who was born in Ghana in 1938, served as the seventh UN Secretary-General, from 1997 to 2006, and was the first to rise from within the ranks of the United Nations staff. He had been a member of The Elders, ...

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