Syrian Arab News Agency | Syria

QSD militia kidnaps 8 civilians including children in Manbej, Aleppo countryside  

Aleppo, SANA- The US occupation- backed QSD militia has kidnapped a number of civilians in Manbej City in Aleppo northern countryside. Local sources told SANA that armed groups from the QSD militia raided the houses in Manbej City and kidnapped eight civilians from the same family, including childr


LankaPuvath | Sri Lanka

WSO2 Expands Global Customer Base and Revenues in 2020

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) – , the leader in digital transformation technology, recently announced that 139 enterprises joined as new customers in 2020.


MercoPress (AR) | Argentina

Covid-19 vaccines: “where's the universal brotherhood” ask Mexican and Argentine presidents

REUTERS – The presidents of Mexico and Argentina on Tuesday pressed the UN and the world's richest countries to improve poorer nations' access to Covid-19 vaccines, arguing efforts are grossly inadequate so far.


Eswatini Observer | Eswatini


By Sabelo Gwebu | 2021-02-28 Associations have reacted differently to the sports allocation in Minister of Finance Neal Rijkenberg's national budget.


Andina | Peru

Peru: Gov't focused on negotiating purchase of COVID-19 vaccines to cover population

"The Executive Branch seeks to ensure the availability of vaccines for all Peruvians residing in the country," Bermudez told the press after the handover ceremony of goods donated by the Lima 2019 Pan American and Parapan American Games Special Legacy Project to the National Family Welfare...


The Nation | Nigeria

Peugeot unveils new brand identity

Peugeot, the world's oldest surviving automaker, has a brand new logo. It is the brand's first new logo in a decade and the eleventh


Islamic Republic News Agency | Iran

Pres Rouhani to inaugurate 3 oil, petrochemical projects on Monday

Tehran, Feb 28, IRNA – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will inaugurate three oil and petrochemical projects worth 5.6 $ billion on Monday.


MercoPress (PY) | Paraguay

“Why all the fuss about Malvinas and not a word on Formosa which Argentina should return to Paraguay?”

“Why all the fuss about the Malvinas, all the indoctrination which starts at school claiming the Islands, and not a word about the province of Formosa which should be returned to Paraguay and we took as spoils of the Triple War in 1870?”, asks Argentine writer Federico Jeanmaire, a well-known...


Kuensel | Bhutan

Interest waivers are non-taxable: Finance Minister 

Finance Minister Namgay Tshering has clarified that interest waivers provided to people as part of the monetary measure to tackle the Covid-19 situation will not be taxed.


Anadolu Agency | Turkey

'Zambia-Turkey relations continue to grow'

Zambia’s honorary consul in Istanbul says Turkey regards Zambia as 'strategic partner' - Anadolu Agency


Borneo Bulletin | Brunei

Six shot dead on Myanmar crackdown’s bloodiest day

YANGON (AFP) – Myanmar security forces shot dead at least six protesters yesterday in the bloodiest action so far to smother opposition to the military coup four weeks ago. The junta is battling to contain a massive street movement demanding it yield power and release ousted civilian leader Aung...


Seychelles News Agency | Seychelles

Air Seychelles announces voluntary redundancy plan for staff to help tackle $153 million debt

Air Seychelles on Tuesday began a voluntary redundancy in particular targeting older workers as part of its evaluation of its manpower plan in order to sustain the airline's long-term operations. The company said that the voluntary redundancy first targets staff members aged 55 and up, but that...


The Herald | Zimbabwe

Govt moves to rescue winter maize

Government has intervened to save 18 000 tonnes of winter maize crop in the Lowveld from wasting away in the fields by deploying machinery to ensure the entire crop is harvested in the next two-and-a-half weeks.


News AU | Australia

PM speaks on national shame

Scott Morrison has been grilled over the release of a scathing report about neglect and substandard care in the aged care system.


Stabroek News | Guyana

Gauging impacts of the 2020 crisis on the oil-producing companies

Introduction Today’s column shifts focus from determining direct impacts on oil production, price, government revenue and their consequential effects on


Daily Post | Nigeria

Ogun: Many killed as cultists take over Abeokuta, residents live in fear

Residents of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital are beginning to lose count of how many people have been killed by suspected cultists lately, DAILY POST


Sputnik | Russia

Subsidiary of German Reinsurance Giant Munich Re Terminates Contract With Nord Stream 2

On Monday, State Department Spokesman Ned Price said Washington was continuing its review of potential "sanctionable activity" by companies involved in the construction...


The Fiji Times | Fiji

Myanmar police launch most extensive crackdown; hundreds arrested

Police in Myanmar launched their most sweeping crackdown in three weeks of nationwide protests against military rule on Saturday, arresting hundreds of people and shooting and wounding at least one person.

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