Posted in Legal Judicial

Dozens Killed in Renewed West Darfur Clashes

KHARTOUM, SUDAN — Inter-communal clashes between Arabs and non-Arabs left at least 30 people dead and 40 others injured in Sudan’s West Darfur state on Sunday, according to eyewitnesses and officials.Local militia supported by a paramilitary group, the…

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Posted in Industry

Unemployment Rate In Philippines Decreases To 7.4 Percent In Oct

MANILA, Around 3.50 million Filipinos were out of work in Oct, down from the 4.25 million reported in Sept, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) survey.In an online briefing, PSA head, Dennis Mapa, said, the Oct unemployment rate, 7.4…

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Posted in Health Maintenance

Three Vaccines Use Other Viruses to Protect Against COVID-19

More than 5 million people worldwide have had their lives cut short by COVID-19, and the number keeps rising as many countries experience another wave of transmission.The best defense against this disease is a vaccine, experts say.Since the outbreak wa…

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Posted in Sports

F1 gets its big final Hamilton-Verstappen showdown in Abu Dhabi

Jeddah, The dust from the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix has to settle quickly over the next few days as Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team and Max Verstappen and Red Bull need to get ready for Sunday’s title-deciding season finale in Abu Dhabi. It is the 3…

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Hamilton wins Saudi GP to level with Verstappen

Jeddah, Lewis Hamilton won a crazy, twice-halted Saudi Arabian Grand Prix for Mercedes on Sunday to go level on points with Red Bull rival Max Verstappen and set up a winner-takes-all title showdown. On a chaotic night in Jeddah, the first race in the …

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US Condemns Militant Attack in Mali that Killed 31

The United States “strongly condemns” a militant attack on a bus in central Mali that killed at least 31 people and wounded 17, the State Department said Sunday.Unidentified gunmen on Friday opened fire on the bus as it traveled from the village of Son…

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US Condemns Militant Attack in Mali that Killed 31

The United States “strongly condemns” a militant attack on a bus in central Mali that killed at least 31 people and wounded 17, the State Department said Sunday.Unidentified gunmen on Friday opened fire on the bus as it traveled from the village of Son…

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Posted in Health Maintenance

World Petroleum Congress Starts In U.S. Houston Amid Omicron Concern

HOUSTON, The World Petroleum Congress, the largest triennial gathering for the industry, kicked off yesterday in Houston, the largest city of south central U.S. state Texas, amid the shadow of the fast-spreading Omicron variant of COVID-19 and the unce…

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South Africa Readies Hospitals as Omicron Variant Drives New COVID-19 Wave

JOHANNESBURG — South Africa is preparing its hospitals for more admissions, as the Omicron coronavirus variant pushes the country into a fourth wave of COVID-19 cases, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Monday.Omicron was first detected in southern Afri…

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Posted in Government Policy

Gambia Counts Marble Votes in First Post-Jammeh Election

BANJUL, GAMBIA — Election officials started counting marble votes Saturday in Gambia after the polls closed in the country’s first presidential election in decades that did not include former dictator Yahya Jammeh, a milestone seen as a test of democra…

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