Wed, 11 Dec 2019

Aleem Dar set to break record for officiating in most number of Tests

Dubai [UAE], Dec 11 (ANI): As Australia and New Zealand take the field to play the first Test of the ...

Edutech start-up Noon Academy launches new office in Bengaluru

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India] Dec 11 (ANI/NewsVoir): Riyadh headquartered Noon Academy, one of the fastest-growing Edutech start-ups in the Middle East ...

England to pay tribute to Willis in first Test against SA

Cape Town - England players will wear black armbands during the first Test of their tour of South Africa in ...

New SANDF chief Thabiso Mokhosi dies after one month in job

Lieutenant General Thabiso Mokhosi, Chief of the South African Army, died on Tuesday in a Pretoria hospital following a short ...

Somali Security Forces End 7-Hour Hotel Siege

Somali Security forces have shot to death five attackers who officials said were behind a raid Tuesday evening on an ...

ADB trims India's GDP growth forecast to 5.1 pc in current fiscal

Manila [Philippines], Dec 11 (ANI): The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Wednesday trimmed its forecasts for economic growth in developing ...

CSA announces U19 World Cup squad, Bryce Parsons to lead

Dubai [UAE], Dec 11 (ANI): Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Tuesday announced their 15-member squad for the upcoming ICC U-19 ...

Armed militants attack hotel in Somalia capital

Mogadishu [Somalia], Dec 11 (ANI): Armed militants of a Somalia-based terror group Al-Shabab stormed into a hotel in Mogadishu on ...

Zimbabwe Refugees in Botswana Return Home, But Face Bleak Future

GABORONE, BOTSWANA - Botswana has repatriated 135 Zimbabwean refugees, the majority who fled political persecution at the height of a ...

Kenyan Safari Doctors Risk Al-Shabab to Provide Remote Health Care

LAMU COUNTY, KENYA - In Kenya's remote island communities near the border with Somalia, the threat from al-Shabab militants has ...

Cameroon Measles Vaccination Team Attacked, Motives Questioned

EBOLOWA, CAMEROON - Members of measles vaccination teams in southern Cameroon have been attacked and beaten by locals who say ...

Guinea Hit by Fresh Anti-Government Rallies

CONAKRY - Guineans took to the streets en masse on Tuesday, in the latest round of mass anti-government protests to ...

Liverpool survive Salzburg test to reach Champions League last 16

Salzburg - Liverpool struck twice in two minutes through Naby Keita and Mohamed Salah to avoid an embarrassing early Champions ...

Gabon president turning country into monarchy: opposition leader

Gabon opposition leader Jean Ping said on Tuesday that the appointment of the president's eldest son as his top aide ...

Rights Groups Issue Ultimatum for Nigerian Reporter's Release

Rights groups are pressing the Nigerian government to release a news publisher and former presidential candidate who was re-arrested last ...

UN Chief: Human Rights Violations 'Widespread and Systematic'

UNITED NATIONS - The U.N. Secretary-General said Tuesday that there is still "an enormous gap" between what the Universal Declaration ...

Zimbabwe escalates power cuts up to 24 hours as Eskom impact hits

Zimbabwe's state-owned Zesa Holdings escalated power cuts to as long as 24 hours after losing regional power imports, while local ...

Stokes sees big future for England 'gem' Burns

London - Ben Stokes compared Rory Burns to England great Alastair Cook as he forecast a long international future for ...

Second phase of PRO14 to determine Cheetahs' fate

Bloemfontein - Cheetahs coach Hawies Fourie is banking on the second half of the PRO14 to help seal a lucrative ...

At least two dead after Cyclone Belna hits Madagascar

Two people were killed in Madagascar after Cyclone Belna landed in the northwest of the country, causing heavy flooding and ...

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Democratic Presidential Field Falls Flat with Black Students

At South Carolina State University, a historically black public institution of higher learning, some students shuttle between campus buildings, while ...

Aleem Dar set to break record for officiating in most number of Tests

Dubai [UAE], Dec 11 (ANI): As Australia and New Zealand take the field to play the first Test of the ...

Edutech start-up Noon Academy launches new office in Bengaluru

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India] Dec 11 (ANI/NewsVoir): Riyadh headquartered Noon Academy, one of the fastest-growing Edutech start-ups in the Middle East ...

England to pay tribute to Willis in first Test against SA

Cape Town - England players will wear black armbands during the first Test of their tour of South Africa in ...

New SANDF chief Thabiso Mokhosi dies after one month in job

Lieutenant General Thabiso Mokhosi, Chief of the South African Army, died on Tuesday in a Pretoria hospital following a short ...

Somali Security Forces End 7-Hour Hotel Siege

Somali Security forces have shot to death five attackers who officials said were behind a raid Tuesday evening on an ...

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