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MORE THAN 200 HALF-NAKED INMATES ESCAPE JAIL IN UGANDA - by Webmaster 18/09/2020 @ 14h09 

More than 200 half-naked inmates escape jail in Uganda | World news | The  GuardianUganda’s military and security forces are pursuing a group of 210 inmates who escaped in a massive jailbreak and stripped half-naked to avoid being identified as prisoners.

Three of the escapees from the prison in the remote town of Moroto, 286 miles from Kampala, have been killed and seven detained. A senior military officer was also killed in an exchange of fire at the prison in the foothills of Mount Moroto on Wednesday afternoon. Read more HERE.

MORE THAN 200 HALF-NAKED INMATES ESCAPE JAIL IN UGANDA - by Webmaster 18/09/2020 @ 14h09 

More than 200 half-naked inmates escape jail in Uganda | World news | The  GuardianUganda’s military and security forces are pursuing a group of 210 inmates who escaped in a massive jailbreak and stripped half-naked to avoid being identified as prisoners.

Three of the escapees from the prison in the remote town of Moroto, 286 miles from Kampala, have been killed and seven detained. A senior military officer was also killed in an exchange of fire at the prison in the foothills of Mount Moroto on Wednesday afternoon. Read more HERE.

(18/09/2020 @ 14h09)

UAE, BAHRAIN AND ISRAËL SIGN HISTORIC ACCORDS AT WHITE HOUSE EVENT - by Webmaster 16/09/2020 @ 12h02 

UAE, Bahrain, Israel sign Abraham Accord at White House | Las Vegas  Review-JournalTrio establish formal relations at ceremony viewed as image boost for Trump and Netanyahu

Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have signed agreements to establish formal relations, ending a decades-old taboo in Arab diplomacy as power and priorities shift in the Middle East. “Today’s signing sets history on a new course,” Donald Trump told a crowd outside the White House where the deal was signed. “This an incredible day for the world,” he said. Read more HERE.

UAE, BAHRAIN AND ISRAËL SIGN HISTORIC ACCORDS AT WHITE HOUSE EVENT - by Webmaster 16/09/2020 @ 12h02 

UAE, Bahrain, Israel sign Abraham Accord at White House | Las Vegas  Review-JournalTrio establish formal relations at ceremony viewed as image boost for Trump and Netanyahu

Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have signed agreements to establish formal relations, ending a decades-old taboo in Arab diplomacy as power and priorities shift in the Middle East. “Today’s signing sets history on a new course,” Donald Trump told a crowd outside the White House where the deal was signed. “This an incredible day for the world,” he said. Read more HERE.

(16/09/2020 @ 12h02)

CHILD CARE CRISIS PUSHES US MOTHERS OUT OF THE LABOR FORCE - by Webmaster 15/09/2020 @ 00h32 

Child care crisis pushes US mothers out of the labor force, HR News,  ETHRWorldAngela Wynn had just launched her own project management business, hitting a career stride after years of struggle that began with earning an undergraduate degree as a single mother.

Then the coronavirus pandemic hit, forcing many schools to shift online. The now-married mother of five saw little choice but to give up her newly minted business to help three of her children cope with remote learning while her husband, the primary breadwinner, kept his job at a senior living center. Read more HERE

CHILD CARE CRISIS PUSHES US MOTHERS OUT OF THE LABOR FORCE - by Webmaster 15/09/2020 @ 00h32 

Child care crisis pushes US mothers out of the labor force, HR News,  ETHRWorldAngela Wynn had just launched her own project management business, hitting a career stride after years of struggle that began with earning an undergraduate degree as a single mother.

Then the coronavirus pandemic hit, forcing many schools to shift online. The now-married mother of five saw little choice but to give up her newly minted business to help three of her children cope with remote learning while her husband, the primary breadwinner, kept his job at a senior living center. Read more HERE

(15/09/2020 @ 00h32)

MORISTS WHO CAUSE DEATH BY SPEEDING COULD FACE LIFE SENTENCE - by Webmaster 14/09/2020 @ 01h38 

Bristol family of couple killed by dangerous driver 'thrilled' by plans to  jail motorists for life - Bristol LiveLaw change will ensure dangerous drivers face full force of law, says minister. Drivers who cause death by speeding, racing or using a mobile phone could face life sentences under a overhaul of sentencing to be unveiled this week.

The changes follow concerns from families and campaigners, as well as some judges, that the 14-year maximum fails to reflect the severity of the crime. Offenders who cause loss of life by careless driving while under the influence of drink or drugs could also face life in prison. Read more HERE.

MORISTS WHO CAUSE DEATH BY SPEEDING COULD FACE LIFE SENTENCE - by Webmaster 14/09/2020 @ 01h38 

Bristol family of couple killed by dangerous driver 'thrilled' by plans to  jail motorists for life - Bristol LiveLaw change will ensure dangerous drivers face full force of law, says minister. Drivers who cause death by speeding, racing or using a mobile phone could face life sentences under a overhaul of sentencing to be unveiled this week.

The changes follow concerns from families and campaigners, as well as some judges, that the 14-year maximum fails to reflect the severity of the crime. Offenders who cause loss of life by careless driving while under the influence of drink or drugs could also face life in prison. Read more HERE.

(14/09/2020 @ 01h38)

MORE THAN 50 KILLED AT COLLAPSED GOLD MINE IN EASTERN CONGO - by Webmaster 13/09/2020 @ 01h51 

More than 50 killed at collapsed gold mine in eastern Congo | CTV NewsMore than 50 people are dead after landslides caused the collapse of three artisanal gold mines near the city of Kamituga in eastern Congo’s South Kivu province on Friday, officials said. Heavy rains for days led to the disaster.

“The diggers and the transporters of the stones were swallowed up by the waters,” said the Kamituga mayor, Alexandre Bundya. “A team of rescuers with motor pumps came to recover the bodies of the victims.” Read more HERE

MORE THAN 50 KILLED AT COLLAPSED GOLD MINE IN EASTERN CONGO - by Webmaster 13/09/2020 @ 01h51 

More than 50 killed at collapsed gold mine in eastern Congo | CTV NewsMore than 50 people are dead after landslides caused the collapse of three artisanal gold mines near the city of Kamituga in eastern Congo’s South Kivu province on Friday, officials said. Heavy rains for days led to the disaster.

“The diggers and the transporters of the stones were swallowed up by the waters,” said the Kamituga mayor, Alexandre Bundya. “A team of rescuers with motor pumps came to recover the bodies of the victims.” Read more HERE

(13/09/2020 @ 01h51)

VACCINE TRIAL STOPPED AFTER NEUROLOGICAL SYMPTOMS DETECTED - by Webmaster 11/09/2020 @ 12h47 

Covid-19 vaccine trial stopped after neurological symptoms detected |  Deccan HeraldA woman who received an experimental coronavirus vaccine developed severe neurological symptoms that prompted a pause in testing, a spokesman for drugmaker AstraZeneca said Thursday.

The study participant in late-stage testing reported symptoms consistent with transverse myelitis, a rare inflammation of the spinal cord, said company spokesman Matthew Kent. “We don't know if it is (transverse myelitis)," Kent said. “More tests are being done now as part of the follow-up.” Read more HERE.

VACCINE TRIAL STOPPED AFTER NEUROLOGICAL SYMPTOMS DETECTED - by Webmaster 11/09/2020 @ 12h47 

Covid-19 vaccine trial stopped after neurological symptoms detected |  Deccan HeraldA woman who received an experimental coronavirus vaccine developed severe neurological symptoms that prompted a pause in testing, a spokesman for drugmaker AstraZeneca said Thursday.

The study participant in late-stage testing reported symptoms consistent with transverse myelitis, a rare inflammation of the spinal cord, said company spokesman Matthew Kent. “We don't know if it is (transverse myelitis)," Kent said. “More tests are being done now as part of the follow-up.” Read more HERE.

(11/09/2020 @ 12h47)

AFGHAN OFFICIALS : KABUL BOMB TARGETS VP, KILLS 10 CIVILIANS - by Webmaster 10/09/2020 @ 14h27 

Afghan officials: Kabul bomb targets VP, kills 10 civilians | CTV NewsA bombing in the Afghan capital on Wednesday targeted the convoy of the country’s first vice president, who suffered minor injuries in the attack that killed 10 people and wounded at least 31, including several of the vice president’s bodyguards, the Interior Ministry said.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing and the Taliban quickly denied they were behind the attack. First Vice President Amrullah Saleh suffered minor burns in the blast. The bomb was hidden in a cart by the roadside and detonated as his convoy passed by. Read more HERE.

AFGHAN OFFICIALS : KABUL BOMB TARGETS VP, KILLS 10 CIVILIANS - by Webmaster 10/09/2020 @ 14h27 

Afghan officials: Kabul bomb targets VP, kills 10 civilians | CTV NewsA bombing in the Afghan capital on Wednesday targeted the convoy of the country’s first vice president, who suffered minor injuries in the attack that killed 10 people and wounded at least 31, including several of the vice president’s bodyguards, the Interior Ministry said.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing and the Taliban quickly denied they were behind the attack. First Vice President Amrullah Saleh suffered minor burns in the blast. The bomb was hidden in a cart by the roadside and detonated as his convoy passed by. Read more HERE.

(10/09/2020 @ 14h27)

GAS PIPELINE BLAST KILLS 16 PRAYING AT BANGLADESH MOSQUE - by Webmaster 07/09/2020 @ 16h56 

Gas pipeline blast kills 16 praying at Bangladesh mosqueAn underground gas pipeline near a mosque exploded during evening prayers outside Bangladesh's capital, leaving 16 Muslim worshipers dead and dozens injured with critical burns, officials said Saturday.

The blast occurred Friday night as people were finishing their prayers at Baitus Salat Jame Mosque at Narayanganj, local police chief Zayedul Alam said. By Saturday afternoon, 16 people, including a 7-year-old boy, had succumbed to their injuries. Read more HERE

GAS PIPELINE BLAST KILLS 16 PRAYING AT BANGLADESH MOSQUE - by Webmaster 07/09/2020 @ 16h56 

Gas pipeline blast kills 16 praying at Bangladesh mosqueAn underground gas pipeline near a mosque exploded during evening prayers outside Bangladesh's capital, leaving 16 Muslim worshipers dead and dozens injured with critical burns, officials said Saturday.

The blast occurred Friday night as people were finishing their prayers at Baitus Salat Jame Mosque at Narayanganj, local police chief Zayedul Alam said. By Saturday afternoon, 16 people, including a 7-year-old boy, had succumbed to their injuries. Read more HERE

(07/09/2020 @ 16h56)

NATO AGREES NERVE AGENT USED TO TRY TO KILL RUSSIA'S NAVALNY - by Webmaster 05/09/2020 @ 02h20 

Germany says Soviet nerve agent used on Russia's Navalny | Ap-top-news |  wfmz.comSecretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Friday condemned the “appalling assassination attempt” on Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny and called on Moscow to answer questions about the poisoning to international investigators.

Navalny, a Kremlin critic and corruption investigator, fell ill on a flight to Moscow on Aug. 20 and was taken to a hospital in the Siberian city of Omsk. He has been in an induced coma in a Berlin hospital since he was flown to Germany for treatment more than a week ago. Read more HERE

NATO AGREES NERVE AGENT USED TO TRY TO KILL RUSSIA'S NAVALNY - by Webmaster 05/09/2020 @ 02h20 

Germany says Soviet nerve agent used on Russia's Navalny | Ap-top-news |  wfmz.comSecretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Friday condemned the “appalling assassination attempt” on Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny and called on Moscow to answer questions about the poisoning to international investigators.

Navalny, a Kremlin critic and corruption investigator, fell ill on a flight to Moscow on Aug. 20 and was taken to a hospital in the Siberian city of Omsk. He has been in an induced coma in a Berlin hospital since he was flown to Germany for treatment more than a week ago. Read more HERE

(05/09/2020 @ 02h20)

SILVIO BERLUSCONI ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL WITH CORONAVIRUS - by Webmaster 04/09/2020 @ 17h23 

Coronavirus: Former Italy PM Silvio Berlusconi in hospital after testing  positive - Kingdom FMItaly’s former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is being treated in hospital for Covid-19. Berlusconi, who is 84 this month, was taken to the San Raffaele hospital in Milan on Thursday night as a precautionary measure. He has not been admitted to intensive care.

“He has a bit of a cough and obviously because of his age it was better that the symptoms are taken care of in hospital,” said Deborah Bergamini, a deputy with Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party. Read more HERE

SILVIO BERLUSCONI ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL WITH CORONAVIRUS - by Webmaster 04/09/2020 @ 17h23 

Coronavirus: Former Italy PM Silvio Berlusconi in hospital after testing  positive - Kingdom FMItaly’s former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is being treated in hospital for Covid-19. Berlusconi, who is 84 this month, was taken to the San Raffaele hospital in Milan on Thursday night as a precautionary measure. He has not been admitted to intensive care.

“He has a bit of a cough and obviously because of his age it was better that the symptoms are taken care of in hospital,” said Deborah Bergamini, a deputy with Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party. Read more HERE

(04/09/2020 @ 17h23)

ZIMBABWE INVESTIGATES MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF 11 ELEPHANTS - by Webmaster 01/09/2020 @ 18h03 

Zimbabwe investigates mysterious deaths of 11 elephants - The Globe and MailParks authorities in Zimbabwe are investigating the mysterious death of 11 elephants in a forest in the west of the country after ruling out cyanide poisoning and poaching.

The carcasses of the elephants were discovered on Friday in Pandamasue forest, located between Hwange national park and Victoria Falls. Blood samples have been taken to a laboratory for analysis to determine the cause of their deaths, said Tinashe Farawo, a spokesman for the Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority. Read more HERE.

ZIMBABWE INVESTIGATES MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF 11 ELEPHANTS - by Webmaster 01/09/2020 @ 18h03 

Zimbabwe investigates mysterious deaths of 11 elephants - The Globe and MailParks authorities in Zimbabwe are investigating the mysterious death of 11 elephants in a forest in the west of the country after ruling out cyanide poisoning and poaching.

The carcasses of the elephants were discovered on Friday in Pandamasue forest, located between Hwange national park and Victoria Falls. Blood samples have been taken to a laboratory for analysis to determine the cause of their deaths, said Tinashe Farawo, a spokesman for the Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority. Read more HERE.

(01/09/2020 @ 18h03)

AT LEAST 40 DOLPHINS DIE IN AREA HIT BY MAURITIUS OIL SPILL - by Webmaster 30/08/2020 @ 02h14 

At least 40 dolphins killed near Japanese oil spillAt least 40 dolphins have died mysteriously in an area of Mauritius affected by an oil spill from a Japanese boat, officials and witnesses have said, as a witness described the moment one mother dolphin died in front of him.

Residents who had ventured out in a boat alerted Reuben Pillay to a dolphin swimming around her dying baby. He went to try to find them but the baby had died by the time he arrived, he said on Friday, but the mother initially looked normal. Read more HERE.

AT LEAST 40 DOLPHINS DIE IN AREA HIT BY MAURITIUS OIL SPILL - by Webmaster 30/08/2020 @ 02h14 

At least 40 dolphins killed near Japanese oil spillAt least 40 dolphins have died mysteriously in an area of Mauritius affected by an oil spill from a Japanese boat, officials and witnesses have said, as a witness described the moment one mother dolphin died in front of him.

Residents who had ventured out in a boat alerted Reuben Pillay to a dolphin swimming around her dying baby. He went to try to find them but the baby had died by the time he arrived, he said on Friday, but the mother initially looked normal. Read more HERE.

(30/08/2020 @ 02h14)

US PROPOSES REMOVING SUDAN FROM TERRORISM LIST FOR $330m COMPENSATION - by Webmaster 29/08/2020 @ 15h56 

US proposes removing Sudan from terrorism list for $330m compensation -  glbnews.comA US proposal to remove Sudan from a list of states that sponsor terrorism – in exchange for a $330 million payment compensation to American victims of al-Qaida – has caused anger in the poverty-stricken east African country.

Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, visited Khartoum on Tuesday to underline US support for the new transitional government that took power following the fall of Omar al-Bashir last year, whose 30 year authoritarian rule saw Sudan become an international pariah. Read more HERE.

US PROPOSES REMOVING SUDAN FROM TERRORISM LIST FOR $330m COMPENSATION - by Webmaster 29/08/2020 @ 15h56 

US proposes removing Sudan from terrorism list for $330m compensation -  glbnews.comA US proposal to remove Sudan from a list of states that sponsor terrorism – in exchange for a $330 million payment compensation to American victims of al-Qaida – has caused anger in the poverty-stricken east African country.

Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, visited Khartoum on Tuesday to underline US support for the new transitional government that took power following the fall of Omar al-Bashir last year, whose 30 year authoritarian rule saw Sudan become an international pariah. Read more HERE.

(29/08/2020 @ 15h56)

MOSCOW ANNOUNCES ADVANCED TRIALS FOR NEW COVID-19 VACCINE - by Webmaster 27/08/2020 @ 00h28 

Moscow announces advanced trials for new COVID-19 vaccine | The Times of  IsraelThe mayor of Moscow invited residents Wednesday to join trials of a coronavirus vaccine that Russia approved for use earlier this month, in what officials described as a breakthrough on par with the Soviet Union’s launch of the world’s first satellite in 1957.

The world's first vaccine against the coronavirus to receive a government go-ahead has caused unease among international medical experts, who called Russia's fast-tracked approval and failure to share any data supporting claims of the vaccine's efficacy a major breach of scientific protocol. Read more HERE.

MOSCOW ANNOUNCES ADVANCED TRIALS FOR NEW COVID-19 VACCINE - by Webmaster 27/08/2020 @ 00h28 

Moscow announces advanced trials for new COVID-19 vaccine | The Times of  IsraelThe mayor of Moscow invited residents Wednesday to join trials of a coronavirus vaccine that Russia approved for use earlier this month, in what officials described as a breakthrough on par with the Soviet Union’s launch of the world’s first satellite in 1957.

The world's first vaccine against the coronavirus to receive a government go-ahead has caused unease among international medical experts, who called Russia's fast-tracked approval and failure to share any data supporting claims of the vaccine's efficacy a major breach of scientific protocol. Read more HERE.

(27/08/2020 @ 00h28)

TESTS INDICATE ALEXEI NAVALNY WAS POISONED, SAYS GERMAN CLINIC - by Webmaster 26/08/2020 @ 21h24 

Alexey Navalny was poisoned, Berlin hospital says - CNNTests indicate that Alexei Navalny was the victim of a poisoning and he is being treated with atropine, the same antidote used after the 2018 nerve agent attack in Salisbury, the German clinic where the Kremlin critic is a patient said on Monday.

While Berlin’s Charité hospital did not identify the specific poison responsible for Navalny’s sudden illness on an internal Russian flight last Thursday, the substance was part of a group that affects the central nervous system, and includes nerve agents and pesticides, as well as some drugs. Read more HERE.

TESTS INDICATE ALEXEI NAVALNY WAS POISONED, SAYS GERMAN CLINIC - by Webmaster 26/08/2020 @ 21h24 

Alexey Navalny was poisoned, Berlin hospital says - CNNTests indicate that Alexei Navalny was the victim of a poisoning and he is being treated with atropine, the same antidote used after the 2018 nerve agent attack in Salisbury, the German clinic where the Kremlin critic is a patient said on Monday.

While Berlin’s Charité hospital did not identify the specific poison responsible for Navalny’s sudden illness on an internal Russian flight last Thursday, the substance was part of a group that affects the central nervous system, and includes nerve agents and pesticides, as well as some drugs. Read more HERE.

(26/08/2020 @ 21h24)

13 DIE IN PERU DISCO STAMPEDE AFTER POLICE LOCKDOWN RAID - by Webmaster 24/08/2020 @ 14h58 

13 die in Peru disco stampede after police lockdown raidThirteen people died in a stampede at a disco in Peru after a police raid to enforce the country's lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Sunday. The stampede happened at the Thomas disco in Lima, where about 120 people had gathered for a party on Saturday night, the Interior Ministry said.

People tried to escape through the only door of the second-floor disco, trampling one another and becoming trapped in the confined space, according to authorities. Read more HERE.

13 DIE IN PERU DISCO STAMPEDE AFTER POLICE LOCKDOWN RAID - by Webmaster 24/08/2020 @ 14h58 

13 die in Peru disco stampede after police lockdown raidThirteen people died in a stampede at a disco in Peru after a police raid to enforce the country's lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Sunday. The stampede happened at the Thomas disco in Lima, where about 120 people had gathered for a party on Saturday night, the Interior Ministry said.

People tried to escape through the only door of the second-floor disco, trampling one another and becoming trapped in the confined space, according to authorities. Read more HERE.

(24/08/2020 @ 14h58)

3,000 SHEEP DIE AFTER LIVE EXPORTS REJECTED BY SAUDI ARABIA - by Webmaster 20/08/2020 @ 18h12 

3,000 sheep die after live exports rejected by Saudi Arabia ...Animals died of hunger and thirst after 58,000 returned to Sudan due to quarantine compromise

Around 3,000 sheep sent back from Saudi Arabia by ship to Sudan have died of hunger and thirst according to a Sudanese government minister. Some drowned on the voyage.

Saudi Arabia returned 58,000 sheep to Sudan after finding out that quarantine procedures in Sudan had been compromised, leaving some animals without vaccination against diseases including Rift Valley fever. Read more HERE.

3,000 SHEEP DIE AFTER LIVE EXPORTS REJECTED BY SAUDI ARABIA - by Webmaster 20/08/2020 @ 18h12 

3,000 sheep die after live exports rejected by Saudi Arabia ...Animals died of hunger and thirst after 58,000 returned to Sudan due to quarantine compromise

Around 3,000 sheep sent back from Saudi Arabia by ship to Sudan have died of hunger and thirst according to a Sudanese government minister. Some drowned on the voyage.

Saudi Arabia returned 58,000 sheep to Sudan after finding out that quarantine procedures in Sudan had been compromised, leaving some animals without vaccination against diseases including Rift Valley fever. Read more HERE.

(20/08/2020 @ 18h12)

SOMALIA FORCES END REBEL SIEGE OF MOGADISHU HOTEL; 15 KILLED - by Webmaster 18/08/2020 @ 09h44 

PressReader - The Philippine Star: 2020-08-18 - Somali forces end ...At least 15 people were killed when the attackers invaded the Elite Hotel, a new establishment popular with Mogadishu's young people, said Col. Ahmed Aden, a police officer. 

Security forces later killed all four attackers and rescued dozens of people who were trapped inside the hotel, Ismail Mukhtar, spokesman of Somalia’s information ministry told The Associated Press. Read more HERE.

SOMALIA FORCES END REBEL SIEGE OF MOGADISHU HOTEL; 15 KILLED - by Webmaster 18/08/2020 @ 09h44 

PressReader - The Philippine Star: 2020-08-18 - Somali forces end ...At least 15 people were killed when the attackers invaded the Elite Hotel, a new establishment popular with Mogadishu's young people, said Col. Ahmed Aden, a police officer. 

Security forces later killed all four attackers and rescued dozens of people who were trapped inside the hotel, Ismail Mukhtar, spokesman of Somalia’s information ministry told The Associated Press. Read more HERE.

(18/08/2020 @ 09h44)