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    AllAfrica News: Angola

  • Angola, Italy Trade Relations in 2022
    [The Exchange] Trade between Angola and Italy budgeted at US$400 million in 2021... Read more »
  • Ex-President's Daughter Says She is 'Not Hiding' - Interview
    [DW] The billionaire daughter of Angola's ex-president is now the subject of an international arrest warrant for alleged corruption. In an interview with DW, Isabel dos Santos denied she is trying to escape the law in Angola.... Read more »
  • DR Congo Crisis - Minister Biruta in Luanda for Talks
    [New Times] Foreign Affairs minister Vincent Biruta on Wednesday, November 23 attended the mini-summit on the security crisis in eastern DR Congo.... Read more »
  • Summit Calls for M23 Withdrawal From Its Positions in Eastern DR Congo
    [New Times] The Luanda summit on the security crisis in eastern DR Congo has ordered the FDLR, a terrorist group composed of remnants responsible for the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, to disarm immediately and embark on an "unconditional repatriation".... Read more »
  • Angola Draw With South Africa in FIFA Friendly Match
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Angola senior men's football team drew 1-1 with South Africa in the second of a total of two FIFA friendly matches played in Johannesburg.... Read more »
  • DRC and Rwanda Summit Postponed
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- The summit between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), which was due to take place Monday in the Angolan capital, Luanda, to discuss the crisis opposing the two neighbouring countries, has been postponed for Thursday, ANGOP has learnt.... Read more »
  • Angolan Women Organisation Congratulates African Handball Champions
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- The Executive Secretariat of the Organisation of Angolan Women (OMA) congratulated Sunday the Angolan senior women's handball team on the conquest of the 15th African Championship title.... Read more »

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  • Online communities trump nationality, religion
    The internet is where the heart of the most powerful communities beats, according to the findings of a Solid Havas survey conducted in 30 countries, including Greece, on the impact of communities in the digital age. ... Read more »
  • Incentives needed to keep intensive care doctors
    The need to provide additional financial incentives to doctors in the intensive care units of public hospitals has been stressed in comments to Kathimerini by Dimitris Georgopoulos, professor of pulmonology and intensive care at the University of Crete and until recently director of the ICU at Iraklio University Hospital.... Read more »
  • Mt. Athos car accident leaves one dead
    A 60-year-old man died after his car fell into a gorge in a wooded area on Sunday in the monastic state of Mt. Athos.... Read more »
  • Athens metro Line 4 will help keep cars off the road
    The new Athens metro Line 4 (Alsos Veikou-Goudi), expected to go into full operation in 2029, will serve 340,000 passengers on a daily basis, and indirectly serve to ‘remove’ from daily circulation 53,000 cars, according to assessments.... Read more »
  • Affordable homes for the young
    The issue of low-interest or even interest-free mortgages for young people and couples aged 25 to 39 is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2023, as the basic terms of the program and the relevant draft law of the Labor Ministry have already been written up and put... Read more »
  • Timing of national elections is pivotal
    The timing of the national elections will be heavily influenced by whether they are based on the 2011 census or the most recent in 2021. According to sources at the Ministry of Interior, if elections are held after February, they will be based on the most recent census data.... Read more »
  • Witnesses in children’s charity probe are exposed
    The investigation into allegations of abuse at the well-known children’s charity Ark of the World (Kivotos tou Kosmou), which has facilities in Athens, Piraeus, Epirus and Chios, has been beset by allegations of leaks resulting in witness intimidation, leading a prosecutor to investigate.... Read more »



  • Why NASA Names its Spacecraft After the Ancient Greek Gods
    Throughout its 64-year history, NASA has named several of its spacecraft and missions after ancient Greek gods and mythological figures. But what is the connection between NASA and ancient Greek mythology? From the Apollo program, which ran between 1961 and 1972, to the ongoing Artemis program which began in 2017,... Read more »
  • China Faces Largest Protests Since Tiananmen Square Massacre
    China is facing its largest anti-government protests since the Tiananmen Square massacre after activists filled the streets to openly call for an end to the rule of President Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Hundreds of students at Tsinghua University in Beijing joined waves of demonstrations as unrest... Read more »
  • Iconic Painting of Greek Artist Yiannis Tsarouchis Sets Record at Auction
    An iconic painting by Greek artist Yiannis Tsarouchis set a new world record for a work by the artist at auction when it sold for €441,375 ($460,000) at Bonhams Greek Sale in Paris on 24 November 2022. The painting La garde oubliée (The Forgotten Guard) was in the collection of... Read more »
  • How Sophia Loren Made Hollywood Fall in Love with Greece
    Sophia Loren, the great Italian actress, was the star of the first Hollywood movie ever shot in Greece, on the majestic island of of Hydra. Read the full story on Read more »
  • The Scholars who Deciphered the Ancient Greek Script Linear B
    If not for the incredible determination and talent of two scholars, Alice Kober and Michael Ventris, the ancient Greek script Linear B would likely remain a mystery today. While many linguists and archaeologists contributed to the decipherment of the script, Ventris’s and Kober’s discoveries were some of the most important.... Read more »
  • The Μost Ιnnovative Greeks Τhroughout Ηistory
    Selecting the most innovative Greeks from ancient times to modernity is not an easy task. From Plato to Eleftherios Venizelos, Greek history is filled with people who thought and acted differently than their contemporaries. They were innovative giants of thought that shaped western civilization and created modern Greece. Innovative Greeks... Read more »
  • Wiretapping Scandal in Greece: Police Chief was ‘Under Surveillance’
    A new media report on the wiretapping scandal in Greece on Sunday alleged that the former head of Greek Police (ELAS) and a senior judge were under surveillance by the intelligence service. The report on the weekly Documento newspaper, which has almost single-handedly exposed the scandal, says that the police... Read more »




  • VideoFawad Chaudhry says coalition govt running away from elections
    ISLAMABAD: Former federal minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Fawad Chaudhry has asserted that the coalition government was running away from elections as they could not face the masses, ARY News reported on Sunday. Speaking on ARY News program ‘Aitraz Hai’, the former federal minister said that the incumbent government... Read more »
  • UAE issues travel advisory for passengers, sets new condition
    A new travel advisory was issued for passengers to the United Arab Emirates as the UAE restricted the entry of travellers with a single name on their passports. According to the new advisory, the UAE immigration officials set a new condition for inbound passengers. Under the new condition, passengers with... Read more »
  • Fed Govt spent Rs256.3m to curb the PTI march that never reached ISB
    The Interior Ministry spent a total of Rs256.3 million on the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) march that ended before reaching the federal capital, ARY News reported. According to the details, the federal government had allocated a budget of Rs390 million for the capital territory’s security ahead of the PTI’s long march.... Read more »
  • Viral video: Parents let toddler ‘run wild’ during eight-hour flight
    The parents faced severe criticism for letting their young toddler ‘run wild’ during an eight-hour flight while the video of a child also went viral on social media. A passenger from the same who is believed to be from the United States (US) shared a video clip on Reddit earlier... Read more »
  • PCAA website goes offline after technical glitch
    KARACHI: Passengers were facing extreme difficulties after Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority’s (PCAA) website went offline at Islamabad International Airport due to a technical glitch, ARY News reported on Sunday. The airport authorities were unable to provide details regarding the flight arrivals and departures to the passengers and citizens for the... Read more »
  • Karachi LG polls: MQM-P summons general workers meeting
    KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) has summoned a meeting of general workers to chalk out action plan ahead of local government (LG) elections in Karachi and Hyderabad, ARY News reported on Sunday, citing sources. According to details, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) summoned general workers meeting on November 30 at... Read more »
  • VideoMurad Saeed raises questions regarding Arshad Sharif’s murder
    PESHAWAR: Former federal minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Murad Saeed has raised important questions regarding the killing of senior journalist Arshad Sharif in Kenya, ARY News reported on Sunday. “On whose directives, cases were registered against Arshad Sharif? Who was threatening him? Who forced him to leave United Arab... Read more »



    Portugal Resident

  • New suspicion of ‘incompatibility’ hits government
    New suspicion of ‘incompatibility’ hits government Portugal Resident As President admits 2023 will be “first big test” for PS legislature Yet another ‘suspicion of incompatibility’ has hit the PS government this weekend – centring on the wife this time of the secretary of state for infrastructure and housing, Hugo Mendes.... Read more »
  • “Highly dangerous” – constitutionalist “regrets” political decision to review Portuguese Constitution
    “Highly dangerous” – constitutionalist “regrets” political decision to review Portuguese Constitution Portugal Resident “… when there are so many problems facing the country” Today (Sunday) national media is highlighting the concerns of Portuguese constitutionalist Jorge Miranda over proposed changes to the country’s constitution. Mr Miranda’s focus has been on only... Read more »
  • Preventive custody for 31 of 35 people arrested for ‘immigrant slavery in Alentejo’
    Preventive custody for 31 of 35 people arrested for ‘immigrant slavery in Alentejo’ Portugal Resident Judge Carlos Alexandre decided on Saturday that 31 of the people arrested in raids on Cuba, in the Alentejo, last week will need to remain in preventive custody. Eight of these have been allowed home... Read more »
  • One year on from closure of coal-fired power production in Abrantes
    One year on from closure of coal-fired power production in Abrantes Portugal Resident “Feeling of loss; some optimism” A year since the end of coal-fired power production at Pego Thermoelectric Plant near Abrantes, the population feels the social and economic loss but also optimism about the future, reports Lusa today.... Read more »
  • Osprey, the winter visitor
    Osprey, the winter visitor Portugal Resident In many of the coastal lagoons and estuaries, often disguised amongst flocks of gulls, is a winter migrant. Although occasionally spotted during the warmer months, the osprey (or western osprey to give the full name) is a winter migrant to the warmer Algarve winter.... Read more »
  • Civil protection tests emergency plan for ‘rupture of Barragem de Bravura’
    Civil protection tests emergency plan for ‘rupture of Barragem de Bravura’ Portugal Resident Just after 6pm this evening a press release went out to news offices informing of an official ‘exercise’ which took place earlier today to ‘test the emergency plan for a risk of rupture of Barragem de Bravura’... Read more »
  • CASA Social Club visits Guia for dinner
    CASA Social Club visits Guia for dinner Portugal Resident CASA Social Club visited Cantinho do Almareado in Guia for the first time this month. By the end of the evening, the consensus of opinion was that it should not be the last! Once members got themselves sorted out with friends... Read more »




    Five Thirty Eight

  • VideoThe World Cup’s New High-Tech Ball Will Change Soccer Forever
    When the 2022 World Cup made its debut on Sunday, it kicked off one of the most significant in-game uses of technology in sports history. All tournament long, match balls will contain a sensor that collects spatial positioning data in real time — the first World Cup to employ such... Read more »
  • When Did The Party Of Reagan End?
    In the popular understanding of American history, President Ronald Reagan’s tenure in office marked the beginning of a new era for the Republican Party and American politics. His presidency served as a blueprint for subsequent GOP politicians and even helped inspire a tack to the center amongst the New Democrats.... Read more »
  • DYBT … Trump Is The Frontrunner For The 2024 GOP Nomination?
    Nate Silver breaks down former President Donald Trump’s odds of securing the 2024 GOP presidential candidacy on “This Week.”... Read more »
  • Politics Podcast: How The ’90s Shaped Today’s GOP
    In the popular understanding of American history, President Ronald Reagan’s tenure in office marked the beginning of a new era for the Republican Party and American politics. His presidency served as a blueprint for subsequent GOP politicians and even helped inspire a tack to the center amongst the New Democrats.... Read more »
  • How A Data Processing Error Changed Our Deluxe Forecast
    Soon after the midterm elections, we began our regular process of evaluating how FiveThirtyEight’s forecasts performed. We quickly discovered an error: We were using out-of-date data for one important source used in the Deluxe version of our forecast. Although this had little impact on the topline numbers for each party’s... Read more »
  • So You Think You Can Explain The Election
    The election is over. The results are (mostly) in. Time to decide what it all means.​ That’s a particularly popular activity in a year when Democrats pulled off something of an upset — their successes going against historical expectations and the popular narrative that suggested Republicans were set to sweep... Read more »
  • VideoThe New Jersey Devils Are Scorching The NHL Again
    As the wise philosopher David Puddy once said: “Don’t mess with the Devils, buddy. We’re number one, we beat anybody!” And that was more or less true throughout the 1990s and the 2000s. Across those two decades, only the dynastic Detroit Red Wings racked up more points in the NHL... Read more »




    The Bulwark

  • Compassion, Forgiveness, and Love
    This Thanksgiving, with the backdrop of the war raging in Ukraine and the women of Iran demanding changes to how they are treated, and the relentless message from the media of just how much we all hate each other, I wanted to share the following thought. You are an ape.... Read more »
  • Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen
    [Editor’s note: O. Henry is the master of the twist ending, and in that regard this 1905 short story does not disappoint. But beyond the twist and the author’s omnipresent irony, “Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen” challenges us to think more deeply about courtesy, philanthropy, gratitude, and above all, what it... Read more »
  • This Thanksgiving, Listen
    We are heading towards the dark months when students approach the stress of finals, upcoming holidays, and possibly getting the flu or COVID. Again. And now another school shooting on November 13 in Charlottesville, Virginia, with three University of Virginia students killed and two more wounded, the mass shooting last... Read more »
  • ‘The Highest Appreciation Is Not to Utter Words But to Live by Them’
    [Editor’s note: President John F. Kennedy issued the following eloquent proclamation of Thanksgiving in November 1963. He did not live to see the holiday.] By the President of the United States of America A ProclamationOver three centuries ago, our forefathers in Virginia and in Massachusetts, far from home in a... Read more »
  • Trump’s Day in Court (and Court and Court and Court)
    Given all the headlines about the new special counsel taking over the federal investigations of Donald Trump’s criminal involvement in January 6th and his storage of classified documents at Mar-a-Lago, it’s easy to lose track of his many other legal battles. But this week brought a veritable pu-pu platter of... Read more »
  • The Last Authoritarian World Cup
    In 1986, the International Olympic Committee voted to split the Winter and Summer Olympics so they would alternate every two years instead of occurring together every four years. The new tradition began in 1994 with the Lillehammer Winter Olympics, site of the infamous showdown between figure skaters Nancy Kerrigan and... Read more »
  • Kari Lake’s Election Denial Isn’t About 2022. It’s About 2024.
    Cynics of the world, unite. Kari Lake will lead you. Or at least she’ll be #2 on the ticket. That’s where her sights are set in the presidential sweepstakes: “Trump-Lake 2024” is the bumper sticker she’s printing in her mind. The signs of Lake’s sub rosa vice-presidential campaign are clear.... Read more »

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