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    AllAfrica News: Angola

  • UNHCR Highlights Social Inclusion of Refugees in Angola
    [ANGOP] Dundo -- The representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Angola, Vito Trani, on Wednesday praised the Angolan government's support, through its public policies towards the socio-economic inclusion and protection of refugees.... Read more »
  • Minister Highlights Importance of UN Conference On Water
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- The minister of Energy and Waters, João Baptista Borges, said Wednesday in New York, USA, that the United Nations Conference on Water, taking place on March 22-24 in New York, was extremely important as it allowed the sharing of experiences on improving access to water for the... Read more »
  • Angola Supports Convention Against Biological Weapons
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Angola on Wednesday participated in the presentation of the project to support the universalisation and effective implementation of the convention on biological weapons in Africa, at a session held in Geneva (Switzerland).... Read more »
  • Minint Invests in Training of Prison Rehabilitation Operators
    [ANGOP] Malanje -- The acting provincial delegate of the Ministry of Interior (MININT), João da Silva, pointed out on Monday the training of prison rehabilitation operators as the priority action of the agency, aiming at improving the re-education process in prisons.... Read more »
  • Government Aims for Detailed Soil Studies
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- The secretary of State for Agriculture and Livestock, João da Cunha, considered today, in Luanda, the need to carry out more detailed studies of the soil to guarantee the suitability of the land available for the National Plan for the Promotion of Grain Production (Planagrão).... Read more »
  • Angola Needs to Allocate 10 Percent of State Budget to Improve Water and Sanitation Sector
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- The improvement of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector in Angola requires an annual investment of about 10 percent of the General State Budget (OGE).... Read more »
  • Angola Participates in the Iv African Cinema Exhibit in Brazil
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Angola is due to take part in the 4th African Cinema exhibition in Brazil, organised by the Faculty of Letters of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) of that South American country, to be held from March 22 to 25.... Read more »

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  • National Theatre calls for end to Rex building sit-in
    The Greek National Theater's board threatened legal action against a group of squatters who took over its Rex venue in downtown Athens as part of a wider protest by artists over their educational qualifications, if they do not clear the area by March 27. ... Read more »
  • A dream whose time has come: The Demos Center
    A few years ago, I was contemplating the state of our world. Unrest. Poverty. A pandering profit-seeking news media. Violence. Income inequality. A warming planet. Intimidating, menacing nationalistic leaders. And politicians and governments not responding to the needs, sometimes desperate needs, of the people they serve.... Read more »
  • Greece’s plan to overhaul the EU’s power grid ahead of green transition
    Greece is putting forward a plan to overhaul the EU’s electricity grids in order to lay the foundations for a massive rollout of renewable power.... Read more »
  • Here are the countries that have bans on TikTok
    A growing number of countries in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific have banned the popular video-sharing app TikTok from government devices as privacy and cybersecurity concerns increase. A handful have prohibited the app altogether.... Read more »
  • Health ministry, Unicef pledge to combat child obesity in Greece
    Greece and UNICEF on Thursday signed a cooperation agreement to help prevent and combat child obesity on Thursday.... Read more »
  • Greek health authorities announce 75 Covid-related deaths
    The National Organization for Public Health (EODY) announced on Thursday that a total of 75 Covid-19 related deaths were recorded between March 13 and March 19, while intubations eased to 71. The rate of new intubations over that period was 36% less than the average in the previous four weeks.... Read more »
  • Municipalities collected over 1.5 tonnes of aid for quake-stricken Syria, Turkey
    The municipalities of Greece have collected over 1.5 tons of humanitarian aid that has been sent to the victims of the deadly earthquakes that hit Syria and Turkey last month.... Read more »


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  • NADRA initiates ‘Pak ID Mobile App’ identity services
    ISLAMABAD: National Database & Registration Authority (NADRA) has initiated the ‘Pak ID Mobile App’, bringing Identity services to the mobile screens of the citizens. Citizens can now process applications for their identity cards and documents by using the app. After completing the process through the app, the applicant could get... Read more »
  • PTI’s Farrukh Habib summoned by FIA
    FAISALABAD: The Anti-Corruption Wing of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has summoned Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Farrukh Habib tomorrow (Friday) on the charges of alleged misuse of authority and corruption, ARY News reported on Thursday. According to a notice, the PTI leader has been asked to appear before the FIA’s Anti-Corruption... Read more »
  • Asia Cup to be held in Pakistan with India playing on neutral venue: report
    LAHORE: Asia Cup 2023 is likely to be played in Pakistan with India playing their matches on a neutral venue, ARY News reported on Thursday, citing a report by international media. According to a report, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are... Read more »
  • Imran Khan condemns ‘abduction’ of PTI activist Azhar Mashwani
    ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has condemned the ‘abduction’ of party’s social media head Azhar Mashwani, castigating Islamabad and Punjab police for ‘breaking all the laws with impunity’, ARY News reported on Thursday. Taking to Twitter, the former premier claimed that Azhar Mashwani was... Read more »
  • PTI contacts with UN human rights council against violence
    Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) wrote a letter to United Nations (UN) human rights council against the police treatment meted out to party leaders and workers, ARY News reported on Thursday. PTI leader Shireen Mazari on Thursday wrote a letter against the violence with the party workers to the UN representative Dr... Read more »
  • Azam Nazeer Tarar calls for grand dialogue to bring down ‘political heat’
    Law Minister Azam Nazeer Tarar has called for a Grand National dialogue among all stakeholders, including politicians, to bring down political heat and hold simultaneous elections for national and provincial assemblies. Talking to the media in Islamabad this afternoon, Azam Nazeer said Pakistan is facing serious economic and security challenges... Read more »
  • PTI constitutes legal team for release of ‘arrested workers’
    LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Thursday constituted a 10-member legal team for the release of party workers – who were arrested during raids in Islamabad and Lahore, ARY News reported. The decision was taken during a legal committee meeting chaired by PTI senior leader Dr Yasmin Rashid. Mehmood ur Rasheed... Read more »



    Portugal Resident

  • Portimão maternity closed until Monday
    Portimão maternity closed until Monday Portugal Resident Maternity ward has been closing over the weekend every two weeks Portimão Hospital’s maternity unit closed once again at 9am this morning (March 23), only due to reopen at 9am on Monday (March 27). In other words, pregnant women who go into labour... Read more »
  • Portugal’s telecoms charges storm ahead of rest of Europe
    Portugal’s telecoms charges storm ahead of rest of Europe Portugal Resident EU sees 0.1% increase in bills over 12 months; Portugal registers 1.7% For a country with some of the lowest pay levels in the European Union, it has long been remarked that Portugal’s citizens conversely pay some of the... Read more »
  • Local Albufeira swimmer breaks four national records in Italy
    Local Albufeira swimmer breaks four national records in Italy Portugal Resident A 17-year-old swimmer representing Futebol Clube de Ferreiras (FCF), Enzo Messence, competing in his first international competition at the World Series Para Swimming Championships in Lignano, Italy, set four new Portuguese national records and qualified for two finals. During... Read more »
  • Algarve History Association events
    Algarve History Association events Portugal Resident The Great Earthquake of 1755 in the Algarve Tuesday, March 28, Lagoa Municipal Library, 6pm Friday, March 31, Tavira Municipal Library, 11am Earthquakes happen in the Algarve almost every day, and most of them are fortunately minor and unfelt by most people. The last major... Read more »
  • MotoGP to bring 65,000 spectators to Algarve
    MotoGP to bring 65,000 spectators to Algarve Portugal Resident Miguel Oliveira was welcomed to great fanfare in Portimão Around 65,000 spectators are expected to be in the stands for the MotoGP Grand Prix of Portugal which will take place at the Algarve International Circuit (AIA) in Portimão this weekend (March... Read more »
  • Happy cows, happy cheese
    Happy cows, happy cheese Portugal Resident How seeing things from a different point of view can change everything A dairy farmer’s lot is generally not a happy one. Portuguese dairy farmers are forever bemoaning the low prices paid for their milk; the fact that their lives are a ‘misery’ –... Read more »
  • Greta K: fire’s out; no pollution risk so far; time for tow into Leixões
    Greta K: fire’s out; no pollution risk so far; time for tow into Leixões Portugal Resident With the fire onboard finally out, the Greta K tanker carrying diesel and jet fuel is due to be towed into Leixões port, where the releasing of her cargo will hopefully be able to... Read more »




    Five Thirty Eight

  • Why Is Biden Moving To The Political Center?
    Transcript Nathaniel Rakich: Joe Biden is racing toward the political center. First, reports surfaced that his administration may resume detaining immigrant families who cross the border illegally. Then he came out in favor of blocking a Washington, D.C., law that would have reduced the penalties for certain crimes. Finally, he... Read more »
  • VideoCould These MLB Dinosaurs Recreate Albert Pujols’s 2022 Renaissance?
    2022 brought baseball fans a handful of gifts, headlined by Aaron Judge’s all-around excellence and Shohei Ohtani continuing to be Shohei Ohtani. But a few months of Albert Pujols’s farewell season were just as historic. Serving as designated hitter for his old team, the St. Louis Cardinals, Pujols put up... Read more »
  • VideoWho Are The Brightest Stars Left In March Madness?
    As the men’s and women’s NCAA tournaments roll into their second week, starting with tonight’s slate of Sweet 16 men’s games, it’s time to take stock of just who the best and most exciting performers have been in March Madness so far. To that end, let’s look at a ranking... Read more »
  • Recess Is Good For Kids. Why Don’t More States Require It?
    Several years ago, a team of sociologists flew from California to an East Coast school to observe the kindergarteners’ recess for their research. The team waited on the playground, but the children never showed up. When they later asked the principal why, he told them that the lunch staff had... Read more »
  • What We Know About Trump’s Legal Troubles
    Despite a near-constant swirl of legal problems, former President Donald Trump has managed to avoid indictment so far. But one prosecutor seems poised to take the plunge and become the first to criminally indict a former president. Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney, is reportedly close to filing charges for... Read more »
  • VideoThe Best Way To Derail An NBA Offense? Make It Waste Time.
    In the modern NBA, there is no resource more valuable than time on the shot clock. In fact, it’s the only thing that teams can’t score without. While it’s tough to put the ball in the basket if you don’t have a high-level ball handler or marksmen to knock down... Read more »
  • ‘Tis The Season … For Gonorrhea?
    We thought we were safe. The flu season was tapering off. Spring was in the air (sort of, some places). As flu cases flatlined through January and February, Americans breathed a sigh of relief, kicked up our collective feet … and immediately realized we’d accidentally ingested norovirus and made a... Read more »




    The Bulwark

  • Why Trump’s Hush Money Matters
    Donald Trump’s defenders would love for people to believe that the former president entered into totally normal, by-the-book, run-of-the-mill legal agreements with adult film actress Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal to purchase their silence, and that he did so in a way that was agreeable and beneficial to... Read more »
  • Jim Jordan’s Bogus Justification for Attacking the Manhattan D.A.
    As the country awaits an anticipated criminal indictment of former President Donald Trump, Republican members of Congress have tried to get out ahead of the news by trashing Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney expected to bring the charges. The rhetoric of Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) went the furthest; he... Read more »
  • Expecting a Trump Indictment, Republicans Attack the Prosecutor
    Over the weekend, MAGA Republicans trotted out their talking points on the anticipated New York indictment of Donald Trump for the $130,000 hush-money payment he made to Stormy Daniels on the eve of the 2016 election. If the allegations are true, buying her silence to prevent a second Access Hollywood-type... Read more »
  • Is Ukraine’s Window for Victory Closing?
    Slowly but surely, tension is ramping up among Ukraine’s Western allies over a counteroffensive to be launched by Kyiv this year. It’s unclear when the expected attack will begin, or where it will fall, but hopes are high that it will turn the tide of the war decisively in Ukraine’s... Read more »
  • The Grim Trends on Loneliness and Mortality
    You might think that this is an excellent time to be surgeon general of the United States. After all, we’ve just exited the worst pandemic in 100 years. We’re still sniping at one another over what precautions were right and wrong, but today, wherever you go, masks are mostly off,... Read more »
  • The Progressive Case for Free Speech
    The protesting students did not want to hear it, not a word of it. “Shut it down!” they shouted, as others lined up to enter the event. The dozens of protesters who turned out on March 9 for a joint appearance of right-wing luminaries Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens at... Read more »
  • What Happens When Russia’s Criminal Soldiers Come Home
    Recently, a Russian friend who left the country years ago got in touch to ask me if I could talk to her former colleague, a woman was finally ready to leave too and needed some advice and reassurance. This colleague, let’s call her Maria, did not want to abandon her... Read more »