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    AllAfrica News: Angola

  • Oil Surplus to Fund Public Projects
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Oil revenue surplus to be collected this year will be earmarked for the implementation of the 2021 budget's Public Investment Programme projects, said Friday the Angolan head of State, João Lourenço.... Read more »
  • Tax Revenue Increases By 26 Percent - President
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Angolan head of State João Lourenço said Friday that the country's Tax Revenue projections indicate an increase of around 26 percent of 2021 General State Budget (OGE), which is estimated at 13.5 billion kwanzas.... Read more »
  • Sasscal Appoints Angola's Technology & Innovation Minister As New Chair
    [Namibia Economist] The Southern African Science Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management (SASSCAL) Council of Ministers has appointed Angolan Minister for Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Maria do Rosário Bragança Sambo as Chairperson.... Read more »
  • Angolan State Starts Recognizing Catholic Marriages
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- The marriages performed by the Catholic Church are henceforth recognized by the Angolan State, under the Framework Agreement signed between the Holy See and the Republic of Angola.... Read more »
  • Nigerians in Angola Commend Govt, Angolan Govt Over Direct Flight to Lagos
    [This Day] Nigerians living in Angola have commended the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, his Angolan counterpart, President João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço and the Nigerian Ambassador to Angola, Prof. Monique Ekpong for the relief brought by the restoration of direct flights from Angola to Nigeria.... Read more »
  • Angolan and Portuguese Ombuds Sign Cooperation Agreement
    [ANGOP] Lisbon -- The Ombuds Offices of Angola and Portugal signed on Tuesday, in Lisbon, an agreement aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation ties.... Read more »
  • Angolan Foreign Minister Meets With Russian Counterpart
    [ANGOP] Luanda -- Foreign Affairs minister, Téte António, held a working meeting this Wednesday, in Moscow, with his Russian counterpart, Serguey Lavrov, to review important issues of common interest that appear on bilateral and multilateral agendas.... Read more »

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    India News, India Breaking News, Latest news headlines in India - Oneindia News

  • How the Heron drones are keeping a close eye on Chinese activity along LAC
    New Delhi, Oct 18: The Indian Army's aviation base with the heron drones is playing a major role and keeping a close eye on the Chinese activities along the Line of Actual Control in Arunachal Pradesh. The base is... Read more »
  • Extortion case: Jacqueline Fernandez skips ED summons for fourth time
    Mumbai, Oct 18: Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez skipped her questioning again on Monday in connection with the Rs 200 crore extortion case in connection with a money laundering case being probed against alleged conman Sukesh Chandrashekar. This is the fourth time that she... Read more »
  • Indian security forces get non-lethal weapons inspired by traditional weapons to tackle Chinese army
    New Delhi, Oct 18: The Indian security forces have been provided non-lethal weapons to tackle the Chinese along the Line of Actual Control. A UP-based firm has developed non-lethal weapons inspired by traditional Indian weapons for security forces following the... Read more »
  • DVAC files corruption case against another AIADMK leader C Vijayabaskar, raids 43 locations
    Chennai, Oct 18: The the Vigilance anti-corruption department has launched simultaneous raids at 43 locations linked to former Tamil Nadu health minister C. Vijayabaskar on Monday. The raids are being carried out by the vigilance officers on properties belonging... Read more »
  • Will Maharashtra lift Covid curbs after Diwali? Uddhav Thackeray's meet with covid-19 task force today
    Mumbai, Oct 18: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray will hold a meeting with the Covid-19 task force on Monday to discuss the easing of restrictions in the state. Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope on Sunday said that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray along... Read more »
  • NEET 2021 result later this month
    New Delhi, Oct 18: With the NEET 2021 answer challenge window getting over the results are all set to be declared. The results once declared will be available on the official website. The window to raise objections got over... Read more »
  • CBSE Date Sheet 2021: Time Table for Class 10, 12 term 1 exams today
    New Delhi, Oct 18: The CBSE board exam 2021 date sheet will be released today. The same once released will be available on the official website. The board has said that the date sheets for the Class 10 and 12 exams... Read more »





  • Greek Actor, Manolis Emmanouel, Who Moved ‘Stonehenge’ for Safekeeping
    Greek actor Manolis Emmanouel moved a fake Stonehenge for Safekeeping on YouTube, advocating the return of the Parthenon sculptures to Greece. Read the full story on Read more »
  • The Greek Rhythm and Blues Legend Who Passed as Black
    While James Brown was seen as the Godfather of soul music, for many music critics Johnny Otis was considered the Godfather of rhythm and blues. But what his many fans across the U.S.A. did not know was that he was actually a Greek-American. In his long career, Johnny Otis wore... Read more »
  • Mykonos vs Santorini: The Ultimate Battle of the Greek Giants
    Mykonos and Santorini are the absolute giants when it comes to a holiday on the Greek islands. Pictures of the two islands are often on the cover of tourist guides to Greece, while  the names of famous people who visit the country are very often connected to one of the... Read more »
  • John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and his Admiration for Greece
    The life of John D. Rockefeller Jr. reads like a long, fascinating novel, with a chapter dedicated to his love for ancient Greece. He was the heir of the first billionaire in history, John D. Rockefeller, the richest man in the  world. He was also a great philanthropist. John D.... Read more »
  • The Astonishing Story of the First Female Greek Immigrant to Australia
    Ekaterini Plessou-Crummer, the first female Greek immigrant to Australia in the mid-1800s, has an incredible personal story that is filled with encounters with historical figures of the Greek War of Independence. Plessou was born in a small village in Thesprotia in 1810. Her father, Giorgos, was a merchant from Serres,... Read more »
  • New Book Unravels Mystery of Antikythera Mechanism
    A new book titled “Antikythera Mechanism: The Story Behind the Genius of the Greek Computer and Its Demise” by Greek historian and ecopolitical theorist Evaggelos Vallianatos seeks to unravel the mystery of the world’s first computer. In the book, Vallianatos argues that ancient Greeks made incredible advancements in science, technology,... Read more »
  • Korean National Anthem Performed on Bouzouki by Greek Composer
    Award-winning Greek musician and composer Tsalikian Miran honored 60 years of friendship between Korea and Greece by playing the Korean national anthem on the bouzouki, an iconic Greek instrument. This was the first time that the bouzouki was used to play the national anthem of a nation, apart from Greece,... Read more »




  • VideoPakistan’s desire for peace must not be misconstrue: PAF chief
    RISALPUR: Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar on Monday cautioned that Pakistan’s desire for peace should not be misunderstood as its weakness, ARY News reported.  Addressing a passing out parade at Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Asghar Khan Academy Risalpur, PAF air chief said Pakistan desires peace... Read more »
  • VideoNepra told to submit report on Karachi electrocution deaths
    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Monday directed the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) to furnish a report about deaths in rains due to electrocution in Karachi. A two-judge bench of the SHC was hearing a petition filed by the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) seeking action against K-Electric over poor... Read more »
  • Roads to Babusar Top, Chilas suspended after heavy snowfall
    CHILAS: After continuous and heavy lashing of rain and snow since yesterday in the region, the ways leading into Chilas and Gilgit via Babusar Top-Naran Highway have been rendered blockaded, ARY News reported on Monday. The swathes of Gilgit Baltistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa recieve heavy rain and snow that has... Read more »
  • China condemns US, Canada for sending warships through Taiwan Strait
    BEIJING/TAIPEI: The Chinese military on Sunday condemned the United States (US) and Canada for each sending a warship through the Taiwan Strait last week, saying they were threatening peace and stability in the region. China claims democratically-ruled Taiwan as its own territory, and has mounted repeated air force missions into... Read more »
  • Red light, green cash: Squid Game helps revive Indonesian cafe
    JAKARTA: An Indonesian cafe is jumping on the global Squid Game bandwagon, hoping to fuel its pandemic recovery by recreating some of the games from the South Korean television series in its cafe space. In a dark room with neon lights, patrons are greeted by staff dressed as the ominous... Read more »
  • Islamabad continues to report spike in dengue cases
    ISLAMABAD: Islamabad continues to report a spike in dengue fever cases as 141 more surfaced in the capital during the past 24 hours. Of the new cases, 61 were reported in rural areas while 80 in urban areas, sources said, adding a total of 2,089 people have got infected with... Read more »
  • Pakistan’s COVID-19 positivity rate continues to drop
    ISLAMABAD: The Covid-19 pandemic claimed 11 more lives in Pakistan during the past 24 hours, taking the death toll to 28,280. According to the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), 663 more people got infected with the viral disease, lifting the nationwide tally of confirmed infections to 1,265,047. Statistics 18... Read more »



    Portugal Resident

  • DGS changes vaccination rules for ‘Covid recovered’
    In another change in vaccination protocols, Portugal’s DGS health authority has announced that people who have recovered from Covid-19 and are considered to be fully-vaccinated in this country with only one dose of vaccine, can now request a second dose … if they want to travel to countries like the... Read more »
  • British ‘drug gran’ dies alone in Portuguese jail
    Just as she feared, a British grandmother convicted of smuggling cocaine while on a luxury cruise, has died alone in a Portuguese jail. The UK Express broke the news today, describing ‘insiders’ as saying Susan Clarke’s final days were spent in “so much pain” in a “rat infested cell”. According... Read more »
  • Wild horses let loose in Sintra ‘natural park’
    A little group of wild ‘Garrano’ horses has been let loose in Sintra natural park – the idea being that their grazing will minimise fire risks, while they procreate and help their endangered breed come back from the brink. Garranos are an ancient breed with many similarities to the Dartmoor... Read more »
  • How to retire to Portugal with financial peace of mind
    Anyone recently retired or approaching retirement is entering a new and exciting phase in life. While some worry retirement will be boring, many embrace the freedom it offers. If you have chosen to retire in Portugal, you probably fall into the latter category! Portugal certainly offers a beneficial lifestyle for... Read more »
  • Citizens still battling to ensure rogue avocado plantation does as it has been ordered
    Determined citizens in a rural backwater northwest of Lagos are still battling to get a rogue avocado plantation to do as it has been ordered by government-backed authorities (click here). Six months since the massive agricultural project was handed an ‘unfavourable’ declaration of environmental impact – meaning it has to... Read more »
  • Atocha Hotel Madrid
    Hotel review Patrick Stuart enjoys a stopover in the Spanish capital at Europe’s first Tapestry Collection hotel by Hilton Covid restrictions have changed the way we travel, and those of us who have done our utmost to keep on travelling during these unusual times often find ourselves taking routes we... Read more »
  • Over-65s to receive flu vaccines and Covid booster jabs simultaneously
    From Monday October 18 Portugal’s oldest citizens will start receiving vaccines against the flu and booster jabs against Covid-19 simultaneously. DGS health chief Graça Freitas announced the decision yesterday – in spite of the fact that earlier in the week the vaccine technical commission had intimated that ‘the ideal’ would... Read more »




    Five Thirty Eight

  • Local News Is Vanishing. What Does That Mean For American Politics?
    Elaine Godfrey, a staff writer at The Atlantic, joins the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast to discuss her recent article about what happened when a local paper disappeared from a small Iowa town. And Danny Hayes, a political science professor at George Washington University, also joins to talk about his research on... Read more »
  • Can You Hit These Riddles Out Of The Park?
    Welcome to The Riddler. Every week, I offer up problems related to the things we hold dear around here: math, logic and probability. Two puzzles are presented each week: the Riddler Express for those of you who want something bite-size and the Riddler Classic for those of you in the... Read more »
  • Why The Virginia Governor’s Race Is So Close
    Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly polling roundup. Election Day 2021 is only about two weeks away, and the big race to watch is undoubtedly Virginia’s gubernatorial contest. A still-somewhat purple state with a Democratic lean in recent presidential elections, Virginia will be viewed by many as a bellwether for the... Read more »
  • Justin Herbert And Lamar Jackson Are Crushing It … On Different Downs
    Football fans are in for an early treat this weekend. The Los Angeles Chargers and Baltimore Ravens face off during the early slate of games on Sunday, and the matchup looks to be a great one. According to our quality and game importance metrics, this is the game of the... Read more »
  • Politics Podcast: What Happens When Local News Disappears
    Local news is disappearing in towns across the country. From 2008 to 2019, the percentage of people who said they got their news from local papers every day fell by more than half. In the same time period, the number of newsroom jobs plummeted. The way Americans get their news... Read more »
  • The Fight Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Is Coming To Kids Next
    It took a small town chiropractor named Charles Brown to help vaccinate millions of kids for decades to come — all because he didn’t want to vaccinate his own. It was 1979 in Houston, Mississippi, and Brown needed to enroll his 6-year-old son in school. But state law required the... Read more »
  • Giants Or Dodgers? Game 5’s Winner Will Be In The World Series Driver’s Seat.
    This year’s San Francisco Giants-Los Angeles Dodgers division series was billed as a historic clash of dominant regular-season teams, with the two clubs combining to win a record 213 games over the preceding six months. By and large, it has lived up to that expectation: Every win by the perhaps-still-underrated... Read more »



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