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    Trans Asia News Service

  • Israel, Turkey Restore Full Diplomatic Ties
    West AsiaIsraeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke on Wednesday and agreed on reinstating their respective ambassadors and general consuls, thus restoring full diplomatic ties.Lapid said in a statement that "restoring ties with Turkey is an important asset to the stability of the region and... Read more »
  • Author Salman Rushdie Off Ventilator
    WorldAuthor Salman Rushdie has been taken off a ventilator and is able to talk, a day after he was stabbed as he prepared to give a lecture in upstate New York.Rushdie, who penned a controversial book in 1980s drawing criticism from across the Muslim world, remained hospitalised with serious wounds,... Read more »
  • Israel Pummels Gaza With Airstrikes, Palestinian Resistance Responds
    WorldThe Israeli army continued its offensive campaign on the Gaza Strip into the night of 5 August, killing at least 10 people and injuring dozens more.Palestinian resistance groups launched dozens of rockets in retaliation, targeting Israeli settlements bordering Gaza. Several of these projectiles were intercepted by the Iron Dome air... Read more »
  • Israel wants US settle maritime row with Lebanon before Hezbollah deadline: Report
    West AsiaBeirut: Tel Aviv is reported to have sent an SOS to Washington urging it to finalize an agreement over its maritime border with Lebanon before the September deadline given by Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah.According to the military affairs correspondent of Israel's Channel 12, Nir Dvory, Tel Aviv is pressuring... Read more »
  • Sri Lanka: Presidential Secretariat Begins Operations After 100 Days of Unrest
    South AsiaColombo: Sri Lanka's Presidential Secretariat, which was stormed by a sea of anti-government protesters in early July, resumed operation from Monday amidst tight security, 107 days after the building's entry gate was blocked, officials said.The building's entry gate has been blocked by the protesters since April 9. On July... Read more »
  • Imran Khan Loses Court Battle, Faces No-Trust Vote On Saturday
    Southeast AsiaISLAMABAD: Pakistan's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Prime Minister Imran Khan's move to dissolve parliament was unconstitutional and called for lawmakers to return in two days, a decision that could spell the end of his premiership.The no confidence vote against Prime Minister Imran Khan will now be held on... Read more »
  • US to split $7 billion in Afghan assets between relief, 9/11 victims
    WorldWashington: US President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday unfreezing $7 billion in assets in the United States belonging to Afghanistan's central bank.The White House is freeing up the funds for humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and for compensation to the victims of the attacks of September 11, 2001.... Read more »



  • Ukrainian heavy artillery inflicts ‘hell’ on Russian lines near Bakhmut
    The use of heavy weapons supplied by the West in the fierce battle raging on the outskirts of Bakhmut, which was captured by Russia in May, is inflicting a significant toll on enemy lines, Ukrainian commanders have said.... Read more »
  • Russia’s Lavrov accuses West of direct fighting in Ukraine
    New York – Largely glossing over Ukraine, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on  Saturday (23 September) accused Western powers through their support to Ukraine of effectively having entered direct fighting against Moscow. “You can call it anything you want, but...... Read more »
  • Germany’s Baerbock joins chorus criticizing EU migration deal with Tunisia
    German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock joined a growing chorus of critics of the European Union's new migration deal with Tunisia, saying human rights and procedural faults ruled it out as a blueprint for the future.... Read more »
  • Polish PM tells Zelenskyy ‘never to insult Poles again’
    Poland's prime minister told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Friday (22 September) not to "insult" Poles, maintaining harsh rhetoric towards Kyiv after the Polish president had sought to defuse a simmering row over grain imports.... Read more »
  • Young European Conservatives in Brussels to discuss the future of Europe
    Conservatives across Europe gathered in Brussels for an event, organised by the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group, at the European Parliament to hammer out their suggestions for the future of European policymaking. The young are at the core of...... Read more »
  • France seeks EU funding trial for Le Pen’s far-right party
    Paris prosecutors said Friday (22 September) they were seeking to put far-right leader Marine Le Pen and 26 associates on trial over claims they used EU funds to finance party activities in France.... Read more »
  • EU needs a counterbalance to integration drive, say leading conservatives
    The EU should focus on doing less but doing it better, leading conservatives concluded following a two-day summit of young delegates in Brussels this week, as they seek to counter the push towards more EU integration.... Read more »





  • Milei's ghost lingers over convention of rightwing leaders in BA
    The Libertad y Democracia Group of center-rightwing leaders gathered in Buenos Aires Friday to express its support to opposition candidate Patricia Bullrich of Juntos por el Cambio (JxC) of former President Mauricio Macri, who co-chaired the event "The ideas of freedom in the politics of the future" with Chile's Sebastián... Read more »
  • Uruguayan President's son makes football top-notch debut
    Luis Lacalle Ponce de León, son of Uruguay's current President Luis Lacalle Pou and grandson of former head of state Luis Alberto Lacalle Herrera (1990-1995), made his First Division football debut this week, it was reported in Montevideo.... Read more »
  • Bolsonaro did entertain coup plans, former aide tells
    Brazilian Army Lieutenant-Colonel Mauro Cid, a former aide-de-camps to then-President Jair Bolsonaro, has told the Federal Police as part of a plea bargain that, shortly after his defeat in the runoff to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the head of state was handed by his advisor Filipe Martins a draft... Read more »
  • Brazil's STF adjourns vote on decriminalizing abortion until face-to-face plenum
    Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) decided in a virtual gathering Friday to pass judgment on the decriminalization of abortion up to the 12th week of pregnancy during an on-site plenary session at a date yet to be determined, Agência Brasil reported.... Read more »
  • Latin America’s Growth Conundrum
    By Arminio Fraga, Guillermo Oritz and Andrés Velasco (*) – Since 1960, only a few countries in Latin America have narrowed the gap between their per capita income and that of the United States, while most of the region has lagged far behind. Making up for lost ground will require... Read more »
  • EU discussing approval of Roundup glyphosate for another ten years
    The European Commission has proposed extending approval of the controversial weed killer glyphosate, long manufactured under the name Roundup, by 10 years. Approval in the European Union for the agrichemical is due to lapse this December unless member states agree to a reauthorization.... Read more »
  • Brazil central bank lowers interest rate for second month running
    Brazil’s central bank this week lowered its interest rate by 50 basis points to 12.75% -- its second consecutive rate cut. Banco Central do Brasil last made a rate hike of 50 basis points in August 2022, carrying the rate to 13.75%, the highest since early 2017, and significantly up... Read more »





    AllAfrica News: Angola

  • Angolan President Denounces Existence of 'Invisible Hand' Interested in Destabilizing Africa
    [ANGOP] New York -- Angolan President João Lourenço denounced Wednesday at the United Nations headquarters, in the United States of America, the "existence of an invisible hand interested in destabilizing the African continent".... Read more »
  • President João Lourenço Defends Climate Change Fight
    [ANGOP] New York -- The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, defended this Wednesday in New York, United States of America (USA), the preservation of the Environment through the implementation of the Paris Agreement on Climate Changes and the issue of biodiversity.... Read more »
  • President Considers Imperative Reforms At UN System
    [ANGOP] New York -- Angolan President, João Lourenço, on Wednesday in New York, United States of America, spoke of the need for reforms to be conducted at the United Nations (UN) system, especially the Security Council, with the aim to preserve world peace and stability.... Read more »
  • Angola Defends Peace Promotion Culture
    [ANGOP] New York -- The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, encouraged this Wednesday, in the United States of America, the promotion of a culture of peace to reinforce the stability and development of Africa.... Read more »
  • President João Lourenço Appeals for Solidarity Among Nations
    [ANGOP] New York -- The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, stated this Wednesday, in New York, United States of America (USA), that the Covid-19 pandemic demonstrated the importance and strength of solidarity among Nations, to face and resolve major global issues.... Read more »
  • Govt Proposes Climate Damage Fund at UNGA
    [ANGOP] New York -- Angola defended this Wednesday, at the headquarters of the United Nations, in the United States of America, the urgent establishment of a Fund for Losses and Damages, as an operational entity of the Financial Mechanism of the Climate Convention.... Read more »
  • João Lourenço Calls for Real Support for Africa
    [ANGOP] New York -- Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, on Wednesday in the United States called for real support for the building of infrastructures in Africa.... Read more »

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  • Torch Relay to partially close streets in Athens on Sunday
    A temporary suspension of traffic is in effect until 2 p.m. on Sunday in the center of Athens, due to the 3rd “IASON 23” Torch Relay Marathon promoting organ donation and transplantation.... Read more »
  • Greek business expansion in Dubai subject of October event
    An event designed to help Greek businesses expand in Dubai will be held at the Athens Chamber of Commerce & Industry (EBEA) on Thursday, October 12, it was announced last Thursday. ... Read more »
  • Thessaly region prepares to reopen schools
    Preparations are under way over the weekend to open schools across the flood-hit region of Thessaly on Monday so that pupils miss no more of the academic year.... Read more »
  • SYRIZA presidency election polls open
    The second round of elections for the main opposition party, SYRIZA’s presidency commenced at 8 a.m. on Sunday. The voters, members of SYRIZA, will choose between former labor minister Effie Achtsioglou and newcomer Stefanos Kasselakis.... Read more »
  • Working with communities
    One of the things the recent natural disasters have taught us is that the state needs to listen to local communities.... Read more »
  • Achtsioglou vs Polakis
    In a recent comment, Stefanos Kasselakis referred to his defeated rival for the SYRIZA leadership, Euclid Tsakalotos, by his full name, but to his chief rival in this Sunday’s runoff, Effie Achtsioglou, by her first name only. She’s just Effie to him.... Read more »
  • Three arrested for blackmail in Thessaloniki
    Three individuals were arrested and will be brought before a prosecutor for being involved in the blackmail of a 32-year old Thessaloniki man.... Read more »


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  • SNGPL disconnects 7,187 illegal gas connections in Punjab, KP
    LAHORE: In an effort to curb gas theft, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) continues its crackdown. The SNGPL has disconnected a total of 7,187 illegal gas connections in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Islamabad. According to the details, Sui Northern – as part of its crackdown – disconnected over 7,000... Read more »
  • Alligator killed after Florida woman’s body found in jaws
    An alligator was killed as it was removed from a creek in the US state of Florida along with a 41-year-old woman’s body, officials said Saturday. Police said they had responded to a report of a body seen in the creek in Largo, Florida, and that the 13-foot, 8.5-inch (4-meter)... Read more »
  • Mercury drops to 10 degree Celsius in Quetta
    QUETTA: Blowing cold winds in Quetta and other areas of Balochistan on Sunday morning, announcing about upcoming winter in the region, ARY News reported. Temperatures going down in the morning and evening times in Quetta, Balochistan’s capital city, as people have started keeping fans off. The Met Office recorded minimum... Read more »
  • VideoPunjab launches probe into vision loss through local injection
    LAHORE: The Punjab government has formed a committee to probe the loss of eyesight among dozens of patients allegedly after being administered locally manufactured injection, ARY News reported. The eyesight of as many as 40 diabetes patients was affected due to substandard injections in Lahore. Pakistan Peoples Party 9PP) leader... Read more »
  • French rapper MHD sentenced to 12 years in prison for youth’s murder
    PARIS: French rapper MHD was sentenced on Saturday to 12 years in prison for the 2018 murder of a young man in Paris who was rammed with a car before being set upon by a mob and stabbed. Five of his fellow defendants were also jailed over the killing, receiving... Read more »
  • VideoDengue cases tally reaches 3,522 in Punjab
    The dengue cases tally has reached 3,522 with the arrival of 126 more patients during the last 24 hours, ARY News reported on Friday. Secretary of Punjab Health Department, Ali Jan Khan said that 126 fresh cases of dengue were detected in the last 24 hours in 36 districts of... Read more »
  • Lahore areas receive light to heavy rainfall
    LAHORE: Different parts of Lahore received light to heavy rainfall on Sunday morning, ARY News reported. Lahore was under dark clouds in the morning. The city’s Karim Park, Ravi Road, Bhati Chowk, Qurtaba Chowk, Lukshmi Chowk, Johar Town, Faisal Town, Garden Town, Gulbarg, Ichhra, Islampura, Sabzazar and Farrukh Abad received... Read more »



    Portugal Resident

  • The Importance for Children of Rules and Routines
    The Importance for Children of Rules and Routines Portugal Resident After the excitement of back-to-school preparations, most school age children will now have begun the new academic school year. One of the ways that parents can help their children’s smooth transition into the new academic year and, indeed, all aspects... Read more »
  • Government prepares to approve TAP privatisation bill
    Government prepares to approve TAP privatisation bill Portugal Resident The Portuguese government is set to approve a law that will define the criteria for the privatisation of TAP at the next Council of Ministers meeting on September 28. At a debate in parliament last week, the prime minister underscored that... Read more »
  • Authorities evaluate ruling that could threaten future of Lagoa dos Salgados nature reserve
    Authorities evaluate ruling that could threaten future of Lagoa dos Salgados nature reserve Portugal Resident The court ruled in favour of the company wanting to build a “mega project” in Praia Grande, in the Municipality of Silves. The Algarve’s Regional Coordination and Development Commission (CCDR) is evaluating, together with other... Read more »
  • Founderz online business school expands to Portugal
    Founderz online business school expands to Portugal Portugal Resident Founderz, the Unconventional Business School that focuses on skill disruption, equipping individuals with the knowledge to navigate the future, could open in Portugal in 2024. The CEO and co-founder of the company, Pau Garcia-Milà, told Jornal Económico that despite its campus... Read more »
  • Portuguese company hopes to licence drug that prevents Parkinson’s progression
    Portuguese company hopes to licence drug that prevents Parkinson’s progression Portugal Resident A company based in Covilhã is in the process of finalising pre-clinical tests on an enzyme responsible for producing oxidative stress that can be shaped to levels that prevent the progression of Parkinson’s disease. NeuroSoV has contacts scheduled... Read more »
  • Galp to invest €128 million on Sines refinery
    Galp to invest €128 million on Sines refinery Portugal Resident Portugal’s oil and gas giant Galp is to invest €128 million on keeping its refinery at Sines in tip-top operational condition. Part of the industrial unit that houses the sole refinery left in Portugal after Matosinhos was deactivated this year,... Read more »
  • Mediterranean Climate Zones – the Plants of California
    Mediterranean Climate Zones – the Plants of California Portugal Resident California, like other Mediterranean climate zones, is situated on a southwest-facing coastline with high hills sheltering a lower lying coastal plain. Another feature common to similar zones are the densely occupied urban areas – Los Angeles, San Francisco and San... Read more »




    Five Thirty Eight

  • What Americans Think Of The Biden Impeachment Inquiry
    Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly-ish polling roundup. It’s officially impeachment season again. On Tuesday, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy announced that he’s directing three House committees to start investigating whether President Biden benefited from his son Hunter’s business dealings overseas. McCarthy accused the Biden family of “a culture of corruption,”... Read more »
  • The Second GOP Debate Could Be Smaller, With Or Without Trump
    The second Republican presidential primary debate is less than two weeks away, so time is running out for GOP contenders to meet the Republican National Committee’s qualification criteria. To make the Sept. 27 debate, each candidate must have at least 3 percent support in two qualifying national polls, or at... Read more »
  • The Senate Is Losing One Of Its Few Remaining Moderate Republicans
    On Wednesday, Utah Sen. Mitt Romney announced he would not run for reelection in 2024. On the surface, the electoral impact of Romney’s decision is minimal — his seat should stay safely in Republican hands. But it’s still notable because it represents the departure of one of the few remaining... Read more »
  • Why ‘Bidenomics’ Isn’t Working For Biden
    Welcome to FiveThirtyEight’s politics chat. The transcript below has been lightly edited. nrakich (Nathaniel Rakich, senior elections analyst): For a long time, the economy has been seen as a big liability for President Biden in his reelection bid. Inflation soared in 2021 and 2022, culminating at a rate of 9.1... Read more »
  • Why Biden Is Losing Support Among Voters Of Color
    Among the most politically tuned-in, last week saw the kind of hand-wringing and accusations of bias surrounding the polls that you’d usually expect from the final two months of a campaign, not the final year and two months of a campaign. The focus was largely on general election polls: Whether... Read more »
  • Politics Podcast: Polling Silly Season Begins
    Among the most politically tuned-in, last week saw the kind of hand-wringing and accusations of bias surrounding the polls that you’d usually expect from the final two months of a campaign, not the final year and two months of a campaign. The focus was largely on general election polls: Whether a Wall Street... Read more »
  • Ron DeSantis Probably Didn’t Turn Florida Red
    In his presidential campaign, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has pitched himself as a transformational leader who has reshaped the politics of his home state. His 2022 reelection by 19 percentage points “was not just a big victory,” he has argued. “It was really a fundamental realignment of Florida from being... Read more »




    The Bulwark

  • Labor Day: ‘Building, Breaking, Rebuilding’
    Perhaps the most famous lines Carl Sandburg (1878–1967) ever wrote were from this 1914 poem, “Chicago,” describing the city where he lived in the 1910s. The toughness of commerce and vitality of labor in Chicago are inseparable from the city’s fuller character—the joyful and the unseemly aspects alike. Hog Butcher... Read more »
  • Labor Day: How Political and Economic Freedom Are Linked
    On September 6, 1936, the eve of Labor Day, President Franklin Roosevelt delivered his eighth “Fireside Chat.” Although his New Deal program had seen some policy successes—including the passage in 1935 of the Social Security Act—the Great Depression was still far from over, the unemployment rate remained above 20 percent,... Read more »
  • Let’s Make July Fourth a True Independence Day 
    [This article was originally published on July 3, 2020.] On July 5, 1852, the great African-American statesman Frederick Douglass asked a provocative question at a Rochester Independence Day event: “What, to the slave, is the Fourth of July?” His question still resonates and demands that we come to grips with... Read more »
  • What It Takes to Protect the “Fundamentals of 1776”
    [President Roosevelt delivered this brief radio address from his home in Hyde Park, New York on July 4, 1941—six months after his historic third inauguration, four months after the enactment of the Lend-Lease Act permitting the United States to send desperately needed materiel to the nations fighting the Nazis, and... Read more »
  • This July Fourth, Remember the ‘Founding Scoundrels’
    As Americans celebrating Independence Day, we tend to want to remember the ideal promised by the new nation: that the United States would be a place where high-minded people led virtuous citizens in a spirit of well-ordered liberty. That’s what Thomas Paine meant in 1776 when he wrote that “we... Read more »
  • Alan Arkin, 1934–2023
    In the commentary track for the Blu-ray release of David Mamet and James Foley’s Glengarry Glen Ross (1992), Alan Arkin—the great actor died on June 29, at the venerable age of 89—who plays the cowed and brooding real estate salesman/con man George Aaronow in the film, explains how he managed... Read more »
  • GOP Rivals’ Merch Stores Are Open
    As candidates seeking the Republican nomination for president throw their hats into the ring, their campaigns are offering hats for sale—along with a whole bunch of other stuff, from T-shirts to yard signs to sunglasses straps. Besides helping spread campaign messaging, these sales draw in revenue that can, in turn,... Read more »