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Libya army seeks parliament suspension

Libya army seeks parliament suspension

A Libyan military commander has called for the suspension of the interim parliament and the formation of a presidential committee to govern until new elections are held. “The national command of the Libyan army is declaring a movement for the new road map,” said Major General Khalifa Haftar in a Friday statement in which he [&hellip

Strong winds hit UK flooded areas

Strong winds hit UK flooded areas

At least one man has been killed and thousands of homes and businesses left without power as strong gusts of wind continue to lash various parts of Britain. On a day dubbed “wild Wednesday,” hundreds of people were left stranded as trains were forced to stop on their tracks and major transport links came to [&hellip

Indonesians flee volcanic eruption

Indonesians flee volcanic eruption

A huge volcanic eruption in Indonesia’s main island of Java has forced thousands of people to flee their homes and closed three international airports. The alert status for Mount Kelud, which is regarded as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in Java, was raised late Thursday just hours before the eruption began. Authorities have announced [&hellip

Recruitment agency denies tax fraud, staff abuse claims

Recruitment agency denies tax fraud, staff abuse claims

EROLINK Recruitment Agency has refuted claims that it was swindling its recruits, under paying them and denying them due rights. Also, it has denied reports that the agency’s Director has fled the country with allegations of tax fraud in his trail. In a statement issued by the Public Relations Manager of the agency Larry Makala, [&hellip

Bank, govt sign 53b/- contract for Rusumo Falls Hydropower Project

Bank, govt sign 53b/- contract for Rusumo Falls Hydropower Project

Ministry of Finance Permanent Secretary Ramadhani Kijjah The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed a loan agreement of 52.8b/- with government of Tanzania to finance Rusumo Falls Hydropower Project at the borders of Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania and which is expected to generate 90MW to be shared equally among the member countries. Speaking in Dar [&hellip

CCTV to publicise Mount Kilimanjaro

CCTV to publicise Mount Kilimanjaro

President of the Chinese Mountaineering Association (CMA),Wang Yongfeng Kilimanjaro, the infamous roof of Africa will be getting much more publicity in the near future on the global broadcaster Chinese state television, China Central Television (CCTV). Speaking at the start of the week after a successful climb of the 5,895 meters high Mountain, President of the [&hellip

Govt fires 232, suspends 186 over misuse of funds

Govt fires 232, suspends 186 over misuse of funds

To ensure accountability and prevention of mismanagement of public funds, the government has been forced to dismiss, suspend warn or otherwise punish a good number of its servants. Minister of State, Prime Minister’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, Hawa Ghasia, told a news conference in Dar es Salaam yesterday that another 232 civil servants [&hellip

Stadium green light for City

Stadium green light for City

Manchester City have been granted planning permission to expand the capacity of the Etihad Stadium to more than 60,000. Manchester City Council confirmed that a planning application to add up 14,500 extra seats at the Etihad has been approved. The Premier League club want to increase both ends of the 47,670-capacity arena by 6,250 and [&hellip

Mathematics as beautiful as Art

Mathematics as beautiful as Art

Brain scans of a group of mathematicians have indicated that numbers and letters in a mathematical formula can evoke the same sense of beauty as artistic masterpieces and music. Under a study conducted by the University College London, 15 mathematicians were given 60 formulae to rate as beautiful, neutral or ugly. Two weeks later, researchers [&hellip

Somali radio run by female staff on air

Somali radio run by female staff on air

A radio station run by female staff has started working in Somalia on the World Radio Day, Press TV reports. Women in Somalia, one of the dangerous countries for journalists, have established Aman Radio in the capital Mogadishu. The radio station aims to help women’s voice be heard in a country where rape and domestic [&hellip