Egypt’s Morsi leads in early expatriate vote results Sun Jun 10, 2012 12:50PM GMT 0 Early results show Egyptian presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi has won 63 percent of the country’s expatriate votes.
Two days of clashes in southern Libya leave 23 dead Sun Jun 10, 2012 2:16PM GMT 0 At least 23 people have been killed in two days of clashes in southern Libya, as fighting between tribesmen continues.
POAC Chairman Zitto Kabwe The National Milling Corporation which was privatised a few years ago is still in operation, run by a single employee, according to the Parastatal Organisations Accounts Committee (POAC). The committee in a meeting with officials from the CHC, among other things disclosed that the state purchasing agency for foodstuffs, National
Residents of Pemba have expressed unqualified support for the 48-year old Tanzanian Union, saying those crusading for its dismantling do not have Zanzibar’s interests at heart. Speaking to The Guardian in separate interviews in Wete district, Mtemani resident Mrisho Juma Mtwana said that they do not support the move by Uamsho Forum of calling for
Lack of basic amenities including decent shelter renders the elderly victims of abject poverty. PHOTO | FILE Tanzania is a success story: rapid and sustainable growth (over six per cent since the late 1990s) with huge natural resource assets from arable agriculture lands to mines, and now natural gas and perhaps soon oil. Prospects
Mr George Suna, the vice chairman of Upendo Parish in Zanzibar shows the extent of damage caused by recent chaos in the Isles by people believed to be members of Uamsho.PHOTO | FILE Following the anti-Union riots in Zanzibar recently where churches were torched and scores injured, The Citizen interviewed a cross-section of Tanzanians to
EAC Secretary General, Dr Richard Sezibera The East African Community is expected to launch before the end of this year, a special project geared to boost maternal and child health in the region. Named ‘Open Health Initiative’, the project envisages to promote innovative interventions and enhance access to data and information for better results,
Currently, Iran exports more than 1,500 MW of electricity to the neighboring countries per second. A senior Iranian energy official says the government plans to turn the country into a hub for the transit of electricity to the European countries. Iran plans to facilitate power transit to Turkey and other European states by importing electricity
Iran’s Army tested various radar systems during its Tharallah defense drill that began on February 20, 2012. A senior Iranian commander says the air defense base of the Islamic Republic’s Army enjoys “100 percent command” over the country’s airspace and its surroundings. Deputy Commander of Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base General Shahrokh Shahram said
Commander of the Iranian Army’s Ground Forces Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan A senior Iranian commander has underscored the importance of vigilance against the enemies’ constant threats, saying the Islamic Republic will deliver a more fatal response to any attack on the country. The Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran enjoy very high