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California wildfire grows to 500 acres

California wildfire grows to 500 acres

A wildfire that broke out late Sunday night along the Big Sur coast, California, burned at least 15 homes by Monday evening and forced dozens of others to evacuate, fire officials said. The 500-acre blaze, which started near Pfeiffer Ridge Road in the Los Padres National Forest, was fueled by strong winds and was not [&hellip

Five teens shot in Texas shooting

Five teens shot in Texas shooting

Police said they had yet to sort out what led to gunfire that left five teenagershospitalized with gunshot wounds in Channelview, Texas. “Was it one group against each other or two separate groups? That’s the biggest part of what we’re trying to find out,” said Harris County Deputy Sheriff Thomas Gilliland. Police found an unidentified [&hellip

UN urges emergency aid for Syria

UN urges emergency aid for Syria

The UN’s humanitarian agency has called for emergency aid for the Syrian people affected by the crisis in the Arab country. On Monday, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said it and other international aid agencies need a record $12.9 billion in emergency aid in the year 2014 to help people [&hellip

Simba set up camp in Z’bar

Simba set up camp in Z’bar

Simba SC players and officials are expected to travel to Zanzibar later today for a five-day camp in preparation for a friendly tie against archrivals Young Africans to be played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Saturday. The camping also counts for preparations of the Mainland premier soccer league’s second half of [&hellip

8bn/- for Dodoma’s five year sanitation programme

8bn/- for Dodoma’s five year sanitation programme

Approximately 5million USD (8bn/-) is to be spent to improve sanitation and hygiene in Dodoma’s Chamwino, Bahi and Kongwa districts as part of Plan Tanzania’s five year programme dubbed ‘Usafi wa Mazingira Tanzania-UMATA’. Stephen Kiberiti Principle Health Officer in the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare said with increasing poverty levels, sanitation is decreasing at [&hellip

Recruit fresh graduates to end joblessness, employers urged

Recruit fresh graduates to end joblessness, employers urged

Nicas Ngumba, Restless Development Programme Manager Employers need to recruit more fresh graduates from colleges instead of going only for experienced ones, if it was serious about curbing unemployment crisis in the country. The observation was made in Dar es Salaam over the weekend by Restless Development Programme Manager, Nicas Ngumba in an employability skills [&hellip

LAPF wins NBAA award

LAPF wins NBAA award

Local Authority Pensions Fund (LAPF) has emerged the overall winner of National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) Best Financial Statement Award. The Director of the Finance for the fund, John Kida, receiving the award on behalf of the Director General, said it recognised LAPF as the best fund in the country. The Director of [&hellip

JK: Mandela our father too

JK: Mandela our father too

President Jakaya Kikwete has assured South Africans that Tanzanians were mourning with them the passing of their Father of the Nation and icon of peace, Nelson Mandela. President Kikwete speaking at Qunu village where Mandela was buried yesterday said: “The people of Tanzania have lost a great friend, a great comrade in arms. Your grief [&hellip

New English Lectures

New English Lectures

IBNTV has started broadcasting English lectures by Sheikh Abdul Jalil’s everyday at 20:30 hrs. Topics of discussion include the importance of Quran and Ahlul Bayt (AS). A  must watch!!!

Man City 6-3 Arsenal

Man City 6-3 Arsenal

Manchester City delivered an ominous message to their Premier League title rivals as leaders Arsenal were thrashed. Manuel Pellegrini’s side closed the gap on the Gunners to three points with another in a growing list of devastating attacking displays at home this season. And they have piled on the agony for North London’s two contenders [&hellip