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US reveals details of secret Israeli base

US reveals details of secret Israeli base

The US has infuriated Israel by accidentally revealing the details of a top-secret military facility it planned to build for its Middle Eastern ally to house its Arrow 3 ballistic missiles. “If an enemy of Israel wanted to launch an attack against a facility, this would give him an easy how-to guide. This type of [&hellip

Greeks rally to support Turkish protests

Greeks rally to support Turkish protests

 A few thousands of Greeks have held a rally in the capital in support of the ongoing Turkish protesters against Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his government. Greek authorities said the march on Monday was held near the Turkish Embassy in Athens, adding that about 1,500 people attended the event. This comes while others estimate [&hellip

Zuma calls for dialogue in mining sector

Zuma calls for dialogue in mining sector

South African President Jacob Zuma has called for dialogue among all stakeholders in the mining sector after two people were shot and killed in the course of union rivalry at Lonmin mine in the north of the country. “All stakeholders, government, management in the mining sector, trade union movement in particular should talk and find [&hellip

Iran to publish unique Qur’an translation

Iran to publish unique Qur’an translation

The need for this translation was felt when the scholar realized that many of the translations hitherto made in English by non-Muslims contained wrong perceptions of the Scriptures and hardly came close to reliability and faithfulness. Iran is set to publish a distinctive concept-based English translation of the noble Qur’an by Iranian scholar and expert [&hellip

Stars depart for Morocco

Stars depart for Morocco

Tanzania national soccer team, Taifa Stars boarded a Marrakech-bound flight  after winding up a brief World Cup qualifier training camp in Addis Ababa. The team played one friendly against visiting Sudan at Addis Ababa Stadium that resulted in barren draw. It was the final match ahead of Saturday’s qualifier clash against hosts Morocco in a [&hellip

Arumeru District allocates 30m/- to supply clean water

Arumeru District allocates 30m/- to supply clean water

Thousands of people in Imbaseni ward, Arumeru District will soon start enjoying clean and safe water after the Meru council committed with 30m/- for water tank construction. For years people living in the area have been struggling to get water from unreliable sources, the situation that made lives in the precinct very tough. Meru Council’s [&hellip

Zanzibar to benefit from Entrepreneurs Development Fund

Zanzibar to benefit from Entrepreneurs Development Fund

The government yesterday said that Zanzibar will benefit from the National Entrepreneurs Development Fund after the review of the law governing the Small Industries Development Organisation (SIDO). Industry and Trade Deputy Minister Gregory Teu told the Parliament when responding to a supplementary question by Rajab Mbarouk Mohammed (Ole, CUF) who had wanted to know how [&hellip

MPs stunned by delays in tabling of media bills

MPs stunned by delays in tabling of media bills

Felix Mkosamali (Muhambwe-MP, NCCR-Mageuzi) Some lawmakers yesterday expressed concerns over the government’s delay in bringing the Information Bill in Parliament for approval, demanding it to state when the document would be tabled. In his supplementary question, Felix Mkosamali (Muhambwe, NCCR-Mageuzi) wondered whether the government has no schedule for it hence it keeps saying “it will [&hellip

MPs caution on lobbyist ‘doctored’ audit reports

MPs caution on lobbyist ‘doctored’ audit reports

Deogratias Ntukamazina (Ngara-MP, CCM)  Members of Parliament have cautioned that councils in the country may have high inclination to lobby through bribes in an effort to receive ‘doctored’ audit opinions. The MPs issued the warning on Sunday in Dodoma where parliamentary sessions are in progress. They were speaking at a workshop conducted by lawmakers on [&hellip

Death: consensus on diagnosis urged

Death: consensus on diagnosis urged

There needs to be international agreement on when and how death is diagnosed, two leading doctors suggest. At a European meeting of anaesthetists they said improvements in technology mean the line between life and death is less clear. They called for precise guidelines and more research to prevent the rare occasions when people are pronounced [&hellip