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Showing posts of Month: February 2023

INGOT Brokers Officially Launches Business in Nairobi, Kenya

NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb. 28, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWire — Following the attainment of the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) license, INGOT Africa Ltd (INGOT Brokers) announced the opening of its first office in Nairobi, Kenya, during a celebratory event

Worry, frustration as UN tries to finally agree high seas treaty

UNITED NATIONS, UN member states have much work to do to finally agree a treaty to protect the high seas before scheduled negotiations close in five days, participants and observers say.After 15 years of formal and informal talks, delegates have

France Revisits Relationship With Africa – Again

French President Emmanuel Macron heads to central Africa Wednesday on a four-nation visit marked by what he said ahead of his planned Wednesday departure.On Monday, he announced a revamped relationship with Africa, amid an increase in anti-French senti…

‘An Absurdity’: Experts Slam WHO’s Excusal of Misconduct

Two experts appointed by the World Health Organization to investigate allegations that some of its staffers sexually abused women during an Ebola outbreak in Congo have dismissed the U.N. agency’s own efforts to excuse its handling of such misconduct a…

SpaceX Preps Launch of Next ISS Crew for NASA

Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX was set to launch early Monday the International Space Station’s next long-duration team into orbit, with an astronaut from the United Arab Emirates and a Russian cosmonaut joining two NASA crewmates for the flight.The…

Spain Detects First Suspected Case of Marburg Disease

Spain has identified its first suspected case of Marburg disease.The Spanish patient is a 34-year-old man who had recently traveled to the Central African nation of Equatorial Guinea. He was in a private hospital but has been transferred to an

Spain: Patient Does Not Have Marburg Disease

MADRID — A man in Spain who was suspected of having the deadly Marburg disease tested negative Saturday and does not have the virus, the health ministry said.Health authorities in Valencia earlier said they had detected the country’s first suspected