Media group concerned about kidnapping of French journalist in Mali

YAOUNDE from Cameroon The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said on Wednesday it was extremely concerned for the safety of French journalist Olivier Dubois who was kidnapped in the Gao region of northern Mali. CPJ’s Africa program coordinator Angela Quintal urged Malian and French authorities to thoroughly investigate Dubois’s disappearance. …

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Airtel Nigeria Announces Appointment of Surendran as Chief Executive Officer

The Director General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, announced Tuesday, May 4, 2021 the appointment of 4 new Deputy Directors General of the International Trade Organization. The 4 newly appointed Deputy Directors General are Angela Ellard from the United States, Anabel González from Costa Rica, Ambassador Jean-Marie …

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Edeka Nord to build a new warehouse in Neumünster

Germany Edeka North laid the groundwork of a new central warehouse in the Neumünster Eichhof industrial park. The foundation stone was laid in the presence of the members of the Edeka Nord administrative and supervisory board as well as the mayor of the city of Neumünster, Dr Olaf Tauras. Tauras …

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Miami-Dade County leaders push for more vaccinations in black community – NBC 6 South Florida

County leaders have this message to call on those who are reluctant to get their COVID-19 vaccine: get out there and take it. “Our goal is to reach out and get everyone vaccinated,” said Congresswoman Federica Wilson, who represents Florida’s 24th Congressional District. She was joined by Miami-Dade city and …

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The brewery debuts in the former South End Gaslight space on May 6

When Gaslight closed at the end of November after its lease expired, fans of the bustling French restaurant mourned the end of its 15 years of operation. On May 6, a new concept will take its place – and it bears a striking resemblance to its predecessor. Brewery will open …

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Construction of Russian Nord Stream 2 will continue at the end of May – Prensa Latina

Ongoing work in the waters of Germany’s exclusive economic zone has been suspended following a lawsuit filed by the non-governmental organization Nature Conservation Union (NABU), which lasts until the end of the month, reported the TASS news agency. NABU reported on Monday that it has filed a complaint with the …

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Small-scale farmers in remote areas of Haiti receive assistance with food production and COVID-19

The Haitian government and the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) today signed a financing agreement for a project that will help Haitian farmers recover from the impact of Covid-19 and increase food production basic. The project will quickly revive agricultural production and income by rehabilitating small-scale irrigation …

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Inter’s Curva Nord Urge Supporters To Avoid Mass Gatherings In Milan Before Sampdoria Game

Inter’s Curva Nord have urged supporters to avoid gathering in ‘symbolic spots’ around Milan ahead of Saturday’s next Serie A match against Sampdoria. The Nerazzurri were confirmed as champions on Sunday for the first time since 2010, but fans cannot celebrate as they would normally because of restrictions relating to …

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US advises citizens to leave India as new cases rise to 386,000

Amazon reported its second consecutive quarter of more than $ 100 billion in sales, comfortably beating Wall Street’s goals as it continues to reap the rewards of pandemic conditions. Net sales of $ 108.5 billion in the first three months of the year saw the company achieve a net profit …

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UPDATE 1 – French group Safran maintains forecasts as quarterly sales fall 38%

(Add details) PARIS, April 30 (Reuters) – French manufacturer of aircraft engines and equipment Safran on Friday announced a 38% drop in first-quarter revenue, but maintained full-year guidance as companies airlines face a bumpy recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Managing Director Olivier Andries said the slowdown reflected continued uncertainty over …

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