Category Archives: Education

E. Africa, Recovering From Cyclone Idai, Braces for New Storm

The government of Comoros shut down schools, airports and public offices Wednesday as Tropical Cyclone Kenneth passed over the island nation, with wind gusts topping 200 kilometers an hour.

The …

China’s Growing Interest in Middle East Sets Off US Alarm Bells

China pledged $23 billion in loans and aid to Middle Eastern countries last year and signed another $28 billion in investment for infrastructure and construction projects. As Chinese influence and …

PRESS RELEASE BY MINISTRY FOR TRANSPORT, INFRASTRUCTURE AND CAPITAL PROJECTS: A plan to have 400 aircraft flying the Maltese flag and 40 certificates by the end of the year

315 aircraft, 35 Air Operator Certificates (AOC), 9 aircraft maintenance organisations and 7 aircraft maintenance training and examination organisations, 5 cabin crew training organisations and another 5 for the training …

UN: Fighting in Libyan Capital Intensifies

UNITED NATIONS The United Nations said Wednesday that the Libyan capital saw its most intense fighting overnight since the forces of Gen. Khalifa Haftar began their battle to take Tripoli …

Hospital: Cholera Cases Rise in Kenya’s Capital

NAIROBI The Kenyan capital has experienced a jump in cholera cases, one of the city’s top hospitals said on Tuesday, adding that eight of its own staff had been infected …

PRESS RELEASE BY THE PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARIAT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND COMMUNITIES: Regional committees – another level of local government

The Northern Region launched a 3-year project called Y-Engage, aimed at the youths living within this region. This project is financed from funds given to this region through the Community …