Category Archives: Education

Migrants Disembark After Maltese Prime Minister’s Conditions Met

ROME, ITALY Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced Wednesday that his country would allow 49 migrants stranded on two German NGO vessels off its coasts to disembark on the island. …

Sudan’s Opposition Calls for More Protests Against Al-Bashir

CAIRO Sudan’s largest opposition groups on Thursday called for a fresh wave of protests to demand that President Omar al-Bashir step down, as the longtime ruler made another attempt at …

UN Security Council Gets New Members, New Presidency

UNITED NATIONS The United Nations Security Council has five new members, and one of them � the Dominican Republic � is starting out as the group’s president.

Belgium, Germany, Indonesia …

Somalia Military Executes 6 Militants Without Trial

WASHINGTON/NAIROBI The Somali military has executed six al-Shabab militants without a trial, according to officials and rights activists.

“The men have been in prison for the last five months. They …

Zimbabwe Teachers End Two-Week March for Better Pay

HARARE, ZIMBABWE A group of teachers finished a 300-kilometer protest march Thursday to push President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to pay them in U.S. dollars and improve their working conditions. But, …

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY FOR TRANSPORT, INFRASTRUCTURE AND CAPITAL PROJECTS: Minister Ian Borg visits eCabs offices

Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg visited the eCabs offices in Paceville.

During the said visit, the minister made reference to the visit he paid to the …