Category Archives: Old Education

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY FOR ENERGY AND WATER MANAGEMENT Malta places first in the top 10 of Security Improvers

According to the World Energy Trilemma Index report of 2019, the countries displaying the greatest advances in Energy Security since 2000 are Malta, Jordan and the Dominican Republic.The report published earlier today during the 24th World Energy Congr…

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY FOR FINANCE Malta continues to grow at more than three times the EU average

The Maltese economy grew by 4.7 per cent during the first half of this year, sustaining the growth momentum recorded in the last five years. Nominal GDP grew by 7.3 per cent. Growth in the first half of 2019 reflected a 5.4 per cent growth in the first…

PRESS RELEASE BY THE MINISTRY FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT: Public consultation on ‘The National Policy for the Teaching of Maltese as a Foreign Language in the Framework of Bilingualism and Plurilingualism’

The Ministry for Education and Employment launched a public consultation on a National Policy for the Teaching of Maltese as a Foreign Language within the Framework of Bilingualism and Plurilingualism.This policy is based on the Language Policy for the…

Official: Southern Somali State Shutters Main City, Airport Ahead of Election

GAROWE, SOMALIA – The southern Somali state of Jubbaland has blocked access to the capital city Kismayo and its main airport ahead of Thursday’s vote to elect a president of the semi-autonomous region, a senior regional official said Tuesday.”We have c…

Early Study Results Suggest 2 Ebola Treatments Saving Lives

WASHINGTON – Two of four experimental Ebola drugs being tested in Congo seem to be saving lives, international health authorities announced Monday.The preliminary findings prompted an early halt to a major study on the drugs and a decision to prioritiz…

Report: Eritrean High Schoolers Face Forced Labor, Abuse

For many teens, the last year of high school is a time of excitement filled with studies, athletics and dances. But young Eritreans spend the year at a military camp preparing for mandatory conscription and indefinite national service, where they face …