South Sudan installs power equipment at newly built 100 MW plant

South Sudan installs power equipment at newly built 100 MW plant

2018-04-20 22:14
South Sudan on Thursday installed machines at the newly built 100MW power plant in the capital that will increase access to electricity from the meager one percent to 21 percent by 2020.
IMF chief urges policymakers to steer clear of all protectionist measures

IMF chief urges policymakers to steer clear of all protectionist measures

2018-04-20 22:13
Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), on Thursday urged policymakers to steer clear of all protectionist measures amid rising trade tensions between the United States and its major trading partners.
World Bank forecasts Sub-Saharan Africa 2018 growth at 3.1 pct

World Bank forecasts Sub-Saharan Africa 2018 growth at 3.1 pct

2018-04-20 22:15
World Bank has raised Africa's economic growth rate to 3.1 percent in 2018 on account of the region rebounding after three years of slowdown due to the collapse in global commodity prices.
Trade war with China senseless move on U.S. part: business expert

Trade war with China senseless move on U.S. part: business expert

2018-04-20 07:22
A U.S. trade war with China would create an uneven playing field, go against America's own interests, and would be "a move that makes no sense" for U.S. President Donald Trump, a U.S. business expert said Wednesday.
Syria's Assad returns France's Legion of Honour after U.S.-led attacks

Syria's Assad returns France's Legion of Honour after U.S.-led attacks

2018-04-20 07:22
The Syrian Foreign Ministry has returned to France the Legion d'Honneur granted to President Bashar al-Assad in 2001, according to the Syrian Presidency media office.
U.S. "visa blockade" towards Russia could lead to flight suspension: Russian FM

U.S. "visa blockade" towards Russia could lead to flight suspension: Russian FM

2018-04-20 07:22
The sharp decrease in the issuance of U.S. visas to Russian citizens is a deliberate move by Washington to exert more pressure on Moscow and will possibly result in the suspension of direct flights between the two countries, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Thursday.
Trump, Abe agree to intensify talks on trade deals, differences remain

Trump, Abe agree to intensify talks on trade deals, differences remain

2018-04-20 07:22
U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday agreed to intensify talks for "free, fair and reciprocal trade deals", but differences remained over the format of future trade deals.
Moscow accuses British secret services of poisoning ex-spy

Moscow accuses British secret services of poisoning ex-spy

2018-04-20 07:22
Moscow on Thursday accused British secret services of poisoning ex-spy Sergei Skripal in order to discredit Russia.
Zimbabwe marks first independence anniversary in post-Mugabe era

Zimbabwe marks first independence anniversary in post-Mugabe era

2018-04-19 21:12
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday led the nation in commemorating the 38th independence anniversary, five months after he took over power from former President Robert Mugabe.
Ethiopian Airlines says serves over 4,000 Chinese passengers daily

Ethiopian Airlines says serves over 4,000 Chinese passengers daily

2018-04-19 21:13
Close to 4,000 Chinese passengers use the Ethiopian airline's flight services on a daily basis, says the Ethiopian Airlines Group.
Cooperation between U.S., China called for at finance, infrastructure forum

Cooperation between U.S., China called for at finance, infrastructure forum

2018-04-19 08:01
The United States and China, the most important trade partners to each other, need cooperation instead of trade wars, said Michael Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg L.P., Wednesday.
Turkey to hold presidential, parliamentary elections on June 24: president

Turkey to hold presidential, parliamentary elections on June 24: president

2018-04-19 08:01
Turkey will hold early presidential and parliamentary elections on June 24, 2018, instead of the scheduled date in November 2019, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in Ankara on Wednesday.
New viruses found in New York City's house mice: study

New viruses found in New York City's house mice: study

2018-04-19 08:01
Some unseen viruses as well as bacteria capable of causing life-threatening human illness were found in New York City's house mice, according to a new study published Tuesday.
AMISOM lauds Ugandan troops for their service in Somalia

AMISOM lauds Ugandan troops for their service in Somalia

2018-04-18 21:23
The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) on Tuesday lauded Ugandan soldiers for ensuring a safer and stable Somalia.
Spotlight: China-Egypt cooperation fruitful, lifting bilateral ties to new height

Spotlight: China-Egypt cooperation fruitful, lifting bilateral ties to new height

2018-04-18 21:22
The China-Egypt cooperation, which is fruitful and beneficial to both peoples, has lifted the bilateral political and economic ties to a new height, Chinese and Egyptian officials have said.
Chinese-built electricity poles plant inaugurated in South Sudan

Chinese-built electricity poles plant inaugurated in South Sudan

2018-04-18 21:21
The South Sudan government has launched a factory producing concrete poles that will facilitate an ambitious project done by a Chinese company to rehabilitate and expand the Power Distribution System in Juba, its capital.
Trump says U.S. has direct talks with DPRK at "very high levels"

Trump says U.S. has direct talks with DPRK at "very high levels"

2018-04-18 07:58
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that the United States and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) have already started direct talks at "very high levels."
Chinese envoy condemns use of sexual violence as tactic of war

Chinese envoy condemns use of sexual violence as tactic of war

2018-04-18 07:58
A Chinese envoy on Monday condemned the use of sexual violence as a tactic of war and any act of sexual violence perpetrated against women and girls.
Putin, Merkel agree to help resume political efforts on Syria: Kremlin

Putin, Merkel agree to help resume political efforts on Syria: Kremlin

2018-04-18 07:58
Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a telephone conversation they were ready to assist in political and diplomatic efforts on Syria, including the Geneva and Astana peace talks, the Kremlin said Tuesday.
Kremlin slams U.S., British accusations of Russian cyberattacks

Kremlin slams U.S., British accusations of Russian cyberattacks

2018-04-18 07:58
A joint warning from the United States and Britain that Russian state-sponsored hackers were planning cyberattacks was dismissed by the Kremlin Tuesday.
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