ANNO XIV Luglio 2020.  Direttore Umberto Calabrese

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Maputo - The increase in sugar import prices is not enough to protect the industry in Mozambique, said the CTA, the country's Confederation of industrial associations, which again called for additional measures to make the industry more competitive.
Venerdì, 21 Agosto 2015 00:00

Asylum seekers hit peak figure of 800, 000 in Germany

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Berlin - About 500,000 migrants have requested political asylum in the European Union. "This is not a Greek, Italian, German, French or Hungarian crisis. It is a global migration crisis which demands immediate and long-term joint actions," said an EU…
Johannesburg - Oscar Pistorius will not be released from jail on Friday, as expected. South Africa's Justice Minister Michael Masutha blocked procedures for granting house arrest for good behaviour, after only 10 months of imprisonment, to the paralympic athlete, until…
Brazzaville - A campaign has been set up to register the biometrics of refugees in the Republic of Congo.   It was launched on Aug. 17 by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) with the Republic of Congo…
Lagos - At least 10.5 million Nigerian children do not attend school, said Jean Gough, UNICEF representative in the country. It is the highest figure in the world, with almost a third of primary school age children never setting foot…
Mercoledì, 19 Agosto 2015 04:02

Final push for Addis Ababa peace talks on South Sudan

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Addis Ababa - A final push is underway at the Addis Ababa peace talks to end the conflict in South Sudan.   Negotiations aim to avoid sanctions from the international community which could include in a weapons embargo.
Vatican City - Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican Secretary of State, concluded his tour of Asia in Singapore. The cardinal particularly appreciated Singapore's international commitment towards "the global quest for peace and prosperity, especially at this time, when the world…
Sabato, 15 Agosto 2015 00:00

More than 1, 000 migrants rescued at sea every day

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Geneva - The number of migrants saved from the Mediterranean each day exceeds 1,000, according to the International Organisation for Migration (OIM). Most rescues take place off the Italian and Greek coasts.
Giovedì, 13 Agosto 2015 22:25

Angola 'must invest to meet rising power demand'

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Luanda - Only 30 percent of Angolans have access to electricity despite growing demand and an increase in the availability of power. "The country has seen a sharp increase in power consumption in recent years, thanks to an increase in…

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