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Tuesday, March 5th, 2019

 

SUDAN: Streets of Khartoum Deserted in Response to Call for Strike

FILE – Sudanese demonstrators run from a teargas canister fired by riot policemen to disperse them as they participate in anti-government protests in Omdurman and Khartoum, Sudan, Jan. 20, 2019.  CAIRO, EGYPT (VOA News) — The Sudanese Trade Union Association and several opposition parties issued a call for a one-day general strike on Tuesday, excluding critical fields like pharmacies and hospitals. Witness reports in the capital Khartoum and its sister city Omdurman indicate the strike call was being observed by the overwhelming majority of the population. Arab news channels broadcastRead More


SUDAN: Streets of Khartoum Deserted in Response to Call for Strike

FILE – Sudanese demonstrators run from a teargas canister fired by riot policemen to disperse them as they participate in anti-government protests in Omdurman and Khartoum, Sudan, Jan. 20, 2019.  CAIRO, EGYPT (VOA News) — The Sudanese Trade Union Association and several opposition parties issued a call for a one-day general strike on Tuesday, excluding critical fields like pharmacies and hospitals. Witness reports in the capital Khartoum and its sister city Omdurman indicate the strike call was being observed by the overwhelming majority of the population. Arab news channels broadcastRead More


Zimbabweans Go for Alternatives as Bread Becomes Unaffordable (PHOTOS)

Bread is now expensive and beyond the reach of many in the poverty stricken Zimbabwe, March 4, 2019. HARARE (VOA News) — In Zimbabwe, the price of bread is forcing citizens to look for alternatives to go with the food that is also in short supply. President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government says it is working to ensure people can buy bread that is affordable. Bread in Zimbabwe now costs $2 a loaf, or higher, making it beyond the reach of many in the poverty-stricken country. That has not stopped Zimbabweans fromRead More


Zimbabweans Go for Alternatives as Bread Becomes Unaffordable (PHOTOS)

Bread is now expensive and beyond the reach of many in the poverty stricken Zimbabwe, March 4, 2019. HARARE (VOA News) — In Zimbabwe, the price of bread is forcing citizens to look for alternatives to go with the food that is also in short supply. President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government says it is working to ensure people can buy bread that is affordable. Bread in Zimbabwe now costs $2 a loaf, or higher, making it beyond the reach of many in the poverty-stricken country. That has not stopped Zimbabweans fromRead More


Zimbabweans Go for Alternatives as Bread Becomes Unaffordable (PHOTOS)

Bread is now expensive and beyond the reach of many in the poverty stricken Zimbabwe, March 4, 2019. HARARE (VOA News) — In Zimbabwe, the price of bread is forcing citizens to look for alternatives to go with the food that is also in short supply. President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government says it is working to ensure people can buy bread that is affordable. Bread in Zimbabwe now costs $2 a loaf, or higher, making it beyond the reach of many in the poverty-stricken country. That has not stopped Zimbabweans fromRead More


Zimbabweans Go for Alternatives as Bread Becomes Unaffordable (PHOTOS)

Bread is now expensive and beyond the reach of many in the poverty stricken Zimbabwe, March 4, 2019. HARARE (VOA News) — In Zimbabwe, the price of bread is forcing citizens to look for alternatives to go with the food that is also in short supply. President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government says it is working to ensure people can buy bread that is affordable. Bread in Zimbabwe now costs $2 a loaf, or higher, making it beyond the reach of many in the poverty-stricken country. That has not stopped Zimbabweans fromRead More


Zimbabweans Go for Alternatives as Bread Becomes Unaffordable (PHOTOS)

Bread is now expensive and beyond the reach of many in the poverty stricken Zimbabwe, March 4, 2019. HARARE (VOA News) — In Zimbabwe, the price of bread is forcing citizens to look for alternatives to go with the food that is also in short supply. President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government says it is working to ensure people can buy bread that is affordable. Bread in Zimbabwe now costs $2 a loaf, or higher, making it beyond the reach of many in the poverty-stricken country. That has not stopped Zimbabweans fromRead More


AFP has uploaded a new video on YouTube Le Charles de Gaulle repart en mission, vers l’océan Indien

Le Charles de Gaulle repart en mission, vers l’océan Indien Après plus de 18 mois de révision, le porte-avions Charles de Gaulle appareille de Toulon pour une mission qui doit le mener de la Méditerranée orientale à l’océan Indien. View on YouTube —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: March 05, 2019 at 04:11PM


ENERGY: Oil report for March 5, 2019 (CHARTS)

By OILPRICE.COM – In 2018, Japan restarted five nuclear reactors, seven years after they were shut down following the 2011 Fukushima disaster. – Japan’s imports of LNG spiked after the accident, helping to drive up prices for LNG across Asia. – The restart of nuclear reactors could result in a drop in LNG imports by about 6 percent, according to the EIA. Market Movers – Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT: LNG) jumped more than 3.5 percent in premarket trading following a Wall Street Journal report that said China and the U.S. are close to signingRead More


Crystal Gayle Baby what about you

Crystal Gayle Baby what about you ~Disclaimer – I do not own the copyright to any songs or images in this video. Not for use of profit. Lyrics: Everybody thinks I’m crazy it’s going around The girl is headed for a heart break she’s going down They say I’m always wanting something that I can’t have Baby what about you Everybody says you really ought to go home Tell the man that you love him when you’re all alone I don’t really think that that’s something I can do BabyRead More