Daily Archives: July 2, 2019

Husain Law + Associates Files Lawsuit Against The Boeing Company On Behalf Of The Family Of The Late Professor And Author, Pius Adesanmi

HOUSTON, July 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Lawyers Nomaan Husain of Husain Law + Associates and Omar Khawaja, internationally recognized aviation firms, filed a new lawsuit against the Boeing Company June 4th, 2019 on behalf of the family members

Kenya’s Safaricom names ex-CEO Joseph as interim replacement for Collymore

Joseph, a dual American and Kenyan national, who served as Safaricom’s CEO between July 2000 and November 2010, said he would stay in the post until the company finds a permanent replacement.

Collymore, who helped to turn Safaricom into East …

Kenya’s Safaricom names ex-CEO Joseph as interim replacement for Collymore

Joseph, a dual American and Kenyan national, who served as Safaricom’s CEO between July 2000 and November 2010, said he would stay in the post until the company finds a permanent replacement.

Collymore, who helped to turn Safaricom into East …

UN Food Aid Agency Steps Up Relief for Congo Refugees

ROME – The U.N. World Food Program said Tuesday it will triple the number of people it is providing food and cash assistance to in northeastern Congo’s Ituri province, which is facing inter-ethnic violence and an Ebola epidemic.

WFP said …

IAEA Helps Mozambique Tackle Animal Diseases After Floods

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has delivered emergency supplies to help Mozambique fight outbreaks of animal diseases such as African swine fever, foot and mouth disease or Rift Valley fever that could threaten people and livestock in the aftermath …

Ethiopian Mediator Urges Sudan Military, Opposition to Hold Direct Talks

KHARTOUM – Ethiopia’s mediator in the Sudan crisis urged the military rulers and the opposition coalition to hold direct talks on Wednesday to strike a deal on handing over power to civilians.

The Transitional Military Council, which has ruled Sudan …