Daily Archives: August 27, 2019

Karuschain Announces Open Applications for Blockchain Beta Testers Among Precious Metals Mining Companies

Leading the digital transformation of precious metals mining with cutting-edge blockchain technology, Karuschain (KRS) opens its doors to additional mining companies worldwide to participate in the official beta testing phase. GIBRALTAR, Aug. 27, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Karuschain, a blockchain-enabled supply chain tracking and traceability software company for the global precious metals mining industry is announcing […]

Chery glitters in J.D. Power 2019 Initial Quality Study

BEIJING, Aug. 27, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Chinese automaker Chery has moved upward by 26 places compared with last year in the 2019 Initial Quality Study report (IQS) released by the world-famous market consultancy and survey company J.D. Power. The report reveals that Chinese auto brands have climbed considerably upward in the list. Chery Tiggo series […]

Ebola: As death toll approaches 2,000, vaccines, treatment and behaviour change equally important

The availability of an effective vaccine against Ebola and the recent confirmation of two effective treatments do not negate the importance of building trust and understanding in communities affected by the outbreak, warns the International Federation …

Are Water Shortages Driving Migration? Researchers Dispel Myths

STOCKHOLM – Water scarcity is one factor driving millions of people from their homes each year but is often not the only reason why they move, researchers told an international conference on Tuesday.In most cases, other economic and social problems lik…

South Sudan’s Ambassador Meets With Parents of Slain Journalist

The parents of Christopher Allen, a freelance journalist killed two years ago while covering fighting between government and rebel forces in South Sudan, met with the country’s ambassador to the United States on Monday. The meeting in South Sudan’s Was…

Namibia Considers Withdrawal from Wildlife Convention Unless Rhino Trade Eased

WINDHOEK – Namibia is considering withdrawing from the rules that govern the global trade in endangered species, after countries voted last week to reject proposals to relax restrictions on hunting and exporting its white rhinos.Namibia has the second …