Monthly Archives: September 2019

France Offers Conference on Sudan’s Debt if US Lifts Sanctions

PARIS – France will host a conference with Sudan’s international creditors to help Khartoum address debt issues as soon as the United States removes the country from its state-sponsored terrorism list, French President Emmanuel Macron said Monday.

In efforts to …

Cameroon IDPs, War Victims Call for Sincere Dialogue to End Their Suffering

BAMENDA, CAMEROON – Thousands of people affected by the separatist war that has killed at least 2,000 people in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions have been on the streets calling on the government to be sincere about the dialogue for peace that …

Stronger Multilateralism Key to Tackling Tough Global Challenges but Not at Expense of State Sovereignty, Several Speakers Warn as General Assembly Debate Continues

Plight of Small Island Countries, Iran’s Behaviour in Middle East Also Spotlighted

The world needs stronger multilateralism to tackle its toughest challenges, from climate change and poverty eradication to abuses of human rights and arms proliferation, but its efforts cannot …

Hope Endures for Nigerian Cardiac Patients

ABUJA – Health experts say Nigeria is seeing increasing cases of heart disease. Low awareness, lack of adequate medical facilities and expertise are major factors worsening the situation in the country. But a non profit is collaborating with the World …

Hope Endures for Nigerian Cardiac Patients

ABUJA – Health experts say Nigeria is seeing increasing cases of heart disease. Low awareness, lack of adequate medical facilities and expertise are major factors worsening the situation in the country. But a non profit is collaborating with the World …

Luxury Cars Seized from African Leader Auctioned

A fleet of luxury, high-performance cars seized from the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president have been auctioned off for more than $23 million.

The 25 cars were seized by Swiss authorities after an investigation into money laundering. They once belonged …