Daily Archives: October 4, 2019

U.S. Embassy Supports English Teaching at King Faisal University

As part of our effort to support English-language learning in Chad, the U.S. Embassy invited English Language Specialist Lynn Zimmerman to N’Djamena to work with professors at King Faisal University. The one-week training was designed to help develop an English-teaching …

Cameroon Separatists Say Presidential Pardons Won’t Stop Crisis

YAOUNDE – Cameroon separatists said the release of more than 300 fighters ordered by President Paul Biya is not enough to stop the war that has killed at least 2,000 people in the central African state.

Separatists said calm can …

Reports: Up to 35 Russian Mercenaries Killed in Libya

MOSCOW – As many as 35 Russian mercenaries are reported to have been killed in Libya while they were fighting for Khalifa Haftar, the military general most associated with the rule of the late leader Muammar Gaddafi, who launched an …

Zambian President Rings Alarm on Climate Change

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON � Zambian President Edgar Lungu says climate change threatens to derail his country’s economy, and disruptions to the rainy season have already dampened its outlook.

Climate change is the biggest problem that we’re encountering now, Lungu said in …

Zambian President Rings Alarm on Climate Change

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON � Zambian President Edgar Lungu says climate change threatens to derail his country’s economy, and disruptions to the rainy season have already dampened its outlook.

Climate change is the biggest problem that we’re encountering now, Lungu said in …

Doctors’ Strike Leaves Some Zimbabweans ‘Gathering Here in Pain’

The Harare resident said she had been referred to Parirenyatwa General Hospital, the capital’s largest medical center, but there is no help. We are just gathering here in pain, in shame and in agony.

An untold number of Zimbabweans have …