Daily Archives: July 25, 2020

CCECC organise une journée portes ouvertes sur le cloud pour le projet de liaison ferroviaire Lagos-Ibadan

LAGOS, Nigeria, 25 juillet 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Le 24 juillet, une journée portes ouvertes a été organisée par China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), qui est affiliée à China Railway Construction Corporation Limited (CRCC), dans le but d’informer le public international sur l’évolution du projet de la liaison ferroviaire Lagos-Ibadan et sur la vie des travailleurs […]

Mozambique: Cases of Covid-19 Reach 1,590

  Maputo — The Mozambican health authorities on Friday reported eight new cases of the Covid-19 respiratory disease, bringing the total number of people infected since the first case was diagnosed on 22 March to 1,590. According to a Health Ministry press release, to date 50,853 people have been tested for the coronavirus that cause,

Mozambique: Peace and Reconciliation Irreversible – Nyusi

Maputo — Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Friday declared that the current demobilization of the militia of the main opposition party, Renamo, is a sign that the path to the consolidation of peace and reconciliation is irreversible. Speaking to reporters at the end of a visit to the southern province of Inhambane, where he inaugurated

COVID-19 Totals Continue Upward Spiral

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a BBC television interview Friday that “in the first few weeks and months” of the coronavirus outbreak his government did not understand the intricacies of the virus. Johnson said “probably, the single thing that we didn’t see at the beginning was the extent to which it was being

Siberian Heat Wave and Melting Arctic Sea Ice Indicate Climate Change, Scientists Say

GENEVA – Scientists warn record Siberian temperatures and the rapid melting of the Arctic sea ice along the Russian coast indicate that climate change is occurring and may be irreversible. Siberia, famous for its bitterly cold weather, has been experiencing a tropical heat wave, with temperatures reaching a record 38 degrees Celsius June 20 in

Ancient Greek Theaters Return to Life in Pandemic

EPIDAURUS, GREECE – Lights! Crickets. Birds. Bats. Action! The ancient theater of Epidaurus, renowned for its acoustics, has reopened for a limited number of open-air performances, with organizers planning a live-streamed event Saturday for the first time in the Greek monument’s 2,300-year history. Live concerts and events have been mostly canceled in Greece this summer