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Borussia Dortmund

Dortmund’s decisive test in German Supercup final, exhausted Bayern in unrest

By Oliver Trust Ahead of the German Supercup this Wednesday, the country' football giants appear at first glance to be stuck...
Ghanaian students give performances themed on traditional Chinese culture in Accra, Ghana, May 3, 2019. (Xinhua/Xu Zheng)

Zimbabwean school enhances Africa-China ties by bridging language and culture gap

by Tafara Mugwara and Zhang Yuliang As China's economic clout continues to grow exponentially, many parents in Zimbabwe increasingly...
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Zimbabwean school enhances Africa-China ties by bridging language and culture gap

by Tafara Mugwara and Zhang Yuliang As China's economic clout continues to grow exponentially, many parents in Zimbabwe increasingly want their...

23 houses destroyed, over 3,200 locals affected by flooding in Myanmar’s northernmost state

A total of 23 houses were destroyed and over 3,200 locals were recently affected by flooding due to heavy rainfall in Kachin state,...
Wpid Job Seekers

Number of unemployed in Germany to rise by 440,000 this year

The number of unemployed people in Germany would rise by 440,000 this year due to the COVID-19 crisis before falling again by 100,000 in...
On Feb.24, 2020, pharmacy workers of a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) hospital in Duchang county, Jiujiang, east China’s Jiangxi province make sachets for aromatherapy. To combat the novel coronavirus pneumonia, Duchang county gives play to its advantages in TCM, recommending TCM prescriptions, promoting TCM treatment and distributing free sachets to local residents. (Photo by Fu Jianbin, People’s Daily Online)

Traditional Chinese Medicine center opens in Zimbabwe

By Tafara Mugwara, Zhang Yuliang The Zimbabwe-China Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Acupuncture Center, the first of its kind...

Trouble in Australia’s humpback whale paradise as tourists dry up

by Duncan Murray Located just a few hours south of Sydney on Australia's scenic east coast, Jervis Bay is...
Wpid Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool’s Klopp busy on the phone as Schalke’s crisis increases

By Oliver Trust One could say that it requires the qualities of an invincible action movie hero to survive the...
Makeshift Hospital

East Africa tourism sector hardest hit by COVID-19 pandemic: report

East African Community's (EAC's) tourism sector will face a 92 percent decline in cash flows due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, says...

Namibia’s economy contracts by 11.1 percent in second quarter

Namibia's domestic economy contracted by 11.1 percent in the second quarter this year compared to a decline of 3.6 percent recorded in the...
Self Driving Ride Service

U.S. state of California to ban sales of new gas-powered passenger vehicles by 2035

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday to ban the sale of new gasoline-fueled cars and passenger trucks in the most populous state in...
Namibian President Hage Geingob presents to the public the commemorative banknote issued by the Bank of Namibia in Windhoek, Namibia, March 21, 2020. Namibia on Saturday launched a commemorative thirty Namibian dollars note symbolizing the reigns of their three presidents to commemorate the country's 30 years of independence. (Xinhua/Jacobina Mouton)

Young Namibians embrace reading to observe national Readathon Week

by Ndalimpinga Iita Ruider Swartbooi, a grade-six learner at a primary school in the Namibian capital Windhoek immersed herself in...
United Nations General Assembly

UN General Assembly holds unique annual session, lacks usual security

by William M. Reilly The annual UN General Assembly high-level week featuring a marathon of speeches by world...

Namibia’s rhino conservation continues to be hampered by poaching incidents: minister

Namibia's rhino conservation remains challenged by poaching incidents despite a decline in poaching numbers as a result of ongoing interventions by the government, communal...

Trump expects coronavirus vaccine to be available for “every American” by April

U.S. President Donald Trump said Friday that the United States would produce enough coronavirus vaccine doses for "every American" by April 2021. ...

Volkswagen global deliveries in August further decline by 6.6 percent

Worldwide vehicle deliveries by Volkswagen in August declined by 6.6 percent year-on-year to a total of 792,200 units, the German carmaker announced on Friday. ...
Borussia Dortmund

Outsiders Borussia Dortmund still have a chance to topple Bayern

By Oliver Trust The latest survey among Bundesliga coaches seems to be a disappointment for Borussia Dortmund. ...
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken in Arlington, Virginia, the United States, on Aug. 24, 2020 shows screens displaying U.S. President Donald Trump speaking during the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. Trump was nominated for a second term on Monday at the 2020 Republican National Convention (RNC) in Charlotte, North Carolina, which has been scaled back due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Xinhua/Liu Jie)

Could mountains of mail-in ballots spark U.S. election chaos?

by Matthew Rusling This election year could well see the largest number of mail-in ballots in recent memory, and...
Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen drives in the third practice session during F1 Singapore Grand Prix Night Race at Singapore's Marina Bay Street Circuit, on Sept. 19, 2015. (Xinhua/Then Chih Wey)

Hamilton wins madcap F1 Tuscan GP

By F1 correspondent Michael Butterworth Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton took his 90th Formula 1 win on Sunday in...
Agro ecological farming

Zimbabwe rolls out new farming concept to boost grain production

By Gretinah Machingura The Zimbabwean government has started inputs distribution to smallholder farmers countrywide, so that they can participate...

Organic farming mushrooms in Cuba amid COVID-19 pandemic

by Yosley Carrero Located some 350 km east of Havana in the central province of Sancti Spiritus, Fernando...
United Nations

Senior UN official warns of risks posed by COVID-19 to international peace and security

UN Undersecretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo on Wednesday warned of the risks posed by COVID-19 to international peace and security, including the erosion...
The U.S. troops deploying at one of the bases

U.S. to reduce troops in Iraq to 3,000 by end of September

Commander of U.S. Central Command Kenneth McKenzie confirmed that the United States will reduce its troop presence in Iraq from 5,200 to 3,000...
Air Namibia

Namibia’s flag carrier says to cut employee salaries by half

Namibia's struggling national flag carrier, Air Namibia, intends to reduce employee salaries by 50 percent following losses incurred over the past five years, which...
Agriculture Produce

Cuban agriculture official says country bets on organic farming to increase national food production

by Yosley Carrero Organic farming occupies a key position in the Cuban government's strategy to increase national food production, a high-ranking official at...

UK “likely to have coronavirus vaccine by early next year” – senior official

British Health Secretary Matt Hancock on Monday claimed a coronavirus vaccine is "most likely" to be ready in the first few months of 2021,...

Zimbabweans feel the pinch as public transport fare doubles following fuel price hike

by Tafara Mugwara Zimbabwe's sole public transport provider, the Zimbabwe United Passengers Company (Zupco), last Saturday hiked urban transport fares...
cyber attacks,

ICRC president warns of budget deficit, cyber attacks

by Martina Fuchs The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President called on the global donor community to urgently...
Malaria Vaccine

CureVac expected to produce 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine by end of year...

German biotechnology company CureVac would produce 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine by the end of this year, co-founder of software company SAP and...

Uganda renews fight to eliminate deadly malaria by 2030

Uganda says it is fast-tracking efforts to eliminate malaria, which continues to take lives and bleed the country's economy more than any other...