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Voter Suppression and Right-wing Threats Fail to Keep Millions Away from the Polls

Many prepare for inevitable conflict over national elections outcome beginning on November 3 Efforts aimed at thwarting the fundamental bourgeois democratic rights of the majority...
Rescued illegal immigrants are seen in Tajura, eastern Tripoli, Libya, Feb. 18, 2020. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday that Libyan Coast Guard rescued more than 300 illegal immigrants off the Libyan coast on Monday. More than 1,500 illegal immigrants have been rescued off the Libyan coast so far in 2020, said the IOM. (Photo by Hamza Turkia/Xinhua)

Millions of migrant workers stay put over COVID-19

Nearly 30 million migrant workers in China have chosen to stay in their hometowns so far this year due to the impact of...
Kalakpa Forest Reserve

Companies failing to protect millions of hectares of tropical forest

Despite international agreements, an analysis carried out by the Zoological Society of London reveals widespread failure of timber companies to guarantee environmental protections for...

Millions in England enjoy “Super Saturday” after coronavirus lockdown further eased

Millions of people in England emerged from the COVID-19 lockdown on the so called "Super Saturday" to enjoy coffee shops, bars, restaurants and hair...
Fca Warren Truck Plant Workers Returned To Work Amid Covid Pandemic Ap Photo

COVID-19 Infection Rates Surge While Millions Are Forced Back to Work

South, west and southwest regions leading in pandemic as jobless figures conceal depth of economic crisis There were more than 55,000 new COVID-19 cases reported...
A teacher from a middle school in Lanzhou, west China's Gansu province teaches online in an empty classroom, March 30, 2020. By Ding Kai, People's Daily Online

Hundreds of millions of students attend online classes in China

By Yu Jianbin At 8:30 a.m., Feb. 10, 900,000 people visited an online education platform of Wuhan, central China's Hubei province, where gigantic amount of...
Ethiopian Airline

Millions of masks, COVID-19 test kits donated by Jack Ma Foundation for Africa arrives

Massive medical supplies donated by China's Jack Ma Foundation to 54 African countries arrived on Sunday morning in Addis Ababa, capital of the East...

Watch: British company spends millions in promoting hijab and Sharia

Britain clearly is going into the grips of radical Islam and Sharia! During the month of Ramadan, this company is spending millions in promoting...
South African airways

South African Airways Demands Former Pilot Pay Back Millions He was Paid as Salary

South African Airways (SAA) is out to recover millions of rands from a former pilot who flew its aircrafts for twenty years without a...

Bangladesh’s Garment Workers Get Pay Rise

In an apparent bid to quell labor unrest, the Bangladeshi government raised the pay of millions of garment workers Sunday after coming under fire...
Students at Coventry University

British University Students Pay Huge Sums for Police Protection

Universities in Britain are paying millions of dollars to hire police officers to protect students from criminals, a report in London revealed Saturday. ...

SERAP Accuses National Assembly Of Engaging In Crimes Against Millions Of Nigerians

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has accused the leadership and members of the National Assembly of “apparently engaging in crimes against humanity against...
MTN Ghana Foundation

MTN has impacted millions of lives with over US$13million in Ghana

MTN Ghana Foundation has impacted millions of lives e with over $13million as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the last 10...

SERAP Prays Court to Stop Ex-governors From Milking The State

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sued the Federal Government over its “failure to stop former governors and now serving senators and ministers...

Ex and Present Government Officials must put heads together on AMERI Deal – IMANI

We have seen a publication purporting to be a comprehensive response from Dr. Kwabena Donkor, (DKD) the former Power Minister, regarding our relentless campaign...

AOMCs Aims At Combating Petroleum Black Market Dealers

The Association of Oil Marketing Companies (AOMCs) is to launch an operation to combat Petroleum Black Market dealers to save the country from continuous...

Livelihoods at risk as millions of donkeys targeted and slaughtered for skins

The results of a shocking investigation by The Donkey Sanctuary today reveals the devastating human impact of the growing demand for ejiao, a traditional...

Chile: Millions of Santiago Residents Without Water

Rainstorms and landslides in Chile have contaminated a major river forcing the authorities to cut off drinking water to four million people in the...
Millions in the United States

Trump’s presidency Worsens Attacks on majority of US citizens

After just seven days of the administration of President Donald Trump, a host of measures have been enacted which threaten a myriad of constituencies...

The Gambia: Several Millions Missing After Jammeh Exit

More than $11m (£8.8m) is missing from The Gambia’s state coffers following the departure of long-time leader Yahya Jammeh, an adviser to President Adama...

James DeGale Seeks to Fight for More Money

Britain’s IBF super-middleweight champion James DeGale admits money is motivation enough for his unification fight with WBC champion Badou Jack. DeGale, 30, meets Sweden’s Jack,...
Fire fighters work at apipeline explosion scene at Ijegun area in Lagos, southwest Nigeria, March 16, 2014. According to Ibrahim Farniloye, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) public information officer of Lagos, the explosion was as a result of underground spillage through points of previous vandalization. (Xinhua/Olatunji Obasa)

Ravaging Fire Destroys Seed Production In Ho

Ravaging fire has swept through Kabakaba Hills overlooking Ho and destroyed millions of new seed production. Mr Tordey Gershon Amaglo, Customer Service Officer of the...

2017 Would Be A Year Of Luxurious Growth – Pastor Chris

Pastor Chris Oyahkhilome, the President of the Believers Love World incorporated Christ Embassy, has declared 2017 as the year of flourishing for millions of...

Trump says could have won popular vote, blames voter fraud

"In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted...
Some of the children in kindergarten

UNICEF Ghana urges more investment for most vulnerable children

In a statement to mark the Universal Children's Day, Susan Namondo Ngongi, UNICEF Ghana Representative, said the world needed to stop these violations by...

Dormaa Central Assembly Builds Educational Facilities

As part effort to improve and increase access to education in the Dormaa Central Municipality in the Brong Ahafo region the Assembly over the...

U.S. East Coast Trashed By Tropical Storm Hermine

According to weather forecasts, Hermine, which had turned into a hurricane-like storm with winds up to 70 mph, would arrive off the New Jersey...

Africa’s blue economy gets World Bank support

World Bank Vice President for the Africa Region, Makhtar Diop, said if well managed, the blue economy could contribute to food and nutrition supply,...
AFP/File / Paul J. Richards Volkswagen's net profit slumped by 20.1% to 2.31 billion euros in the period from January to March, on a 3.4-percent decline in sales to 50.96 billion euros

Millions of Volkswagen Cars Can Be Unlocked Remotely By Hackers

A sizeable proportion of 100 million Volkswagen Group cars sold since 1995 can be unlocked remotely by hackers, a team of researchers has said. The...
Bees help pollinate around 80 percent of all species of flowering plants, so without them many fruits and vegetables would be unable to reproduce (AFP Photo/Jack Guez)

Millions asks Bayer to end killer pesticide usage

"Bee killing is not really something that a company that is looking toward the future should do," Anne Isakowitsch, an activist for Sum of...