Daily Archives: June 1, 2013
Visa requirements in Africa hamper trade and job creation, concludes panel at the African Development Bank Annual Meetings
Africa is one of the regions in the world with the highest visa requirements
Taiwanese tech giant Asus plans to set up it East African hub in Kenya by the in the first half of year as the firm seeks a larger piece of the regional laptop and tablet market
New York City is crisscrossed with underground natural gas pipelines, many decades old, supplying cooking and heating gas to homes and businesses. But safety and environmental concerns about a new gas pipeline being built into Manhattan’s west side have given rise to protest, and calls for New York to move more quickly to sustainable forms of energy.
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La Cour pénale internationale a rejeté, vendredi 31 mai, la demande de Tripoli de ne pas poursuivre à La Haye Seif el-Islam Kaddafi. Le bras de fer continue entre la CPI et la Libye, qui se disputent le droit de juger le fils de l’ex-dictateur libyen Mouammar Kaddafi.
An environmentalist who worked to protect leatherback turtles on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast was found dead Friday on a beach used by drug traffickers, authorities said.
Some countries are suspending imports of U.S. wheat after an unapproved genetically modified variety turned up in a farmer’s field in the northwestern state of Oregon.
Cybercrime strikes an estimated 1.5 million people every day. That’s about 18 victims every second, 556 million people around the world, every year. While experts say the people who commit these crimes are becoming more sophisticated, you don’t have to be another statistic. There are effective ways businesses and individuals can minimize their risks.
Higher levels of carbon-dioxide has caused some of the Earth’s most arid regions to become more green, according to new research.
[allAfrica]Windhoek -John Gushit from the University of Jos’ department of science in Nigeria nearly lost his eye when herbicide in a syringe he’d been working with splashed into it. “Only speed saved my sight, ” he said during the eLearning Conference in Windhoek, Namibia. It set him on a long road, which involved long hours of travel and securing a bank loan.
A fictional autonomous robot fighter plane from the 2005 movie “Stealth.”
Avalanches, exposure, heart attacks, and the other tragic ways Everest has claimed climbers’ lives.