Talal Afifi has worked for years to revive Sudanese cinema which has languished through decades of authoritarian rule. With the fall of longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir, he sees new hope. Bashir's Islamist-backed rule of 30 years had seen cinemas shuttered and US sanctions prevent imports of vital equipment in a country once known as a pioneer for film-making in Africa.
Hong Kong was the world’s top destination in terms of visitors for the ninth straight year in 2018 and will still lead the market in 2019 despite the ongoing political and social turmoil, according to ... Read more
WASHINGTON, USA – T-Mobile said Monday, December 2, it became the first to launch 5G wireless service across the United States, although it will be slower than some expect for the new generation of co ... Read more