Even after the EU and the United States adopted sanctions barring investment in Crimea, scores of EU companies have continued to do business on the peninsula, often through murky ownership structures, a new investigation by Current Time has found.
[Premium Times] Five West Africa Countries have topped the energy access status in the ECOWAS region with their population having access to electricity, the ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy ... Read more
[New Times] Starting from the 2020-2021 academic year, the Kinyarwanda language will no longer be used as the medium of instruction in lower primary--primary one to primary three, the Ministry of Educ ... Read more
A NASA satellite has plucked a needle from the haystack, spotting debris from India’s ill-fated Vikram lunar lander, which crashed on the moon’s surface in September after an unsuccessful touch-down a ... Read more
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation says it is examining possible counterintelligence threats in connection with the popular online application FaceApp, which is headquartered in Russia. Read more
A passenger on Singapore Airlines (SIA) flying from Singapore to Delhi took to Facebook on Sunday (1 December) to slam the airline for its “pathetic preparedness and service” after the flight was dela ... Read more
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Bloomberg News editor-in-chief John Micklethwait in a statement rejected accusations of political bias and promised to continue giving fair treatment to US President Donald Trum ... Read more
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