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- Pope Backs UN Chief’s Call for Global Cease-Fire to Focus on Coronavirus
- Iran Defends Virus Response as Syria Reports First Death
- CoronaVirus Combat Committee Issues Stricter Measures After Detection Of Two New Cases
- Libyan Consulate In Tunis Advises Libyan Nationals To Remain In Their Homes
- EU Renews Support For Berlin Conference’s Outcomes And For Immediate Halt Of Fighting In Libya
GEORGETOWN, Guyana: The Guyana government has expressed concern over the decision of the Irish-based telecommunication company, Digicel, to alter its rates on international calls based on a recent court ruling.
Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr. Roger Luncheon said that …Read more
KINGSTON, Jamaica: The Jamaica government says the national minimum wages will be increased to J$5,000 (One Jamaica Dollar=US$0.011 cents) from September 3 this year.
Labour and Social Security Minister, Derrick Kellier said the J$1,000 increase per 40 hour week follows …Read more
WASHINGTON: Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries and the Organization of American States (OAS) have called for renewed efforts to make Simon Bolívar’s vision of unity and liberty in the Americas a reality.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines Permanent Representative to the …Read more
NASSAU, Bahamas: Prime Minister Perry Christie has distanced his administration from allegations that it moved to prevent former prime minister Hubert Ingraham from addressing the Parliament for the last time as a legislator on Wednesday.
“I don’t know what information …Read more
Following a union-level ceasefire agreement, the Karenni National Progressive Party opened its first liaison office in the Karenni state capital of Loikaw yesterday.
The KNPP and government Peace Making Committee signed a multi-pronged deal on 9 June that allows for …Read more
The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Thursday threatened to attack Burma to avenge crimes against the Muslim Rohingya, unless Pakistan halts all relations with the government and shuts its embassy in Islamabad.
In a rare statement focused on the plight of Muslims …Read more
Clashes between the Kachin Independence Army and Burmese military continue to erupt, while the armed ethnic group and government’s Peace Making Committee have yet to agree on a location to hold peace talks.
Following three unofficial meetings between KIA representatives …Read more
OKAHANDJA: Unspecified Swapo Party Membership cards were allegedly discovered in the office of the Swapo Party District Coordinator Martin Bernhard at Okahandja before the restructuring of Party structures meeting kicked off in that town.
The restructuring process from party’s sections …Read more