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DJIBOUTI/ETHIOPIA : Addis Ababa and Djibouti about to call for bids for a second interconnection line

July 5, 2021
State-run electric companies Electricité de Djibouti (EdD) and Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) recently began looking for a consultant to work on a project to build the second power interconnection line between Ethiopia and Djibouti. Source link

South Africa: Who Cares about Animal Welfare?

May 28, 2021
The Department of Agriculture is about to introduce a new Animal Welfare Act, but all non-agricultural stakeholders have been excluded from the working group drafting it, suggesting that the new Act will mainly benefit the farming industry but not necessarily the animals it’s intended to protect. The working group appointed to draft Animal Welfare Bill

The Real Racists are People Who Make Your Kids Feel Bad About Being White

April 22, 2021
Joe Biden has notched plenty of accomplishments during his first few months in office. And while he’s reached out to Republicans about his policy goals, he’s been happy to move on without them if they weren’t willing to compromise. And Fox News is set on ignoring all of the things that Biden has done. Instead,

Trump Continues Lying About Georgia Voting Procedures, Says Republicans Are Afraid of Being Called Racists

April 20, 2021
Former President Donald Trump claimed Republicans have not made controversial voting restrictions in the state of Georgia strong enough out of fear of being called racists. “My reaction is the Georgia bill is far too weak,” Trump told Fox News personality Sean Hannity. “It’s just where you have to have signature verification. They don’t have it.

South Africa: Survey Shows Ignorance About Big Moments in South Africa’s History – Like the Sharpeville Massacre

March 19, 2021
The yearly Human Rights Day public holiday in South Africa in late March commemorates the Sharpeville Massacre, when police opened fire on a crowd of unarmed black protesters outside the Sharpeville police station on 21 March 1960. An estimated 69 people were killed and 180 injured, many shot in the back as they fled the

Biden And Democrats Step On The Gas And Blow Past Republican Griping About COVID Relief Bill

February 2, 2021
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced that with President Biden’s support, Democrats would use reconciliation to pass COVID relief. Video of Schumer: Schumer said: Schumer: “The details are going to be worked out as we go through the committee process, and we hope Republicans will join us, but we are not going to dilute

Politics & Poetry, a new podcast about the nexus of politics and poetry has launched

January 6, 2021
Politics and Poetry Logo “Our mission is to uncover the power unleashed in the synergy of politics and poetry.” Lexi Hunter, Co-Host, Politics and Poetry. ATLANTA (PRWEB) January 05, 2021 First-time producers, Lisa Campbell, Ron Campbell, Lexi Hunter, and Haley Lunski are thrilled to announce the launch of the premier episode of Politics &

Megyn Kelly has no regrets about feud with Donald Trump

November 19, 2020
Megyn Kelly on Wednesday revisited her infamous feud with President Trump, discussing whether she’d change anything about how she handled the situation that led to months of attacks from the then-Republican presidential nominee. “Not one word,” the former Fox News anchor told the Daily Caller in a new interview. “I 100 percent stand by the

Ohio newlyweds open up about their COVID-19 superspreader wedding

November 17, 2020
The Ohio newlyweds whose wedding turned into a coronavirus superspreader event opened up about the ordeal, describing the emotional “toll” of learning about the rise in cases. Of the 83 attendees at the Halloween wedding of Anthony and Mikayla Bishop in the city of Blue Ash, Ohio a total 32 have since tested positive for

Police release more details about Million MAGA March arrests

November 17, 2020
Police on Monday released new details on the violence that broke out at the “Million MAGA March” in Washington DC — including about a skirmish between a Trump supporter and a group of counter-protesters. DC Police Chief Peter Newsham said four people were arrested, including one for assault, at the scene of Saturday’s caught-on-camera altercation
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