Utilities 

Saudi Arabia offers to mediate in Ethiopia dam dispute

Saudi Arabia wants to mediate between the parties in a longstanding dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam project and hold talks with their leaders, Sudan’s Council of Ministers said Wednesday. Saudi Minister of State for African Affairs Ahmed Bin Abdul Aziz Kattan has disclosed that King Salman has asked him to meet with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. During his visit to Sudan on Wednesday, the Saudi minister confirmed that the kingdom has offered to mediate to resolve the dispute between Egypt, Ethiopia…

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Covid19 North America 

Law Suit Launched Against Trudeau Government For “Totalitarian” Covid-19 Policies

“Vaccine Choice Canada, a non-profit society founded by families who have suffered from vaccine reactions and injuries, is suing Trudeau’s Liberal Government to hold them “accountable” for their “overreach and the draconian and unjustifiable measures taken in response to COVID-19.” “The mass and indiscriminate containment of citizens, the restriction of access to parliament, the courts, medical and educational services, the destruction of local economies and livelihoods, and the requirement to physically distance, along with the forced use of non-medical masking are extraordinary measures that have never before been imposed on…

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Covid19 North America 

The Political Purpose Of Justin Trudeau’s Agenda Of Canadian SELF-HATRED

“Different Strokes For Different Folks” is a well-worn phrase popularized by none other than boxing champion, Muhammed Ali. Such as it is when it comes to the topic of Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. For example  there is CBC’s stroke, and there is CAP’s stroke. Almost every call we make happens to be antithetical to what mainstream media say about PM Trudeau. A primary example– CTV, Globe & Mail tell us that Mr. Trudeau is working hard to fight racism in Canada. CAP say Mr. Trudeau has made racism…

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Asia Covid19 

Remains of 50 OFWs who died from COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia will not be brought home

The remains of 50  overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who died from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Saudi Arabia will not be brought back to the Philippines and will instead be buried there, following local customs, Malacañang clarified on Sunday. According to Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque, these 50 OFWs who died of COVID-19-related illnesses will not be included among the remains that are set to be brought back to the Philippines. “Per the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), the remains of the 50 OFWs who died due to COVID-19 related…

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Africa Government Healthcare Oil and Gas 

Producers hopeful of $50 oil cost, business sustainability from cuts Business

Although OPEC concurred at the weekend to extend 9.7 million barrels cuts in daily crude oil production through completion of July, providing oil rates some support, operators in the exploration market are enthusiastic that the cuts would be sustained to help production and organisation sustainability. In the course of international lock down, the occurring energy imbalance impacted oil manufacturers and rates such that service sustainability was threatened and capability to service over N3.4 trillion loans damaged. With the lock down raised and oil costs rebounding, African Energy Chamber thinks that…

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