NEWS HEADLINES [Sun|03|01|2021]

 

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15:30 | Cuban Foreign Minister rejected a new punitive measure by the United States against Banco Financiero Internacional | JUVENTUD REBELDE, CUBA

15:18 | UNDR denounces a cabal against its President Kebzabo | JOURNAL DU TCHAD, CHAD

15:09 | US sends second warship across Taiwan Strait, provokes strong Chinese reaction | THE CAMBODIA DAILY. CAMBODIA

14:24 | Burundi Airlines, a new national company? | ARIB, BURUNDI

14:16 | Pascal Affi N’Geussan In Provisional Freedom | LE PAYS, BURKINA FASO

14:08 | Bolivia is among three countries that could have a “rebound effect” | EL DIARIO, BOLIVIA

13:27 | Review of reforms at Maec: Press bosses interviewed on the successes of foreign policy | LA NATION, BENIN

13:20 | Bitcoin is racing to a record value of $ 34,000 | DE STANDAARD, BELGIUM

13:09 | In Mingachevir, a son killed his 73-year-old mother with a hammer | AZADLIQ, AZERBAIJAN

10:56 | Op-ed: why Azerbaijan needs the deployment of Turkish troops in Karabakh | THE AZERI TIMES, AZERBAIJAN

10:52 | Five women killed, children wounded in Yemen wedding hall explosion | THE JORDAN TIMES, JORDAN

10:47 | Pandemic created “less pressure” on the environment in 2020 | THE PORTUGAL NEWS, PORTUGAL

10:42 | UK moved to Civil Aviation’s non-EU countries list | EKATHIMERINI, GREECE

10:35 | Czechs approve squeezing extra dose from Pfizer vaccine vials | PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR, CZECH REPUBLIC

10:29 | 2020 closed with the highest depreciation of the peso in 15 years | DOMINICAN TODAY, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

10:24 | Former Burundian President Pierre Buyoya buried in Bamako Catholic Cemetery on Tuesday 29 (Video) | IWACU, BURUNDI

10:12 | Visually impaired Dhieu finally secures a job after Eye Radio’s interview | EYE RADIO, SOUTH SUDAN

10:02 | Cuban state budget prioritizes social programs | GRANMA, CUBA

09:59 | Graduation party triggers the contagion of Covid-19 in the municipality of Oruro | LOS TIEMPOS, BOLIVIA

09:52 | Scotland hopes to rejoin the EU as an independent nation | THE BRUSSELS TIMES, BELGIUM

09:49 | Ronaldo reveals the “dream” he still wants to achieve | LE TEMPS, TUNISIA

09:46 | Parliament: The organic law on the Court of Auditors adopted | LA NATION, BENIN

09:42 | Kagame hails launch of trading under AfCFTA | THE NEW TIMES, RWANDA

09:37 | 176 detainees pardoned by President Alpha Condé (list) | GUINEA NEWS, GUINEA

09:32 | Biti demands $15m for unjustified detention | DAILY NEWS, ZIMBABWE

09:24 | Passenger flights will be suspended for a week | AL WIHDA, CHAD

09:20 | The abolition of cities is not political | LE QUOTIDIEN, SENEGAL

09:16 | Road accidents kill 1,646 people in Cambodia last year, down 17 percent | KHMER TIMES, CAMBODIA

09:10 | A record 89 parties register for the March 2021 general election | DUTCH NEWS, NETHERLANDS

09:03 | The Murder Of Jorge Gabela Is Being Investigated As A Human Rights Crime | ECUADOR TIMES, ECUADOR

08:59 | Gonzalo de Villa, archbishop of Guatemala: “We have statistics in which there is undoubtedly an under-registration of cases and deaths from covid-19” | PRENSA LIBRE, GUATEMALA

08:51 | Resisting leadership is refusing the Lord’s authority, says Archbishop Gallone | LUSAKA TIMES, ZAMBIA

08:47 | Televised Debates in Kazakhstan: Kazakh Political Party Leaders Propose Measures to Improve Economy | THE ASTANA TIMES, KAZAKHSTAN

08:40 | Romania’s new Government announces first economic measures | ROMANIA INSIDER, ROMANIA

08:30 | Former Prime Minister Modibo Keïta died at 78 | L’ ESSOR, MALI

08:24 | COVID 19: Public Enemy Number 1 | PAALGA OBSERVER, BURKINA FASO

08:20 | Army takes on issuing driving licences | DAILY MIRROR, SRI LANKA

05:47 | Message To The Nation From The President Of The Republic, Head OF State, HE Mr. Issoufou Mahamadou, On The Occasion Of The New Year | THE SAHEL, NIGER

05:39 | Taiwan’s ban on foreigners is tough but necessary | TAIWAN NEWS, TAIWAN

 

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