Day: February 6, 2021

Indian Premier League – IPL 2020 News : Vijay Hazare Trophy 2020-21 to take

News Teams split into Elite Groups A, B, C, D and E, and one Plate Group The Vijay Hazare Trophy, the domestic one-day competition in India, will take place from February 20 to March 14. The teams have been split into six groups, Elite A, B, C, D and...

US to end deals to send asylum seekers back to Central America | Incredible Solutions Tech

Rights groups have long denounced accords allowing Trump administration to deport asylum seekers at US border. The United States has moved to end agreements with three Central American nations under which former President Donald Trump’s administration intended to send migrants and asylum seekers who arrived at the US border...

Protests erupt in Chile after police fatally shoot street | Incredible Solutions Tech

Hundreds protest in southern Chile and the government holds emergency meeting after performer fatally shot by police. Protests have broken out and municipal buildings were set on fire in southern Chile after police shot dead a street performer, prompting an emergency government meeting. The shooting took place on Friday...

Pfizer applies for full COVID-19 vaccine approval in Brazil | | Incredible Solutions Tech

President Jair Bolsonaro’s handling of pandemic and slow vaccine distribution has led to protests and investigation. Pfizer Inc has applied for full regulatory approval for its COVID-19 vaccine in Brazil, the country’s health regulator said on Saturday, amid continuing unrest over right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro’s response to the pandemic...

A Dark Secret No More — Global Issues | Incredible Solutions Tech

Masooma Ranalvi is the founder of WeSpeakOut and has campaigned to end FGM/C. by Mariya Salim (new delhi, india) Saturday, February 06, 2021 Inter Press Service Today, Jan. 6 marks the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation. In commemoration IPS has reissued our piece on FGM/C in...

Sudan: Further GERD filling ‘direct threat’ to national | Incredible Solutions Tech

Irrigation and water resources minister says the unilateral move by Ethiopia in July would ‘threaten the lives of half the population in central Sudan’. Sudan has said neighbouring Ethiopia should not unilaterally go ahead with the further filling a massive dam on the Blue Nile River, saying such a...

Palestinian rights groups urge swift action after ICC ruling | | Incredible Solutions Tech

Officials and rights groups welcome ‘landmark’ ICC ruling that it has jurisdiction in the occupied Palestinian territories. Palestinian rights groups have welcomed the International Criminal Court’s ruling that it has jurisdiction over the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories and called on the court’s prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to take...

Will the latest attempt for peace in Libya succeed? | Incredible Solutions Tech

Rival factions agree to form a new unity government. Source link...

The devastation of the Mauritius oil spill is still | Incredible Solutions Tech

Mauritius is known to most people as a popular holiday destination because of its gorgeous beaches, volcanic rocks, its fragile ecosystems of mangrove forests, coral atolls, underwater coral reefs, seagrass, and historic forts. But in early 2020, the tourism industry – a key sector in the Mauritian economy –...

Abdul Hamid Dbeibah: Who is Libya’s new prime minister? | | Incredible Solutions Tech

Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, a businessman-turned-politician, has been chosen as Libya’s new interim prime minister following lengthy United Nations-sponsored talks aimed at ending a decade of conflict in the North African country. Dbeibah, along with a three-member Presidential Council, will have the crucial and difficult task of preparing the ground...

Biden is promising unity. But what does that mean? | Joe Biden | Incredible Solutions Tech

US President Joe Biden was propelled to the White House on a message of unity that sought to strike a stark contrast to his predecessor Donald Trump’s divisive leadership. But what first served as a demarcation in a crowded Democratic primary field – and then as a distinct counterpoint...

Tunisia demonstrators defy lockdown to protest police | Incredible Solutions Tech

Rally held to mark the anniversary of the 2013 killing of a prominent activist and to protest against police abuses. Hundreds of protesters backed by Tunisia’s powerful labour union gathered in central Tunis on Saturday, defying a police lockdown that blocked roads in a large area of the capital....

Al Jazeera’s Mahmoud Hussein released from jail in Egypt | | Incredible Solutions Tech

Egypt has released Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein after more than four years in detention without formal charges or trial. Hussein, an Egyptian national held under preventive detention since December 2016, was released from jail on Saturday. In a statement, Mostefa Souag, acting director general of the network, said...

Protests erupt in Chad as Deby nominated to run for sixth term | Incredible Solutions Tech

Police in Chad fired tear gas and made several arrests as hundreds protested against President Idriss Deby’s nomination to run for a sixth term in an April election. In the capital N’Djamena on Saturday, hundreds of protesters set tyres on fire and chanted “No to a sixth term!” and...

Somali political leaders fail to reach deal on elections | | Incredible Solutions Tech

Somalia’s divided political leaders have failed to agree on how to proceed with elections in emergency talks, a government minister has announced, just days before the end of the president’s current term. President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed flew back to the capital from the central town of Dhusamareb, without a...