Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Concerns over the performance of the Egyptian economy are growing.

NewsZents. NY : Concerns over the performance of the Egyptian economy are growing. The 2015 Business Barometer Index (BBI), an index that tracks business...

Senator Marco Rubio who could not manage his Credit Card Payment wants to manage...

NewsZents.com NY. Senator Marco Rubio who could not manage his Credit Card Payment wants to manage $40 trillion economy, this is a big question...

Nigeria Govt, Chinese firms to build N4b transformer producing plant

NIGERIA is set to join the league of countries in the world with state-of-the-art transformer producing plants, as the National Agency for Science and...

Tanzanian police arrest four Chinese with 11 rhino horns

Tanzanian police said Sunday they had arrested four Chinese men after finding 11 rhino horns hidden beneath their car in one of the largest...

Why ‘Biafra Restoration’ Is A Matter For Cameroon, E. Guinea And not Nigeria –...

A recent breaking article has raised serious questions on the validity of the so-called “Biafra Restoration” project being pushed by Radio Biafra. Allegedly, according...

Breaking news: President Obama rejects keystone pipeline

Newszents.com NY. President Obama rejects any hope for keystone pipeline. It is not a silver bullet for the US economy.

UK bank to axe 15,000 jobs, seeks US$5.1b

Source: AFP | November 4, 2015, Wednesday | PRINT EDITION ASIA-FOCUSED British bank Standard Chartered said yesterday that it would axe 15,000 jobs...

China launches new communication satellite

CHINA on Wednesday morning put a new communication satellite into orbit from the southwestern Xichang Satellite Launch Center. The "ChinaSat 2C" satellite was launched at...

European firm invests $6b in Iran’s power sector

TEHRAN- An European firm signed a deal with the Iranian Energy Ministry for making $6 billion investment in Iran’s power sector, Iran’s Government Spokesman...

Despite GOP Stand: TransCanada suspends its US permit on Keystone Pipeline

US President Barack Obama winks as he tells a joke about his place of birth during the White House Correspondents Association Dinner in Washington,...