The Meaty Side of Climate Change

[New Dawn] BERLIN – Last year, three of the world’s largest meat companies – JBS, Cargill, and Tyson Foods – emitted more greenhouse gases than France, and nearly as much as some big oil companies.

[New Dawn] BERLIN - Last year, three of the world's largest meat companies - JBS, Cargill, and Tyson Foods - emitted more greenhouse gases than France, and nearly as much as some big oil companies.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Forgiveness Key to Nation Building

[New Dawn] The newly inducted President of the Liberia Council of Churches or LCC, Rev. Dr. Kortu K. Brown stresses forgiveness as a pedestal upon which effective nation building is achievable.

[New Dawn] The newly inducted President of the Liberia Council of Churches or LCC, Rev. Dr. Kortu K. Brown stresses forgiveness as a pedestal upon which effective nation building is achievable.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

The Climate-Conflict Nexus

[New Dawn] Yemen and South Sudan are, in many ways, worlds apart. But, despite vast differences in history, tradition, and culture, both countries share one painful feature: their people are now bearing the brunt of two of the most devastating manmade …

[New Dawn] Yemen and South Sudan are, in many ways, worlds apart. But, despite vast differences in history, tradition, and culture, both countries share one painful feature: their people are now bearing the brunt of two of the most devastating manmade crises: violent conflict and climate change.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Ecowas Wants NEC to Implement Supreme Court Recommendations

[New Dawn] West African leaders have urged the National Elections Commission (NEC) to implement the Supreme Court’s recommendations, heading into the presidential run-off.

[New Dawn] West African leaders have urged the National Elections Commission (NEC) to implement the Supreme Court's recommendations, heading into the presidential run-off.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

EX PM Sharmake Protests Arrest of Abdishakur

[Dalsan Radio] Former Somalia Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmake has protested the arrest of former Presidential candidate Abdirahman Abdirashid and warned that Somalia may slip back to civil war if the government continues to clamp down on dissen…

[Dalsan Radio] Former Somalia Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmake has protested the arrest of former Presidential candidate Abdirahman Abdirashid and warned that Somalia may slip back to civil war if the government continues to clamp down on dissenting voices.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Inaugural Dabanga Run-a-Thon a Runaway Success!

[Radio Dabanga] Maastricht -More than 15 runners, and several supporters, braved wintery conditions at a running track in the southwestern Dutch city of Maastricht on Saturday December 9 2017 to raise funds and awareness for Radio Dabanga, the only rad…

[Radio Dabanga] Maastricht -More than 15 runners, and several supporters, braved wintery conditions at a running track in the southwestern Dutch city of Maastricht on Saturday December 9 2017 to raise funds and awareness for Radio Dabanga, the only radio station that provides independent and reliable news in Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Trial of Activist in ‘Indecent Clothing’ Case Adjourned

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The defence of activist Winnie Omar, who has been accused of wearing indecent clothing, requested the ruling to be postponed until Thursday. On social media Omar has defended herself against the charges under the Public Order …

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The defence of activist Winnie Omar, who has been accused of wearing indecent clothing, requested the ruling to be postponed until Thursday. On social media Omar has defended herself against the charges under the Public Order Act.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Mahiga Tour Fruitful, Meets Chinese Potential Investor

[Daily News] MINISTER for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Augustine Mahiga (pictured) continued with his four-day official visit to China by meeting Chinese potential investor into various projects in the country.

[Daily News] MINISTER for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Dr Augustine Mahiga (pictured) continued with his four-day official visit to China by meeting Chinese potential investor into various projects in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania