Mali's embattled President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita announced on Saturday the dissolution of the country's constitutional court. The move comes after civil unrest in the capital Bamako left four people dead on Friday and led to the arrest of several opposition leaders. … [Read more...] about Mali: President Keita dissolves constitutional court amid unrest
Other wholesale insurance products, including asset, engineering and project insurance, which does not make up a large proportion of total revenue, also saw low growth rates because of the declines in FDI capital and other types of investment. Other wholesale insurance products, including asset, engineering and project insurance, which does not make up a large proportion of total revenue, also saw low growth rates because of the declines in FDI capital and other types of investment. … [Read more...] about Non-life insurers complain as premiums plunge during Covid-19 crisis
Some of the notable names set to take part in the occasion include French guitarist Kenjah David, German pianist Max Schwingeling, two US saxophonists Sebastien Berruz and Pablo Yang, contrabass artist David Carpio, along with Vietnamese drummer Ha Dinh Huy. … [Read more...] about Latin melodies ready to enthrall music-lovers in Hanoi
The attempt was made to use ethnic cleansing to wipe out an entire population group — so it was genocide. And it is the only case of genocide on European soil since World War II to be recognized as such. This was why such great efforts were made after the war to uncover and document these crimes. We wanted to ensure that the people responsible, the perpetrators, would be brought to justice. In this context, it was especially important that the state used DNA analysis to precisely document all missing people, regardless of their ethnic, religious or national origins. It meant that the families could bury their dead and that they could see justice being done. That was the path that we decided to go down. But we are not at the end of that path. … [Read more...] about Srebrenica can ‘happen anywhere’
Many different approaches to tackling HIV/AIDS in Africa Championing an HIV-free Africa After leaving office, Festus Mogae, former president of Botswana (1998-2008), launched Champions for an AIDS-Free Generation, which brings together a number of former African presidents and other influential personalities eager to help fight the scourge. They hope that their experience and influence will enable them to exert pressure on governments and partners to invest in AIDS prevention. … [Read more...] about Brazilian HIV patient cured: Can this be true?