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The Buk-M3 also nicknamed Viking by NATO, medium-range surface-to-air missile system is a modernized version of the Buk-M2 system, features advanced electronic components and a deadly new missile and could be regarded as a completely new system. The system is designed, developed and manufactured by the Russian Defense Company Almaz-Antey. The Buk-M3 system boasts Continue Reading
R The Eastern Africa Power Pool (EAPP) was initiated based on the need for optimum development of energy resources to accelerate access to reliable and affordable electricity across borders of 10 countries. Fifteen years down the line, however, the ambitious plan whose aim was to interconnect power facilities in the wider East Africa region to […]Continue Reading
The Israeli biotech company, Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies (AEBi), has announced a medical breakthrough that will cure cancer.Scientists at AEBi say they have discovered a way of using peptides, a chain of amino acids, to target and kill cancer cells. “We believe we will offer in a year’s time a complete cure for cancer,” AEBi board […]Continue Reading
African Continent Renewable Energy Production Current Estimate at 310 Giga-Watts. The just concluded sub-regional exchange meeting on domestic and renewable sources of energies in the Sahel region in Dakar, Senegal  indicated that the African continent’s renewable energies potential is currently estimated at 310 Giga-Watts (GW). This is according to an expert from the Continue Reading
A horrific crash took place in the Murmansk region and video has emerged showing the bomber’s approach of the landing site in near-zero visibility and the moment the plane snapped in half, exploding. The video appeared to be recorded by one of the servicemen at an air base near the city of Olenegorsk, according to RT, and has Continue Reading
The reptile had never attacked humans before, but this time it is thought to have suddenly leapt several metres up into the air to drag the woman into its fenced pool. An Indonesian scientist is thought to have been eaten alive by a crocodile while she was feeding it at the lab where she worked.  Moments earlier, the […]Continue Reading
U.N. PEACEKEEPING FORCE TO REMAIN IN CYPRUS FOR THE NEXT SIX MONTHS. Deeply divided along ethnic lines, the southern European island of Cyprus near Greece and Turkey, is currently facing a number of problems. Talks on reunification of the two separate halves of the island, the Greek-Cypriot and the Turkish-Cypriot are currently at an impasse. […]Continue Reading
  The number of sophisticated electronics criminals in Kenya is growing rapidly. On Wednesday January 30th, the Kenyan Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) published names and images of at least 130 suspects wanted in connection with electronic fraud. The suspects allegedly hacked into bank systems.  The battle against cybercrime is quite tough as hackers Continue Reading
S Long-serving Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who has faced protests in the country for weeks against his rule, has accused the media of exaggerating the size of the problems he is facing.  His remarks came on Sunday 27th January, during a news conference in Cairo after a meeting with his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. […]Continue Reading
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT AFTER ELECTED PRESIDENT TSHISEKEDI HAS ASSUMED POWER? The peaceful change of leadership  in the large Central African nation, the Democratic Republic of  Congo, following the recent end of December 2018 elections, now appears to have been achieved. This comes after the country’s constitutional court upheld the highly disputed victory of Felix Continue Reading
Moroccan Banks Set to Become Launch-pads for Investments in Africa. Following an International Monetary Fund (IMF) review and a statement of approval for Morocco’s economic fundamentals and frameworks, banks in the North African country are set to serve as launch-pads for both its nationals and European business to expand throughout the continent. A report by […]Continue Reading