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April 14, 2021 10:26 UTC
Clarivate has released a report that explores the 'seismic' shift of the research landscape in 19 countries across the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey (MENAT) region over recent decades. The latest Global Research Report from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) uses data from the Web of Science to demonstrate how MENAT research is growing in volume and impact, driven by increased participation in international research networks. To put the region’s research contribution into global context, ISI conducted a special analysis of MENAT research output mapped against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Out of 819 SDG-related topics identified, MENAT countries have authored at least one paper in 253 topics (31 per cent). The increasingly international scope of the MENAT regional research base is seen in its researcher mobility and collaborations.
April 14, 2021 10:18 UTC
Every corner had some sort of juicing stand, many of which would sell mint lemonade, my all-time favourite drink. Mint lemonade: my favourite drink, with some of my favourite memories. Ingredients200g (½ cup) sugar250ml (1 cup) water, divided into 2160ml (⅔ cup) fresh lemon juice15g (½ cup) mint leaves420g (3 cups) ice cubes2. MethodAdd the sugar and 125ml (½ cup) water in a saucepan. Add the cooled syrup, 125ml (½ cup) water, 160ml (⅔ cup) lemon juice, fresh mint and ice cubes into the blender.
April 14, 2021 08:36 UTC
Emirates NBD, a leading banking group in the MENAT (Middle East, North Africa and Turkey) region, is bringing together cultures and communities to safely share in the true spirit of Ramadan and make a difference through its #FastWithFriends social media challenge.The virtual campaign, which runs throughout the Holy Month, encourages people from all cultures and faiths in the UAE to learn more about Ramadan and the importance of fasting by joining their Muslim friends in the experience for a day.For each day a fellow non-Muslim chooses to fast with a friend and share their journey via FaceBook, Twitter, Instagram or TikTok using the hashtag '#FastWithFriends', Emirates NBD will donate AED 100 to Al Jalila Foundation with the aim of contributing a total of AED 500,000 to the noble cause. As more people fast in solidarity for good, they can tag their friends to participate in the challenge via their social platforms.Meanwhile, prominent influencers in the UAE will also join in the challenge to further encourage the community to come together virtually for a meaningful cause, reminding participants to celebrate iftar safely given current restrictions on gatherings.Moadh Bukhash, Chief Marketing Officer, Group Marketing & Customer Experience, Emirates NBD, said: “As a leading local bank, we continue to put community at the heart of all we do. We are delighted to launch our #FastWithFriends campaign that embodies the UAE's inspiring model of tolerance, peaceful coexistence and human fraternity. Our unique challenge safely brings together our community of different cultures to share in the spirit of this blessed season and give to those in need, reflecting the true spirit of Ramadan and proving that we can all work as one to make a difference.”
April 14, 2021 08:26 UTC
By EMANZI NDYAMUHAKI More by this AuthorIn 2019, Nemostars Volleyball Club registered Uganda’s best ever performance at the Africa Clubs Championship. As the championship returns this year, after last year’s hiatus due to Covid-19, Nemostars have set a target of making the semifinals. “We are training outdoor and yet the championship is played indoors but we are now used to that,” Okapis said. The financial constraints also mean that the club remain uncertain on how many players they can afford to the championship. The championship starts Friday and Nemostars will only be able to travel on Thursday with improving their last position is top on the agenda.
April 13, 2021 07:07 UTC
Despite occasional peace overtures, the conflict in Yemen is continuing unabated, with Saudi Arabia and Iran supporting either sides of the surrogate war. The coalition entered the war after the Houthis ousted the internationally recognised government from the capital Sanaa. The Iran-Saudi Arabia proxy warThe war has become the focal point of the rivalry between the Sunni-dominated Saudi Arabia and Shia-majority Iran. Saudi’s stakes in Yemen are higher than Iran’sThe scale of Saudi intervention in Yemen should not be underestimated. Saudi Arabia shares a border with Yemen and cannot afford to have a pro-Iran establishment led by the Shias as its neighbour.
April 13, 2021 06:00 UTC
Violent Human Trafficking Ring That Charged €2,500 Into Spain Smashed By Police In Cadiz. THE National Police have arrested 20 people, 13 in the province of Cadiz and seven in Ceuta, and charged them with being members of a criminal organisation dedicated to the illegal trafficking of human beings. Irregular migration in the region has been a prominent issue between Spain and Morocco as human trafficking becomes increasingly lucrative for traffickers. Morocco continues to work closely with Spain authorities to curb human trafficking patterns. Thirteen arrests were made in the province of Cádiz, and seven in Ceuta, all of them for the illegal trafficking of human beings.
April 13, 2021 05:34 UTC
Photo: Fayez Nureldine/AFP via Getty ImagesThe Arab world has historically been a hotspot for global risks. While the region is not homogenous, three interdependent areas are key to strengthen resilience in all countries: economic diversification away from dependence on commodity or low-value exports, private sector growth to enable job creation, and future-proofing skills. The Gulf countries’ economic development plans — usually dubbed Vision 2030 or the like — have aggressive targets and high ambitions. Private sector growth is necessary for political stability, but it has been hampered by heavy regulatory environments, rent-seeking behavior and governance challenges, and political uncertainty. Progress in diversification and private sector development has been slow, and although the region is entrepreneurial, youth unemployment remains a key issue.
April 12, 2021 21:56 UTC
The market is now down 2.44% year-to-date and the total market capitalization stands at XOF 4,268bn (USD 7.7bn). The total market capitalization stands at NGN 20.3tn (USD 53.4bn). The total market capitalization stands at MAD 599bn (USD 66.9bn), up 2.59% YTD. The average daily turnover dropped by a third to KES 515m (USD 4.8m) and the total market capitalization amounts to KES 2,436bn (USD 22.7bn). The total market capitalization amounts to ZWL 498.9bn (USD 5.91bn), up 61.98% so far this year.
April 12, 2021 14:15 UTC
In late 1942 and early 1943, the Allies were scrambling to defeat the Germans in North Africa. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower wanted his forces to move faster, leading to an unusual deal with British Lt. Gen. Bernard Montgomery. The Allies gained an important Mediterranean port, the Tunisians in the city were liberated, and British Lt. Gen. Bernard Montgomery won a B-17 bomber from Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. US Navy PhotographThe battles in North Africa raged back and forth as German reinforcements tried to hold the line. Eisenhower honored the bet and sent Montgomery a B-17 bomber and crew even though the bombers were needed for the war effort.
April 12, 2021 14:03 UTC
Russia’s Wagner group is preparing to send 300 Syrian fighters from the Bashar Assad regime-controlled Deir el-Zour to fight alongside Libyan putschist Gen. Khalifa Haftar, security sources on the ground stated on Monday. Sources told Daily Sabah that the new Syrian mercenary group is comprised of fighters loyal to the regime, Iran-backed foreign groups and volunteers from Assad’s army. Formed back in 2014 in Ukraine and owned by businessperson Yevgeny Prigozhin, the Wagner Group is intensely involved in several conflicts. The group made its presence most pronounced in Syria and Libya, where Russia actively participated in the civil war and reportedly used the Wagner Group as its proxy in the region. Although Russia officially does not acknowledge any cooperation with the Wagner Group, the reports from the field prove otherwise.
April 12, 2021 13:52 UTC
Social media is a valuable tool for improving health awareness in AfricaAlthough Africa is the 2nd ranked continent worldwide in terms of population (following Asia), I believe it’s last when it comes to health awareness levels. Why are social media platforms efficient tools in health awareness? However, I believe that social media is the most efficient one for many reasons. Secondly, social media is very cost-effective compared with other above-the-line media such as TV or radio. That’s why I see that social media should be included as a main channel of communication in any health awareness campaign in Africa.
April 12, 2021 13:41 UTC
They will feature in the new ‘World War Two: War Stories’ exhibition, which will be ready when the Dorset attraction in Bovington re-opens to visitors, expected to be on May 17. It was during the relief operations that the swastika flag was captured from an 88mm flak gun locker by the advancing 8th Royal Tank Regiment. “This swastika flag was probably used to help identify the German gun position to their own Luftwaffe pilots. ‘’We are able to show this captured flag along with the Union Flag that flew above Tobruk during the long siege. “And of course – it goes without saying - the Union Flag is displayed above the swastika as a symbol of the victory over Nazism.”
April 12, 2021 10:52 UTC
Madrid, Spain — Spanish police said Monday they had arrested 20 alleged human smugglers operating through the Ceuta exclave bordering Morocco. They are thought to be responsible for a February shipwreck in which four migrants drowned and are accused of trafficking migrants in rickety boats, each carrying between seven and 10 people, between North Africa and Spain. ADVERTISEMENTTheir victims, mostly underage Moroccans, were approached in Ceuta, police said in a statement. They then traveled the few kilometers to the Iberian peninsula, paying an average of 2,500 euros ($3,000) apiece. In the bust, some 150 police officers backed by Europol agents seized three boats, five firearms, ammunition, and cash.
April 12, 2021 10:30 UTC
Its move into programmatic via the Reach integration is an extension of the company’s commitment to evolving its OOH offering. Now that Pikasso’s digital inventory is available programmatically via Reach, media buyers can harness it to execute targeted DOOH and omnichannel campaigns to regional audiences, with triggers based on real-time conditions and mobile location data. Via Reach’s robust network of DSPs, Pikasso also gains exposure to new digital media buyers from around the world. “With our inventory on Reach, buyers can now seamlessly plan and execute campaigns that deliver more contextually relevant messaging to audiences in the region via multiple consumer touchpoints. To keep pace with the demand, Broadsign is aligning with leading providers like Pikasso to bring more prime inventory from highly-sought after regions to the Reach platform,” shared Adam Green, SVP and GM, Broadsign Programmatic Platforms.
April 12, 2021 10:18 UTC