Daily Archives: July 24, 2019

itel lance son dernier smartphone S15 de la série Selfie intégrant l’application Gallery Go de Google

LAGOS, Nigeria, 24 juillet 2019 /PRNewswire/ — itel, une marque de téléphones mobiles engagée à fournir des produits de haute qualité, abordables et offrant une excellente expérience utilisateur, a annoncé aujourd’hui le lancement de son dernier smartphone S15 de la série

itel Debuts its Latest Selfie Series Smartphone S15 with Google Gallery Go

LAGOS, Nigeria, July 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — itel, a mobile phone brand committed to providing budget-friendly, high quality products boasting excellent user experience, has today announced to launch its latest Selfie series smartphone S15 with Google Gallery Go in order

Economic and Social Council, Concluding Management Segment, Adopts Texts Advocating Greater Support for Vulnerable Populations

Focus on Communities in Haiti, Africa, People Living with HIVThe Economic and Social Council today adopted a series of texts, forwarded by its subsidiary bodies, aimed at streamlining support to those facing development challenges around the globe � in...

Malawi Protesters Reject Former President’s Call for Dialogue

Malawi protesters have rejected a call by former President Bakili Muluzi to suspend street action to allow for talks to end further election-related clashes. Protesters have been calling for the Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson to resign over al...

Kenya Appoints Acting Finance Minister After Rotich Graft Charges

Kenya's presidency appointed Labor Minister Ukur Yatani as acting finance minister on Wednesday, a day after incumbent Henry Rotich was charged with corruption.Rotich, who has been in the finance post since 2013, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to corrup...

US Navy in Ghana to Collaborate on Securing Gulf of Guinea

ACCRA, GHANA - The Gulf of Guinea is a hot spot for illegal activities, which affect global trade and security. This week a conference in Ghana's capital, Accra, seeks solutions to overcome issues that plague the region. Experts say collaboration