November 7, 2022

Fairmont & ALL – Accor Live Limitless Launch ‘Beyond LIMITS’: A New Collection of Boundary-Pushing Experiences Across North & Central America

UNEXPECTED, LIMITED-TIME EXPERIENCES TAKE TRAVELERS ON EXCLUSIVE JOURNEYS AIMED AT ACTIVATING THE SENSES, AND INSPIRING AWE & WONDER Toronto, Canada, Nov. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fairmont Hotels & Resorts announces the official debut of ‘Beyond LIMITS’, an exciting new collection of first-of-their-kind, awe-inspiring experiences available exclusively at iconic Fairmont properties, and other ALL – […]

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UN Climate Conference Opened In Egypt In Hopes To Turn Finance Pledges Into Action

SHARM EL-SHEIKH– The 27th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), opened yesterday, in Egypt’s coastal city of Sharm El-Sheikh, in hopes to turn global climate finance pledges into action.   During his speech at the opening ceremony, Egyptian Foreign Minister and COP27 President, Sameh Shoukry, stressed the need to confront the negative effects of climate change, during the two-week conference, where more than 120 world leaders will seek possible solutions to climate change challenges.   “Climate change threatens human life and the development pattern in industrial field, which is no longer sustainable

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Precision Air aircrash: Prime Minister awards 1m/- to a fisherman for heroic act during rescue mission

BUKOBA (Tanzania)— A fisherman in Bukoba Municipality has been awarded 1m/- by the Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa for his heroic act in Sunday’s plane crash that saved the lives of 24 people aboard Precision Air.   The young man, Majaliwa Jackson received the money from Kagera Regional Commissioner, Albert Chalamila on Monday during the public funeral ceremony held at Kaitaba Stadium in Kagera region.   Speaking during the ceremony, the RC said apart from the money awarded by the Prime Minister, authorities in Bukoba region will also award the teenager for his efforts.   Moreover, Chalamila asked the Prime Minister

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Stringent Security Measures for COP27

Dozens of people who called for demonstrations during the COP27 climate conference underway in Egypt were arrested in the lead up to the opening of the conference, Human Rights Watch said in a statement Sunday. Security measures in Sharm el-Sheikh, the resort town where the conference is being held, have been stringent. Officials have required the installation of cameras in all taxis, a move that allows security agency surveillance of drivers and passengers, HRW said. In addition, Egyptian officials have imposed what HRW describes as an “unduly complicated process” for registering for access to the Green Zone outside the COP

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UN Agencies Raise Concern Over Refugee Influx Into Malawi

U.N. agencies in Malawi say an influx of hundreds of refugees escaping fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo is straining already scarce resources at Malawi’s largest refugee camp. The U.N.’s World Food Program (WFP) has warned it is quickly running out of food aid for the camp’s more than 50,000 refugees and asylum-seekers. The U.N.’s World Food Program says the influx of refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo is putting pressure on resources. The WFP has long provided monthly food ration assistance to more than 50,000 refugees in Malawi. “Since 2021, WFP has been providing food to refugees

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