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Man City Chairman Al Mubarak Raises Alarm Over Premier League Financial Rules Jeopardizing Match Excellence

Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak recently voiced concerns following legal charges from the club against the Premier League. The legal pushback challenges the Premier League's Associated Party Transaction (APT) regulations linked to commercial and sponsorship engagements with entities related to the club's proprietors. Implemented in December 2021 after Newcastle United's acquisition by the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund, these regulations aim to curb overvaluation of business deals with owner-connected…

Gulf of Aden Under Siege: Escalating Threat of Somali Piracy Sparks Alarm

A European naval force apprehended six suspected pirates after they attacked an oil tanker in the Gulf of Aden, possibly part of a surge in piracy originating from Somalia.The assault on the Marshall Islands-flagged Chrystal Arctic occurred amid Yemen's Houthi rebels' attacks on ships in the Red Sea and the Bab el-Mandeb Strait. These attacks have disrupted commercial traffic through the area towards the Suez Canal and the Mediterranean Sea.The pirates fired on the tanker from a vessel carrying weapons and ladders, armed…

Gulf of Aden Under Siege: Escalating Somali Pirate Activity Sparks Alarm

The Indian Navy heroically saved the MV RUEN in the waters off Somalia on March 16, 2024. A European naval squad captured six suspected pirates who attacked an oil tanker in the Gulf of Aden. These incidents are part of a rising trend in piracy activities originating from Somalia. The pirates assaulted the Chrystal Arctic, a ship sailing under the Marshall Islands' flag, with firearms and ladders. They carried rifles and grenades, according to Ambrey, a private security company. A skirmish ensued between the pirates and the…

UNHCR Sounds Alarm as Torrential Rain Leaves Thousands of African Refugees Homeless

The UNHCR warns that without support to brace for, endure, and recover from climate-triggered crises, people are at greater risk of being uprooted again. Kenya, alongside Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda, and Burundi, is facing abnormal heavy rains in the Horn of Africa, with warmer temperatures causing heat stress in parts of South Sudan and Somalia. Nearly 20,000 individuals in Dadaab refugee camps in Kenya have been displaced by rising water levels, with some forced to seek shelter in damaged schools, leading to a heightened…

In Guinea, the alarm call from those close to Oumar Sylla,

This Guinean activist, also known as Foniké Menguè, is an official of the Tournons la page and the National Front for Defense of the Constitution, FNDC. Oumar Sylla was forcibly arrested on the streets of Conakry in September last year while trying to mobilize citizens for a demonstration against the proposed third term of…

the cry of alarm from the woodworkers in difficulty

Woodworkers are in difficulty due to Covid-19 and the high raw material costs. They have created a platform to collect complaints from furniture carpenters. Some are still waiting for their share of state aid to deal with the economic and social consequences of the health crisis. as reported from Dakar, Birahim ToureIn one of…

The IMF is sounding the alarm about the economic consequences in Africa

The International Monetary Fund held a virtual meeting on Friday, October 9, on the impact of coronavirus in Africa in the presence of its CEO Kristalina Georgieva. According to the latter, economic support released in recent months is significant, but it remains insufficient to help the continent emerge from the crisis. According to the IMF chief executive, the institution has already released nearly $ 26 billion this year. This is ten times more than what the IMF releases on average each year for loans. But the needs…

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