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Fernandes Asserts: Rising Expectations Among Fans Fuel Negative Perceptions of Portugal

Bruno Fernandes and his Portuguese teammates aim to triumph over Ireland as they button up their Euro 2024 warm-ups, coming off a loss to Croatia. Bruno conveyed that Portugal's recent 2-1 setback by Croatia mirrored heightened fan expectations for Euro 2024. Despite a less than stellar performance in Lisbon, where Luka Modric's penalty and Ante Budimir's latter strike handed the visitors a historical victory, the Selecao das Quinas wrapped up their tourney drills. Hitherto crossing into Germany this week, despite…

Trailblazing Brands in Africa 2024: Nike, Adidas, and Samsung Dominate, with MTN Leading the Way for African Brands

Mogadishu (AX) — Brand Africa recently unveiled its 14th annual Brand Africa 100: Africa's Best Brands rankings, showcasing a strong inclination towards non-African brands despite 64% of Africans having faith in the potential of the continent. Only 14% of the top 100 most admired brands in Africa were African brands for the second year in a row. The rankings continue to be dominated by global brands, including Nike, Adidas, Samsung, Coca-Cola, and Apple, holding onto their top five positions for the fifth consecutive year.…

Strategic Discussions Among Somali Security Ministers Amid Ongoing Withdrawal of ATMIS Troops

Gathering in Dhusamareb, Federal and Regional State Ministers of Internal Security and police leaders are meeting to address security matters amid ATMIS troops pulling out. The federal Security Minister, Abdullahi Sheikh Ismail Faratag, shared that the goal of this two-day gathering is to bolster police forces at both federal and state levels. Minister Faratag emphasized the significance of collaboration between Security Ministries and Police Commands at all levels to achieve the nation's security objectives. The Internal…

Immersing in Somali Heritage: University’s Vibrant Cultural Week Ignites Pride Among Students

Dahir Hassan Arab, the head of SIMAD University, a non-profit institution in Mogadishu, emphasized the importance of the cultural week in his opening speech. He mentioned that the event is meant to deepen students' understanding and love for Somali culture. "We want our students to take pride in their heritage and remember the rich history behind it. Every nation is unique in its own way, and it is through the preservation of culture that we set ourselves apart," Arab shared with the audience. He described the event as a…

The increasing water levels of the Shabelle River are causing concern among the residents of Beledweyne.

Mogadishu, Somalia - The river in Beledweyne, the capital of Hiiraan, swelled from heavy rain, alarming locals. Heavy rainfall in Hiiraan and Ethiopian Somali overflowed the Shabelle River, nearing peak levels. Reports show the river flooded areas near Jowhar, affecting regions like Baarey and Kukaay. The Deputy Minister of Agriculture in Hirshabelle, Mohamed Bashir Qasim Daqare, stated that floods have hit areas including Mandere and Bayahaw. SoDMA warned of flooding in districts like Jowhar, Buulaburde, and Dolow. East…

TDF youngsters and troopers amongst 1000’s detained in Oromia, Ethiopia

TDF children and soldiers among thousands detained in Oromia, Ethiopia NAIROBI, Kenya - A number of young children are among those held by Ethiopian authorities, it has been said, in the new wave of detentions targeting Tigrayans, on suspicion of supporting the Tigray Defense Force. . In an interview with The Associated Press on a hidden phone, one of the detainees described the harsh conditions…

the government is looking for culprits among

While the fires are not yet fully under control, the Algerian government is looking for culprits. Since the beginning of the crisis, the authorities have claimed that these fires are of criminal origin. They are now pointing the finger at a Kabyle independence network that is considered a terrorist in Algeria. The…

Zambians vote among internet restrictions, expected results

Zambians flocked to vote for a president on Thursday in controversial polls by incumbent Edgar Lungu and longtime rival Hakainde Hichilema as the internet saw restrictions. After 12 hours of voting, the polls closed at 18.00 (1600 GMT) with several hundred left in queues waiting to vote.The closely fought presidential election is seen as a test of the country's…

Laurent Gbagbo again among his family in his

After ten years of absence, the native child finally arrived at his mother and was greeted with phenomenal cheers. With our special correspondent in Mom, François Hume-FerkatadjiNobody believed it anymore, the wait was so long. But Laurent Gbagbo arrived at 18.00 at Mother. A completely uncontrollable love followed, the police…

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