Japanese Ship Operator to Put $9.4M Toward Mauritius Oil Spill Recovery

2 weeks ago Web Desk 0
The operator of a Japanese-owned bulk carrier that crashed into a reef in late July, causing a widespread oil spill in Mauritius, will pay at least $9.4 million over several years to fund environmental projects and support local fishing communities. The spill took place near the coastal areas of southeast Mauritius, an area of international Read More

Botswana Parliament Rejects Call to Arm Game Rangers

2 weeks ago Web Desk 0
GABORONE, BOTSWANA – Botswana’s National Assembly has rejected a call to rearm its game rangers that was driven by a surge in rhinoceros poaching in recent years. Guns were taken away from the rangers in 2018, but an opposition party lawmaker had moved a motion to rearm the wildlife officers. Botswana’s legislators voted against a Read More

URGENT: Over 7780 of COVID-19 Patients Have Recovered

2 weeks ago Web Desk 0
DUSHANBE, There are 37 new COVID-19 cases today. The total number of infected individuals is now 9,014. The number of those who could not recover remains unchanged at 72 individuals, reports the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population. Of the infected group, 7,782 individuals or 86.3% have recovered. So far, 109 people suspected Read More