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Winner of Abuja International Half Marathon to Receive $5,000 Prize Money

This Day 20 Apr 2024
Nigeria .. Olawale Ajimotokan ... The CEO of Nilayo Sports Management, Bukola Olopade, disclosed this Friday in Abuja at a world press conference on the marathon race, which holds on Saturday, April 20, 2024 ... Along the route, it’s half marathon ... .

IMF: Nigeria’s Government Policies in Right Direction

This Day 20 Apr 2024
Nigeria .. *Urges enhanced diversification, tax reforms, insists on subsidy removal. Nume Ekeghe ... Speaking at the Africa Department press briefing, at the ongoing IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings in Washington DC, Selassie said ... The IMF Director said ... .

Five teens shot, injured at ‘senior skip day’ gathering in Greenbelt park

Wtop 20 Apr 2024
(Photo ... (Photo. WTOP/Scott Gelman) ... Police were called around 2.30 p.m ... “If a group of high school students cannot get together and have a good time — what is the world coming to?”. The Associated Press contributed to this report. Source .

Scientology! Insurrection! Fired! The Real Housewives Are in Chaos

The Daily Beast 20 Apr 2024
... the World ... But then I received a press release announcing the installation of a 65-foot long hot dog—the world’s largest!—in Times Square, and I felt seen, accepted, and loved by the city once again.

The Prestigious World Press Photo Exhibition Heads To Auckland This July

Scoop 19 Apr 2024
Rotary Club of Auckland presents World Press Photo Exhibition Saturday 20 July - Sunday 11 August, Auckland Valim-babena. © Lee-Ann Olwage, ... .

Palestinian woman with dead niece image wins World Press Photo award

The Daily Tribune - Bahrain 19 Apr 2024
A haunting image of a grieving Palestinian woman embracing her little niece, killed in an Israeli strike in war-torn Gaza, won the 2024 World Press Photo of the Year Award.

2024 World Press Photo of the Year

Philenews 19 Apr 2024
Reuters photographer MohammadSalem�was in Khan Younis on Oct ... Mohammed�Salem�won the 2024 World Press Photo of the Year award for this image ....

(Poster) China In World Press: Brussels faces blowback if it raises tariffs on Chinese imports

Xinhua 19 Apr 2024
Celebrating life, prosperity in the world's fireworks hub ... World elite divers receive heroic welcome in Xi'an, home of Terracotta Warriors ... World elite divers receive heroic welcome in Xi'an, home of Terracotta Warriors ... (Poster) China In World Press ... .

Photographer Salem wins World Press Photo of the Year award

Dawn 19 Apr 2024
Reuters photographer Mohammed Salem won the prestigious 2024 World Press Photo of the Year award on Thursday for his image of a Palestinian woman cradling the body of her five-year-old niece in the Gaza Strip.

2024 PTP Pink Paper On 2SLGBTQIA+ Representation On Screens

MENA FN 19 Apr 2024
(MENAFN - EIN Presswire) To Be Released at The Banff World Media Festival on June 11, 2024TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, April 18, 2024 /EINPresswire / -- Pink Triangle Press, one of the world's longest ... .

Global debt levels face 'Great Election Year' risk

The Manila Times 19 Apr 2024
The path toward sustainable government debt levels around the world is under threat this year from the sheer number of elections taking place, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Wednesday in a new report.

USAGM names Freedom House president as new VOA director

Voa News 19 Apr 2024
... remarkable work Freedom House has led advocating for democracy and human rights — and especially in defending and advocating for speech and press freedom around the world,” Bennett said in her email.

UT President Jay Hartzell visits Capitol Hill to talk AI with Texas congressional leaders

Austin American-Statesman 19 Apr 2024
"I feel like we're on our way to becoming the highest impact public research university in the world, and it really does take all of us to get there." ... evening, according to a university press release.

Report suggests little progress in first year of Alberta's emissions reduction plan

North Shore News 19 Apr 2024
Institute director Simon Dyer says the government's slow movement on climate change risks Alberta's future by putting its economy out of step with where the world is going. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 19, 2024.