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Sunday, April 30, 2017

International

Teachers in Boko Haram-hit region trained to keep schools safe

TVC NEWS School teachers in the Lake Chad region where Boko Haram is waging an insurgency are being trained to identify and respond to...

Euro falls against U.S. dollar on dovish ECB tone

TVC NEWS The euro dipped against the U.S. dollar on Thursday after European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said policymakers did not discuss removing...

Macron solicits votes ahead of French presidential runoff

French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has stepped up his attacks against opponent, far-right leader Marine Le Pen. At a rally on Wednesday, he called on...

U.S. opens office to help victims of crimes

U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, John Kelly has announced the opening of an office dedicated to helping the victims of crimes committed by undocumented...

Donald Trump administration unveils new tax reforms

The Trump administration has unveiled what it called the biggest tax cut in U.S. history, proposing a sharp reduction in corporate taxes and a...

Pope Francis heads to Egypt to boost ties with Muslim community

Catholic Pontiff, Pope Francis will be flying to Cairo on Friday, barely a month after two church bombings killed 45 people in two Egyptian...

East Africa: Rwanda, DR Congo agree to enhance bilateral trade ties

  Rwanda and DR Congo have affirmed commitment to strengthen bilateral trade ties between the two countries. This was one of the outcomes from a weekend...

African Nations endorse simple trade documentation procedures at Seaports

Heads of African maritime administration from 34 maritime nations in African have identified the need for member countries to adopt simple trade documentation procedures...

Car industry accelerates as weaker pound pushes up exports

The UK car industry has seen its best month for manufacturing since the beginning of 2000, as overseas demand sees exports increase by over...

Bank of Japan keeps policy steady, sounds more upbeat on economy

The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy unchanged on Thursday and offered a more upbeat view of the economy than last month, signalling its...
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