Arkib Harian: April 4, 2024

Somalia expels Ethiopian envoy amid naval base dispute

Somalia expels Ethiopian envoy amid naval base dispute

NAIROBI (Reuters) -Somalia said on Thursday it was expelling Ethiopia’s ambassador, closing two Ethiopian consulates and recalling its own ambassador to Addis Ababa amid a dispute over Ethiopia’s plan to lease coastline in the breakaway region of Somaliland. Ethiopian foreign ministry spokesperson Nebiyu Tedla said Ethiopia did not have any …

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Nvidia, Alphabet lead market cap surge in March

Nvidia Alphabet lead market cap surge in March

(Reuters) – Nvidia Corp and Alphabet Inc saw the biggest jump in their market capitalisation in March, driven by artificial intelligence (AI) enthusiasm and anticipation for new products and expansion plans. Nvidia’s market cap soared to $2.25 trillion at March-end, up 14% from February, while Alphabet’s rose 9% to $1.8 …

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Russia detains three more people over concert shooting

Russia detains three more people over concert shooting

MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russia has detained three more people suspected of involvement in last month’s mass shooting at a concert hall near Moscow, the FSB security service was quoted as saying on Thursday. A Russian citizen and two foreign citizens, all originally from Central Asia, were detained in Moscow, Yekaterinburg and …

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Football: Soccer-Sanguine Kompany says Burnley have been here before

Football Soccer Sanguine Kompany says Burnley have been here before

(Reuters) – Burnley manager Vincent Kompany is sanguine about his side’s Premier League survival battle and says there is no sense of panic about the club’s precarious position as the season reaches a critical juncture. An unbeaten four-match run, coupled with Nottingham Forest’s four-point deduction, has given Burnley fresh hope …

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UN rights body adopts first resolution to protect rights of intersex people

UN rights body adopts first resolution to protect rights of

GENEVA (Reuters) – The United Nations Human Rights Council on Thursday voted to adopt a resolution designed to protect the rights of intersex people, the first initiative of its kind that diplomats and rights groups described as an landmark moment for humhttp://content.reuters.com/auth-server/content/tag:reuters.com,2022:newsml_RC2NZU942Z9N:284581975/tag:reuters.com,2022:binary_RC2NZU942Z9N-BASEIMAGE?action=download&mediatype=picture&mex_media_type=picture&token=QxzOjyVpRjn1gTApNZjdj%2FfdTL1E1udHImvrSv5CoSE%3Dan rights. Twenty-four countries voted in favour, twenty-three abstained …

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