La barre audio Série 9 RAY•DANZ avec Dolby Atmos de TCL remporte le prix iF DESIGN AWARD 2020 pour sa conception unique utilisant la technologie de réflecteurs acoustiques innovante de TCL

SHENZHEN, Chine, 19 mai 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TCL Electronics (1070.HK), l’un des principaux acteurs dans le secteur mondial de la télévision et une société d’électronique grand public, confirme son engagement envers l’innovation technologique sonore, ayant remporté le prix iF DESIGN AWARD 2020 pour sa barre audio TCL Série 9 RAY•DANZ avec Dolby Atmos et sa […]

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TCL 9 Series RAY•DANZ Soundbar with Dolby Atmos Receives iF DESIGN AWARD 2020 For Its Unique Design Featuring TCL’s Innovative Acoustic Reflector Technology

SHENZHEN, China, May 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TCL Electronics (1070.HK), one of the leading players in the global TV industry and a leading consumer electronics company, underlines its commitment to sound technology innovation as the TCL 9 Series RAY•DANZ soundbar with Dolby Atmos receives the iF DESIGN AWARD 2020 for its unique design of innovative acoustic […]

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6 Month Extension of UNIFSA Mandate Welcomed

KHARTOUM – Alor Koul, chief administrator for Abyei, reacted positively Monday to word that the United Nations Security Council extended the mandate for Abyei for six months, but cautioned that renewing the U.N. mandate will not alone solve the dispute between Sudan and South Sudan over who controls the area. According to Koul, what is required is a strong political decision by the governments of both countries to determine the final status of the area. “We urge the two countries to expedite their discussions over the issues of Abyei so…

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More Than 200 Killed in South Sudan Inter-Communal Violence

JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN – More than 200 people were killed and at least 300 others wounded in inter-communal clashes last weekend in South Sudan’s Jonglei state, according to local leaders. Local officials say armed youth suspected of being from the Greater Pibor Administrative Area carried out attacks in four villages on Saturday and Sunday. Young men reported to be wearing military uniforms raided several villages and burned two Uror County villages – Pieri and Pamai – to the ground, according to Pal Mai, former deputy secretary general of the…

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HRW: DRC Police Kill 55 in Crackdown on Separatist Group

Police in the Democratic Republic of the Congo killed at least 55 people in April as part of a coordinated crackdown against a separatist religious group, according to a new Human Rights Watch (HRW) report released Tuesday. Bundu dia Kongo (BDK) leader Zacharie Badiengila, also known as Ne Muandu Nsemi, had previously called for his followers to expel members of other ethnic groups, prompting the government to counter his rhetoric with violent raids. The raids primarily occurred in the capital, Kinshasa, and other rebel strongholds in the country’s west. “Congolese…

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Rwandan Genocide Suspect Appears Before Paris Court

PARIS – The United Nations has hailed the arrest of a wanted Rwandan genocide suspect, Felicien Kabuga, who appeared before a Paris court under heavy police protection on Tuesday. Kabuga’s court appearance came three days after French police arrested the 84-year-old at his apartment in the Paris suburb of Asnieres-sur-Seine, where officials say he had been living under a false identity. Experts say French legal procedures could take several weeks or more, before Kabuga can then be transferred for trial. That’s expected to come before a special body that inherited…

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Montpellier veteran forward Camara retires

Montpellier’s veteran former Senegal attacker Souleymane Camara has retired after 13 seasons with the side, club president Laurent Nicollin said on Monday. Camara, 37, played a record 423 times for the outfit where he won the Ligue 1 title in 2012 and made the last of his 35 international appearances in the same year. “We spoke on Friday and the decision was taken,” Nicollin told Midi Libre newspaper. “He’s now thinking about what he’ll do next. We’ve given him some time to know what he wants to do, if he…

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Egyptian goalkeepers’ coach dies from COVID-19

The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) has mourned goalkeepers’ coach Mohamed Abdo, who died from the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). He passed away on Monday (11 May 2020). Abdo (59), who was the goalkeeping coach at Egyptian Third Division side FC Badr, tested positive for COVID-19, and was undergoing treatment in Kafr El-Dawar, about 180 kilometers from capital Cairo. “Egyptian football family is saddened by the news of his death. We send our condolences to his family. May they have patience during this difficult period”, EFA said in a statement. Football activities…

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