La fabrication de piles électriques Lithium Werks continue de croître

AUSTIN, Texas et ENSCHEDE, Pays-Bas, 20 nov. 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alors que l’année 2020 a créé de nombreux défis sans précédent pour toutes les entreprises du monde entier, Lithium Werks continue de fabriquer les meilleures piles lithium-fer brevetées Nanophosphate™ pour les marchés les plus exigeants. Nos piles Nanophosphate™ 26650 sont utilisées comme piles individuelles […]

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Manufatura de Células de Energia da Lithium Werks continua a crescer

AUSTIN, Texas e ENSCHEDE, Holanda, Nov. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Embora 2020 tenha trazido muitos desafios sem precedentes para todas as empresas ao redor do mundo, a Lithium Werks continua a fabricar as Melhores células de Energia Lithium Iron Nanophosphate™ patenteadas para os mercados mais exigentes. Nossas células Nanophosphate™ 26650 são usadas como células […]

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1 Million+ Global Participants Expected to Join 3rd Online Rally of Hope

Saturday, November 21, 2020 (7:30 p.m. EST/4:30 p.m. PST) Global leaders and citizens come together for peace based on ideals of interdependence, mutual prosperity and universal values Special Performance to honor Korean War veterans and commemorate 70th anniversary of the Korean War WASHINGTON, Nov. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Universal Peace Federation (UPF) is […]

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Uganda’s Bobi Wine Released on Bail, Charged With COVID-19 Violation

KAMPALA – Ugandan opposition leader and presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, known by his stage name, Bobi Wine, has been released on bail but charged with violating COVID-19 guidelines for holding mass rallies.  “Bobi has been released on bail and we are here at the court waiting for him to leave the court and probably head home,” said David Rubongoya, secretary general of Wine’s National Unity Platform party. “There’s a lot of security deployment, we don’t know what will happen, but he’s free.” Police arrested Wine on Wednesday while he was…

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UN Agencies Scramble to Assist Those Fleeing Ethiopia’s Restive Tigray Region

GENEVA – U.N. agencies are bracing for a full-scale humanitarian crisis in eastern Sudan, as refugees flee the fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region. The latest reports put the current number of arrivals at more than 33,000. To assist those fleeing, aid agencies are scrambling to get life-saving assistance to the growing number of refugees along the Sudanese-Ethiopian border. They say an average of 4,000 to 5,000 people are arriving in eastern Sudan every day, and that the needs are absolutely overwhelming. Speaking via video link from the capital Khartoum, the…

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Sudan Considers Total Lockdown With More COVID Cases

KHARTOUM – Sudanese health authorities say a total lockdown is not out of the question after a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases across the country over the past four weeks. Acting Health Minister Osma Abdurrahim, who recently recovered from COVID-19, is calling on all citizens to wear face masks and follow all other preventative measures to avoid contracting or transmitting the disease. Surge of infections called ‘terrifying’ Abdurrahim described the higher infection rate as “terrifying.” “Three weeks ago, we registered 200 cases. Two weeks ago the number increased to 500…

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Cameroon Activists March for Toilets, Improved Sanitation

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – Activists in Cameroon held events and marches for Thursday’s World Toilet Day, calling on authorities to provide more public bathrooms. Cameroonian authorities say 60% of its 25 million people lack toilets, fueling the spread of diseases such as cholera and dysentery. School authorities at Yaoundé’s Government Primary School Efoulan say they have close to 2,000 children and teachers but only five toilets, which are often unusable as they run short of water and toilet paper. The Cameroon Association to Improve Hygiene organized this and similar events in…

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Cameroon-Chad Border Flooding Leaves Thousands Homeless, Hungry

KOUSSERI, CAMEROON – Cameroon says at least 15,000 people have been made homeless or displaced by floodwaters along its northern border with Chad. Government and aid groups are on the border to help those in need, but flood victims say food and medicine are scarce. Cameroon authorities say heavy rains that began in September and worsened this week forced the Logone River to burst its banks. In the town of Kousseri, farmer Ali Khadil said on Friday morning his house and 15 others were destroyed by floodwaters. He said at…

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