Category Archives: World

AKAMPA Tanbull: Our niche at DubaiExpo remains agriculture & tourism, not Robot Technology

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AKAMPA Tanbull: Our niche at DubaiExpo remains agriculture & tourism, not Robot Technology.

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Well, a month or so ago, the President of Uganda, H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni directed the Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Cooperatives, and other agencies to organize and participate in the DubaiExpo2021.

Exposed: Uganda Gen Jim Muhwezi, as Pandora Papers expose African leaders’ offshore secrets assets

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Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta and Ali Bongo of Gabon are among the African leaders named in the #PandoraPapers investigation as hiding assets in offshore tax havens. #Corruption #WhisperEyeNews

The Pandora Papers are a massive trove of nearly 12 million confidential documents that were leaked to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).

The tax documents expose secretive offshore financial structures and trusts in tax havens, thereby casting a light on the shadowy financial tactics of the world’s powerful, including those in Africa.

BREAKING NEWS: Mark Zuckerberg Loses $7 Billion in Net Worth as Facebook Stock Falls

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#Facebook #Zuckerberg #Instagram #stock

Mark Zuckerberg’s personal wealth has fallen by nearly $7 billion in a few hours, knocking him down a notch on the list of the world’s richest people, after a whistleblower came forward and outages took Facebook’s flagship products offline.

A selloff sent the social-media giant’s stock plummeting around 5% on Monday, adding to a drop of about 15% since mid-September.

Fuel Crisis in Britain attributed to BREXIT

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Fuel Crisis in Britain attributed to BREXIT

#Brexit #News #Britain #Europe #WhisperEyeNews

The chaos at British petrol stations has been splashed across the front pages of European newspapers, which placed the blame for the UK’s fuel crisis squarely on Brexit.

Climate Action: Top environmentalists, youths stage strike calling for Climate Justice on global day

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By Andrew Mugonza ‘Senator’

Climate Action: Top environmentalists, youths stage strike calling for Climate Justice on global day.

#WhisperEyeNews #ClimateAction @GretaThunberg @ClimateReality @UNFCCC

Ugandan top environmentalists, youths strike calling for climate justice at Bukemba trading center in Kituntu Sub-county in Mpigi district to commemorate the global climate action day.

Over 100 youths accompanied by residents joined the strike blaming world leaders for not taking action to combat global climate change.

Aukus: Usa-Uk-Australia Partnership – Karderinis Isidoros

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Aukus: USA-UK-Australia Partnership – @isidoroskarderinis Karderinis Isidoros.

#WhisperEyeNews #USA #UK #Australia #UgandaNews

The new AUKUS Partnership, the new geopolitical alliance of Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, to enhance security in the Indian and Pacific Oceans zone envisages the provision of the necessary technology by the United States and Great Britain to Australia be able to develop nuclear- powered submarines. This hasty move is clearly a change of strategy and policy in the wider region.

Coup attempts fails in Sudan

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Coup attempts fails in Sudan

At least 40 military officers are reported to have been arrested in connection with the alleged coup.

#WhisperEyeNews #Sudan #SouthSudan #News


Sudanese state TV announced on today morning that there had been a “failed” coup in the country, adding that there had been an attempt to take control of the public media building in Omdurman, across the river Nile from the capital Khartoum.

Long Read Statement: President Museveni Condemns Military Coups in Africa

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The Military Coups that have taken place in Mali and Guinea, must be evaluated by the African freedom fighters so that we correctly take a principled stand. #WhisperEyeNews #UgandaNews #Uganda #Africa #MilitaryCoup

In a recent interview with Radio France, I condemned the Coup in Guinea because that was the latest. The same condemnation extends to the one in Mali and all the others like the one that was in Madagascar, some time ago.

Actor Michael K Williams found dead at 54

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American actor Michael K Williams, one of television’s most memorable stars of recent years for his role in crime drama The Wire, has been found dead in a New York apartment, according to New York City police.

News of the 54-year-old’s death triggered an outpouring of grief among fans and former colleagues when the news broke out on Monday afternoon. Williams won widespread acclaim as Omar Little, a gay Baltimore armed robber, in The Wire and also appeared in dramas and film including Boardwalk Empire, 12 Years a Slave and Lovecraft Country.

Why are coups always led by colonels?

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By Elizabeth Dickinson

Passport‘s brilliant editor, Joshua Keating, asked me a very good question the other day: why does it seem like African coups are always led by middle-ranking military officers? The recent coup in Niger was led by Col. Salou Djibo, a “little known commander of a platoon based near the capital.” Guinea’s coup in late 2008 put the erratic and paranoid Captain Moussa Dadis Camara at the country’s helm.  Then of course there’s Libya’s Col. Qaddafi, who has proclaimed himself King of Kings but hasn’t risen in military rank since seizing power in a coup in 1969.

Full Control: Taliban confirm capture of Afghanistan’s Panjshir

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If the Taliban claim is confirmed, it would mean that the group now has complete control over all 34 provinces of Afghanistan [File: Ali M Latifi/Al Jazeera]
If the Taliban claim is confirmed, it would mean that the group now has complete control over all 34 provinces of Afghanistan [File: Ali M Latifi/Al Jazeera]

Taliban confirm ‘complete capture’ of Afghanistan’s Panjshir. Whisper Eye News

The group takes control of the last Afghan province held by resistance forces, says its spokesman, but opposition forces say the fight will continue.

6 Sep 2021

The Taliban has taken complete control of Panjshir province, the last area in Afghanistan held by resistance forces, says the group’s spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid.

Opinion: Double dealing will always be a means of survival for African leaders – Senoga Keefa

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The tendency of African leaders to declare how great their countries are, is a masterminded hoax. One would look at this trend as an absolute mockery to the people who are aggrieved because of the disorderliness and lawlessness in their countries.

These African leaders are only being cynical whenever they use these praising phrases while describing their nations. The extent of self-delusion by these leaders is unmatched.

Any citizen in any of these African countries can confirm that their countries are not close to being great as their leaders describe them to be.

Kabul airport left uncontrolled as US military exits Afghanistan

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The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said in a notice on Monday that Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul is now without air traffic control services as the US military completed its exit from Afghanistan.