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Africa has been hailed as the next frontier in the provision of global oil and natural gas resources, especially now in the wake of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.

This crisis has not only altered the global energy landscape, but also instigated an inflation in gas prices, given the former’s position in the hierarchy of major global producers. As sanctions continue to soar, Europe has embarked on a quest to find contingency energy supplies, as it seeks to minimize its dependency on Russia; which has already cut off gas supplies to countries like Finland, Poland and Bulgaria, over energy payment disputes.

Consequently, Africa’s gas resources have gained a newly found prominence, pertinently by the European Union (EU); owing to the continent’s rich endowment of oil and deep gas reserves. The mounting global demand for gas, has been pushing international energy companies to reconsider African projects. The numerous ongoing and upcoming oil …

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  • India has thanked Australia for returning 29 religious and cultural artefacts, which includes items stolen or illegally exported from the South Asia nation
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi acknowledged Australia’s move when his administration has urged Western governments and museums to identify and return the possessions of its stolen heritage
  • The returned artefacts, Modi said, date back to the ninth century and were held by the National Gallery of Australia

India has thanked Australia for returning 29 religious and cultural artefacts, including items stolen or illegally exported from the South Asia nation.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi acknowledged Australia’s move when his administration had urged Western governments and museums to identify and return the possessions of its stolen heritage.

“I would like to especially thank you for the initiative to return ancient Indian artefacts. These include statues and paintings that are hundreds of years old,” Modi said in part.

The returned artefacts, …

  • India has bought three million barrels of crude oil from Russia, despite ongoing pressure from countries in the west to resist such purchases
  • India made the purchase when countries including the United States and the United Kingdom have urged Narendra Modi’s government not to buy oil from Russia
  • The country is currently facing a huge burden as it imports a whopping 85% of the oil consumed in the populous country
  • According to the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), India’s demand for oil might jump by 8.2 per cent in 2022, to hit 5.15 million barrels per day

India has bought three million barrels of crude oil from Russia, despite ongoing pressure from countries in the west to resist such purchases.

Multiple news sources indicate India has not joined countries that have issued sanctions against Vladimir Putin led-country.

Further, the sources say India is expected to purchase additional crude oil to secure …

Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala was on Monday, February 15 confirmed as the World Trade Organization (WTO) director-general.

Her appointment came after the last remaining rival candidate, South Korean trade minister Yoo Myung-hee, withdrew from the race, allowing her to become the first woman and the first African to lead the global trade body.

She will take up her post on March 1, initially for a term that runs until August 2025.

The Geneva-based body has been without a permanent director-general since Roberto Azevêdo stepped down a year earlier than planned in August.

However, as she takes over, much is expected from her.

Trade spats

Despite WTO being established in 1995 with the aim of promoting open trade for the benefit of all, the organization has struggled to prevent trade spats among member states, most notably the United States and China.

The organization negotiates and administers rules for international trade and tries …

To understand the new smart watched and other pro devices of recent focus, we should look to Silicon Valley and the quantified movement.

Apple’s Watch records exercise, tracks our moves throughout the day, checks the amount of time we are stood up and reminds us to get up and move around if we have been sat for too long – let’s not forget Tim Cooks “sitting is the new coolness” line.


What we like:

  • Angled second screen is quite useful.
  • Durability is top notch.
  • Better dual-screen software.
  • Powerful hardware features.

What we dislike:

  • Less battery life than other options.
  • Keyboard and trackpad are flimsy.
  • No native dual-screen support.
  • Weighs more than average.

It achieves this by means of an accelerometer, a heart rate sensor and GPS. There are already many smartwatches on the market such as the Pebble and Apple.

As you’re tapping, scrolling, and swiping on your …

Mike Lindel Born on 28th June 1961, in Маnkаtо, Міnnеѕоtа, thе UЅ, tо Јаmеѕ Rоbеrt Lіndеll аnd Ваrbаrа Lеvоn Вооth. Міke hаd а dеер іntеrеѕt іn thе buѕіnеѕѕ frоm his childhood.We know him for his business, but he has tried his hands in restaurants, carpet cleaning, and even on lunch wagons before started his own company.

From the 1980s to the 1990s he was highly addicted to drugs like cocaine and alcohol. Due to his drug addiction, his house has been confiscated.

He has a firm belief in God, he has tried hard to go away from drugs and in 2009 he left his addiction towards drugs.

Mike Lindell Net Worth – $330 million

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The estimated net worth of Mike Lindell is around $330 million as of March 2021. A major part of his income has been generated by his business MY Pillow. As a founder of …

To understand the new politics stance and other pro nationals of recent times, we should look to Silicon Valley and the quantified movement of the latest generation.

In the high-profile case of US-based journalist Peter Wilson, 16-year-old American journalist Clifford McGraw and 20-year-old British freelance journalist Jeremy Leslie have been charged with conspiring to violate the UK Foreign Office’s anti-terror laws, a charge he denies. On Monday, UK attorney Andy McDonald revealed that he had spoken.

“Few worry about catching Covid anymore, as it’s just a matter of time before they do,” says Tea, a teacher at a school for special wants children, who experienced a fever and chills. “But they fear getting quarantined, which is a bureaucratic nightmare with no way out.”

Speaking to The Andrew Jackson Society, he added: “I want to express to the people of Scotland: as you know, we are a country of …

To understand the new smart watched and other pro devices of recent focus, we should look to Silicon Valley and the quantified movement.

Apple’s Watch records exercise, tracks our moves throughout the day, checks the amount of time we are stood up and reminds us to get up and move around if we have been sat for too long – let’s not forget Tim Cooks “sitting is the new coolness” line.


What we like:

  • Angled second screen is quite useful.
  • Durability is top notch.
  • Better dual-screen software.
  • Powerful hardware features.

What we dislike:

  • Less battery life than other options.
  • Keyboard and trackpad are flimsy.
  • No native dual-screen support.
  • Weighs more than average.

It achieves this by means of an accelerometer, a heart rate sensor and GPS. There are already many smartwatches on the market such as the Pebble and Apple.

As you’re tapping, scrolling, and swiping on your …

To understand the new politics stance and other pro nationals of recent times, we should look to Silicon Valley and the quantified movement of the latest generation.

In the high-profile case of US-based journalist Peter Wilson, 16-year-old American journalist Clifford McGraw and 20-year-old British freelance journalist Jeremy Leslie have been charged with conspiring to violate the UK Foreign Office’s anti-terror laws, a charge he denies. On Monday, UK attorney Andy McDonald revealed that he had spoken.

“Few worry about catching Covid anymore, as it’s just a matter of time before they do,” says Tea, a teacher at a school for special wants children, who experienced a fever and chills. “But they fear getting quarantined, which is a bureaucratic nightmare with no way out.”

Speaking to The Andrew Jackson Society, he added: “I want to express to the people of Scotland: as you know, we are a country of …