‘No way we can rebuild’: Lebanese count huge losses after Beirut blast

“There is no way we can rebuild this house. Where is the state?” Tony Abdou, an unemployed 60-year-old, sitting in the family home in Gemmayze, a district that lies a few hundred metres from the port warehouses where highly explosive material was stored for years, a ticking time bomb next to a densely populated area.

Group trains Over 200 youths on blockchain technology in Enugu

“We specialise in training people what you were not able to learn in the school. We did our first training on trading last year and we are training them again on blockchain. We are raising the bar high especially the youths to come and learn the technology about blockchain in bitcoin. In block chain business, […]

VNPT IoT Platform achieves global certification

After going through the tests, VNPT and Authorised Test Lab, a testing unit of oneM2M, will continue to finalise their documents and submit them to the GCF (Global Certification Forum) for VNPT IoT Platform to be reviewed and issued a certificate.

Beavers reintroduced to Britain after being wiped out by hunting win historic right to remain on Devon river

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Officials long warned of explosive chemicals at Beirut port

On June 27, 2014, Jad Maalouf, a judge for urgent matters, wrote to the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation, warning that the ship was carrying dangerous material and could sink. He said the ministry should deal with the ship, remove the ammonium nitrate and “place it in a suitable place that it (the ministry) […]