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NEWS Press fulfils the role of ‘central bank of public information’ at French, World and regional levels. The organisation disseminates full text news from over 3,000 organisations based in France and in some fifty other countries across Europe, Africa, North America and Asia
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate, the National Federation of the Italian Press (FNSI), have sent a letter to the President of Syria appealing for help to find missing Italian journalist Quirico Domenico.
The Prime Minister chaired a meeting of COBRA this morning (23 May) on the death of a serving soldier in Woolwich.
The fatal incident in south east London took place on 22 May.
The meeting, attended by senior figures in government and the Metropolitan Police, included an operational update from the police and agencies into the ongoing investigation and an update from the Ministry of Defence on security.
Thales and Air Traffic Navigation Services (ATNS) Company of South Africa - long standing partners in Air Traffic Management (ATM) systems - are immensely proud to announce the recent signature of several significant major contracts.
COFCO, Mengniu and Danone Join Forces to Accelerate the Development of Fresh Dairy Products in China
COFCO, the State-owned largest food company in China, has signed an agreement with Danone, pursuant to which the two parties will form a joint-venture. COFCO has agreed to sell 148,014,022 shares in China Mengniu (a Hong-Kong listed company) to the jointventure.
Readying Arianespace's first mission for O3b Networks: Launcher and payload integration are underway at the Spaceport
Preparations for Arianespace's next Soyuz flight are in full swing at multiple locations across the Spaceport, including the start-up of satellite installation in the S5 payload preparation center, and initiation of launcher build-up within the ELS launch site's MIK integration building.
The prevalence of obstetric fistula - a preventable and treatable condition linked to women's reproduction - among women and girls in developing countries is a denial of their human rights, senior United Nations officials today said urging global action to make childbirth safer.