PUBLISHED: 06:00 16 November 2018 Andy Warren Toto Nsiala, pictured in action against Queens Park Rangers. Picture: STEVE WALLER WWW.STEPHENWALLER.COM © Copyright Stephen Waller Toto Nsiala may currently find himself on the fringes of the Ipswich Town first-team but the central defender continues to make an impact off the field each and every week. Toto Nsiala and Jon Nolan joined Ipswich Town from Shrewsbury in the summer. Picture: ITFCThe 26-year-old followed former Ipswich boss Paul Hurst from Shrewsbury in the summer but, after a promising start, has not featured since his former boss’s departure.While he’s not able to make an impact on the field, his contribution off it is arguably more significant as he gives a percentage of his income to an orphanage in his home country of DR Congo.Nsiala is not your average footballer. He’s not a fan of the spotlight that comes with the professional game and, if he had it his way, his … [Read more...] about Nsiala is more than just a footballer… his time in Vietnam offered a new perspective on life
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THE Ebola virus claimed more than 11,000 lives when it swept through Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia in an outbreak beginning in December 2013. Now the disease has reared its ugly head once again in the Democratic Republic of Congo, sparking fears of a pandemic. Here's what we know. Where is the latest outbreak of Ebola? Dozens of people have been killed by an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the second outbreak so far this year. The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced in October 2018 that 118 people had died from the illness and a further 188 people had contracted the virus. Despite the sobering numbers, WHO has praised the DRC for "doing an outstanding job in an extremely difficult situation". Director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said they were at a "critical point" in the outbreak after introducing experimental treament to sufferers. Nine neighbouring countries have been put on alert following the outbreak. Fifty-two patients had received an … [Read more...] about What is the Ebola virus, how bad is the latest outbreak in the DR of Congo and what are the symptoms?
This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Myanmar (Burma) and China agree to build China-Myanmar Economic Corridor (CMEC) Myanmar signs ‘debt trap’ agreement with China in response to Rohingya genocide censure Myanmar (Burma) and China agree to build China-Myanmar Economic Corridor (CMEC) This month, Myanmar (Burma) signed a series of memos of understanding (MOUs) for joint construction with China to build the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor (CMEC), part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The CMEC will focus on 12 areas including basic infrastructure, construction, manufacturing, agriculture, transport, finance, human resource development, and telecommunications. According to the CMEC proposal, construction will begin with 24 projects costing $2 billion at the beginning, increasing later. The corridor will start from Kunming, the capital of China’s Yunnan Province. It will continue for 1,700-kilometers, through Myanmar’s … [Read more...] about World View: Myanmar Signs ‘Debt Trap’ Agreement with China in Response to Rohingya Genocide Censure
News / UK and world by Press Association May 17, 2018, 1:44 pm FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter A senior Northern Ireland civil servant has apologised after hundreds of neurology patients were recalled for further testing. An independent inquiry has been launched following a probe into the work of a consultant neurologist in Belfast. It followed the year-long examination by the Royal College of Physicians of patient notes relating to the work of Dr Michael Watt. The permanent secretary at Stormont’s health department, Richard Pengelly, said the health and social care services “apologised unreservedly” after standards of care fell short. “This issue has undoubtedly caused a great deal of distress to patients and their loved ones. “On behalf of the entire health and social care system I want to apologise unreservedly for that – the reality is that we all feel diminished when the high … [Read more...] about Senior civil servant issues apology after neurology patients recalled
Updated 12:05 am, Saturday, May 12, 2018 Photo: Matt Driscoll, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Nathalie Bajinya, 21, has rarely, if ever, truly had a home. In Africa she was subjected to nearly unspeakable atrocities. Once she arrived in America, she felt isolated and alone. But Bajinya has found a home with the Tacoma Refugee Choir. (Matt Driscoll/The News Tribune via AP) less Nathalie Bajinya, 21, has rarely, if ever, truly had a home. In Africa she was subjected to nearly unspeakable atrocities. Once she arrived in America, she felt isolated and alone. But Bajinya has found a home ... more Photo: Matt Driscoll, AP African refugee woman finds a 'home' in Tacoma choir 1 / 1 Back to Gallery TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — In her short life, 21-year-old Nathalie Bajinya has rarely — if ever — truly had … [Read more...] about African refugee woman finds a ‘home’ in Tacoma choir