Asia

Cameroonian Journalist Buries World’s Biggest News Organ – New China News Agency, Xinhua In Big Shame, Disgrace!

By Eric Tataw– Washington DC, USA, Saturday November 23, 2019. Cai Mingzhao is a Chinese journalist and politician appointed President of the Xinhua News Agency in December 2014, headquartered in Beijing, China. “Xinhua has refused to pay me,” sacked Cameroonian Journalist cries out. Raphael Mvogo served for 10 years as French language correspondent for Cameroon for the New China News …

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UAE Mourns, Sheikh Khalifa’s Brother Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan Dies.

By Emerson Kinge – Monday November 18, 2019. Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President’s Representative and brother of the United Arab Emirate – UAE President died, Monday November 18 2019.  Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President’s Representative and brother of the United Arab Emirate – UAE President died, Monday November 18 2019, National Telegraph has confirmed.  The Ministry …

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UNESCO Suffers Huge Damage In Japan, Fire Destroys 500-Year-Old Shuri Castle.

By Emerson Kinge – Thursday October 31, 2019. Fire engulfs Japan’s 500-year-old Shuri Castle. The main building of the Shuri Castle, a 500-year-old UNESCO World Heritage site in Japan’s Okinawa, has burnt down, 02:40 local time, Thursday October 31, 2019, National Telegraph has learned. The police are investigating the cause of the fire and said there has been no immediate report of …

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Car Hits, Kills Three At Funeral In Vietnam.

A Seven-Seater Car Hit And Kill 3 Funeral Attendance In Vietnam

By Jones Jackson A group of funeral attendance providing services was hit by a seven-seater car in the central Binh Dinh province of Vietnam injuring 7 and killing 3. According to our source and local news report, the driver was trying to park the car to attend the funeral as well. Information reaching us stated that; two victims were instantly …

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Kazakh President Beats Paul Biya In The Game, Announces Resignation.

Kazakh President Beats Paul Biya In The Game, Announces Resignation.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday March 19, 2019.  President Nursultan Nazarbaev of Kazakhstan has resigned. The President of Kazakhstan, a Central Asian country and former Soviet republic that extends from the Caspian Sea in the West to the Altai Mountains at its Eastern border with China and Russia has resigned, National Telegraph has gathered. President Nursultan Nazarbaev, 78 made this …

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Bangladesh’s Chawkbazar Fierce Fire Consumes 75.

By Ben Aktar – Thursday February 21, 2019. Nearly seventy-five (75) people have died in the Chawkbazar in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Nearly seventy-five (75) people have died in the Chawkbazar area of Dhaka, capital of the Asian country of Bangladesh, Abhijeet, a dweller in Dhaka who witnessed the incident has told National Telegraph Abhijeet went on that the fire was first …

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American University Research Group Broadcasts China-Cameroon Hidden Financial Transactions.

American University Research Group Broadcasts China-Cameroon Hidden Financial Transactions.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday February 5, 2019 Yang Jiechi and President Paul Biya during the recent January 18, 2019 visit. The China Africa Research Initiative (CARI) at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), a research program dedicated to understanding the political and economic aspects of China-Africa relations has published empirical facts on some hidden monetary transactions between China and …

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