Angola: IMF Executive Board Completes Sixth Review of Angola’s Extended Credit Facility Agreement and Concludes 2021 Article IV Consultations

Washington, DC: The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today completed the sixth review of Angola’s economic program supported by an expanded arrangement under the Fund’s Extended Facility (EFF) and concluded consultation under Article IV [1] with Angola. The Council’s decision authorizes an immediate disbursement of SDR 535.1 …

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“The idea was to keep nature, humans, animals on the same pedestal”: Sanjay Garg on his new collection “Sher Bagh”

Fashion designer Sanjay Garg was born in Sariska in Alwar where in 2005 all 17 tigers went extinct, as reported by a wildlife committee set up by the government of Rajasthan. The shocking incident, which has been called “the biggest wake-up call in the country’s conservation history,” left its mark …

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Lebanon needs $ 12 billion to $ 15 billion to jumpstart recovery, central bank chief says

ANKARA: Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Monday announced that a Turkish company and a Qatari company would jointly submit a proposal to the Taliban to run five airports in Afghanistan for their approval “if the conditions are right.” A busy week awaits technical delegations as a group of experts …

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Ivory Coast: Abidjan National Zoo reopens after one year of closure

This Tuesday (December 21) marks the reopening of the Abidjan zoo in Côte d’Ivoire. The zoo closed in September 2020 after a hyena escaped on charges of animal abuse. The facilities have been completely renovated. The renovation was financed by the State for an amount of approximately 800,000 euros. According …

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California researchers describe 70 new species in 2021

In 2021, researchers at the California Academy of Sciences added 70 new plant and animal species to the Tree of Life, enriching our understanding of the complex web of life on Earth and strengthening our ability to make conservation decisions. illuminated. The new species include 14 beetles, 12 sea slugs, …

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“Nigeria, others lagging behind in the transition to renewable energy in Africa” – :::… The Tide News Online :::…

After months of lockdown due to Covid restrictions and OPEC cuts, along with significant international criticism of misplaced funds, Nigeria appears optimistic about the future of its faltering oil industry at a time when few others are.The Nigerian government announced this week that it expects the country to produce 1.88 …

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Detroit Zoo vultures travel to South Africa to boost conservation agenda

The scavenging vultures Mrs. Nasty and Nelly hang out at the Detroit Zoo. The couple, along with three other vultures from the Detroit Zoo, made their permanent home in South Africa to support a vulture conservation program in November. Advertising ROYAL OAK – In November, five vultures that previously inhabited …

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Insects greatly contribute to ecological restoration

Insects greatly contribute to ecological restoration “ BKP Sinha Insects help break down organic material like corpses and animal droppings. This is important because it reuses nutrients, making them available to aerate the soil. Rewilding is a progressive way to preserve the environment. It is a form of environmental conservation …

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Highlights of the North – BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Songwriters and players have given us a lot in 2021. Local music has been the sweetest rescue, support and relief. So a fitting tribute in December would be to give these artists some extra revenge and give them back some of that love. Below I have listed some of the …

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Cause of death of 13-year-old male lion tested positive for COVID confirmed by Honolulu zoo officials

HONOLULU (KHON2) – Officials at the Honolulu Zoo have received the histopathology report confirming that the cause of death of Ekundu, a 13-year-old male lion who tested positive for COVID, was acute respiratory distress. Officials believe the cause is the result of SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID in …

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