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Day: October 9, 2021

Press Release

Sinopec Fuling Shale Gas Field Sets New Cumulative Production Record of 40 Billion Cubic Meters

BEIJING, Oct. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation’s (HKG: 0386, “Sinopec”) Fuling Shale Gas Field – the first commercially developed and operated large-scale shale gas field in China – announced on October 8 that it has produced 40 billion cubic meters of shale gas, setting a new record for the cumulative production […]

Press Release

ITR, Schaeffler and MAHLE unveil DTM Electric Design Model at Norisring

Next step towards fully electric race series DTM Electric Design Model shows what the race cars will look like Outlook on prototype that is currently being developed NUREMBERG, Germany, Oct. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The future of electrified motorsport is looking good! During DTM Norisring powered by BWT, ITR GmbH and series’ partners Schaeffler and […]

Press Release

Le Huawei Global Digital Power Summit 2021 ouvrira ses portes le 16 octobre à Dubaï

Le Huawei Global Digital Power Summit 2021 ouvrira ses portes le 16 octobre à Dubaï avec plus de 300 participants, dont des dirigeants de Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA), Group42, ACWA Power, du, Uptime Institute et Engie. Huawei annoncera des actions conjointes dans toute la chaîne de l’industrie de l’énergie et des TIC pour libérer le […]

Health Maintenance Medical and Health

Cameroon Nurses Seek Extra Care for the Terminally Ill

BAMENDA, CAMEROON — Nurses in Cameroon are marking this year’s World Hospice and Palliative Care Day (October 9) with visits to terminally ill patients in the country’s restive North-West and South-West regions. The regions’ ongoing separatist conflict…


Lack of Funds Will Force Aid Cuts to DRC, UN Official Says

GENEVA — A U.N. official says a funding shortage means humanitarian aid will have to be cut for many of the nearly 10 million people in Democratic Republic of Congo facing multiple crises because of lack of money.Conflict in the eastern DRC has forced …

Fun & Games

France’s Macron Vows Return of African Art, Admitting ‘Colonial Pillage’

PARIS — French President Emmanuel Macron said Friday that his country will return 26 African artworks — royal thrones, ceremonial altars, revered statues — to Benin later this month, part of France’s long-promised plans to give back artwork taken from …