Mick Schumacher getting fit in his garden for another F2 season

Berlin: Mick Schumacher is keeping fit at home during the coronavirus-related delay and a decision is expected next week whether his Formula Two season can start in July.   Schumacher would normally be long into his second Formula Two season but instead he is training his neck at his Swiss home with the help of a rubber band and a tree.   A strong neck is vital for success in…

Renault chairman dismisses fears over potential Maubeuge closure

Paris: Renault (RENA.PA) has no plans to close its Maubeuge plant in northern France, Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said on Sunday, two days after the carmaker announced 15,000 job cuts globally as part of a major restructuring.   The recovery plan, which would eliminate 4,600 jobs in France, aims to consolidate the Maubeuge site’s vehicle production with that of the nearby Douai plant.   “I have no intention of closing the…

Gladbach go third as Union’s relegation worries increase

Berlin: Borussia Moenchengladbach went third in the Bundesliga on Sunday with a comfortable 4-1 win over Union Berlin, who are increasingly facing a fight for top-flight survival.   Florian Neuhaus opened the scoring for the hosts with Gladbach's 3,000th goal in the Bundesliga and Marcus Thuram doubled the advantage before the break. Union replied through Sebastian Andersson but Thuram and Alassane Plea made the points safe.   Gladbach are third on…

Dortmund grind down Paderborn; Gladbach go third in CL race

Berlin: Champions League hopefuls Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Moenchengladbach proved way too strong for Bundesliga strugglers Paderborn and Union Berlin with 6-1 and 4-1 wins on Sunday, said dpa.   Bottom side Paderborn resisted bravely but Jadon Sancho's hat-trick, Thorgan Hazard, Achraf Hakimi and arare strike from veteran Marcel Schmelzer took Dortmund within seven points of leaders Bayern Munich despite Uwe Huenemeier's penalty consolation.   But with just five games remaining…

IOM South Sudan: Weekly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Preparedness Update 21 (17 to 23 May 2020)

During this reporting week, a total of 1,397 entrants were surveyed. Of these, 59.3% were South Sudanese nationals; 20.1% were from Uganda; 11.4% from Kenya; 2.1% were from DRC; 2.1% were from Eritrea; 1.8% were from CAR and a further 3.1% were from other countries. Entrants’ origin information is self-reported.     Source: International Organization for Migration

ترو رويالتي تي.في يمد جولة التمويل الجماعي بناءً على طلب الجماهير

لندن، 31 مايو 2020 / PRNewswire / – قررت شركة ترو رويالتي تي.في “True Royalty TV“، لخدمات الاشتراك عند الطلب (SVOD) التي تتخذ من لندن مقراً لها والتي يطلق عليها اسم نتفيكس أف رويال تي.في “Netflix of Royal TV“، التوسع في نطاق حملتها لجمع التبرعات Crowdcube بعد تزايد الطلب على ذلك. تضاعفت مبالغ التبرعات بالفعل وتجاوزت هدفها الأولي بمليوني دولار أمريكي في أسبوعين، ولا يزال الرقم في ارتفاع. ستُستخدم هذه الأموال التي تم جمعها…

WFP South Sudan Situation Report #270, 29 May 2020

In Numbers 6.48 million people facing acute food insecurity from May to July 2020 (IPC) 1.7 million acutely malnourished women and children (IPC) 2.2 million people assisted by WFP in March 2020 1.47 million internally displaced people (OCHA) 2.2 million South Sudanese refugees (UNHCR) 188,528 seeking shelter with the UN (UNMISS) Highlights WFP has reached 3.2 million beneficiaries with one to three months’ worth of food assistance since the start…

South Sudan: Renewal of UN arms embargo a welcome move to protect lives

Following the United Nations Security Council’s decision to renew the arms embargo on South Sudan for another year, Amnesty International’s Director for East and Southern Africa, Deprose Muchena said: “We welcome the renewal of the arms embargo as it is crucial to curtailing the flow of weapons that have been used to commit war crimes, human rights violations and abuses and call on the Security Council and UN members to…
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