AFCON: Eguavoen Bars Pinnick From Super Eagles’ Dressing Room

Published by TDPel MediaThe decision was made, according to Eguavoen, to protect the players from losing focus. During the matches against Egypt and Sudan, Pinnick came in the Super Eagles’ dressing room at halftime to motivate them. The NFF president and other guests will no longer be permitted to attend Sunday’s Round of 16 match against Tunisia, according to Eguavoen. He said, “We talked about timing and I am still…

ROSEN, A GLOBALLY RECOGNIZED FIRM, Encourages Berkeley Lights, Inc. Investors With Losses Over $100K to Secure Counsel Before Important February 7 Deadline in Securities Class Action – BLI

NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of Berkeley Lights, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLI) between July 17, 2020 and September 14, 2021, inclusive (the “Class Period”), of the important February 7, 2022 lead plaintiff deadline. SO WHAT: If you purchased Berkeley Lights securities during the Class Period you may be entitled to compensation without payment…

Malakal health officials decry prolonged detention

Two officials from Upper Nile State’s health ministry who have been detained since last week at a police station in Malakal town have decried their prolonged detention and demanded to be arraigned before a court.   Joseph Kuol, the state health ministry’s head for administration and finance, and his colleague Piot Aben, who heads the human resource department, were arrested on 19 January for allegedly rejecting the newly deployed director-general.…

Seoul Says It Paid Iran’s Delinquent UN Dues to Restore Vote

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES — Using Iranian bank funds freed from American sanctions, South Korea has paid Iran's $18 million in delinquent dues owed to the United Nations, Seoul said Sunday. The step was apparently approved by Washington to restore Tehran's suspended voting rights at the world body.   Iran's mission to the United Nations did not immediately respond to a request for comment. But the South Korean Foreign Ministry…

Taliban, Afghan Civil Society Leaders Meet in Norway

ISLAMABAD — Taliban delegates, led by acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi, and Afghan civil society representatives held daylong discussions, focusing on the deepening humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, on Sunday in Oslo.   The participants “listened patiently to each other's opinions” and exchanged views on the current situation in the country, said a brief Taliban statement after the meeting in the Norwegian capital. It said “a number of Afghan personalities”…

South Sudan National Youth Union chairman reshuffles cabinet

The South Sudan National Youth Union (SSNYU) chairman, Gola Boyoi Gola, on Friday issued an executive order reshuffling his cabinet and naming a new deputy chairperson, secretary-general, and finance secretary among others.   Former SSNYU secretary-general Benjamin Bang Bak was appointed the new deputy chairperson, former Secretary for state affairs, Justin Urio, was promoted to secretary-general and Joyce Solomon Lamanya became the new finance secretary among other changes.   The…

Yambio police arrest 6 suspected burglars, say most criminals are army deserters

The Police in Yambio town, Western Equatoria State, said they are holding 6 suspects in connection with a burglary in which a safe containing money was stolen from a shop.   According to the state police commissioner, Maj. Gen. Albino Uthou Ajuztakayan, the six suspects were arrested on 18 January by Criminal Investigation Department (CID) officers after they broke into a shop owned by a foreign trader called Hammed Adam…