Category: WORLD NEWS

Xi Jinping says China ‘will not seek to dominate’

Chinese President Xi Jinping has vowed that his country will not develop at the expense of other nations, in a speech marking 40 years since China introduced major economic reforms. However, he also said that the global super power would not be told what to do by anyone. Late leader Deng Xiaoping’s campaign of “reform and opening up” began four decades ago. The resulting growth has made China the second largest economy in the world. Mr Xi said despite this growth, China would “never seek global hegemony” and also highlighted its contributions towards a “shared future for mankind”. Critics...

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Former CBS boss Leslie Moonves denied $120m exit pay

Leslie Moonves, the former boss of CBS, will not receive a $120m (£95m) severance package after an inquiry into alleged sexual misconduct. The US broadcaster said that he misled the company over the allegations and failed to work with investigators, meaning it had grounds to fire him. Mr Moonves stepped down in September following fresh claims he had sexually harassed or assaulted six more women. He said that the accusations made in The New Yorker magazine were untrue. In a statement, CBS said Mr Moonves had displayed “willful and material misfeasance” and failed to co-operate fully with the company’s...

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Brexit: Cabinet to consider ramping up no-deal plans

The cabinet will discuss whether the government should ramp up preparations for a no-deal Brexit when it meets later this morning. It comes after Theresa May said MPs would not vote on her Brexit deal until the third week in January. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a motion of no confidence in Mrs May, saying she had led the UK into a “national crisis”. Number 10 dismissed the motion as “silly political games”. With 101 days left until Brexit and many MPs still opposed to the government’s withdrawal agreement, ministers are due to consider a paper on plans...

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Nigeria’s farmer-herder clashes leaves over 3,600 dead – Amnesty

Muhammadu Buhari is seeking a second term in those elections, but his campaign has taken a hit from accusations he has soft-pedaled justice for one of the sides responsible for the clashes, the herders, many of whom come from the same Fulani ethnic group as the leader. The presidency has repeatedly denied those allegations. The violence is often painted as ethno-religious: chiefly Muslim Fulani herders clashing with mainly Christian farmers. But many experts and politicians say climate change and expanding agriculture are creating competition for land that is pushing the farmers and herders into conflict, regardless of faith or...

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Letter from Africa: Why Kenyan men don’t want to share power with women

In our series of letters from African journalists, media and communications trainer Joseph Warungu reflects on gender inequality in Kenyan politics. The Kenyan parliament is a tough playground. And just like any other playground, the bigger ones tend to play rough and keep the toys to themselves. The “boys” in parliament have been doing exactly that, by refusing to share their play area and their toys – or their seats and their political power. For eight years, women have been pushing for a bigger role in politics through the enactment of a law that would fulfil the requirements of...

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