Day: September 10, 2020

Shanghai Electric Half-Year Report Shows Huge Growth in Demand for Renewable Energy

September 10, 2020

SHANGHAI, Sept. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Shanghai Electric (SEHK: 02727, SSE: 601727), the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of electric power generation equipment, industrial equipment and integration services, recently released their 2020 Half-Year Financial Report. Key Takeaways from Shanghai Electric 2020 Half-Year Financial Report Year-on-year gross revenue increase of 0.53% Combined increase in new orders for energy […]

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Turkey will always stand by Mali people: Top diplomat

September 10, 2020

Turkey will always stand by the Mali people for the establishment of constitutional order after the military coup last month in the country, the top Turkish diplomat said on Wednesday.   “Mali is a friendly and brotherly country for us. We have always stood by Mali and its brotherly people in difficult days,” Mevlut Cavusoglu, […]

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US coronavirus deaths top 190,000

September 10, 2020

Coronavirus-related fatalities in the US surged beyond 190,000 Wednesday, according to a running tally of Johns Hopkins University.   The Maryland-based university counted 190,478 deaths and 6,334,158 confirmed infections, while 2,359,111 people have recovered from the disease since it appeared in the US.   The US continues to be the worst-hit country by the virus […]

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South Africa reports 1,990 new COVID-19 cases

September 10, 2020

South Africa registered 1,990 new cases of the novel coronavirus in a 24-hour period, bringing the total to 642,431, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced Wednesday.   Mkhize said 82 more COVID-19 related deaths were also reported, taking the death toll to 15,168.   The minister said nearly 3.9 million people have been tested so far […]

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Turkish agencies provide aid to flood-affected Sudanese

September 10, 2020

Turkish organizations operating in Sudan began providing humanitarian aid Wednesday to Sudanese affected by recent floods.   Ankara’s Ambassador to Khartoum Irfan Neziroglu held a meeting with Turkish groups to discuss “arrangements of aid distribution,” according to the official Sudanese News Agency.   It said Neziroglu said some organizations have already started distributing meals and […]

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Football: Oghenekaro Etebo joins Galatasaray on loan

September 10, 2020

Turkish football club Galatasaray on Wednesday confirmed the signing of Oghenekaro Etebo from England’s Stoke City on a one-year loan deal.   Etebo was on loan to Spain’s Getafe last season and produced one goal in 11 appearances.   The 24-year-old also scored two goals and one assist in 51 games for Stoke City.   […]

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Much work remains in fight against racism: Cavusolgu

September 10, 2020

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told his German counterpart Wednesday that racism and xenophobia can only be defeated together and with determination.   He was responding to a post on Twitter by Foreign Minister Heiko Mass marking the anniversary of the shooting of Enver Simsek by the far-right terror group the National Socialist Underground (NSU). […]

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Istanbul court delivers final verdict on journalists

September 10, 2020

A court in the Turkish city of Istanbul delivered its final verdict Wednesday in the case of eight journalists who were detained in March for allegedly disclosing the identities of members of Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT).   The 34th Penal Chamber of the Istanbul Regional Court of Justice sentenced Yeni Yasam daily editor Aydin […]

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