Jonathan Williams, deputy director of the British Museum in London, has proposed a plan to repatriate the Parthenon Marbles to Greece, according to The Guardian. Loosely called the “Parthenon Partnership”, the project calls on Greek authorities and British Museum officials to agree to a program of loaning and borrowing theRead More →

DENVER: Major U.S. shale oil producers say they remain focused on shareholder returns, limiting production spending largely to offset higher costs for equipment, supplies and services. The decision will likely curb increases in oil production while benefiting shareholders receiving higher payouts in the form of dividends and share buybacks withRead More →

Karim Zaghib joined Concordia’s Gina Cody School of Computer Engineering this winter — and he’s already getting noticed. Zaghib, a professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, was recently named chairman of the 2026 International Meeting on Lithium Batteries (IMLB). He is the main force behind the successfulRead More →

RIYADH: The Mohammed bin Salman “Misk” Foundation launched the “Youth Impact Council Initiative” on Thursday. The initiative was launched in the Prince Mohammed bin Salman non-profit city in Riyadh, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Friday. The initiative is the first platform concerned with supporting the growth of youth organizationsRead More →

On the sidelines of the mid-July signing of a $4 billion gas agreement, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune reassured “[his] friend” Mario Draghi, now former President of the Italian Council of Ministers. Algeria, whose natural gas reserves amount to nearly 2,400 billion m3, wants to be “one of the European suppliersRead More →

Even a cursory look at the drivers of Indian defense exports reveals the importance of simplified industrial licensing, easing of export restrictions and issuance of no-objection certificates TopicsMinistry of Defense | Modi govt | Ministry of Foreign Affairs Speaking at the recent Naval Innovation and Indigenization OrganizationRead More →

Over the past 15 years, fishermen in Ghannouch, a town about 400 kilometers (about 250 miles) south of Tunisia’s capital, Tunis, say they have seen “radical changes” to the coastline they skirt. “The sand is diminishing and the rocks are starting to show up,” Sassi Alaya, a local sailor andRead More →

Eight Outstanding Customers Honored at Kofax Accelerate 2022 IRVINE, Calif., July 19, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kofax®, a leading provider of intelligent automation software for digital workflow transformation, today announces the winners of its 2022 Customer Excellence Awards at Kofax Accelerate, the company’s annual virtual customer event. company. Customers who have received awardsRead More →

Manchester United backed up last night’s landslide victory over Melbourne Victory by adding another star to their midfield ranks, signing free agent Christian Eriksen. Meanwhile, Raphinha has joined Barcelona from Leeds, while there has been more action around the Premier League as the new season draws closer. Stream over 50Read More →

Drivers of Active Passive Heating and Cooling Market Segmentation Geothermal Heating and Cooling (Courtesy of Australian DOE) IPCC 2022 roadmap on climate risks and climate resilience (Source: IPCC report of February 28, 2022) The 1st report that features a bottom-up analysis of hundreds (313) active passive heating and cooling submarketsRead More →

A woman walks past shops in the ancient Moroccan city of Fez, Morocco, June 8, 2022. Photos: AFP In the narrow streets of the old city of Fez, Morocco’s first capital, centuries-old places of learning are being revived to promote moderation in Islam, as their founders originally intended. Studying atRead More →

Newmark Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NMRK) (“Newmark” or “the Company”), a leading full-service commercial real estate services company, today announced the schedule for its press release and conference call on second quarter 2022 financial results. The call will take place at 10:00 a.m.Read More →

In 2022, the Spanish coalition government led by Socialist Party leader Pedro Sanchez faced a host of interconnected challenges, both internally and externally. The domestic agenda which includes socio-economic recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic and a new round of talks with Catalonia regarding its status seems to be sidelined inRead More →

Energy Storage Market Segmentation Drivers Energy storage technologies IPCC 2022 roadmap on climate risks and climate resilience (Source: IPCC report of February 28, 2022) The 1st report that features a bottom-up analysis of hundreds (311) energy storage sub-markets WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 10, 2022 / — The new market reportRead More →

12 days of sport, competition and celebration: the 19th Mediterranean Games ended in Oran, Algeria on July 6. Some 3,400 athletes from 26 countries on three continents (Africa, Asia and Europe) participated in 24 sports competitions, including athletics, swimming, football, judo, gymnastics and many more. Italy lead the medal standingsRead More →

Hassan Rashdan Architects Group won the Excellence Award from the European Society for Quality Research “ESQR” based in Lausanne, Switzerland, during a grand ceremony held recently in Barcelona in the presence of a group of presidents and CEOs of many large international companies in Spain. The award was received byRead More →

RIYADH: Bahrain’s successful response to the COVID-19 pandemic has relied on active collaboration between various sectors in the Gulf State, according to a new WHO report. The document entitled “Bahrain COVID-19 Case Studies” highlights the country’s wide-ranging efforts to bring the health crisis under control and identifies lessons learned fromRead More →

The oil and gas sector has long been the backbone of Algeria’s economy, funding the country’s regime while leaving it vulnerable to market volatility. Despite the authorities’ stated aim to diversify the economy, analysts fear that soaring hydrocarbon prices could pose an obstacle to reform. Algeria celebrated 60 years ofRead More →

ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algeria marked 60 years of independence from France on Tuesday with national ceremonies, the pardon of 14,000 prisoners and its first military parade in decades. Opposition figures and pro-democracy activists called the elaborate celebrations an effort to distract from Algeria’s economic and political turmoil by glorifyingRead More →

Vectors of energy efficient technology market segmentation IPCC 2022 roadmap on climate risks and climate resilience (Source: IPCC report of February 28, 2022) The 1st report that features a bottom-up analysis of 311 energy efficiency technology submarkets WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 4, 2022 / — The new market report (317Read More →

KUWAIT: Boubyan Bank and Visa announced on Friday the launch of Boubyan’s FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Visa prepaid card. The launch event brought together partners, media professionals, social media influencers and banking customers. “It’s no secret that Kuwait, the region and the whole world are passionate about football,” saidRead More →

By Kester Kenn Klomegah The United States has extended its political and economic interests around the world. China has strategically stretched its tentacles across the Atlantic and the Pacific, conquered Africa and intensified its commercial operations in the regions of Central Asia, including the former Soviet republics – the backyardRead More →

Breadcrumb Links PMN Company Author of the article: Reuters Marwa Rashad and Isla Binnie Content of the article LONDON – Algeria’s state-owned oil and gas producer Sonatrach is negotiating ways to benefit from major global gas price hikes in its long-term contracts with European buyers, two sources familiar with theRead More →

The region is turning to untapped mineral wealth; The rising risk increases as economic and political stability falters; Rising house prices are fueling project activity in the Gulf real estate sector Demand is growing for the materials needed to transition from fossil fuels – lithium, nickel, cobalt and magnesium forRead More →

Africa, the second largest and most populous continent in the world, is marvelously rich in biodiversity. With its equally rich natural landscapes and biomes, ranging from arid deserts and savannahs to tropical rainforests and ice-capped mountains, Africa is home to around a quarter of the planet’s animal and plantRead More →

Aqualia, one of the world leaders in water management, obtained a Syndicated green corporate loan of 1.1 billion euros in which ten banking establishments participatedled by CaixaBank, which acted as financing coordinator, banking agent, solebookrunner and sustainability officer. Aqualia will use this loan to finance and refinance eligible green projectsRead More →

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “MEA Logistics Market Forecast to 2028 – Impact of COVID-19 and Regional Analysis by Model and End Use” report has been added to from offer. Logistics Market was valued at USD 45.00 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 89.85 Billion by 2028; it isRead More →

Breadcrumb Links PMN Company Powerful plumes of greenhouse gases have been spotted by satellite in northwestern Algeria. Author of the article: Bloomberg News Aaron Clark and Laura Millan Lombrana Content of the article (Bloomberg) — Powerful super-emitter methane clouds have been spotted by satellite in northwestern Algeria near a conduitRead More →