Today's Date: February 23, 2024
Government of Canada announces funding for in Alberta   •   Government of Canada announces funding for the Africville Museum's travelling exhibit project   •   Graham Holdings Company Declares Regular Quarterly Dividend   •   Mastering The Meno(Pause) Transition Summit 3.0: A New Dawn in Women's Health   •   York University Academic Workers Vote to Strike Monday   •   Statement from the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada on Global Increase in Measles and Risk to Canada   •   GagaOOLala, the World's Largest LGBTQ+ Streaming Platform, Announces Impressive 2023 Viewer Metrics   •   Idaho Virtual Academy and Insight School of Idaho Enrollment Open for 2024-2025 School Year   •   Enrich Foods’ “Climate Friendly” Rice Named NEXTY Award Finalist: The First Consumer Product Funded by USDA&rs   •   CerraCap Cares and Karma Automotive Collaborate to Launch InnoV8, an Innovation Platform to Empower Women-Led Innovation   •   Senior Care Franchise Right at Home Targets Expansion in Rockford, IL; Looks to Meet Qualified Prospective Franchisees Looking t   •   ColorComm's 7th Annual NextGen Fellows Program Will Connect HBCU Students and Graduates with the Nation's Leading Companies   •   Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy Now Enrolling for 2024-25 School Year   •   Chickasaw Community Bank Names Bill Schonacher as CEO   •   Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation Donates $50,000 to MESA Foundation   •   Support workers at University of Toronto vote in support of strike action   •   Education Cannot Wait Calls for Scaled Up Funding for Successful Joint Programme in Nigeria During High-Level Mission Together w   •   University of Phoenix Leadership to Present at Greater Phoenix Chamber Event   •   Yelp Announces New Employee Inducement Grants Under NYSE Rule 303A.08   •   ARC Ltd. and Milliman Award Scholarships to Empower Africa's Next Generation of Climate Change Leaders
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Zimbabwe's Unity Government Struggles to Move Ahead  
Very little progress made to resolve key outstanding issues, including those involving Movement for Democratic Change, that prevent government from meeting benchmarks set by countries

West African Trade Ministers Yet to Agree on Partnership Agreement
Official warns integration process in West Africa could suffer adversely if regional grouping fails to reach agreement with European Union

UN Endorses Controversial Peacekeeping Plan for DRC  
Strategy involves working with Congolese forces who have dubious human rights record

Drop in Tourism Adds to Egypt's Economic Woes    
Economists report 18 percent reduction in number of foreigners, affecting hotels, tour operators and shop owners

Some Nigerians Demand End to Military Offensive in Restive Niger Delta  
Nigerians with deep roots in the restive Niger Delta are expected to begin a protest march in the commercial capital Lagos, today (Tuesday) to press home their demands for an end to clashes in the region.

Somali Government Determined to Defeat Insurgents, Says Minister  
Somalia's new administration says it would maintain its objective of reconciling the nation and restoring security despite stiff challenges from hard line Islamic insurgents


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