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Nissan sets up new business unit for African region
  + stars: | 2020-12-02 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: The brand logo of Nissan Motor Corp. in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, Japan July 14, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato/File PhotoJOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Japanese automotive group Nissan is to set up a new regional business unit for Africa as it seeks to boost manufacturing capacity and penetrate one of the world’s biggest undeveloped new car markets. But its 1 billion inhabitants account for only 1% of the world’s new passenger car sales, based on industry data. Most carmakers have focused manufacturing and sales in South Africa - the continent’s most developed economy - which accounts for 85% of Africa’s new car purchases. Nissan, along with competitors Volkswagen, BMW, and Toyota, have been lobbying African governments to grant conditions that favour local assembly and manufacturing while curbing imports of cheap used cars.
Persons: Issei Kato, Mike Whitfield Organizations: Nissan Motor Corp, REUTERS, Nissan, Volkswagen, BMW, Toyota, African Continental Free Trade Area Locations: Yokohama, Tokyo, Japan, JOHANNESBURG, Africa, South Africa, Egypt
61. Kellogg v. Kellogg
  + stars: | 2020-12-02 | by ( Charlie Herman | Julia Press | Sarah Wyman | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +43 min
Will and John Harvey Kellogg made each other's lives miserable. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg ran special exercise classes. CH: Dr. John Harvey Kellogg was America's general in its war against constipation. John Harvey Kellogg. CH: For his part, John Harvey Kellogg became more and more eccentric as he grew older.
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The Volkswagen Beetle sold over 23 million units in its 81-year run. A new Volkswagen Beetle in 1967 came in at $1,600, about 12 grand in today's money. That same year, VW Beetle sales in the US hit an all-time peak with 423,000 cars sold. But as sales slipped in the US, the VW Beetle found success abroad. After eight decades, worldwide success, and arguably legendary status, has the Volkswagen Beetle really hit the end of the road?
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(CNN) French sailor Kevin Escoffier has been rescued by fellow competitor and compatriot Jean Le Cam in a round-the-world race after spending over 11 hours in a life raft. Both men were competing in the Vendée Globe , a 24,296-mile solo sailing race, when Escoffier hit trouble. Race organizers responded by diverting Le Cam on a rescue mission, with the Frenchman the nearest competitor to the scene. Le Cam himself was rescued in this race in 2009 after spending 16 hours in his upturned yacht and Escoffier said he was not scared as soon as he saw his rival in the distance. French skipper Jean Le Cam diverted from the race to rescue Kevin Escoffier.
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COVID R&D Alliance launches trial of Amgen, UCB, Takeda drugs
  + stars: | 2020-11-30 | by ( Deena Beasley | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
(Reuters) - Amgen Inc, UCB SA and Takeda Pharmaceuticals Inc on Monday launched a global trial to identify whether any of three different drugs can reduce the severity of COVID-19 in hospitalized patients by moderating the immune system’s response to the disease. The three compounds “have a plausible biologic rationale in terms of effect on immune response or the hyper-immune response that some people develop,” said Amgen research chief David Reese. The multiple candidates will be tested against a placebo with all trial patients also receiving standard care. Other drugs that work in a variety of ways, including antivirals, medicines that also modulate immune response and vascular agents may enter the study in coming months. The COVID R&D trial will enroll both hospitalized intensive care unit and non-ICU patients.
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FILE PHOTO: A truck drives amongst workings at the De Beers Voorspoed Diamond mine near Kroonstad, South Africa May 3, 2017. REUTERS/James Oatway(Reuters) - Diamond mining giant De Beers on Monday outlined plans to ethically source its diamonds and be carbon neutral by 2030 due to growing investor pressure on companies to be environmentally and socially responsible. The initiative is the latest example of a miner setting sustainability goals in an industry blamed for depletion of natural resources, smuggling and child labor in supply lines. The company has tracked high-value diamonds from miner to retailer using blockchain to clear the supply chain of imposters and conflict minerals. Advocacy group Human Rights Watch had warned this month that major jewellery brands are still not doing enough to combat human rights and environmental abuses in their gold and diamond supply chains.
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New York City officials and community members gathered Saturday morning in Harlem to pay tribute and celebrate the legacy of David Dinkins, the city's first Black mayor, who died this week at age 93. Honoring the life and legacy of the great and late Mayor David N. Dinkins at the #NANSaturdayActionRally. Early during Dinkins' administration newly freed Nelson Mandela made New York City his first stop in the U.S. in 1990. Officials of the Dinkins administration played a crucial role in the revitalization of Times Square, convincing Walt Disney Corp. to rehabilitate a 42nd Street theater. Dinkins also hired more police officers and raised taxes under his “Safe Streets, Safe City” plan to combat the soaring murder rate in New York City.
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'Una Manita' emerges from Barcelona's celebrations after their fifth goal against Real Madrid on November 29 2010. "What hit me was a realization that Real Madrid, even until the first goal, couldn't keep up with the pace of football. Former Real Madrid and Spain captain Iker Casillas recently described the period to the New York Times as "madness." Every press conference was Mourinho, Mourinho, Mourinho, Mourinho. And yet it's the fabled one, it's the man who will bring Real Madrid all they desire.'"
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ET Covid-19 Updates: With Learning Upended, Parents Pull Children From U.S. Public Schools Amazon has been on a hiring binge to keep up with pandemic shopping, but for the global economy, “normal” is a long way away. Manhattan Gabby Jones for The New York Times Manhattan Gabby Jones for The New York Times Sacramento Salgu Wissmath for The New York Times Manhattan James Estrin/The New York Times Lincoln, Neb. AAA had projected a downturn in road travel, and still expected tens of millions of people to drive to celebrations. The iconic Table Mountain in South Africa’s Western Cape province, which is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases. Credit... Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times For much of the year, every time Hong Kong beat back a surge of coronavirus cases, new problems would pop up weeks later.
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GENEVA (Reuters) - Ten COVID-19 vaccines could be available by the middle of next year if they win regulatory approval, but their inventors need patent protection, the head of the global pharmaceutical industry group said on Friday. Syringes are seen in front of displayed Biontech and Pfizer logos in this illustration taken November 10, 2020. “We will hopefully by the next summer have probably 10 vaccines which have proven their value. Cueni said that IFPMA archives showed there had never been a compulsory license granted for a vaccine and pointed to the difficult technology and know-how. Nearly every member company had committed to “not-for-profit” or socially responsible pricing during the pandemic, he added.
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ADDIS ABABA/NAIROBI (Reuters) - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government will protect civilians in the northern region of Tigray, he told African peace envoys on Friday, a day after he announced the military was beginning the “final phase” of an offensive there. FILE PHOTO: Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed waits for the arrival of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen before their meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia December 7, 2019. Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, said such efforts were not akin to protecting civilians from harm. In September, before the Tigray hostilities began, the U.N. migration agency IOM said conflict had displaced more than 1.2 million Ethiopians around the country. Abiy accuses Tigrayan leaders of starting the war by attacking federal troops at a base in Tigray three weeks ago.
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Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed greets an African Union (AU) envoy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia November 27, 2020, in this picture obtained from social media. Federal forces have captured Wikro “and will control Mekelle in a few days”, Lieutenant-General Hassan Ibrahim said in a statement. Reuters was not immediately able to reach the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) for comment, or to verify the statement. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed accuses Tigrayan leaders of starting the war by attacking federal troops at a base in Tigray on Nov. 4. His government also put senior Tigrayan officials on trial for crimes such as corruption, torture and murder.
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Twenty-four-year-old Destinee Ross-Sutton has already made big splashes in the art world. Destinee Ross-Sutton, a 24-year-old art curator based out of Brooklyn, New York, admits she was "a bit wary" at first. "They had started venturing into Black art more, and so they already had some of his work." That shoot became notable for making use of only Black talent: Black designers, Black hair and makeup artists, Black photographers, and, thanks to Ross-Sutton, Black art work. "The tides are turning where Black art is being seen as more valuable," she said.
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South Africa's Ramaphosa faces no-confidence vote after request by small party
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - The speaker of South Africa’s lower house of parliament has authorised a vote on a motion of no-confidence in President Cyril Ramaphosa, a parliamentary official said on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa visits the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) treatment facilities at the NASREC Expo Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa April 24, 2020. A spokeswoman for the parliamentary caucus of the governing African National Congress (ANC) party, which Ramaphosa leads, declined to comment. The ATM’s leader was not immediately available to say why the request for the no-confidence vote had been made. The two largest opposition parties, the Democratic Alliance and Economic Freedom Fighters, said they would respond later when asked whether they supported the ATM motion.
Persons: Cyril Ramaphosa, Jerome Delay, , , Ramaphosa, Jacob Zuma, Ramaphosa’s Organizations: Transformation, National Assembly, African National Congress, ANC, Democratic Alliance, Economic, Fighters Locations: Johannesburg, South Africa
S.Africa's Ramaphosa faces no-confidence vote after request by small party
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - The speaker of South Africa’s lower house of parliament has authorised a vote on a motion of no-confidence in President Cyril Ramaphosa, a parliamentary official said on Thursday. “There had been a request by the ATM for a motion of no-confidence in the president that came through several months ago. A spokeswoman for the parliamentary caucus of the governing African National Congress (ANC) party, which Ramaphosa leads, declined to comment. The ATM’s leader was not immediately available to say why the request for the no-confidence vote had been made. The largest opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, said it did not support the ATM motion.
Persons: Cyril Ramaphosa, Jerome Delay, , , Ramaphosa, Jacob Zuma, Ramaphosa’s Organizations: Transformation, National Assembly, African National Congress, ANC, Democratic Alliance, Economic, Fighters Locations: Johannesburg, South Africa
South Africa's Ramaphosa faces no-confidence vote next week
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Wendell Roelf | Alexander Winning | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa’s lower house of parliament will vote on a motion of no-confidence in President Cyril Ramaphosa next week, the parliament said on Thursday, but the motion has little chance of succeeding. FILE PHOTO: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa visits the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) treatment facilities at the NASREC Expo Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa April 24, 2020. Jerome Delay/Pool via REUTERSThe vote was requested by a small opposition party, the African Transformation Movement (ATM), which has only two seats in the 400-member National Assembly. The ATM’s leader did not respond to a Reuters request for comment about why his party wanted the no-confidence vote. The largest opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, said it did not support the ATM motion.
Persons: Cyril Ramaphosa, Jerome Delay, Ramaphosa, Ramaphosa’s, Jacob Zuma, Nelson Mandela Organizations: REUTERS, Transformation, National Assembly, African National Congress, ANC, Democratic Alliance, Economic, Fighters Locations: Johannesburg, South Africa
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan’s state-owned export credit agency has agreed to give Nissan Motor Co up to $2 billion as part of a credit agreement to help it finance car sales in the United States. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Nissan Motor Corp. is displayed the company's showroom in Tokyo, Japan November 11, 2020. REUTERS/Issei KatoThe money is part of a $4.1 billion credit agreement for Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation, a unit of Nissan North America, Japan Bank of International Cooperation (JBIC) said in a press release on Wednesday. A JBIC spokesman said the government export credit agency applied the same lending standards as private banks. “We have financing from a variety of different ways and JBIC is one of them,” a Nissan spokeswoman said.
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AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford are facing criticism over their COVID-19 vaccine trial results after admitting a mistake in the vaccine dosage. AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford on Wednesday acknowledged a dosing error in their COVID-19 vaccine trial — and some health experts have said it has eroded their confidence in the shot. The COVID-19 vaccine is on average 70% effective, according to the latest large-scale trial results announced Monday. Their vaccine trials were paused after an "unexplained illness" in one UK trial participant in September. In November, drugmakers Pfizer and Moderna announced that trial results suggested their respective vaccines were 95% effective in preventing COVID-19.
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(CNN) What do you do when your country is torn between decriminalizing abortion and maintaining its colonial abortion laws? The southern African nation has recently seen protests from both anti-abortion activists and abortion rights advocates. Abortion rights activists demonstrate in Windhoek, Namibia, on July 18. According to the Pew Research Center, many religious groups and organizations including the Roman Catholic Church oppose abortion rights . Lobby for abortion bill to be repealedWeeks after street protests and petitions from anti-abortion activists and abortion rights advocates, Namibia continues to debate whether it should reform its abortion laws.
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Oxford University and AstraZeneca announced on Monday that their vaccine works — but the story soon got messy. AstraZeneca's Mene Pangalos said a group of study participants received a lower dose by accident, prompting a wave of criticism from experts. There are legitimate reasons to criticise the vaccine, questioning details of the development process and its precise effectiveness. But it is important not to overhype the problems — the vaccine has been proved safe and could become a powerful weapon against COVID-19. AstraZeneca and Oxford University's high-profile announcement on Monday of a working vaccine has soured in the days that followed.
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UK pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca will likely run a second global trial to assess its COVID-19 vaccine's efficacy, the CEO told Bloomberg News on Thursday. AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford announced Monday that preliminary results showed their two-dose vaccine could be up to 90% effective at preventing COVID-19. But the team later admitted that there was an error in the trial, leaving some participants with half-doses. Experts say that error casts doubt on the validity of the efficacy rate cited, and warrants further study. AstraZeneca's efficacy rate, however, was more complicated.
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Diego Maradona: Naples mourns one of the greatest players of all-time
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Ben Church | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +10 min
Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Diego Maradona is carried around the field after leading Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup final. Hide Caption 3 of 27 Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Maradona sits at his home in Buenos Aires in 1980. Hide Caption 5 of 27 Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Maradona, playing for Barcelona, dribbles past Manchester United players in 1984. Hide Caption 9 of 27 Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Maradona and Pelé hold "Sports Oscar" trophies in 1987. Hide Caption 11 of 27 Photos: Soccer legend Diego Maradona Maradona holds his daughters Dalma and Giannina in 1989.
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‘The Crown’ Stokes an Uproar Over Fact vs. Entertainment
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Mark Landler | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Mr. Neil, who went on to be a broadcaster and publisher, is no reflexive defender of the royal family. Suspicious of Britain’s class system, he said he had sympathies for the republican movement in the 1980s. The show depicts his being fired for having leaked the story, even though it suggests that he did so at the queen’s behest. Simon Jenkins, a columnist for the left-leaning Guardian, regards members of the royal family as artifacts of celebrity culture irrelevant to a country grappling with real-world challenges like Brexit. (He based the report on an off-the-record interview with the prince.)
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Photos: The novel coronavirus outbreak Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, speaks during a news conference on Thursday, November 19. Hide Caption 10 of 427Photos: The novel coronavirus outbreak People shop at an outside market in Berlin on October 27. Hide Caption 62 of 427Photos: The novel coronavirus outbreak A worker disinfects a public school in Brasilia, Brazil, on August 5. Hide Caption 65 of 427Photos: The novel coronavirus outbreak Elementary school students walk to class in Godley, Texas, on August 5. The shelter, which hosts 470 asylum seekers, was placed in isolation after a pregnant resident tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
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Best Art Books of 2020
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Roberta Smith | Holland Cotter | Jason Farago | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
‘RAPHAEL 1520-1483’ Edited by Marzia Faietti and Matteo Lafranconi (Skira). There’s no 2020 show I regret missing more than this one in Rome, the largest Raphael retrospective ever. ‘FLUENCE: THE CONTINUANCE OF YOHJI YAMAMOTO’ By Takay (Damiani). Long resident in London and New York, the Japanese photographer Takay returned home to shoot this profoundly beautiful book, documenting three decades of experimental tailoring by the designer Yohji Yamamoto. MEDU ART ENSEMBLE AND THE ANTI-APARTHEID POSTER’ Edited by Antawan I. Byrd and Felicia Mings (Art Institute of Chicago/Yale).
Persons: ‘ RAPHAEL, Marzia Faietti, Matteo Lafranconi, Raphael, Medici, Leo X, Baldassare Castiglione, , YAMAMOTO, Takay, Yohji Yamamoto, Rie Miyazawa, Yukio Ninagawa, Letizia Treves, , Artemisia Gentileschi, , Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Judith, Holofernes, Antawan I, Byrd, Felicia Mings, , Genevieve Bresc, Gérard Rondeau, It’s, Henri II’s, Louis XIV’s Organizations: “ School of Athens, Yale, Art Institute of Chicago, Louis XIV’s Galerie Locations: Rome, Urbino, London, New York, Tokyo, Shinjuku, pensive, Sicilian, Soweto, South, South Africa, Botswana
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