Saturday, September 21, 2019

THE PAYMENTS INDUSTRY EXPLAINED: The Trends Creating New Winners And Losers In The Card-Processing...

The payments industry had a huge year in 2014 and it's showing no sign of slowing down. On the one hand tech giants like...

In Ending Ebola, a Struggle to Track Victims’ Elusive Contacts

Sierra Leone contact tracers seek to track down anyone who may have been exposed to the deadly disease. Follow the courageous men and women known...

Women are key in tackling disaster: UN officials

Women are far more exposed to disasters than men given their frontline roles in the home and in healthcare, the UN says, arguing that...

Video: The Mystery of the Bermuda Triange

The Mystery Of The Bermuda Triangle The Bermuda Triangle has caught the imagination of the world for decades, and the long list of mysterious...

Netanyahu and the Settlements

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s settlement policy resembles his predecessors’ in many ways, but it is a march toward permanence in a time when...

Sun emits significant solar flare

NASA'S Goddard Space Flight Centre Press Release The Sun emitted a significant solar flare, peaking at 12:22 pm EDT (4:22 pm GMT) on March 11th, 2015. NASA’s Solar Dynamics...

Picturing an Imaginary Animal Kingdom

Animals like you have never seen them before! I first saw Simen Johan’s work at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York City a couple...

Learning From Animal Friendships

A goat frolics with a baby rhinoceros. A pig nestles up to a house cat. A rat snake makes nice with the dwarf hamster...

Shortage of security pros worsens

Cisco estimates a million unfilled security jobs worldwide Security hiring challenges have worsened over the last several years. Threats are more numerous and more sophisticated;...

The Secretary General in His Labyrinth

Between the lights of Long Island City and Ban Ki-moon stood a stretch of wooden desk, a well-kept ornamental tree, a window, and the...

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Somaliland: Warta-Burale Village Builds Own Dam

Fadumo Osman is among the 6,000 women and men living in Warta-Burale village in Somaliland who decided they could no longer wait for outside...

The Long Read: Somaliland’s Quest To Defuse A Climate ‘Timebomb’

When Hawo Mohamed woke one morning to find about a dozen of her goats dead, she knew her life as a herder was coming...

Did President Farmajo of Somalia Cancel Planned Visit to U.S.?

Somalia President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, has cancelled his planned trip to New York this week as the Horn of Africa nation faces political crisis...