- Ghana to spend 50 million dollars on population and housing census
The national population and housing census scheduled to begin this year in Ghana is estimated to cost about 70 million cedis, an equivalent to 50 million U.S. dollars, Grace Bediako, government statistician, said in Accra on Wednesday.
The government had released funds for 60 percent of the cost while development partners had pledged to support the program.
She told media here at the launch of 2010 world population day that there would be a financial gap of about 20 million ced ... 国の人口住宅センサスは、1年予定され、この開。統計政府、Bediakoガーナていると推定するコスト、グレースドル約7000万セディを、同等の50万米ドル2009で述べているにアクラ政府は60％のための資金があったリリースプログラムをサポートするための約束したパートナーは、開発コストの中に彼女はCEDの2000万2010年打上げのだメディアをここで世界の人口の約の財政格差が日があるだろう...
- Settle up in yuan nationwide, central bank advisor says
By Li Qiaoyi
The government should not continue yuan cross-border trade settlement trials, but instead ought to expand the yuan settlement program across the country soon to promote the yuan's role as a global currency, a central bank advisor said Thursday.
Concerns remain that some government departments are not yet prepared to launch the yuan settlement program nationwide. But that shouldn't be an issue, as rolling the program out would pressure the departments into achieving readiness, ... Qiaoyiで李政府は顧問銀行中心的な役割として、世界の通貨、するべきではありません引き続き元の元、すぐに推進全国クロスプログラムを決済に展開元すべき国境貿易決済の試験をではなく、明らかにした
- Two more Mexican journalists are murdered
The journalistic bloodshed continues in Mexico. Marco Aurelio Martínez Tijerina, who presented a news programme for the radio station La Tremenda in the state of Nuevo León, was kidnapped last Friday and found shot dead the following day.Guillermo Alcaraz Trejo, a video producer for the State Human Rights Commission's website and previously a cameraman with the digital newspaper Omnia in Chihuahua, was gunned down after visiting former colleagues at Omnia. Their murders bring the number of journalists killed in Mexico since the start of the year to 10. A total of 67 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 2000 while another 11 others have gone missing since 2003. Source: Reporters without BordersJournalist safetyMexicoPress freedomGreenslade on Latin AmericaRoy Greensladeguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds
- Malcolm X gunman Thomas Hagan freed
Last man still serving time for 1965 murder of civil rights leader released on paroleThe only man to admit shooting Malcolm X has been freed on parole, 45 years after he helped to assassinate the civil rights leader in New York City. Thomas Hagan, 69, was freed on Tuesday, said Linda Foglia, of the state correctional services department. He had spent two days a week at a Manhattan prison under a work-release programme. Hagan, the last man still serving time for the 1965 killing, admitted being one of three gunmen who shot Malcolm X at Harlem's Audubon Ballroom. He has repeatedly expressed regret, and applied for parole 16 times before his request was approved.United StatesRace issuesguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds