GENEVA — The United Nations is appealing for $46.4 billion to provide life-saving assistance to more than 180 million of the world’s neediest people in 72 countries next year. The appeal comes as donor fatigue sets in amid the proliferation of natural and manmade disasters.
Rwanda's women cricket team have been drawn in a difficult group ahead of the 2024 Cricket ICC T20 Women's World Cup qualifiers slated for which December 7-18 in Kampala, Uganda.
The African tech landscape is experiencing a profound transformation, particularly in fintech, e-commerce, and infrastructure. This surge of innovation is driven by increased investments and the active participation of a digitally adept youth population
U.S. antitrust enforcers argued on Wednesday that a federal judge got it wrong when she ruled that Microsoft's (MSFT.O) $69 billion deal to buy "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard was legal under competition law, in their latest attempt to stop the deal. Microsoft closed the deal on Oct. 13 after winning approval from British regulators. The deal was originally proposed in January 2022 as the biggest acquisition in the history of the gaming industry.
Kenyan middle-distance runner Faith Kipyegon and American sprinter Noah Lyles were among the six "Athletes of the Year" honored in Monaco on Monday evening by the International Athletics Federation (World Athletics), which also paid tribute to the marathon records broken this season.
In South Sudan, authorities and the United Nations are trying an unlikely approach to achieving peace - the sport of basketball.