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Kim Seon Ho Ex-Girlfriend Abortion Scandal Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha Actor Health Updates

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The headlines seem to crash the popularity of South Korea’s star Kim Seon Ho after his ex-girlfriend alleages him to force her for an abortion. However, these allegations are not going to ruin his career but still has a fear of losing fame, the star has apologized and asked her for forgiveness. According to the reports, the netizens community has revealed the identity of his ex as a former weather forecaster named Choi Young Ah. Stick around if you love to have knowledge about Korean stars.

Kim Seon Ho's Ex-Girlfriend Abortion Scandal Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha Actor Health Updates

Kim Seon Ho’s case first started to trend on the internet when an anonymous netizen came up and claimed that the Korean star is in a relationship with former weather forecaster, Choi Young Ah. However, the news came in 2020 of their relationship, and just after the year, the couple got separated in 2021 June. At the time of their relationship, his girlfriend opened up about their situation where she stated that she stopped taking birth control pills due to some health issues just for a couple of months and when she stopped taking those pills she got pregnant post which Kim Seon-ho forced her to kill the baby inside.

Kim Seon Ho Controversy Explained!

As per a statement by his girlfriend it is to be cleared that when she realized that there is another life inside her womb, Kim Seon-ho forced her to abort the baby but denying this she didn’t do this as she wanted to keep the baby. However, the star said that if that baby comes so it will affect his entire career due to which he has to pay to pay 900 million Korean won for breach of contract on current endorsements.

Well, there is no doubt that the news is affecting his career and the fan following of him among the girls because female across the globe are just crazy for him and due to the case or rumour his career and stardom getting affected of it so it is becoming mandatory for him to settle all the down until it gets worst for his further life. So far he has not opened his mouth for anything else execpt for appology let’s see how far will it go, till then stay connected with us to get all the latest news update of world.

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Mozambique conference calls for revival of fishing communities – The Maravi Post

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African leaders and policymakers have called for strategies to harness the potential of the blue economy to achieve sustainable development. The call came at a high-level conference hosted by the Government of Mozambique on 18 and 19 November in the City of Vilanculos. The theme was Investing in Ocean Health is Securing the Planet’s Future.

Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi hosted the event, attended by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, Ministers from other countries and leading policymakers from Africa. African Development Bank Group President Dr. Akinwumi A. Adesina delivered a virtual message during the opening ceremony, highlighting the potential of blue economy initiatives. “The continent has maritime zones that stretch 13 million square kilometers, encompassing territorial seas and continental shelves that also stretch up to 6.5 million kilometers. And 38 African countries are coastal,” he said.

Adesina said there was an urgent need to revive the livelihoods of fishing communities. “This can be achieved by governments and the private sector prioritizing enabling policies, and providing access to modern fishing fleets, cold storage and processing facilities, and investing in infrastructure and climate advisory services to support climate-smart fishing practices.”

Leïla Mokaddem, the Director General for the Bank’s Southern Africa Region, represented President Adesina in person at the event. She said the Bank would continue to help Mozambique unlock its blue economy potential in the post-pandemic era by supporting regional approaches to coastal resilience and transboundary fisheries management in the Mozambique Channel and Indian Ocean region through the Southern African Development Community Secretariat.

Mozambique has the third-longest coastline in Africa, with enormous coastal resources that contribute significantly to the economy, including marine parks that provide social and economic benefits for about half the population.

Mokaddem, who led the African Development Bank delegation at the conference, said the Bank was also co-financing one of the largest private sector investments, worth over $5 billion, in regional infrastructure development, through the construction of a rail corridor and the deep water Nacala port to facilitate maritime trade and market access. 

The Bank team, which included Cesar Augusto Mba Abogo, Country Manager for Mozambique, reinforced the Bank’s commitment to building resilience against climate disasters in Mozambique, one of the 10 countries in the world most vulnerable to climate change. Within this scope, Mokaddem held bilateral meetings with the Minister of the Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries, Augusta Maita, to discuss strategic cooperation to develop the blue economy.

Mozambique Minister of Economy and Finance, Adriano Maleiane, acknowledged the Bank’s role in Mozambique: “The African Development Bank is one of the principal strategic partners of Mozambique in the development of infrastructure projects and in the context of the development of blue economy initiatives.”

The Minister hosted a high-level dialogue with Mokaddem and Bank staff on development projects in northern Mozambique, the transformation of the agriculture sector, the revision process of the 20-year economic development strategy and macroeconomic stability issues. Mokaddem also met with businesswomen to discuss their challenges and opportunities, and how to generate an economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Source African Development Bank Group

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Intégration régionale : les présidents de la Mauritanie et du Sénégal posent la première pierre du pont de Rosso entre les deux pays – The Maravi Post

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Le président de la Mauritanie, Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazouani, et le président du Sénégal, Macky Sall, ont lancé, ce jour, les travaux de construction du pont de Rosso qui reliera les deux pays voisins.

Le vice-président chargé du Complexe du secteur privé, de l’infrastructure et de l’industrialisation de la Banque africaine de développement, Solomon Quaynor, l’ambassadrice de l’Union européenne au Sénégal (UE), Irène Mingasson et le représentant de la Banque européenne d’investissement (BEI), Ramon Ynaraja, étaient également présents à la cérémonie.

Le pont, qui enjambera le fleuve Sénégal sur 1,5 kilomètre, assurera une circulation fluide entre le sud de la Mauritanie et le nord du Sénégal. Il devrait permettre de réduire les temps de trajet et de baisser les coûts de transport. Il fera également progresser les échanges commerciaux le long des corridors transafricains Tanger-Lagos et Alger-Dakar, renforçant ainsi l’intégration entre l’Afrique de l’Ouest et le Maghreb.

« Intégrer, développer et faire la différence dans le quotidien des populations, ce sont trois ambitions que nous voulons réaliser avec le pont de Rosso, pour en faire un véritable trait d’union entre l’Afrique de l’Ouest et le Maghreb, a affirmé, dans son allocution, le vice-président de la Banque africaine de développement, Solomon Quaynor. 41 millions d’euros ont ainsi été mobilisés par la Banque africaine de développement pour réduire de plus de 80% la durée du trajet, tripler environ le commerce transfrontalier et baisser considérablement le coût de transport. Avec le pont Sénégambie que nous avons financé, le pont de Rosso vient compléter le seul maillon manquant des corridors Tanger-Lagos et Alger-Dakar. C’est un bel exemple de coopération avec nos partenaires, l’UE et la BEI ».

Mme Irene Mingasson a déclaré : « Forte de son expérience, l’Union européenne est convaincue de la nécessité d’appuyer l’intégration régionale ouest-africaine et continentale. Le pont de Rosso est un emblème de cette ambition portée par deux pays mais attendue aussi par leurs voisins, dans la région et au Maghreb, et au-delà en Europe. Construire un pont, c’est un acte fort, une projection vers demain, presque un rêve, d’optimisme et de résolution à renforcer toutes les facettes d’une relation, économique, commerciale, sociale et humaine. Participer à la réalisation de cette ambition est une évidence pour la Team Europe, qui s’investit profondément tant au niveau politique qu’au niveau des investissements qui faciliteront la circulation des personnes et des biens, le développement des entreprises, la mobilité et le dynamisme économique. A l’instar de ce pont de Rosso, la reconstruction de la route Nouakchott-Bombri, à quelques kilomètres d’ici, fait progresser l’axe Nouakchott-Dakar, au bénéfice des populations. »

« Le renforcement des transports transfrontaliers est essentiel pour le commerce, l’activité économique et la cohésion sociale. La Banque européenne d’investissement est heureuse de soutenir cette liaison de transport prioritaire, en partenariat avec le Sénégal, la Mauritanie, la Banque africaine de développement et l’Union européenne. Le projet du pont de Rosso facilite la coopération internationale et renforce le commerce transafricain. En promouvant le développement du secteur privé (notamment agricole), le projet favorise le maintien et la création d’emplois, et de ce fait contribue à lutter contre la pauvreté », a ajouté Ambroise Fayolle, vice-président de la BEI.

Le coût total du projet est d’environ 88 millions d’euros. Il est composé d’un don de 20 millions d’euros de l’UE et deux prêts d’environ 41 millions d’euros de la Banque africaine de développement en faveur des deux pays et de 22 millions d’euros de la BEI. Une enveloppe qui couvre également les aménagements et équipements sociaux-économiques ainsi que les mesures de facilitation du commerce. Le restant des financements est assuré par des fonds de contrepartie engagés par les deux Etats.
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3 students killed, 8 critically injured in Michigan High School Shooting – The Maravi Post

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Parents walk their kids away from a parking lot where many students gathered after an active shooter situation at Oxford High School in Oxford

A 15-year-old Oxford High School sophomore, armed with a semiautomatic handgun, is accused of a shooting at his school Tuesday afternoon, killing three students and injuring eight others and a teacher. 

Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard confirmed the news of the tragedy in a statement on Tuesday evening.

The incident unfolded around 12:51 p.m. at Oxford High School in Oxford Township on Tuesday afternoon when the teen armed with a semiautomatic handgun reportedly fired between 15 and 20 rounds at fellow students.

According to Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard, the suspect’s father purchased the handgun just four days before the incident.

The teen suspect was stopped when he was coming down a hall with a 9mm handgun with seven rounds of live ammunition. He reportedly was under suicide watch and he was arrested immediately after the incident.

Among those wounded, a 47-year-old teacher with a grazing bullet wound had been discharged, while the children ages 14 through 17 years old were in conditions ranging from stable to critical, with injuries to extremities, chests, necks and heads, Independent reported.

It was unclear whether the suspect had targeted anyone but sheriffs believe he acted alone.

Commenting on the tragedy, the county Prosecutor Karen McDonald said appropriate charges will be issued and the community should be assured of justice to the victims.

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