FELICE. At his residence in Valletta, ROBERT, aged 96, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss his sons Anthony and George and their spouses Hilary and Maria-Iris, his grandchildren Louisa, Robert, Helena, Maria, Katrina and Hanna and their respective partners, his great-grandchildren Edward and Jimmy, his sister Ann, his exceptional and devoted carers Theresa, Rowena and Joe. Mass præsente cadavere will be said today, Saturday, January 20, at 8am at St Paul Shipwrecked parish church, Valletta, followed by interment in the family grave at Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery. No flowers by request but donations to Hospice Malta, Balzan, will be appreciated. Lord, grant him eternal rest. MICALLEF. On January 18, at his residence in Iklin, JOHN (il-Gypsy), of Birkirkara, aged 81, passed away peacefully, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife Rose, his brother Freddie and his wife Salvina, his sister Mary and her husband John, his in-laws and their respective families, nephews and nieces, other relatives and friends. The funeral cortége leaves Mater Dei Hospital on Monday, January 22, at 8am for the Transfiguration parish...
Balanbale ( Sh. M. Network )-Madaxweynaha JFS Mudane Maxamed C/llaahi Maxamed “ Farmaajo” iyo Wafdi uu hoggaaminayo ayaa maanta ku wajahan deegaanka Xeraale, degmada Balanbale iyo deegaano kale oo ka tirsan Gobolka Galgaduud. Waxaana qaban qaabada soo dhaweynta Madaxweyne Farmaajo si weyn looga dareemayaa deegaanadaasi. Ammaanka ayaa si aad ah loo adkeeyay, iyadoona halkaasi la […]
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Ausbeutung der Natur, Gewalt gegen Indigene und Frauen, Korruption: Papst Franziskus holt bei seinem Besuch in Peru weit aus und verurteilt die Missstände in dem südamerikanischen Land. „Wahrscheinlich waren die autochthonen Völker Amazoniens in ihren Territorien nie derart bedroht, wie sie es heute sind“, sagte das katholische Kirchenoberhaupt am Freitag in Puerto Maldonado im Amazonasgebiet. […]
Der Beitrag Papst prangert Umweltzerstörung und Gewalt gegen Frauen an erschien zuerst auf Neues Volksblatt.
SoftBank Group Corp.’s expected spin-off of its Japanese telecoms business will lure investors seeking exposure to a solid tech name but the prospect of tougher competition in a mature industry may turn off those chasing higher returns. SoftBank shares have risen about three per cent this week since it said it was considering what would be the largest IPO by a Japanese company in nearly two decades, a deal that would accelerate the group’s transformation into one of the world’s biggest tech investors. The company aims to sell about 30 per cent of SoftBank Corp., Japan’s number three wireless carrier, for about two trillion yen (£12.93 billion), the Nikkei newspaper reported. The proceeds would be invested in growth assets such as foreign information technology companies. While it could provide founder Masayoshi Son’s global investment juggernaut with a cash boost, the domestic phone business is facing a concerted attempt by regulators to drive down telco fees and promote new entrants, threatening to crimp profits. SoftBank no longer attracts the sympathy of regulators as the young upstart that broke up the telecoms duopoly of NTT DoCoMo Inc. and KDDI Corp., with lower prices and...