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Kamala Harris says she's "prepared to fight" Trump in 2020 race Asked if she is the strongest Democrat to take on Donald Trump in the 2020 Us presidential election, Senator Kamala Harris says she is "prepared to fight", what she believes "will be a winning fight".
RUssia's media watchdog Roskomnadzor launched "administrative proceedings" on Monday against Us social media giants Facebook and Twitter, accUsing them of not complying with RUssian law, news agencies reported.
- The diaspora remittances increased from KSh 197 billion in 2017 to KSh 274 billion in 2018 - This translates to almost half of Kenya's total export earnings which stands at KSh 494 billion - The regulator noted the spike in diaspora remittances is good for the economy becaUse it helps stabilise Kenyan shilling and spurs investment Kenya's diaspora remittances has increased from KSh 197 billion in 2017 to a record KSh 274 billion in 2018, Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) report shows.
Most players would feel intimidated facing a rampaging Serena Williams for an AUstralian Open semi-final berth but not Czech seventh seed Katerina Pliskova, who instead harbours a desire for revenge against the American great.
The agreement in Buenos Aires last December between Us President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, led many to assume that the two countries’ trade war would soon be over.
The first is the cautioUs principle of tao guang yang hui, Usually rendered in English as “hide your light and bide your time,” which guided Chinese policy for decades after Deng Xiaoping established it in the 1980s.
Serena Williams alongside her coach Patrick Mouratoglou during a practice session at the AUstralian Open.
The former Eagles striker told www.adantesports.com.ng from his base in the U.S. yesterday that there were two key things the player mUst sort out before he rejoining the national team.
Photo: Thobile Mathonsi/African News Agency (ANA) JOHANNESBURG – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecast South Africa’s economy to grow 1.4 percent this year from 0.8 percent previoUsly, as the lender painted a bleak picture of global growth.