Category: Habari za Kimataifa

KAULI YA KOREA KASKAZINI BAADA YA TRUMP KUFUTA MKUTANO WAO

Leo May 25, 2018 Serikali ya Korea Kaskazini imesema kwamba iko tayari kufanya mazungumzo na Washington wakati wowote kutatua matatizo kati yao, baada ya Marekani kuufutilia mbali mkutano wa kihistoria kati ya viongozi hao wawili.

Korea Kaskazini ilionyesha majuto juu ya uamuzi wa Rais wa Marekani Donald Trump kusitisha mkutano huo ambao ulikuwa umepangwa kufanyika June 12, 2018 nchini Singapore, Waziri wa Kwanza wa Makamu wa Nje, Kim Kye Gwan alisema.

Siku ya Alhamisi Trump alimtumia Kim Jong Un barua ya kuufutilia mbali mkutano huo. Tembelea jambotz.co.tz kila siku upate habari moto moto. Tufollow Facebook, Instagram, YouTube na twitter @jambotz

NDEGE YA CUBA YAANGUKA MUDA MFUPI BAADA YA KUPAA

A file picture of a Cubana de Aviacion aircraftNdege ya kubeba abiria aina ya Boeing 737 ya shirika la ndege la taifa Cuba, Cubana de Aviacion, imeanguka na kulipuka karibu na uwanja wa ndege wa kimataifa wa Jose Marti, Havana, vyombo vya habari Cuba vinasema.

Shirika la habari la Prensa Latina limesema ndege hiyo imeanguka jana mei 18, muda mfupi baada ya kupaa. Taarifa zinasema ndege hiyo ilikuwa imewabeba watu 104. Kufikia sasa, hakujatolewa taarifa kuhusu hatima yao.

Radio Habana Cuba imeripoti kwamba ilikuwa ndege ya safari za ndani ya nchi na ilikuwa safarini kutoka Havana kwenda Holguin, mashariki mwa taifa hilo. Continue reading

SHIRIKA LA AFYA DUNIANI YAELEZEA HALI YA EBOLA DRC

Health workers at Bikoro hospital in DR CongoShirika la afya duniani WHO linasema mlipuko wa Ebola katika Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasi ya Congo haujafika kiwango cha kutangazwa hali ya dharura inayozusha wasiwasi wa kimataifa.

Katika mkutano huko Geneva ulioitishwa kwa dharura kujadili Ebola katika Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasi ya Congo shirika hilo limesema mlipuko wa sasa haijafikia vigezo vya kutangazwa hali ya hatari na halikupendekeza vizuizi vyovyote vya usafiri wala biashara.

Kamati ya muongozo wa kimataifa ya shirika hilo hatahivyo imesema kuna haja ya kuwa na wasiwasi kutokana na aina ya mlipuko wa sasa wa cDRC. Continue reading

ANGLIKANA KUUZA MAKANISA YAKE, SABABU HII HAPA

Kanisa la Kianglikana Tasmania lina mpango wa kuuza makanisa 78 kati ya makanisa yake 133 ili kusaidia kuwalipia walionyanyaswa kijinsi walipokuwa watoto.

Waumini wa jimbo hilo kusini mwa Australia wamekasirishwa na hatua hiyo ya kuyapoteza makanisa hayo ambayo yana zaidi ya miaka 130, lakini manusura wamesema hatua hiyo ni ujumbe muhimu wa kupata msahama kutoka kwa Mungu.

Kasisi mkuu wa Tasmania, Richard Condie amesema ‘ uchungu’ wa kuyauza makanisa hayo ni hatua ambayo itawapatia manusura wote wa unyanyasaji wa kingono haki.

Zaidi ya malalamishi ya 1,100 ya visa vya unyanyasaji wa kingono vimeripotiwa dhidi ya kanisa hilo la Australia. Madai hayo yameorodheshwa kutoka kwa mwaka wa 1980 hadi 2005  na yametajwa dhidi ya makanisa 569, yakiwajumuisha wahubiri 247.

FACEBOOK MBIONI KUANZISHA PROGRAM YA KUWAPATANISHA WAPENDANAO

Hivi karibuni kampuni hiyo ilikumbwa na kashfa ya kutothamini faragha za watumiaje wake huku watumiaji zaidi ya millioni hamsini walidukuliwa katika kipindi cha uchaguzi wa Marekani.

Kampuni ya facebook inaongeza faragha kwa watumiaji wake kwa kuweka sehemu ya kufuta historia ya ulichokitafuta katika mtandao huo wa kijamii.

Aidha amesema kwamba programu hiyo itaangazia uhusiano wa muda mrefu na sio urafiki wa muda mfupi na itawatenganisha marafiki na watu wanaotarajiwa kuwa na uhusiano.

”Programu hii itakuwa na kiwango cha juu cha siri na usalama kutoka mwanzo”, aliongeza.

 

TRUMP THREATENS FURTHER $100BN IN TARIFFS AGAINST CHINA

China auto factoryUS President Donald Trump has instructed officials to consider a further $100bn (£71.3bn) of tariffs against China, in an escalation of a tense trade stand-off.

These would be in addition to the $50bn worth of US tariffs already proposed on hundreds of Chinese imports.

The proposal comes after China retaliated to that by threatening tariffs on 106 key US products. The tit-for-tat moves have unsettled global markets in recent weeks.

Analysts have said a full blown trade war between the US and China would not be good for the global economy or markets – and that ongoing behind-the-scenes negotiations between the two giants were crucial.

But market reaction in Asia trade on Friday suggested investors were not too troubled by the latest twist, and that trade war fears were somewhat exaggerated.

In China, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng was in positive territory, up 1.3%. Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 was also trading higher in the afternoon session.

FACEBOOK ADMITS TO FAR HIGHER NUMBER OF DATA BREACHES

Silhouettes of cellphone users in front of a screen displaying the Facebook logo (Reuters/D. Ruvic)Facebook said on Wednesday that 87 million people may have had their personal data leaked to Cambridge Analytica, a data mining firm that used the data to try to influence elections in the US and UK.

The social media giant admitted last month that 50 million users’ data had been leaked, after two newspapers, The New York Times and The Observer, broke the story based on their investigations of Cambridge Analytica.

Facebook’s chief technology officer, Mike Schroepfer, released the new figures on Wednesday as he unveiled a new set of privacy tools for users of the social network.

“In total, we believe the Facebook information of up to 87 million people mostly in the US  may have been improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica,” he said.

BRAZIL’S LULA MUST START PRISON TERM, SUPREME COURT RULES

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will be imprisoned while he appeals his corruption conviction, the country’s Supreme Court has ruled.

He is facing 12 years in jail on charges of accepting a bribe but had asked to remain free during his appeal.

Lula claims the charges are politically motivated, and designed to prevent him from running for president in October.

He has a lead in opinion polls. His Workers Party said the ruling was a “tragic day for democracy and Brazil”.

The Supreme Court judges ruled against him by six to five after a marathon session, which ended in the early hours of Thursday.

BOLLYWOOD STAR SALMAN KHAN GUILTY OF POACHING

Indian Bollywood actor Salman Khan (C) arrives at the airport in Jodhpur on April 4, 2018 ahead of a verdict in the long-running blackbuck poaching case. Indian actor Salman Khan is accused of poaching the protected blackbuck species in the Jodhpur district of Rajasthan in September 1998, and the two-decade-long case has included co-defendants Sonali Bendre, Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, and Neelam Kothari.An Indian court has found Bollywood superstar Salman Khan guilty of poaching rare antelope back in 1998.

Khan killed the two blackbucks, a protected species, in the western state of Rajasthan while shooting a film.

Four other actors who starred with him in the movie and were also charged with the offence have been acquitted by the court in Jodhpur. Khan, 52, could now face between one and six years in jail. He can appeal against the verdict.

One of Bollywood’s biggest stars, the actor has appeared in more than 100 films and has a huge fan following across the vast spectrum of Indian society.

This is far from his first brush with the law. In December 2015 Khan was cleared in a 2002 hit-and-run case in which a homeless man died.

SHOOTING AT YOUTUBE HEADQUARTERS LEAVES SEVERAL PEOPLE INJURED

Officials are seen following a possible shooting at the headquarters of YouTube, in San Bruno,A shooter opened fire at YouTube’s US headquarters in San Bruno, near San Francisco, on Tuesday.

The woman used a handgun to wound at least three people before fatally shooting herself, according to police and witnesses.
Law enforcement stands watch outside of the YouTube headquarters on April 3, 2018 in San Bruno, California. Justin Sullivan—Getty Images

As the shooting unfolded, several YouTube employees posted details of the incident on Twitter. Continue reading

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