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Daily Leadership, one of the most influential Nigerian dailies on Sunday mentioned Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as one of the world leaders with humble lifestyles, reports UNB.
The daily carried a feature story in its “Unreported” section only on five world leaders titled “World Leaders With Humble Lifestyles,” said Bangladesh High Commissioner to Nigeria M Shameem Ahsan.
It specially mentioned about her modest monthly salary (US$ 800 equivalent to Nigerian Naira 288000) while referring to Forbes’s list of the “World’s Hundred Most Powerful Women” in which Prime Minister was ranked at 59, he said. “Two of the most outstanding achievements of Sheikh Hasina are her leadership roles and success behind the trials of Bangabandhu killers and the persons who committed crimes against humanity in 1971,” the prestigious daily pointedly mentioned. As a part of public diplomacy drive, the High Commissioner recently visited some media houses in Nigeria in rec..
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Image from article: Chinese president Xi Jinping
It coincides with launch of Belt and Road initiative and president Xi Jinping’s call to “tell China’s story better” to the world.
“Visiting journalists give glowing report”, read a headline in the Beijing edition of the China Daily, an English-language newspaper that’s run by the Chinese government.
Not unusual in China, no doubt, where the state controls the media with a firm hand.
But what was unusual about this particular news report last year was where the journalists were from: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and more than a dozen countries from Southeast Asia and Africa.
They were all part of a unique Chinese experiment that may yet be Beijing’s most successful – and least known – attempt to better shape the world media’s reporting on China.
For 10 months every year, starting 2016, China’s foreign ministry has hosted around 100 foreign journalists from leading media houses in Asia and Afric..
PA President should join Twitter to create the climate necessary for the continuation of peace negotiations between the Palestinians and Israel. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas attends a Christmas Midnight Mass at the Church of the Nativity in the West Bank town of Bethlehem December 25. (photo credit:REUTERS) Over the past few years, foreign ministries
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