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January 12, 2019 04:19AM
MANAGUA Wholesale Nike VaporMax China , Jan. 2 (Xinhua) -- Nicaragua's rival in an upcoming qualification round for the 2018 Russia World Cup will be chosen by lottery on Jan. 15, a sports official said Friday.


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Fenifut has already hired Costa Rican coach Henry Duarte to lead the team through the initial elimination tournament.


"We hope that with the new coach the national team will be able to make it to the next round, and that the rival, no matter who it is Nike VaporMax 2019 Mens Sale , will be within Nicaragua's reach," said Cruz.


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"Any of these football teams could be Nicaragua's rival in the Concacaf elimination tournament," said Cruz.


Russia will host the FIFA World Cup for the first time in 2018.




NAIROBI? Jan. 6 (Xinhua) -- Consumers in Kenya are bracing for higher electricity tariffs following failed rains in the October-December 2016 season that saw water levels in hydropower generation dams fall considerably.


The tariffs? which rose in December last year? are expected to sustain the upward trend as the Meteorological Department forecasts that dry weather conditions will prevail in most parts of the country in the coming months.


"The average retail tariffs slightly increased in December due to increase in fuel cost charge occasioned by a rise in petrol thermal power in the energy mix by three percent. This was mainly due to low water levels at Sondu-Miriu and Seven Forks dams necessitating running of petrol based thermal power plants to cover the short-fall?" said the Energy Regulatory Commission in a statement Friday.


Kenya in 2015 injected 280 megawatts (MW) of cheaper geothermal energy to the national grid? pushing up installed capacity from 1?765 MW in June 2013 to 2?327 MW in December 2016.


The increase had reduced the country's reliance on expensive diesel generators? shifting the energy mix from 53 percent hydro? 25 percent thermal and 20 percent geothermal in 2013 to 41 percent hydro? 13 percent thermal and 40 percent geothermal in 2016.


The low level of water in hydropower plants has? however? affected generation from the source? prompting increased production from expensive thermal sources.


Last month? households that consumed 200 kilowatt hour (kWh) paid 34 U.S. dollars compared to 31 dollars in December 2012.


Fixed charge for domestic consumers during the month rose to 1.5 dollars from 1.2 dollars while the energy charge per kWh for those consuming above 50 units increased to 0.13 dollars from 0.08 dollars.


Analysts say a rise in electricity tariffs adds burden to consumers and sets them up for higher inflation? which now stands at 6.4 percent.


Already? Kenyans in the capital Nairobi and other urban centers are experiencing water shortages due to falling water levels in dams.


"Life is becoming tougher each day? the cost of transport? food items and education has gone up making things harder for people with large families like us. Last month I paid a bill of 40 dollars from 25 that I normally pay. While I blamed it on my five children who were home for holiday? it is now clear the higher tariffs were the major cause?" banker Emmanuel Makuno? a Nairobi resident? said Friday.


The Ministry of Energy? however? has allayed fears of a rise in power tariffs in the coming months? saying the government is keen on lowering the tariffs.




by Xinhua writer Zhu Junqing


BEIJING? July 26 (Xinhua) -- If Seoul believes that Washington's missile shield could effectively deter the threats from the North? it is making a strategic mistake.


The truth is that the United States does not care about whether South Korea is safe or not. What it truly wants is an anti-missile system that could guarantee America's military supremacy in the Asia-Pacific and beyond.


After the United States deployed four THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) systems on its own soil and installed two X-Band radars in Japan? South Korea is now the missing piece. That's why Washington has relentlessly tried to get THAAD into South Korea since 2012.


Once letting THAAD in? Seoul will become one of Washington's handy tools? losing its autonomy in crafting and executing an independent foreign policy.


The South Koreans also have to know that THAAD would have very limited effectiveness against missiles from the North.


On a technical note? THAAD is designed to shoot down missiles at a relatively high altitude of 40-150 km? while rockets of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) fly at a lower altitude of about 20 km? making them incapable of being intercepted by the U.S. system? experts say.


In addition? it is reported that THAAD is to be set up at the Seongju county? some 300 km southeast of Seoul? far from the border with the North. That means the capital and its adjacent areas? the country's most populated places? fall outside the battery's protection range.


Even if the system is workable? it would only be cited by the DPRK as another good reason to further its nuclear and missile programs. Should the situation further escalate? a regional arms race is well expected and South Korea could bear the brunt of a potential full-blown war.


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