FOLK HERO™ partners with lingerie label INTIMISSIMI to launch global brand campaign celebrating ‘The Art of Italian Lingerie’ featuring iconic Heidi Klum and Leni Klum

FOLK HERO — part of [INVNT GROUP] The Global BrandStory Project™ — developed INTIMISSIMI’s BrandStory, and wrote, creative directed, and executed the campaign New York, NY, Oct. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — INTIMISSIMI, the Italian brand partnered with brand strategy firm, FOLK HERO, to develop and reimagine their Brand Story . Ultimately leading to the […]

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Hisense lance le compte à rebours de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA 2022 au Qatar avec une chance pour vous de gagner parmi plus d’un million de rands de cadeaux

CAPE TOWN, Afrique du Sud, 22 octobre 2022/PRNewswire/ — Hisense, l’une des premières marques mondiales d’appareils électroménagers et d’électronique grand public, a lancé une série d’activités gagnantes en ligne et en magasin dans le cadre de sa campagne en Afrique du Sud, « The Perfect Match », pour célébrer son parrainage international de la Coupe du […]

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NAIROBI — Peace talks on the war in Ethiopia will start on Monday in South Africa, the African Union said Friday, following earlier commitments by the government and Tigray forces to participate. The Ethiopian government and its allies, which include Eritrea’s military, have been fighting Tigray forces in the north of the country on and off since late 2020. The conflict has killed thousands, displaced millions and left hundreds of thousands on the brink of famine. Both sides had committed to talks earlier this month, but they were delayed for logistical reasons. The African Union’s Peace and Security Council said Friday it welcomed “mutual commitments to genuinely participate in the peace process.” Redwan Hussein, national security adviser to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, has said the government will participate in the AU-led talks from October 24. Kindeya Gebrehiwot, a spokesman for the Tigray forces, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The peace talks are set to start just days after the Ethiopian army and its allies seized three large towns in Tigray, one to the northwest and two to the south of the regional capital Mekelle. Tigrai TV, a media outlet controlled by the Tigray authorities, said Friday the Tigray forces had released more than 9,000 Eritrean and Ethiopian prisoners of war, including 500 women. The station reported that the prisoners of war were released because the enemy is the Ethiopian government, not the frontline soldiers who they said were forced to fight. Reuters was not immediately able to confirm the details of the prisoner release. Source: Voice of America

ADDIS ABABA — The African Union’s Peace and Security Council is meeting Friday to discuss the escalating war in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region. The conflict-resolution body is to receive a briefing from AU special envoy Olusegun Obasanjo, who has been […]

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