‫أخبار عاجلة: OKX تدرج LDO، وتخفض المزيد من الرموز غير القابلة للاستبدال (NFT) ذات الشرائح الزرقاء، وتعرض ما يصل إلى 65.35% من Staking APY.

فيكتوريا، سيشيل، يوم 2 سبتمبر، 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — أصدرتOKX، ثاني أكبر بورصة عملات مشفرة، تحديثات الأعمال لأسبوع 2 سبتمبر، 2022: OKX تدرج Lido سيبدأ التداول في LDO وفقاً للجدول التالي: يتم فتح إيداعات LDO في الساعة 03:00 صباحاً بتوقيت UTC في يوم 2 سبتمبر يتم فتح التداول الفوري على LDO/USDT في الساعة 10:00 صباحاً بتوقيت […]

فيكتوريا، سيشيل، يوم 2 سبتمبر، 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — أصدرتOKX، ثاني أكبر بورصة عملات مشفرة، تحديثات الأعمال لأسبوع 2 سبتمبر، 2022:

OKX تدرج Lido
سيبدأ التداول في LDO وفقاً للجدول التالي:

  1. يتم فتح إيداعات LDO في الساعة 03:00 صباحاً بتوقيت UTC في يوم 2 سبتمبر
  2. يتم فتح التداول الفوري على LDO/USDT في الساعة 10:00 صباحاً بتوقيت UTC في يوم 2 سبتمبر
  3. يتم فتح عمليات السحب على LDO في الساعة 10:00 صباحاً بتوقيت UTC في يوم 3 سبتمبر

LDO هي إحدى عملات Ethereum المشفرة وتمنح حقوق الحوكمة في Lido DAO. ينظم Lido DAO مجموعة من بروتوكولات الأسهم السائلة، ويتخذ القرارات المتعلقة بالمعايير الرئيسية وينفذ عمليات ترقية البروتوكولات لضمان الكفاءة والاستقرار. عبر تملك الشخص لعملة LDO المشفرة، يحصل الشخص على حقوق التصويت في Lido DAO.

OKX تقدم رموزاً غير قابلة للاستبدال (NFT) مخفضة إلى 0N1 Force، وIsekai Meta، وSneaky Vampire Syndicate

خصومات هائلة هي مجموعة من الأحداث التي توفر فرصاً لشراء رموز غير قابلة للاستبدال (NFT) مميزة بخصومات. ويتم بيع الرموز غير القابلة للاستبدال (NFT) هذه على أساس أسبقية الحضور.

راجع أدناه لمعرفة المزيد:

الجولة المجموعات تبدأ من سعر الخصم
الجولة الثانية 0N1 Force

Isekai Meta

Sneaky Vampire Syndicate
12:00 ظهراً بتوقيت UTC في 2 سبتمبر، 2022 0.01 ETH


يعرض على المستخدمين ما يصل إلى 56.32% من APY مع تسنيد ELF، وEGLD، وICX، وQTUM، وFLOW

يقوم OKX Earn بإطلاق تسنيد ELF، وEGLD، وICX، وQTUM، وFLOW في 5 سبتمبر، 2022، الساعة 03:00 صباحاً بتوقيت UTC. الأماكن محدودة ومتاحة على أساس أسبقية الحضور.

لمحة سريعة عن مكافآت التسنيد:

التشفير المنتج المصطلح حد الاشتراك الإجمالي الحد الفردي APY
ELF التسنيد 120 يوماً 500,000 ELF 50 ELF 56.32%
EGLD التسنيد 120 يوماً 4,000 EGLD 5 EGLD 20.65%
ICX التسنيد 120 يوماً 150,000 ICX 15 ICX 15.18%
QTUM التسنيد 120 يوماً 100,000 QTUM 5 QTUM 7.62%
FLOW التسنيد 120 يوماً 140,000 FLOW 14 FLOW 17.69%

اعرف المزيد على مركز دعم OKX.

للحصول على مزيد من المعلومات، يُرجى التواصل مع:
Media@okx.com

نبذة عن OKX

OKX هو تطبيق تداول عملات مشفرة رائد، ونظام قائم على Web3. يثق به أكثر من 20 مليون عميل على مستوى العالم في أكثر من 180 سوقاً دولياً، ويُعرف OKX بأنه تطبيق تداول العملات المشفرة الأسرع والأكثر موثوقية للمستثمرين والمتداولين المحترفين عالمياً.

لمعرفة المزيد عن OKX، قم بتنزيل تطبيقنا أو قم بزيارة:okx.com

 

ROSEN, RESPECTED INVESTOR COUNSEL, Encourages Centessa Pharmaceuticals plc Investors to Inquire About Securities Class Action Investigation – CNTA

NEW YORK, Sept. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, continues its investigation of potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of Centessa Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ: CNTA) resulting from allegations that Centessa may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public. SO WHAT: If you purchased Centessa securities you […]

NEW YORK, Sept. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, continues its investigation of potential securities claims on behalf of shareholders of Centessa Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ: CNTA) resulting from allegations that Centessa may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public.

SO WHAT: If you purchased Centessa securities you may be entitled to compensation without payment of any out of pocket fees or costs through a contingency fee arrangement. The Rosen Law Firm is preparing a class action seeking recovery of investor losses.

WHAT TO DO NEXT: To join the prospective class action, go to https://rosenlegal.com/submit-form/?case_id=8067 or call Phillip Kim, Esq. toll-free at 866-767-3653 or email pkim@rosenlegal.com or cases@rosenlegal.com for information on the class action.

WHAT IS THIS ABOUT: On or around May 27, 2021, Centessa conducted its initial public offering (“IPO”), selling 16.5 American Depositary Shares (“ADSs”) priced at $20.00 per share.

Then, on June 2, 2022, Centessa issued a press release “announc[ing] that it has made the strategic decision to discontinue development of lixivaptan for Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD) including both the Phase 3 ACTION Study and the open-label ALERT Study.” Centessa specified that “[t]he decision is based on a thorough reassessment of the commercial potential of lixivaptan as a potential best-in-class therapy for patients with ADPKD, and the incremental development challenges and associated costs, following a recent observation of alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) elevations in one subject in the ALERT Study.” On this news, Centessa’s ADS price fell $1.25 per ADS, or 27%, to close at $3.25 per ADS on June 2, 2022.

Then, on August 10, 2022, Centessa issued a press release “announc[ing] its decision to discontinue development of ZF874 following a recent report of an adverse event (AE) involving elevated liver enzymes (AST/ALT) in a PiMZ subject dosed with 5 mg/kg BID of ZF874 in the Phase 1 study.” Centessa stated that “[b]ased on the results observed to date, the Company concluded that ZF874 was unlikely to achieve the desired target product profile.” On this news, Centessa’s ADS price fell 5% per ADS to close at $4.75 per ADS on August 10, 2022.

WHY ROSEN LAW: We encourage investors to select qualified counsel with a track record of success in leadership roles. Often, firms issuing notices do not have comparable experience, resources or any meaningful peer recognition. Be wise in selecting counsel. The Rosen Law Firm represents investors throughout the globe, concentrating its practice in securities class actions and shareholder derivative litigation. Rosen Law Firm has achieved the largest ever securities class action settlement against a Chinese Company. Rosen Law Firm was Ranked No. 1 by ISS Securities Class Action Services for number of securities class action settlements in 2017. The firm has been ranked in the top 4 each year since 2013 and has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for investors. In 2019 alone the firm secured over $438 million for investors. In 2020, founding partner Laurence Rosen was named by law360 as a Titan of Plaintiffs’ Bar. Many of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized by Lawdragon and Super Lawyers.

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West and Central Africa: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (23 – 29 August 2022)

WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICAFLOODS KILLED OVER 250 PEOPLEAcross 17 countries in West and Central Africa, as of 16 August, heavy rainfall and floods killed over 250 people, injured many others, destroyed some 35,000 houses, leaving 126,000 people homeless an…

WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA

FLOODS KILLED OVER 250 PEOPLE

Across 17 countries in West and Central Africa, as of 16 August, heavy rainfall and floods killed over 250 people, injured many others, destroyed some 35,000 houses, leaving 126,000 people homeless and displacing over 125,000 people. More rain expected in the region until October. Rains and floods are severely impacting the Republic of Congo, Chad, Liberia, Nigeria, Niger, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gambia, Mauritania, the Central African Republic, Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal, Ghana, Cameroon, Mali and Burkina Faso. Additional shocks of extreme weather events have pushed vulnerable families deep into crisis. Many of the affected regions were already struggling with high levels of food insecurity, malnutrition, instability, and violence. Floods have impacted hygiene and sanitation conditions and increased the incidence of water-borne diseases. Moreover, floods increased displacement into overcrowded settlement camps, where diseases spread easily. More recent information and figures on floods and their impacts on the region will be published soon.

SIERRA LEONE

TORRENTIAL RAINS AND FLOODS KILLED 6

On 28 August, Torrential rains caused floods and landslides across parts of the capital Freetown, killed at least 6 people, displaced others, and destroyed properties. About 122 households, 55 houses and 9 public structures were affected. The National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) provided food and non-food items to 1,011 people affected by fire and windstorm in various towns and villages in Kenema and Kailahun Districts, Eastern Region. This is the second spate of heavy rain in Freetown in the last 2 weeks. Areas of Freetown including Culvert and Kroo Bay were flooded after a heavy downpour that started on 17 August.

MAURITANIA

HEAVY RAINFALL AND FLOODS KILL 14, DESTROY OVER 3,800 HOUSES

Since late July, heavy rainfall and floods have killed at least 14 persons across several regions of Mauritania, most of them are children, affected about 29,000 persons, destroyed 3,817 houses, and damaged many others. The most affected areas include south-central Tagat region, and Assaba and Hodh El Gharbi regions in the south. Rains and floods have also destroyed crops and killed hundreds of livestock. Food stocks were also damaged. Some roads were cut off for several days. Telecommunication and electricity services were also interrupted. Access to drinking water has become inaccessible for many families in affected areas. Heavy rain fall continued in August with several areas recording 100mm of rain within hours. Humanitarian organizations in including Red Crescent Society mobilized to provide aid to affected people.

CAMEROON

FLOODS KILLED FIVE PEOPLE IN THE FAR NORTH

On 15 and 16 August, heavy rains and floods in the Mayo-Danay division in the Far-North province and Logone et Chari in the extreme north province killed at least five people, injured many others, and affected about 6,000 people. Humanitarian organizations mobilized to provide immediate support.

Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

FAO: Lower Food Prices Not Helping Consumers

The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization says consumers are not yet feeling the benefits of declining food prices. The FAO says world food commodity prices dipped for the fifth consecutive month in August.Lower world food prices generally reflect bet…

The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization says consumers are not yet feeling the benefits of declining food prices. The FAO says world food commodity prices dipped for the fifth consecutive month in August.

Lower world food prices generally reflect better availability at the global level. However, FAO says, this time, lower wholesale prices have not led to better food access or lower prices for consumers.

FAO Director of the Markets and Trade Division Boubaker Ben-Belhassen said availability has improved, while access to food commodities has not. This, despite declining prices five months in a row.

“This is due to several factors including the persistent high cost of processing and transportation, logistics, and the exchange rate also of currencies of countries as against the U.S. dollar,” he said. “Also, the cost-of-living crisis has affected access. So, that is why we have not seen this decline in prices at the world level translating into lower prices for consumers or at the retail level.”

Ben-Belhassen cautioned that a drop in world prices does not necessarily result in market stability. He said that is subject to the uncertainties and volatility surrounding developments in the energy market and the price of fertilizer.

He said continued high energy and gas prices reduce profitability and increase production costs for farmers. He added that will pose a serious challenge for farmers in the coming year.

He noted the U.N.-brokered Black Sea grain initiative allowing Ukraine to export its grain and other foodstuffs has improved the availability of food on the world market. Prior to the July agreement, Russia had blockaded Ukraine’s three key ports triggering a global food crisis.

Ben-Belhassen said the better availability of food on the global level has not translated into greater access at the consumer level. He said the increased shipment of goods from Ukraine has not alleviated food scarcity in sub-Saharan Africa and other developing countries. He noted that is because most grain exports go to middle-income countries.

“So, it does not really go to those countries that are most affected or are most in need for better domestic supplies,” he said. “We hope the situation will improve with time. We hope that the shipment also will go to these countries.… We are still concerned about access, about the cost-of-living crisis.”

The FAO official says families in low- and middle-income countries tend to spend 50% to 60% of their monthly income on food. He warned the implication for food security could be very serious if consumer food prices do not drop significantly.

Source: Voice of America

Mali Denies UN Accusations of Human Rights Abuses

Mali’s foreign ministry is denying accusations of human rights violations made by the United Nations.An 11-page statement posted on the official social media accounts of Mali’s foreign ministry denies all allegations leveled in a U.N. note that implica…

Mali’s foreign ministry is denying accusations of human rights violations made by the United Nations.

An 11-page statement posted on the official social media accounts of Mali’s foreign ministry denies all allegations leveled in a U.N. note that implicated Malian state security forces.

The U.N. mission to Mali, MINUSMA, released a quarterly note on human rights Wednesday, accounting for the period between April 1 and June 30 of this year. The note said that most of the human rights violations in Mali during that period were committed by Islamist militant groups but also says it has documented “serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law” by state security forces.

The note adds that there was a decrease in all recorded human rights violations compared to the first quarter of 2022.

Mali’s foreign ministry statement called the allegations against state security forces biased, and said they were made without “tangible proof” and “under the threat of terrorist groups,” with an objective “to tarnish the image of state security forces.”

Tensions between Mali’s military government and MINUSMA have been rising in recent months. In July, Mali arrested 49 soldiers from Ivory Coast who had arrived as support for a U.N. contingent on their arrival at Bamako’s airport, accusing them of being mercenaries.

Also in July, MINUSMA’s spokesperson was expelled from the country after he made comments on Twitter claiming the U.N. had notified the Malian government of the soldiers’ arrival.

The Malian government denied the U.N. access to Moura, Mali, in April, where it wanted to carry out a human rights investigation into an alleged massacre committed by Malian forces working with Russian mercenaries.

MINUSMA’s quarterly note also claimed to have documented the killing of 50 civilians in Hombori, Mali, by state security forces working with “foreign military personnel.”

The Malian government statement did not address accusations that it is working with foreign military forces. Mali says it only works with official Russian trainers and has received military aircraft and weapons shipments from Russia.

A number of countries have accused Mali of working with mercenaries from Russia’s Wagner Group. After nearly 10 years there, France withdrew from Mali in August because of concerns about the country working with the Kremlin-linked paramilitary organization.

Source: Voice of America

At Least 33 Killed in Eastern DR Congo Clashes, Monitor Says

KINSHASA, DR CONGO — At least 33 people were killed following a militia attack on a town in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, a respected monitor said Saturday, raising an earlier reported death toll.Kivu Security Tracker, the monitor, tweeted that…

KINSHASA, DR CONGO — At least 33 people were killed following a militia attack on a town in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, a respected monitor said Saturday, raising an earlier reported death toll.

Kivu Security Tracker, the monitor, tweeted that at least 33 people, including militia members and civilians, had died following an attack by the notorious CODECO militia on Mongbwalu in Ituri province.

It did not specify how many of the dead were civilians, however.

The death toll raises an earlier reported death toll of 22 people killed during the attack on Mongbwalu town.

Town mayor Jean-Pierre Bikilisende earlier this week told AFP that 22 bodies were discovered following clashes between the militants and Congolese troops.

Fourteen civilians and eight militants were killed, he said, explaining that CODECO members had been staging attacks since Tuesday in a bid to free fellow fighters captured by Congolese security forces.

AFP was unable to independently confirm the death toll from this week’s attack.

The CODECO — the Cooperative for the Development of the Congo — is a political-religious sect that claims to represent the interests of the Lendu ethnic group.

It is considered one of the deadliest of the more than 120 militias operating in the troubled eastern part of the country and has been blamed for a number of ethnic massacres in Ituri.

Last year, Congo’s government put security officials in charge of Ituri and neighboring North Kivu province in a bid to curb violence, but the attacks continue.

Source: Voice of America