Home Authors Posts by Finn Gayle

Finn Gayle

Finn Gayle
163 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Finn Gayle is a highly-motivated test engineer focusing on verification and validation of Flight Management Systems. He also has an out-and-out knowledge of software quality attributes and version control. Also, other than being a proficient test engineer, he is an admirable pianist who always entertains his family, friends, and guests with his tunes.

Sudan’s Coup Leader Awad Ibn Auf Finally Steps Down

Sudan’s Defense Minister Awad Ibn Auf has stepped down after leading a coup to oustlongtime leader Omar alBadhor   This came as a wave of protests continued to hit the streets with protesters claiming he was too close to Mr. Bashir. Announcing his decision on state T.V, the head of Sudan’s military council named Lt-GenAbdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan as his successor. Mr. Bashir’s downfall comes after months of protests in the country which began in December amid the rising prices. The army is expected to stay in power for two years before eventually holding free and fair elections.

Mr. Ibn Auf who served as head of military intelligence in the 2000s during the Darfur conflict is facing sanctions from the US which were imposed on him in 2007. His resignation was followed with chants of t fell again” from protesters who had refused to leave the streets. The Sudan Professionals Association, a group behind the protests termed Mr. Ibn Auf’s decision to step down as a victory for all the demonstrators. They are also demanding for a smooth transition of government from the military to civilian rule before they can finally come back home.

Lt-Gen Abdel Fatteh Abfelrahman Burhan, the man in charge is believed to have a clean record as per reports from the AP. He has even made an effort to meet with the protesters in order to hear what they have to say. Despite the ousting of President Bashir on Thursday, protesters refused to disperse, with most of them setting camp outside the army’s headquarters in Khartoum. This was done in defiance of a curfew which had been put in place by the military. On Friday, Sudan’s military council spokesman said the army was not planning to stay in power but instead would listen to the views of protesters. Whether this is going to be put in place is still a mystery to the many protesters who wanted change.

Taliban Storms Bala Murghab District Killing Dozens

Bala Murghab district in Afghanistan’s Western Badghis province was stormed by Taliban fighters, with both the insurgent group and Afghan government forces troops suffering from dozens of casualties as per reports from a provincial official. For the past two months, Bala Murghab district has been a war zone between the Taliban and Afghan government forces. Officials have even warned that the district might end up falling in the hands of Taliban forces if they do not receive reinforcement soon enough.

Fighting in Afghanistan appears to have reached new heights ahead of the usual spring season with both parties looking to increase leverage before reaching a peace settlement agreement. The attacks which began on Wednesday night has led to the killing of 36 members of the Afghan government forces. Bala Murghab district governor, Waris Sherzad said the Taliban captured several security checkpoints during the attack. The Taliban also suffered setbacks during the attack with close to 30 Taliban’s being killed.

Taliban spokesman Qari Yousuf Ahmadi said that they attacked the district from four different directions, capturing five key checkpoints as a result of the attack. The recurring conflict in Badghis is very intense in the Helmand province and along the northern Kunduz province. In last month’s attacks, the two sides suffered heavy casualties and at one point 50 members of the government forces were forced to surrender to the Taliban.

Afghan citizens have also been the biggest losers with The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) placing the number of displaced people in Kunar and Nangarhar provinces at 21,000. The latest round of peace talks between Taliban officials and the U.S ended last month with both sides claiming that they were making proceeds. However, the latest series of attacks does not seem to show this since more lives are being lost.

Leaked Render Reveal Moto Z4 with Waterdrop Notch

Moto

Motorola’s Z series smartphones still stuck with a modular concept which was appealing two years ago. Most of the other smartphone manufacturers have departed from making modular smartphones, but Motorola is still coming up with modular phones. When Motorola launched its flagship Z3, they also showcased a Moto Mod. It has enabled smartphone’s 5G connectivity. It seems that Motorola is working on Z3’s successor which will likely to be called Moto Z4.

For quite some time, Motorola has been working on the new upcoming phone. Recently leaked renders have given us a glimpse of the look of the forthcoming smartphone device. 91Mobiles posted the alleged design of Moto Z4 which almost similar to Moto Z3. The new smartphone will have waterdrop style notch with an edge-to-edge display. The notch houses the front camera. The waterdrop notch of Moto Z4 looks similar to Moto G7. Moto G7 will launch in India very soon.

The leaked render suggests the Moto Z4 will sport a single 48-megapixel shooter which might be a Sony sensor. Like most of the other Moto Z series smartphones, Z4 will also feature a 16-pin pogo connector which will be at the back. With the Moto Mods, it can be used. The look of the smartphone is dated; but it seems in order to ensure compatibility with previous Moto Mods, Motorola has to go by the same design.

No fingerprint scanner is at the back of the device. It seems the device will feature a fingerprint scanner on the display screen. Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC will power the upcoming flagship Moto phone. The compatibility of it could be with 5G Moto Mod which was launched beside Moto Z3.

The new device may ship with Android Pie with few customizations of Motorola on top of it. It will have a USB Type-C port and also expected to retain a 3.5 mm headphone socket.

Neeraj Gour
Neeraj Gour has demonstrated working experience as an author to various blogs and articles. My interest in research is based on the sense of curiosity and an eagerness to explore world. I am fond of writing various articles, covering lots of hot topics from the current affairs. I love sharing my views for the various businesses and help them in their branding and promotion.

Tips to Choose the Right Managed Print Services Provider

Managed print services are gaining immense popularity not only in Texas, but also worldwide. This can be attributed to new technology, increasingly efficient services...

What you need to know about VPN China

VPN 中国If you are thinking about a VPN China service, then you need to understand how this particular product can make things easier for...

What You Need to Know About Getting an Inheritance Advance

San Jose Advance InheritanceIn case someone in your family died recently, their estate may first have to go through probate court before the inheritance...

What you need to know about SEO Services Los Angeles

SEO Services Los AngelesA leader in SEO Los Angeles, at the award-winning Marketing1on1 lead a hands-on search engine optimization approach and provide a unique...