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It’s really nothing impressive at first glance. On paper, the tiny African nation boasts a population less than 900,000 people. The name it carries,...
On 10 October, the National Electoral Commission published the electoral roll for the presidential election scheduled for 13 November. According to our information, 704,089 voters have...
Opinion & Analysis
Being boring is one personality trait president Mohamed A. Farmaajo has in common with our first president, Aden A. Osman. Like Aden, Farmaajo is...
Money transfer companies are calling for reduced cost of remittances in Africa to help assuage the burden on the beneficiaries. Mr Dilip Ratha, the head...
The institutions should match fine words about eradicating poverty with action to help one of the world’s most fragile states It is fair to say...
The Gulf crisis and the scramble for military outposts in the Horn of Africa are exacerbating regional tensions that risk triggering a conflict. In...
“Tweet, Twitter, twat.” A phrase coined by a newsroom colleague perfectly describing inane social media frenzies. Jokes aside, posting your information to sites like...
Major changes are coming to the international calendar in 2018, with friendlies set to become a thing of the past for European nations UEFA has...
It was a case of spies watching spies watching spies: Israeli intelligence officers looked on in real time as Russian government hackers searched computers...