Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Museveni irrigated by Israel

The announcement by the Ugandan president " data-html="true" data-original-title="Yoweri Museveni">Yoweri Museveni of the launch of 190 micro-irrigation projects and the extending of 15 large-scale irrigation projects...

The Syrian war is not over, it’s just on a new trajectory: here’s what...

December 2018 marked a significant shift in the Syrian conflict. The end-of-year events put the country on a new trajectory, one in which President...

Soccer: Qatar Beats Japan 3-1 To Claim The Crown In Final

Two stunning goals from Almoez Ali and Abdulaziz Hatem in the first 30 minutes of the match and a third by Akram Afif in...

Top Iranian General: We Can Destroy Israel ‘In Three days’

Amid rising tensions between IDF and Iranian forces in Syria, IRGC deputy leader says Jewish state ‘will not find enough graves to bury their...

UAE Relations With Somalia Founder Over Qatar, Somaliland

Since the election of the new Somali President in 2017, the country’s relationship with the UAE has deteriorated steadily. The wealthy Gulf state seems...

Saudi prince’s anti-corruption sweep ends with $106B netted

Saudi Arabia’s unprecedented anti-corruption sweep that saw top princes, businessmen, military officers and officials detained at the Ritz-Carlton hotel has concluded after netting the...

Britain’s next ambassador to Israel announced as ex-envoy to Somalia and Congo

Neil Wigan will take up the appointment in June, succeeding incumbent David Quarrey who leaves after a four year term Britain’s former envoy in Somalia...

Ethiopian Israelis Protest Police Violence After Killing

Thousands of Ethiopian Israelis took to the streets of Tel Aviv Wednesday to protest racism and police brutality days after a young community member...

Can Saudi Arabia produce ballistic missiles? Satellite imagery raises suspicions

Satellite images suggest that Saudi Arabia has constructed its first known ballistic missiles factory, according to weapons experts and image analysts, a development that...

Why are Gulf countries so interested in the Horn of Africa?

Regional rivalries are behind a strengthening of both political and economic ties ACROSS THE Horn of Africa evidence is mounting that relations with Gulf countries...

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