Monday, June 18, 2018

Nigeria’s Boko Haram releases beheading video echoing Islamic State (videos)

Nigerian Islamist sect Boko Haram released a video purporting to show it beheading two men, its first online posting using advanced graphics and editing...

DP World says Djibouti has not offered to buy its Doraleh terminal stake

DUBAI, March 28 (Reuters) - DP World has not received an offer from Djibouti to buy its 33 percent stake in the Doraleh Container...

A recognition for the jobs well done

Ethiopia’s export trade is showing increment with the increase in the volume of exportable agricultural products thanks to the efforts made to build drought...

Made In Africa: Johannesburg Startup To Make First Smartphones In Africa

Johannesburg-based startup, Onyx Connect, is set to become the first firm in Africa to manufacture smartphones when its starts rolling out its phones in...

Kenya: ‘Rapist’ Baboons Target Women in Nyeri, Wreak Havoc On Farms

Stray monkeys and baboons from Aberdare National Park reportedly harass women sexually before raiding their farms and homes for food. The animals invade farms in...

Eyewitness – Malawi’s floods

 NAIROBI, (IRIN) - The scale and impact of the current flooding in southern Malawi seems to have caught the authorities by surprise. Some areas...

UK starts deploying troops to South Sudan, Somalia

A team of the British army soldiers has arrived in Somalia as part of the UK’s plans to deploy hundreds of troops in several...

Do Ethiopia’s Oromo People Have A Better Alternative For Modern Democracy?

Ethiopia’s Oromo people made headlines around the world when peaceful protests turned violent against government land use changes, prompting a state of emergency. Now Oromo voices...

Who should pay for African peacekeeping?

The problem for African peacekeeping is not so much where to find the boots to put on the ground, but how to pay for...

Ethiopia wants political prisoners to sign “confession” forms before release

When Ethiopia announced last month that it would release political prisoners and close a controversial detention facility, many viewed it as a promising sign that the...

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OUTRAGE AS TANZANIA PASSES LAW THAT COULD IMPRISON BLOGGERS

Bloggers, Internet users, journalists and activists in Tanzania are up in arms following a government directive that could land them in jail. In a...

UAE TO GIVE ETHIOPIA $3 BILLION IN AID AND INVESTMENTS

The United Arab Emirates pledged a total of $3 billion in aid and investments to Ethiopia on Friday, an Ethiopian official said, a major...

Mogadishu Takes Over FISS Airspace Responsibilities of Nairobi TODAY Amid More Disturbing Gaps and...

The Federal Government of Somalia's Ministry of Transportation and its Aviation wing take over full management and responsibility of Somalia/Somaliland airspace management and control...