Wednesday, February 20, 2019

British-Somaliland Citizens Investigated for Attack in Addis Ababa

Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the country is protected at all times from attacks by the Somali militant group al-Shabab but is asking...

Djibouti: Turkish President’s first 2015 Presidential official visit to the Horn of Africa

Turkish President Erdoğan will pay consecutive official visits to Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia later this month, January 2015, marking his first official visits this...

Libya warring parties agree on roadmap for unity government

GENEVA Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani, the head of Libya's recognised government. Libya's warring factions have agreed on a road map to form a unity government...

Cows and conflict: South Sudan’s “slow motion” livestock crisis

By Andrew Green KAMPALA, (IRIN) - At 11 million head, cattle outnumber people in South Sudan and are central to the country’s economy and society....

Violence, arrests and mistrust ahead of Burundi polls

BUJUMBURA, (IRIN) - A fortnight after a five-day battle took place in northwest Burundi, very few details have emerged about the armed group which...

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...

China’s motive in South Sudan

By. Aljazeera TV Presenter: Nick Clark. African international relations and the rise of emerging powers in Africa The Foreign Affairs Minister of The People’s Republic of...

Boko Haram crisis: Nigeria estimates Baga deaths at 150

Nigeria says the number of people who lost their lives in an assault by Boko Haram militants on the town of Baga last week...

Sudan’s Bashir riding high as he launches re-election bid

By AFP KHARTOUM Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir launched his bid for re-election Sunday, facing little threat to his quarter century in power despite an ailing economy,...

Man wrestles with robbers after smash-and-grab

Johannesburg - Two men were arrested for attempting to steal a man's wallet from his car in Sandton on Thursday afternoon, Johannesburg metro police...

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Somalia Falls Into The Chinese Debt, Resources Drain Net

Fishing is one of the most highly profitable sectors across the globe and, the tuna industry alone is worth about $10 billion globally. Surveys...

Puntland Closes Somalia’s Wadajir Opposition Party Offices

The Federal Somalia State of Puntland locked up the regional offices of Somalia's Wadajir political party, Monday, on gubernatorial orders. The Governor of Nugal region...

Spectrum Says No Oil Blocks Auctioned on 7 Feb London Conference

The multi-client, seismic imaging  company, Spectrum, in a letter it addressed to the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources of the federal Government of...