Saturday, December 15, 2018
Somalia: Amisom

AU to intensify on-field operational training to Somalia army

Securing the Mogadishu-Johwar supply route was an urgent assignment that Commander Owoyesigire gave the troops. The commander of African Union Mission in Somalia, Lt. Gen....

Ethiopia Says Somaliland Displaced Thousands of Oromo People

Ethiopia accused a semi-autonomous territory in neighboring Somalia of illegally displacing more than 3,000 long-term Oromo residents in the wake of clashes on the...

Are A Million Chinese Immigrants Building A New Empire In Africa?

More than one million Chinese have emigrated to Africa over the past couple of decades in search of the African dream. Author Howard French explores...

KENYA, TANZANIA END BILATERAL STALEMATE

Kenya and Tanzania have agreed to end a stalemate that was affecting their long-standing bilateral relationship. Following talks between President UhuruKenyatta and his Tanzanian counterpart...

Iraqi Forces Seize Large Parts of Tikrit From Islamic State Militants

Iraqi security forces and allied Shiite militias seized large parts of Tikrit on Tuesday, amid reports that most of the Islamic State militants battling...

Djibouti defies UAE by nationalising container port

The Horn of Africa country has defied threats by the UAE and nationalised a port on the Djibouti coast. East Africa's Djibouti has said it...

NIGERIA SURVIVORS OF BOKO HARAM ATTACK RECALL ‘TOTAL TERROR’

The evening was closing in when the first few shots sounded. Men locked up their little shops and ran, looking for safety. Women in...

Who will be Ethiopia’s next prime minister?

Will the appointment of a new Ethiopian prime minister only act to save the ruling party or usher in deeper reform? Hailemariam Desalegn's snap resignation as Ethiopia's...

In their own words: How drought is bringing despair to Kenyan herders

Turkana is one of several arid counties in Kenya in the throes of a prolonged and extreme drought. Most people in these areas raise...

Thousands of Boko Haram refugees “stranded” in Chad

Boko Haram's Worsening Violence Has Forced More Than 150,000 People From Northeastern Nigeria To Flee Into Neighboring Niger, Cameroon And Chad. DAKAR, 11 February 2015...

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Expo organizers honor Dahabshiil Group for remarkable participation

The Somaliland Chamber of Commerce, industry and Fisheries honoured Dahabshiil Group for a very remarkable participation at the five-day 8th trade fair held at...
Baidoa, Somalia

Somalia: Parliament NSC accuses AMISOM of inciting violence, endangering ‘fragile peace’

The National Salvation Caucus (NSC) of the Somalia Federal Parliament accused AMISOM of not only compromising impartiality but by actively inciting violence which endangered...

Could China squeeze the U.S. out of Djibouti – its only permanent military base...

When unveiling the Trump administration’s new Africa policy on Thursday, national security adviser John Bolton made a point to speak about a single container...