Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Erdogan Seeks to Boost Ties at Turkey-Africa Summit

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Heads of state from 16 African nations are in Istanbul at summit aimed at deepening economic, military ties. Turkey is aiming to deepen economic and...

Somalilanders’ Remittance Businesses Thrive Worldwide

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Cultural connections and digital channels underpin growth of money transfer services led by ethnic Somalis Thirty years ago, Ismail Ahmed snuck from then war-ravaged Somaliland into neighbouring...

DP World Goes Ahead With Development of DRC’s 1st Deepsea Port

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DP World is pressing ahead with the development of a first deepsea port in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Contacts have been...

Somaliland: FlyDubai to Re-operate on 3-Times Weekly Flights

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Dubai-based airline flydubai has announced that it will restart flights to Hargeisa in Somaliland from December 18. Flights to the country were suspended temporarily due...

How the West invited China to Eat its Lunch

The world was preoccupied with the immediate aftermath of 9/11. But exactly three months later, on 11 December, the World Trade Organization (WTO) was...

Somaliland. Berbera Corridor Nears Completion

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Somaliland vies to tap into Ethiopia’s growing port needs Eighty-five percent of the construction of the cross-boundary road project which links Somaliland's port city of...

China’s Aggressive Global Expansion a Threat to Western Interest, Democracies

The port of Berbera and Somaliland's geopolitical location at the crossroads of West Asia, Horn of Africa and Indian Ocean is likely to assume...

Uganda to Surrender Entebbe Airport to Chinese Debt Snare

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Top Ugandan officials have been boxed into a corner of bother after lenders in China rejected their request to re-negotiate ‘toxic clauses’ in the...

Somalia: AG Reports Millions of Dollars Missing in Corruption

Auditor General Mohamed Ali alias Afgoi has exposed missing millions of dollars from key departments within the Federal Government of Somalia , in what...

IMF Issues Conditions to Fund South Sudan

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says support to South Sudan’s ailing economy is pegged on the government’s willingness to open to an accountability probe. The...