Saturday, September 21, 2019

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan Sign Accord Over Nile Waters

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have signed an initial agreement on how to share water from the Nile River that runs through the three countries,...

World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Africa to meet in Addis Ababa

The last week of March 2015 will see a flurry of activities in the diplomatic capital of Africa, Addis Ababa as discussions focus on...

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...

South Sudan Rebel Group Releases Child Soldiers

Government deal with rebel group will see 3,000 children disarmed A South Sudanese rebel group has released more than 300 child soldiers in the past...

Ethiopian Abdi Mohamed Omar appearance in Minneapolis sparks loud protest + Earlier encounter on...

Abdi Mohamed Omar drew a large Minneapolis crowd, but opponents denounce him. Spirited voices of protest rang out in downtown Minneapolis Sunday as an Ethiopian...

How I Escaped From Boko Haram

Babagana was just 16 when Boko Haram militants invaded his town, slaughtered his parents, and abducted the local children. It was midnight when Babagana crept...

Egypt sending team to explore Kenya opportunities

  The Egyptian Government will send a team of experts to Kenya to explore opportunities for strengthening economic ties in order to champion intra-Africa trade...

Sudan says Bashir to visit Saudi Arabia on Wednesday

The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir will travel to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday in a two-day visit for talks with King Salman Bin Abdel...

U.S. Embassy in Djibouti Set to Resume Servic

The United States Embassy in Djibouti is anticipated to be reopened again on Sunday after days of feared security threats in the Djiboutian capital...

Luanda: End Of Oil Money Threatens ‘Africa’s Dubai’ Ambition

Angola’s capital Luanda is known for being the most expensive city in Africa – and the second most expensive in the world — mainly...

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Did President Farmajo of Somalia Cancel Planned Visit to U.S.?

Somalia President, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, has cancelled his planned trip to New York this week as the Horn of Africa nation faces political crisis...

The UAE Will Triumph Over Iran in the Next Middle Eastern War

As Iranian bluster again increases, it could very well be Abu Dhabi that teaches Tehran a permanent lesson. The eleventh annual Council on Foreign Relations’...

Somaliland: Frankincense Dates Back to Biblical Days

Franincense was as good as gold im ancient times Early civilizations used camels to transport frankincense along the global trade routes. It was one of...