Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Russia to Help Uganda Develop Nuclear Energy

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Uganda said on Wednesday it had signed an Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) with Russia to help the country build capacity to exploit nuclear technology for...

Djibouti wants to attract light-manufacturing industries as wages rise in China

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The tiny of country of Djibouti wants to leverage its geographic location, at the entrance of the Red Sea, to become a logistics and...

Foreigners close up shop in Philippi as looting spreads in South Africa + Video

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CAPE TOWN - Many foreign business owners in Philippi have been forced to close up shop. They fear for their lives as some foreign owned...

Frustrated by Alleged Ethiopia Intransigence, Khartoum Recalls Its Addis Envoy

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Sudan has recalled its ambassador to neighbouring Ethiopia, frustrated by the stance of Ethiopian officials whom it said were refusing Khartoum’s offer to mediate...

Kenya, US Vow to ‘Degrade’ Al Shabaab Operational Capabilities

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Kenya and the United States agreed on Wednesday to take a series of steps to deepen their economic ties, promote opportunities for US businesses...

Father of slain Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam Engineer speaks

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Bekele Aynalem, the father of slain Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam project Manager – Engineer Simegnew Bekele, is in Addis Ababa to attend his son’s...

Faisal must not attempt to drive a wedge between Djibouti, Somaliland

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The honorable Head of the Djibouti diplomatic mission in Somaliland, Hussein Omar Kawalie, upbraided the Chairman of the Justice and Social Welfare Department, UCID,...

Sudan Enters Deep Waters

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The recent deal between Russia and Sudan to establish a warship logistics hub for Russian forces on the Red Sea may provoke the ire...

Mombasa port not mortgaged to China, Uhuru says

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has said the government will continue to borrow loans from China and the rest of the world despite criticism from different...

How the West invited China to Eat its Lunch

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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...