Gulf TimesSenegal first lady briefed on Qatar Foundation initiatives - Gulf timesGulf TimesWe hope to collaborate on future projects by tapping into the academic and scientific expertise that Qatar Foundation offers,” she added. The delegation's trip to Doha aims to enhance relations between Qatar and Senegal while promoting close ...and more »
AFPKenya won't crumble over Obama no-showCapital FM KenyaObama is scheduled to travel to Senegal, Tanzania and South African between June 26 and July 3 this year. Kenyans further made reference to Obama's familial roots in Kogelo saying time had come for him to visit Kenya. “I think what Obama has done is ...Obama to visit Senegal, South Africa, TanzaniaYahoo! News (blog)Obama to tour Se
WND.comObama pushes $50 million more for Kenya - WNDWND.comStrengthening Kenya's county governments, at cost to U.S. taxpayers of millions of dollars, could spark the redistribution of political power across the African republic, whose national government is viewed as one of the most notoriously corrupt in the ...
Sudanese refugees relocated to camp in EthiopiaSudan TribuneMay 20, 2013 (ADDIS ABABA) - The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) has relocated over 1,480 Sudanese refugees from the border to Sherkole camp in Ethiopia pushing the capacity of the camp beyond the initial limit of 9,000 people. In a statement ...and more »
Unity and reconciliation necessary for sustainable peace in DarfurSudan TribuneThroughout its 57-years of independence, Sudan has been embroiled in conflict for about 47-years and 10-years of negative peace. This has led to many peace negotiations, yet the country has never had peace despite many agreements that have been ...
Obama to visit South Africa, Senegal, TanzaniaFox NewsThe White House says the president and first lady Michelle Obama will leave on June 26, stopping in Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania. Obama will meet with government figures as well as leaders from the business, civil society and youth communities.
Ethiopia's salt trailWashington PostFor centuries, merchants have traveled to Ethiopia's Danakil Depression with caravans of camels to collect salt from the surface of the vast desert basin. The mineral is extracted and shaped into slabs, then loaded onto the animals before being ...Change looms for Ethiopia's ancient salt trade - Nazret.comNazret.com (blog)all 2 news articles &ra
The SunEl Hadji Diouf 'beaten up' in SenegalThe SunThe Leeds Utd striker was said to have abused other drinkers at beach bar Five in Almadies in his Senegal homeland. Local newspapers claim two men followed him to the toilets and laid into him for ten minutes before bar staff summoned his minders in ...and more »
Voice of AmericaSouth Sudan Army Recaptures Boma: Officials - VOAVoice of AmericaBOR, SOUTH SUDAN— The South Sudanese Army (SPLA) has recaptured the town of Boma in Jonglei state after a brief battle with rebels led by David Yau Yau, SPLA officials said Monday. “The SPLA yesterday restored law and order to Boma and chased ...South Sudan Clashes Kill DozensWall Street Journal24 killed in rebel
National unity: a project for each and every South SudaneseSudan TribuneMay 21, 2013 - South Sudan has just attained independence from an imposed unity that had failed miserably to take into account the objective realities on the ground. In the old Sudan people did not take national unity as a project for each and every ...