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- Somalia: President Visits the Country's Embassy in Turkeyvon Shabelle am 05/07/2022 um 10:50
[Shabelle] ANKARA - Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, and a delegation led by him had an official visit to the Somali Embassy in Turkey.
- Gambia: First Trial of a Former Jungler in Germany - Chronicle of the Bai L. Trialvon The Point am 05/07/2022 um 09:44
[The Point] The first trial ever of one of Yahya Jammeh's "Junglers" (hit squad members) began not in a Gambian courtroom or an international tribunal but in a regional court in the sleepy German town of Celle.
- South Africa: Minister Praises Researchers Who Took Leading Roles in Collaborative ATLAS Experimentvon Govt of SA am 05/07/2022 um 08:57
[Govt of SA] Young South African researchers continue to benefit from the SA-CERN collaboration - 10 years since Higgs Boson discovery
- Somalia: EU Ambassador Meets With PM Hamza Abdi Barrevon Shabelle am 05/07/2022 um 08:37
[Shabelle] Somali Prime Minister Hamza Abdi Barre, has today received in his office the European Union Ambassador to Somalia, Tiina Intelmann.
- Uganda: Worldremit Ceases Money Remittance Business in Ugandavon Capital FM am 05/07/2022 um 07:56
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- UK-based International money transfer service, Worldremit has ceased its operations in Uganda barely a month after saying it will no longer be offering bank transfers to Zimbabwe.
- Mali: Aminata Toure Becomes First Black State Government Cabinet Ministervon DW am 05/07/2022 um 05:42
[DW] Aminata Toure became the first Black member of a state government when she was sworn in as the social affairs, youth, family, seniors, integration and equality minister in Germany's northernmost state of Schleswig-Holstein in June.
- Rwanda: Moise Mugisha in Race to Be Fit for Commonwealth Gamesvon New Times am 05/07/2022 um 05:29
[New Times] Rwandan rider Moise Mugisha is undergoing medical care as he bids to be fit for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games that take place from July 28 to August 8 in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
- Rwanda: Rwanda Should Derive a Lesson of Resilience From Russia-Ukraine War - Kagamevon New Times am 05/07/2022 um 05:26
[New Times] Rwanda and Africa in general, should derive a lesson of resilience from the Russia-Ukraine war, President Paul Kagame, said during a televised interview on July 4, as Rwandans marked the 28th Liberation Anniversary in celebration of the Rwanda Patriotic Army win over the genocidal regime that orchestrated the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
- Africa: EU's Exclusionary Migration Policies Place People On the Move At Greater Riskvon IPS am 05/07/2022 um 05:05
[IPS] Brussels -- A mass attempt on June 24, 2022, of about 2000 African migrants to scale the border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla left at least 37 people dead.
- Africa: ECA, GIZ conclude two years of fruitful partnership on AfCFTA and chart way forwardvon UNECA am 04/07/2022 um 10:28
[UNECA] Addis Ababa, 29 June 2022 (ECA): The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) organized a Multi-stakeholder Conference today to conclude two years of important cooperation in support of deepening African integration, with a focus on the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).
- Somalia: President Is in Turkey for Talks With Edoganvon Shabelle am 04/07/2022 um 09:30
[Shabelle] ANKARA - Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is in Turkey on an official visit during July 3-5, Turkish authorities announced on Sunday.
- Somalia: President Heads to Turkeyvon Shabelle am 04/07/2022 um 08:00
[Shabelle] MOGADISHU (SMN) - Somali president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is set to leave the country for Turkey today, reports say.
- Liberia: EU-Funded Project On Combating Wildlife, Forest Crime Celebrates Achievementsvon FrontPageAfrica am 04/07/2022 um 07:46
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -- Formal programing marking the closing of the successfully completed EU-funded project known as "Strengthening Local Communities and the Law Enforcement Network to combat Wildlife and Forest Crime in Liberia" was held recently at Libassa Ecolodge in Kpan Town, Margibi County.
- Kenya: English Premier League Star Kalvin Philips Enjoys Holiday in Kenya Ahead of Manchester City Movevon Capital FM am 04/07/2022 um 05:46
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Ahead of his move to Manchester City from Leeds United, England international Kalvin Philips was in Kenya for two weeks on holiday and travelled back home last week and immediately went in for his City medicals.
- Africa: Sweden, Clinton Health Access Initiative Launch U.S.$34 Million Healthcare Partnershipvon Daily Maverick am 04/07/2022 um 05:32
[Daily Maverick] Africa has 16% of the world's population and accounts for 23% of the global disease burden, but its spending on health is 1% that of total global health expenditure.
- Africa: Africa and the Russia-Ukraine Conflict - Seizing the Opportunity in the Crisisvon Africa Renewal am 03/07/2022 um 17:05
[Africa Renewal] Invest now in green, inclusive and resilient economies for Africa to better weather the next crisis
- Africa: Renewing Transatlantic Partnerships with Africavon Atlantic Council am 03/07/2022 um 16:58
[Atlantic Council] Renewing transatlantic partnerships with Africa
- Somalia: Turkey Congratulates Somalia On the Occasion of the National Dayvon Shabelle am 01/07/2022 um 14:16
[Shabelle] ANKARA - Turkish foreign affairs Ministry congratulated the Federal Republic of Somalia on the occasion of 62nd Independence Day.
- Nigeria: UK Signs Migration Deal With Nigeriavon Premium Times am 01/07/2022 um 13:28
[Premium Times] Home Secretary Priti Patel in a tweet announcing the deal said the UK's new "landmark agreement with Nigeria will increase the deportation of dangerous foreign criminals to make our streets and country safer."
- Seychelles: Chagossians and Their Descendants in Seychelles Will Be Able to Apply for British Citizenshipvon Seychelles News Agency am 01/07/2022 um 11:14
[Seychelles News Agency] A British nationality law passed on April 28 will allow direct descendants of people born in the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT), which includes the Chagossians, to apply for citizenship but there is no indication when that will take place, said the chairperson of the Chagossian Committee of Seychelles (CCS) on Thursday.
- Zimbabwe: Western Funded Projects Being Financed By Colonial Plunder - Mnangagwavon New Zimbabwe am 01/07/2022 um 08:48
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa and his deputy Constantino Chiwenga Thursday took turns to accuse unnamed Germans of looting gold at Great Zimbabwe which they said is now being used to finance some recent projects locally.
- Kenya: Fantastic Moraa Blazes Field to Storm to Stockholm Diamond League Victoryvon Capital FM am 01/07/2022 um 05:35
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Mary Moraa continued with her impressive form this season after blazing down the field to storm to victory in the 800m at the Stockholm Diamond League on Thursday night.
- Africa: A Look Into the British DFI's Plan to Invest in African Economies, Venture Funds and Tech Startupsvon TechCrunch am 01/07/2022 um 05:31
[TechCrunch] British International Investment wants to invest $6 billion in Africa over five years
- Mali: German Mali Mission - a Crisis Far From Overvon DW am 01/07/2022 um 05:28
[DW] Germany will be the largest provider of troops in Mali following the UN's decision to extend its peacekeeping mission. But one important security measure will be missing after France's troop withdrawal in the autumn.
- Kenya: Reynolds Banks on Her Lionesses Experience to Medal at Commonwealth Gamesvon Capital FM am 01/07/2022 um 05:17
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Ahead of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, United Kingdom, Kenya's top basketballer Victoria Reynolds is banking on her experience to spur the Kenyan women's 3X3 basketball to medal.
- Africa: Uproar Over Britain's Rwanda Asylum Plan Overlooks Nagging Issues in Illegal Migrationvon CFR am 30/06/2022 um 15:47
[CFR] Support for immigration in the West must be balanced with concern about governance in African countries.
- Namibia: Taneta Takes Marula Oil to EU, U.S.von Namibian am 30/06/2022 um 13:55
[Namibian] Women with brilliant business ideas should not be lulled into complacency by any job security but act to bring those ideas to fruition.
- Somalia: Minister of Education Attends Paris Meetingvon Shabelle am 30/06/2022 um 13:29
[Shabelle] PARIS - Somalia's Minister of Education Abdullahi Arab has attended an International Conference on the Advancement of Education which was held in Paris, the French capital.
- Africa: Can Commonwealth Countries Eradicate Malaria By 2030?von New Times am 30/06/2022 um 06:45
[New Times] Although malaria is a preventable and curable disease when diagnosed and treated promptly and correctly, it continues to be a major public health threat.
- Africa: Trophy Hunting Will Not Save Africa's Lions - So the UK Ban On Imports Is a Positive Stepvon The Conversation Africa am 30/06/2022 um 05:57
[The Conversation Africa] Over the past 25 years, I have spent a lot of time counting lions as part of my job. Only last month, I spent three hours with two males - possibly brothers - right next to my car in Maze National Park, Ethiopia. Lions come in the night, very quietly. Despite weighing well over 20 stone (around 150kg), you do not hear their footsteps. What you hear is their breathing, the turbo of the killing machine.