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Monday, 21 July 2014 22:19

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Monday, 21 July 2014 18:22

This week at the UN - Friday, 18 July 2014

Djibouti PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 21 July 2014 18:08

Djibouti strongly condemns Armenia`s aggression against Azerbaijan

Photo: Djibouti strongly condemns Armenia`s aggression against Azerbaijan / Nagorno-karabakh conflict

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Djibouti has released a statement strongly condemning Armenia`s aggression against Azerbaijan, AzerTAc reported. In the statement, the Government of Djibouti says it considers the actions perpetrated against civilian Azerbaijani population in the occupied Azerbaijani territories as "crimes against humanity".

Recalling the resolutions of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council, the statement "strongly condemns any looting and destruction of the archeological, cultural and religious monuments in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan".

Prime Minister Erdogan PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 21 July 2014 14:01

شاهدوا رئيس الوزراء التركى رجب الطيب أردوغان وهو يفضح الصهيونى عميل إسرائيل عبد الفتاح السيسى وموقفه من حرب إسرائيل على قطاع غزة

Faa PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 20 July 2014 10:22

US FAA issues strongest aviation warnings for Ukraine, Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia

US FAA issues strongest aviation warnings for Ukraine, Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia

The US Federal Aviation Administration, in short FAA, has in their latest advisories and prohibition notices for US registered aircraft included Kenya as a potentially hostile region while Ethiopia is on the full prohibition list, after Somalia was already for a while on their no go board.All of Ukraine was added yesterday following the shot-down of a Malaysian B777-200 with 298 on board by a surface to air missile from rebel held territory.

Somalie PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 20 July 2014 00:17

Shebab claims deadly strike on Kenya bus

Nairobi (AFP) - Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab on Saturday claimed an attack on a bus near the Kenyan vacation island of Lamu in which seven people were killed.

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Somalie PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 20 July 2014 00:00

Doha: Qatar Charity’s (QC) Somalia office held a honouring ceremony for 145 outstanding students from among

its sponsored orphans.

Some of the students at the ceremony.



The ceremony was held in the capital Mogadishu, under the patronage of Somalia’s Ambassador to Qatar, Omar Sheikh Idris, and was attended by officials from QC partner institutions, delegates from Somali civil society organisations and parents.The students were chosen after their exams during the school year 2013-2014. Prizes were distributed by the ambassador and the Director of the QC Office. QC’s Nashid Band performed. Student Raida Ali Mahmoud gave a speech in Arabic,  thanking QC for its efforts and urging other orphans to be diligent in studies and to maintain a good moral character.

Somali girl PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 18 July 2014 23:54

Somali girl to receive treatment in South Africa after court agreement

Sapa | 18 juli, 2014 16:07

Today the girl and her brother will approach the Pretoria High Court to force the Steve Biko Academic Hospital to urgently admit her to its paediatric cardiology ward for "assessment and treatment" and hopefully to save her. File photo

A gravely ill 12-year-old Somali girl will receive the medical treatment she needs for a heart condition, including an operation, after a settlement was reached in the High Court in Pretoria on Friday.

Lawyers for Human Rights, acting on behalf of the girl's family in South Africa, launched an urgent application after she was allegedly turned away from the Steve Biko Hospital because she was undocumented and her family was unable to pay a R250,000 deposit.The girl travelled unaccompanied through Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique after leaving her home in Somalia on June 25. She collapsed and was rushed to the Kalafong Hospital in Atteridgeville shortly after arriving in South Africa on July 4.

Malaysia PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 July 2014 16:36

Malaysian passenger plane crashes in Ukrain

MOSCOW: A Malaysian airliner flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur has crashed in east Ukraine, where pro-Russian rebels are battling government forces, Russian and Ukrainian news agencies reported, citing aviation and security sources. The Boeing passenger liner came down close to town of Shaktarsk in the rebellion-wracked region of Donetsk after disappearing from the radar and teams from the emergency services were trying to reach the scene, an unnamed security source told Interfax-Ukraine news agency.


Côte d’Ivoire PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 July 2014 14:36

Visite en Côte d’Ivoire : Hollande à la conquête d’un grand marché

François Hollande est arrivé ce jeudi matin en Côte d’Ivoire, où il a été accueilli par son homologue ivoirien Alassane Ouattara à l’aéroport d’Abidjan. Une visite avant tout économique. Paris qui doit faire face à la concurrence chinoise en Afrique ne veut pas être laissée pour compte, surtout dans un pays où la croissance est depuis trois ans à deux chiffres.

C’est en Côte d’Ivoire que François Hollande a entamé sa tournée africaine, qui le conduira dans deux autres pays : le Niger et le Tchad. Si le président français a reçu quatre fois son homologue ivoirien Alassane Ouattara, que l’on sait plus proche de son prédécesseur Nicolas Sarkozy, c’est la première fois que lui met les pieds à Abidjan depuis son élection. Une visite qui avait été programmée depuis très longtemps mais reportée à plusieurs reprises en raison des tracas de santé du chef d’Etat ivoirien.

Africa PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 July 2014 14:21



- First customer in Africa signs Letter of Intent; brings CSeries aircraft orders and commitments to 500 aircraft

MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/14 -- Farnborough International Airshow - Bombardier Aerospace announced today that an African airline and existing Bombardier customer, who wishes to remain unidentified at this time, has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire five CSeries airliners.

Based on list pricing, a firm order for five CSeries aircraft would be valued at approximately $365 million US.

"Our customer faces challenging operational environments and needs excellent range for hot-and-high performance as they expand into new and growing markets," said Mike Arcamone, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. "The exceptional fuel efficiency and widebody passenger comfort that only the CSeries aircraft can provide in an airplane of its size were key factors in our customer's decision to select the CSeries in a region where fuel prices are quite high."

Africa diaspora PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 July 2014 14:09


In support of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, The African Union (AU) Diaspora African Forum will host The African Diaspora Bridge Builders Awards featuring Lynn Whitfield, Lou Gossett Jr., and Nana Rita Marley.

WASHINGTON, DC, July 17, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- On August 4th at the Washington Marriott at Metro Center, The African Diaspora's most prominent 'Bridge Builders' who have made contributions in the areas of development, strengthening relationships and providing opportunities for returning Africans, will indulge in a star-studded evening of dinner, dancing and music. The event will feature award-winning actors Lynn Whitfield and Lou Gossett Jr., and Nana Rita Marley OD, wife of famed Reggae great Bob Marley.

Djibouti PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 July 2014 13:25

Djibouti to Contribute Additional 950 Troops to Amisom

16 JULY 2014

Djibouti will contribute 950 additional troops to the African Union Mission in Somalia(AMISOM) in the coming months in an effort to consolidate gains made by its forces in Hiran region, Djibouti's Foreign Minister Mahamoud Ali Youssouf told Bloomberg Wednesday (July 16th). "We need that strengthening," Youssouf said. "In a few weeks time, we should deploy 450 troops and then another 500 a couple of months later."

Djibouti currently has 1,000 troops serving under AMISOM.

Youssouf said security has been boosted across Djibouti after al-Shabaab militants carried out a suicide bombing at a restaurant in in the capital city in late May.

Somalie PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 23:42

Exclusive: U.N. monitors allege 'conspiracy' to divert Somali assets

Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, President of Somalia, addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, September 26, 2013.            REUTERS/Justin Lane/Pool


(Reuters) - A United Nations panel that monitors compliance with U.N. sanctions on Somalia has accused the country's president, a former minister, and a U.S. law firm of conspiring to divert Somali assets recovered abroad, according to a new report.

The Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group, an 8-person committee, disclosed the findings in a confidential report to the U.N. Security Council's Somalia/Eritrea sanctions committee. Reuters reviewed a copy of the 37-page document.

The U.N. Monitoring Group said the information it has gathered so far "reflects exploitation of public authority for private interests and indicates at the minimum a conspiracy to divert the recovery of overseas assets in an irregular manner."

Mali PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 July 2014 12:17

Mali : un soldat français mort dans une attaque suicide

Un sous-officier français est décédé lundi au nord du Mali alors qu’il participait à une opération de reconnaissance dans la région d’Al Moustarat. Il a été victime d’une attaque suicide. Son décès porte à neuf le nombre de soldat français morts depuis le début de l’intervention française pour chasser les groupes armés du nord-Mali. L’adjudant-chef Dejvid Nikolic, 45 ans, du 1er régiment étranger de Génie de Laudun-l’Ardoise (Gard), est mort lundi. Né en Serbie et naturalisé français, il est décédé alors qu’il participait à une opération de reconnaissance dans la région d’Al Moustarat, à une centaine de kilomètres de Gao. Il s’agit du premier soldat français mort dans une attaque suicide.


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