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Accelerating entrepreneurial approaches and innovative solutions...Paul Kut Kelei's family was forced to flee South Sudan and he grew up as a refugee in Ethiopia. When he was a child, Joseph Munyambanza escaped civil war in the Congo and spent his
Taipei, Sept. 24 (CNA) A two-day event aimed at promoting cultural and arts exchanges between Taiwan and other Asia-Pacific countries will kick off later this week in Taipei, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Rather than relying solely on traditional economic statistics just as GDP, this infographic compares African countries by seven additional categories: health, stability, infrastructure, education, diversity, rights and size...Each country is given an
Ethiopians sip coffee and read the day's newspapers at a cafe in the capital, Addis Ababa, on Monday On the same day, labourers work at an Addis Ababa railway station construction site, overseen by a Chinese supervisor. On Friday in Abyei a territory
But as Guineans prepare to vote in legislative elections next Tuesday, there are fears that the fragile political stability in place since December 2010 is unravelling. Bitter ethnic rivalry, accusations of vote-rigging and economic stagnation have
17 Gao (Mali): A group of 160 Chadian troops from the United Nations peacekeeping force in Mali have deserted their posts in a dispute over pay and conditions, a military source and the soldiers themselves told a news agency on Tuesday.
Niger In Niger, government officials have fought a Chinese oil giant step by step, painfully undoing parts of a contract they call ruinous. In neighboring Chad, they have been even more forceful, shutting down the Chinese and accusing them of gross
A Ugandan journalist charged with recruiting men for the M23 rebel group in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo has been freed on bail. A court in the capital Kampala set bail of $1,500 (£940) for Simon Kaitana, the ex-bureau chief of the
A Japanese firm is set to lay down 2,000 kilometres of pipeline for oil exports from South Sudan and Uganda via Kenya. Kyodo, a Japanese news agency reported last week that Hiroshi Suzuki, President of Toyota Tsusho East Africa Ltd, had said his
IN early August, President Jakaya Kikwete gave a two-week ultimatum to all illegal immigrants to voluntarily leave the country. A good number of them complied with the president's directive, with about 8,000 illegal immigrants who were hiding in