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NIGERIA: President Buhari in Malabo for gas summit

NIGERIA: President Buhari in Malabo for gas summit

    President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived Malabo Equatorial Guinea  for the  5th  gas summit  of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF). Malam Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President …

Par The Lagos Times, le 30 novembre 2019
Journalists detained during Egypt's day of protests

Journalists detained during Egypt's day of protests

    Four journalists were detained November 11 amid a heavy deployment of security forces in Egypt’s cities in response to calls for nationwide protests over economic reforms. The protests …

Par CPJ, le 15 novembre 2016
Migrants lured by sex into Egypt's backstreet kidney trade, says report

Migrants lured by sex into Egypt's backstreet kidney trade, says report

Prostitutes tempt migrants to sell their kidneys as hospitals turn a blind eye to illicit dealing in donated organs for transplants

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 2 septembre 2016
Egyptian firms eyes African markets

Egyptian firms eyes African markets

Egyptian firms seeking opportunities for increased trade within African markets should take advantage of the expertise and offerings of the African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank), Denys Denya, Afreximbank’s Executive Vice …

Par New Business Ethiopia, le 24 novembre 2015

Egypt arrests three journalists in five days, whereabouts of two unknown

New York, October 26, 2015–At least three journalists have been arrested in the past five days in Egypt, and the whereabouts of two of them are unknown, according to news …

Par CPJ, le 28 octobre 2015
WHEN DOES ONE BECOME A THEOLOGIAN ? A remark by Prof. Dr Kalamba Nsapo

WHEN DOES ONE BECOME A THEOLOGIAN ? A remark by Prof. Dr Kalamba Nsapo

  In a recent article Professor Grégoire Biyogo raised the following intriguing question: “When does one become philosopher or Egyptologist». We seize the opportunity of Biyogo’s concern to bring to …

Par Kalamba Nsapo, le 23 juillet 2015
GHANA - IMANI hosts 2nd edition of Atlas African think tank Start-up Training

GHANA - IMANI hosts 2nd edition of Atlas African think tank Start-up Training

    From June 11th-14th, Mensvic hotel was the centre of substantial activity as several young African think tank entrepreneurs and leaders from across the continent converged for the second …

Par IMANI News Ghana, le 30 juin 2015
States fail to protect civilians from militant violence - Amnesty – TRFN

States fail to protect civilians from militant violence - Amnesty – TRFN

Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation       LONDON, Feb 25 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Governments are failing to protect millions of civilians from violence by states and armed groups, Amnesty …

Par Kieran Guilbert, le 25 février 2015
Africa can end hunger by 2025 with effective policies - FAO official

Africa Africa can end hunger by 2025 with effective policies - FAO official

ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Africa could eliminate hunger by 2025 if countries embraced effective policies on job creation, political stability and social protection, a U.N. official said on Thursday. …

Par Chris Arsenault, le 23 janvier 2015
Nigerians grope in the dark

Nigeria Nigerians grope in the dark

LAGOS – Intractable: that’s what Nigeria’s electricity supply problem has been for decades now. The current electricity capacity of the world’s most populous black nation is an abysmal 3,500 megawatts, …

Par Tokunbo Olajide, le 22 décembre 2014