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President Omar Gulleh Of Djibouti Believes Trump Will Pay Little Attention To Africa

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Djibouti’s president, Ismail Omar Gulleh says African leaders believe President-elect Donald Trump will pay little attention to Africa, but is hopeful that Djibouti can continue a strong bilateral relationship with the U.S. Check also: Why Melania and Barron Trump may not move to the White House “Africa does not appear on the foreign agenda of the U.S. president-elect, Donald Trump, but ...

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Why This Ugandan Traditional Leader, Mumbere Was Freed And Re-arrested Hours Later

Charles Mumbere

KAMPALA, UGANDA — Police in Uganda have re-arrested a traditional leader who is facing treason and other charges hours after he was granted bail by a court, a judicial official said Saturday. Charles Wesley Mumbere was first detained in November after what he calls his royal guards refused an order by security forces to disarm and surrender, leading to a stand-off ...

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Uganda To Host Military Intelligence Base To Monitor DR Congo

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Countries in the Great Lakes Region will at the end of January set up a military intelligence base in Kasese, Uganda, to monitor “negative forces” in eastern Congo. Check also: Salva Kiir Threatens To Personally Run Military if Road Attacks Continue The Joint Follow-up Mechanisms (JFM) comprising 12 military intelligence officers from all the countries of the Great Lakes Region will ...

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Winnie Byanyima Bails Out Kanyamunyu, She Angers Akena’s Relatives

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The clearly angered relatives said Winnie Byanyima should have kept away from the case despite being related to the main suspect Mathew Kanyamunyu. Check also: Byanyima Awarded With Honorary Degree – University Of Manchester The Executive Director of Oxfam International,  Winnie Byanyima and her sisters Edith and Martha Byanyima are some of the people who have come to stand for Mathew ...

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Tunisians Disapprove against Returning Jihadists

tunisians protest over returning jihadists

At least 1 000 people protested in central Tunis on Sunday against allowing Tunisians who had fought with jihadists abroad back into the country. Check also:  Tunisia’s youngest prime minister ever Youssef Chahed sworn in At least 3 000 Tunisians have joined the ranks of jihadist groups fighting in neighbouring Libya, as well as in Syria and Iraq, according to ...

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