Who Should Be Watching? Why Not Us?

[Moroccan American Center] Where tensions are running high and opposing armed forces are facing off with one another, separated by only a couple of hundred meters, the risk of an accident with unpredictable and potentially terrible consequences also ru…

[Moroccan American Center] Where tensions are running high and opposing armed forces are facing off with one another, separated by only a couple of hundred meters, the risk of an accident with unpredictable and potentially terrible consequences also runs equally high.

source: AllAfrica News: Western Sahara

Women Police Officers Discuss Professional Policing

[New Times] The eighth ‘Police Women Convention’ convened yesterday at the Police Training School (PTS) in Gishari, Rwamagana District with over 500 female officers convening to discuss skills development as a way of advancing professional policing.

[New Times] The eighth 'Police Women Convention' convened yesterday at the Police Training School (PTS) in Gishari, Rwamagana District with over 500 female officers convening to discuss skills development as a way of advancing professional policing.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Japanese Grant to Boost Access to Clean Water in Rural Areas

[New Times] Japanese government has given a grant amounting to $147, 075 (approx. Rwf121 million) to two local organisations that will supply water in the districts of Muhanga and Bugesera.

[New Times] Japanese government has given a grant amounting to $147, 075 (approx. Rwf121 million) to two local organisations that will supply water in the districts of Muhanga and Bugesera.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

The List – Meet Witnesses That Could Decide Fate of Liberian Officials Accused of Bribery

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The long-anticipated bribery scandal trial spurred by a 2016 report by the London-based watchdog group, Global Witness (GW) kicked off this week in Liberia, ending months of back-and-forth legal wrangles between government p…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The long-anticipated bribery scandal trial spurred by a 2016 report by the London-based watchdog group, Global Witness (GW) kicked off this week in Liberia, ending months of back-and-forth legal wrangles between government prosecutors and the accused officials named in the GW investigative findings.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia