Oil Revenues Set At U.S.$886 Million in November

[ANGOP] Luanda -More than 140.7 billion kwanzas were collected for the state’s coffers in November this year with the export of more than 52.5 million barrels of oil at an average price of US $ 57,187 US Dollars.

[ANGOP] Luanda -More than 140.7 billion kwanzas were collected for the state's coffers in November this year with the export of more than 52.5 million barrels of oil at an average price of US $ 57,187 US Dollars.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

PM Says His Government Demanded U.S. Aid Cut

[Shabelle] Somalia’s prime minister, Hassan ali-Khaire, said his government had demanded the U.S. briefly suspend aid to much of Somalia’s armed forces in an effort to improve transparency and accountability following corruption concerns.

[Shabelle] Somalia's prime minister, Hassan ali-Khaire, said his government had demanded the U.S. briefly suspend aid to much of Somalia's armed forces in an effort to improve transparency and accountability following corruption concerns.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Rwanda Needs to Take Torture Seriously

[HRW] On December 6, the UN Committee Against Torture released its concluding observations after a routine review of the situation in Rwanda. During the review, committee members raised concerns about serious violations – including torture, extrajudici…

[HRW] On December 6, the UN Committee Against Torture released its concluding observations after a routine review of the situation in Rwanda. During the review, committee members raised concerns about serious violations - including torture, extrajudicial executions, enforced disappearances, and intimidation of journalists, human rights defenders and opposition party members - and asked numerous, precise questions about the Rwandan government's actions.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Minister Wants More Investment in Health Education

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Minister of Health, Silvia Lutucuta, said last Saturday in Luanda that there is a huge need to invest much more in health education so that citizens are aware of the existence of malaria, and then fight against mosquitoes.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Minister of Health, Silvia Lutucuta, said last Saturday in Luanda that there is a huge need to invest much more in health education so that citizens are aware of the existence of malaria, and then fight against mosquitoes.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Gash Barka – Annual Activity Assessment Meeting

[Shabait] Barentu -At an annual assessment meeting the Administration of the Gash Barka region conducted on 13 December, it was reported that commendable development programs were conducted through the active participation of the public and stakeholders.

[Shabait] Barentu -At an annual assessment meeting the Administration of the Gash Barka region conducted on 13 December, it was reported that commendable development programs were conducted through the active participation of the public and stakeholders.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Training for Members of EDF

[Shabait] Asmara -The Information and Promotion Unit of the Ministry of Defense organized a training program on literature, drama, dancing and music for 30 members of the Sesina Cultural Troupe.

[Shabait] Asmara -The Information and Promotion Unit of the Ministry of Defense organized a training program on literature, drama, dancing and music for 30 members of the Sesina Cultural Troupe.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Ethiopia Frees a Somali Journalist Serving a Long Jail Term

[Dalsan Radio] A Somali journalist who was serving a long jail term in Ethiopia was set free after the Somali government intervened his case. Journalist Mohamed Aweys Mudey who is nicknamed as the “King of the Central”, contacted his family in Mogadish…

[Dalsan Radio] A Somali journalist who was serving a long jail term in Ethiopia was set free after the Somali government intervened his case. Journalist Mohamed Aweys Mudey who is nicknamed as the "King of the Central", contacted his family in Mogadishu informing them about his release.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Al-Shabab Militants Killed in Air Strikes in Kismayo

[Dalsan Radio] American warplanes operating under the government order launched air strikes in Berhani area in Kismayo last night. The operation which took place at around 6:00 pm targeted an Al-Shabab base in the area.

[Dalsan Radio] American warplanes operating under the government order launched air strikes in Berhani area in Kismayo last night. The operation which took place at around 6:00 pm targeted an Al-Shabab base in the area.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

65 Somalis Killed in Ethiopia

[Dalsan Radio] Reports reaching Radio Dalsan from the Oromia region in Ethiopia say that up to 65 people who are all Ethiopian Somalis were killed in Gadule, a small town in Darullow district. However, the head of information of Eastern Harerge distric…

[Dalsan Radio] Reports reaching Radio Dalsan from the Oromia region in Ethiopia say that up to 65 people who are all Ethiopian Somalis were killed in Gadule, a small town in Darullow district. However, the head of information of Eastern Harerge district in the Oromia region Mr Abdirizack Mohamed who spoke to Oromo, Tigre and Amharic branches of news said that the number of people who died is14.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

A Former Minister Complains About Mistreatment By a Serving Minister

[Dalsan Radio] Mrs Amina Mohamed Mursal who served as a Minister for Women in the Transitional Government of Somalia under the late Abdullahi Yussuf and as a member of the 9th Parliament claims that she was being mistreated by Minister of Youth and Spo…

[Dalsan Radio] Mrs Amina Mohamed Mursal who served as a Minister for Women in the Transitional Government of Somalia under the late Abdullahi Yussuf and as a member of the 9th Parliament claims that she was being mistreated by Minister of Youth and Sports Mrs Khadija Mohamed Deriye.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia