U.S$91k Arab Countries Donation Ti Somalia Relief Kitty Meet Ridicule By Somalis

[Dalsan Radio] Arab League countries have released a $91000 donation towards the drought relief kitty amidst ridicule of the amount by the Somali public Mohamed Abdalla Idris the Arab League envoy in Somalia handed over the donation to the committee

[Dalsan Radio] Arab League countries have released a $91000 donation towards the drought relief kitty amidst ridicule of the amount by the Somali public Mohamed Abdalla Idris the Arab League envoy in Somalia handed over the donation to the committee

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Leakage of Classified Documents Rattles Government

[Guardian] Abuja -There are concerns in the nation’s security circles over the incessant leakage of official secrets to the public. The Guardian’s inquiry revealed that official documents in the country are categorised into restricted, confidential and…

[Guardian] Abuja -There are concerns in the nation's security circles over the incessant leakage of official secrets to the public. The Guardian's inquiry revealed that official documents in the country are categorised into restricted, confidential and top secrets, in order to ensure information is controlled within the classified space.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Morocco in, SADR Out

[Africa In Fact] When Morocco’s King Mohammed VI delivered a royal letter to the African Union (AU) summit in Kigali last July, some saw it as a major turning point in one of Africa’s oldest diplomatic disputes. More than three decades ago Morocco left…

[Africa In Fact] When Morocco's King Mohammed VI delivered a royal letter to the African Union (AU) summit in Kigali last July, some saw it as a major turning point in one of Africa's oldest diplomatic disputes. More than three decades ago Morocco left the AU's predecessor, the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), in protest against the OAU recognising the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) in Western Sahara. Now Morocco wants back in.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Uganda Comes to the Rescue As East Africa Faces Maize Shortage

[East African] In the past three months, Uganda has exported more than 28,000 tonnes of maize worth $14 million to the region, as countries such as Burundi struggle with the highest maize prices recorded in recent times.

[East African] In the past three months, Uganda has exported more than 28,000 tonnes of maize worth $14 million to the region, as countries such as Burundi struggle with the highest maize prices recorded in recent times.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Peace in Mali – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

[ISS] A week later, on 26 January, Malian intelligence services arrested two individuals suspected of planning a terrorist attack in the capital, Bamako. According to preliminary findings of the investigation, the individuals are suspected to belong to…

[ISS] A week later, on 26 January, Malian intelligence services arrested two individuals suspected of planning a terrorist attack in the capital, Bamako. According to preliminary findings of the investigation, the individuals are suspected to belong to al-Mourabitoun, a group allied to al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.

source: AllAfrica News: Mali

Why Kenya Must Create a Million New Jobs Annually

[IPS] Nairobi -It is estimated that 3000 Kenyans are born every day, a million a year. With a median age of 18 years, Kenya is witnessing a massive youth bulge, which could either be a demographic dividend, or a disaster.

[IPS] Nairobi -It is estimated that 3000 Kenyans are born every day, a million a year. With a median age of 18 years, Kenya is witnessing a massive youth bulge, which could either be a demographic dividend, or a disaster.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya