"Horn-of-Africa" - Google News

Strong Demand From Farmers For Crop-Boosting Potash Triggers A Mining Rush - Forbes

Strong Demand From Farmers For Crop-Boosting Potash Triggers A Mining Rush  Forbes

Strong demand from farmers trying to boost crop yields has triggered a rush to develop new potash mines.

In Africa, traditional healers stand in the way of combating Ebola - The Independent

In Africa, traditional healers stand in the way of combating Ebola  The Independent

Samuel Muriisa thinks he is ready for Ebola, but he is not. Muriisa, 74, is the most widely respected omushaho wekishaka, or traditional healer, in the Lake ...

Turkish Airlines' flight network world's #1: CEO - Anadolu Agency

Turkish Airlines' flight network world's #1: CEO  Anadolu Agency

RIZE, Turkey. Turkey's national flag carrier flies to more countries than any other airline in the world, Turkish Airlines' CEO said on Wednesday. Speaking at the ...

Documented: How the West educates its youth to fall prey to predators - World Tribune

Documented: How the West educates its youth to fall prey to predators  World Tribune

Special to WorldTribune.com. By Alexander Maistrovoy. Modern western youth have embraced a deadly belief system. They refuse to believe that there is evil, ...

The U.S. is ramping up its secret air war in Somalia - VICE

The U.S. is ramping up its secret air war in Somalia  VICE

The U.S. military has dramatically escalated its air war in Somalia in recent months as it attempts to crush the Al Qaeda-linked terror group Al Shabaab, a conflict ...

Hello World! Adorable Giraffe Calf Born in the Debrecen Zoo - Hungary Today

Hello World! Adorable Giraffe Calf Born in the Debrecen Zoo  Hungary Today

According to the Debrecen Zoo's Facebook post, a new “little giant is on board.” One of the zoo's giraffes recently gave birth to an adorable, healthy male calf.

Somali government troops vacate some bases in row over salaries - Reuters

Somali government troops vacate some bases in row over salaries  Reuters

Somali soldiers have vacated at least three of their bases in protest over months of missed pay, a military officer and residents said on Wednesday, in what could ...

Prospects for revolution in Africa's 54 countries - Waging Nonviolence - Waging Nonviolence

Prospects for revolution in Africa's 54 countries - Waging Nonviolence  Waging Nonviolence

An overview of the current political situation in 54 African countries shows that many movements are making gains in the struggle against authoritarianism.

Bridging the Gap in the Nile Waters Dispute - MENAFN.COM

Bridging the Gap in the Nile Waters Dispute  MENAFN.COM

(MENAFN - SomTribune) Ethiopia is building a mighty dam on the Blue Nile, promising economic benefits for both itself and Sudan. But Egypt fears for its ...

Analysis | Big Energy Has a Whole Other Climate Change to Worry About - Washington Post

Analysis | Big Energy Has a Whole Other Climate Change to Worry About  Washington Post

The retreat of free trade threatens its business model too.

Asian consumers, criminal gangs drive rhino poaching in Africa - RFI English

Asian consumers, criminal gangs drive rhino poaching in Africa  RFI English

Highly sophisticated criminal gangs in Asia are making it more difficult for African authorities to combat rhino horn trafficking, with high demand in Vietnam and ...

TripAdvisor Is 'Covering Up Sexual Assault,' Rape Survivor Claims in New Petition - Newsweek

TripAdvisor Is 'Covering Up Sexual Assault,' Rape Survivor Claims in New Petition  Newsweek

A petition launched by a tourist who said she was raped while on a guided tour listed on the TripAdvisor website has gathered steam, with tens of thousands of ...

Air strike kills four people in Somalia: relatives - Reuters Africa

Air strike kills four people in Somalia: relatives  Reuters Africa

An air strike near the Somali town of Afgoye killed four people, a relative of one of the victims said on Tuesday.

Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities (SFERA) Annual Report (Jan - Dec 2018) - World - ReliefWeb

Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities (SFERA) Annual Report (Jan - Dec 2018) - World  ReliefWeb

English Other on World and 28 other countries about Agriculture, Contributions, IDPs, Refugees, Drought, Earthquake and more; published on 20 Mar 2019 by ...

Cohen: When disaster strikes a world away but hits close to home - Ottawa Citizen

Cohen: When disaster strikes a world away but hits close to home  Ottawa Citizen

Before the religious massacre in New Zealand – a millennium ago in the revolutions of the news cycle – there was the airplane crash in Ethiopia. Before the evil ...

US airstrikes in Somalia killed civilians, despite military's denials: Report - ABC News

US airstrikes in Somalia killed civilians, despite military's denials: Report  ABC News

A report finds that a small number of U.S. airstrikes in Somalia have killed 14 civilians and injured eight, despite assurances from the Pentagon that they haven't.

Counter-Terrorism and Humanitarian Action: The Perils of Zero Tolerance - War on the Rocks

Counter-Terrorism and Humanitarian Action: The Perils of Zero Tolerance  War on the Rocks

From the beginning of my career in international relief and development, when I witnessed aid being withheld from millions of Cambodian survivors of the.

‘Operation Linda Nchi’ should check illicit financial flows too - Daily Nation

‘Operation Linda Nchi’ should check illicit financial flows too  Daily Nation

In the aftermath of Dusit, Kenyans were mortified by the seeming ease with which the extremists and their enablers could identify and exploit oversight gaps in ...

Qatar's Ambassador to Ethiopia: Abiy Ahmed's Visit to Doha Enhances Stability in the Horn of Africa - africanews

Qatar's Ambassador to Ethiopia: Abiy Ahmed's Visit to Doha Enhances Stability in the Horn of Africa  africanews

HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Hamad bin Mohammed Al Dosari, underlined that the official visit of.

Prosecutors: Drunk driving sailor hit, killed a man in Africa - NavyTimes.com

Prosecutors: Drunk driving sailor hit, killed a man in Africa  NavyTimes.com

A Navy petty officer faces a manslaughter charge after prosecutors say he drunkenly drove a government vehicle off base in East Africa and fatally struck a man.