Al-Shabab Militants Attack Mogadishu Hotel

Al-Shabab militants attacked an upscale Mogadishu hotel on Tuesday, causing an unknown number of casualties.

Somali police and security forces have cordoned off the Hotel SYL as they attempt to flush out the attackers.

Abdirahman …

African Countries Set Meetings to Resolve Nile Dam Dispute

Officials from Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan say they have agreed to hold two technical meetings in coming weeks in an effort to resolve a number of issues revolving around a $5 billion dam project on …

International Journalist Group: Fewer Media Staff Killed This Year

BRUSSELS – Deaths among journalists killed in the line of duty are lower this year, but a journalism advocacy group said Monday that one reason appears to be that media workers are refraining from going …

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias to attend a meeting of the EU Foreign Affairs Council (FAC) (Brussels, 09 December 2019)

On Monday, 9 December, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias will travel to Brussels to participate in the meeting of the EU Foreign Affairs Council.

The agenda is expected to focus on recent developments …

Response of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson, Alexandros Yennimatas, to yesterday’s statement of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson

One chooses insult when they cannot accept their History. When they have no arguments and would instead provoke and threaten. When they stubbornly refuse to respect the rules that apply for everyone and arbitrarily demand …

African Artists Reclaim Homeland With Touring Exhibition

Berlin, Paris and London are common destinations for African artists seeking to establish their careers and build name recognition. But as they focus their attention on the West, they risk being forgotten at home. Such …

South Africa Destroys Seized Illicitly Imported Clothes at Peak Shopping Season

JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s tax authority recently destroyed more than half-a-million dollars worth of illicitly imported goods � including more than 13,000 bales of clothing � just as many South Africans are staring down a …