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Al-Sisi, Somali President discuss GERD dispute, Red Sea security . President affirms Egypt’s support to Somalia to overcome current challenges

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Al-Sisi, Somali President discuss GERD dispute, Red Sea security . President affirms Egypt’s support to Somalia to overcome current challenges

Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi received his Somali counterpart, Hassan Sheikh Mahmoud, in Cairo on Monday. During their meeting, both leaders affirmed their mutual interest in advancing bilateral cooperation and working together to consolidate security and stability in the Horn of Africa. Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi received his Somali counterpart, Hassan Sheikh Mahmoud, in […]

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Pope to beg forgiveness for ‘evil’ done to indigenous Canadians

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Pope to beg forgiveness for ‘evil’ done to indigenous Canadians

Thousands of Indigenous persons are expected to converge on Monday on the small Alberta prairie community of Maskwacis to hear a long-awaited apology from Pope Francis for generations of abuse and cultural suppression at Catholic residential schools across Canada. Pope Francis kisses the hand of residential school survivor Elder Alma Desjarlais of the Frog Lake […]

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Turkish generosity helping to reduce impact of drought in Somalia .Country facing its worst drought in 40 years

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Turkish generosity helping to reduce impact of drought in Somalia .Country facing its worst drought in 40 years

The Turkish Red Crescent (Kizilay) is helping ease the impact of a severe drought in parts of Somalia by distributing food aid and hot meals. “We provide 3,195 hot meals daily from our soup kitchen in Mogadishu which are distributed to 20 different locations in the city,” Rusen Cetinkaya, head of the Turkish Red Crescent […]

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Macron embarks on African visit to ‘renew relationship’ with continent

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Macron embarks on African visit to ‘renew relationship’ with continent

President Emmanuel Macron on Monday begins a three-nation tour of western African states in the first trip to Africa of his new term as he seeks to reboot France’s post-colonial relationship with the continent. French President Emmanuel Macron awaiting the arrival of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, July […]

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UNITED STATES PROVIDES $476 MILLION IN URGENT FOOD, HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE TO THE PEOPLE OF SOMALIA AMID WORST DROUGHT ON RECORD AND LOOMING FAMINE

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UNITED STATES PROVIDES $476 MILLION IN URGENT FOOD, HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE TO THE PEOPLE OF SOMALIA AMID WORST DROUGHT ON RECORD AND LOOMING FAMINE

For Immediate Release Sunday, July 24, 2022 The United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is providing an additional $476 million in critical humanitarian and development assistance to the people of Somalia as a historically unprecedented drought pushes more than 7 million people to the edge of starvation. With this announcement, the […]

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Why is Russia so vulnerable to HIMARS in Ukraine?

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Why is Russia so vulnerable to HIMARS in Ukraine?

It’s been nearly a month since U.S.-provided High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, or HIMARS, had their long-awaited debut in Ukraine, but their combat record is already extensive. Using all the heavy and long-range weaponry available to it, including HIMARS, Ukraine began a campaign that has destroyed dozens of significant fuel and munition depots in occupied parts […]

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‘Efforts continue for 1st ship carrying grain from Ukraine’

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‘Efforts continue for 1st ship carrying grain from Ukraine’

Turkey’s Defense Ministry said coordination efforts continue for the first vessel loaded with grain to depart from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports as part of a recently signed deal. Firefighters work to put out a fire in a sea port in Odessa, southern Ukraine in this handout photo released by Odessa City Hall Press Office on […]

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Ukraine Troops Face Brutal Fight to Regain South

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Ukraine Troops Face Brutal Fight to Regain South

In a devastated village near Ukraine’s southern front line, the thud of incoming Russian artillery is a constant reminder of the hard battle ahead for Kyiv’s troops in a planned major counter-offensive. Signs of destruction are all around in the village, which was only liberated from Russian occupation after intense fighting. A Ukrainian serviceman Petro, […]

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Russian Aerospace Forces eliminate over 50 Ukraine troops in strike on depots – top brass Russian air defense forces intercept ten Uragan and HIMARS rockets

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Russian Aerospace Forces eliminate over 50 Ukraine troops in strike on depots – top brass Russian air defense forces intercept ten Uragan and HIMARS rockets

MOSCOW, July 24. /TASS/. The Russian Aerospace Forces struck weapons and ammunition depots of Ukraine’s 28th brigade and the 123rd territorial defense brigade in Nikolayev, eliminating more than 50 people, Russian Defense Ministry Spokesman Igor Konashenkov reported on Sunday. “In the city of Nikolayev, high-precision weapons of the Russian Aerospace Forces carried out strikes on […]

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Somalia wants in but EAC should rethink expansion

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Somalia wants in but EAC should rethink expansion

Mogadishu has rekindled its decades-old desire to join the East African Community and Arusha has not completely slammed the door on Somalia’s face. President Samia Suluhu Hassan of Tanzania (left) speaking in Arusha on Fridat at the commissioning of the Arusha Bypass. The event was on the sidelines of the EAC Summit. In attendance was President […]

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