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South Sudan Cabinet Imposes Limits on Access to President Kiir

South Sudan Cabinet Restricts President Kiir's Access JUBBA, South Sudan - The South Sudanese cabinet has placed restrictions on access to President Salva Kiir. His health woes have made public appearances tough the past couple of years. Due to ongoing health issues, safety protocols must be tightened around President Salva Kiir. His public presence has been scarce for nearly two years. Joseph Bakosoro, Minister of the Presidency, mentioned that this move is to refine protocols in the president's…

Ethiopian Government Unveils Landmark Sea Access Deal to Parliament

Historic Sea Access Deal Presented to Ethiopian Parliament Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Ethiopia’s Transport and Logistics Minister, Alemu Sime, has introduced an agreement to Parliament that secures Ethiopia access to a maritime route via North Western of Somalia. Inked on January 1, this pact is poised to transform Ethiopia's logistics landscape and foster fresh avenues of cooperation, reports Sime. Addressing Parliament, Sime highlighted the groundbreaking nature of the deal in fulfilling Ethiopia's…

Uncover Anquam Mahamoud, the aspiring legislative candidate prioritizing healthcare access

A vibrant battle for the DFL endorsement played out in south Minneapolis for an open state House seat, with Anquam Mahamoud securing the party's backing.This opportunity arose when DFL Representative Hodan Hassan opted not to run again after three terms.Anquam, 35, serves as the chief operating officer of Twin Cities Health Services, a facility that offers substance abuse treatment and mental health care in Minneapolis. While she is relatively new to the political arena, Anquam has gathered a substantial number of…

Turkey Ceases Trade Relations with Israel in Response to Gaza Aid Blockade

The Turkish Ministry of Trade has announced a suspension of exports and imports with Israel due to the worsening situation in Gaza, halting all trade transactions immediately. This decision will be strictly enforced until Israel guarantees an uninterrupted supply of humanitarian aid to Gaza. Israel's foreign minister criticized Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his actions, accusing him of behaving like a dictator and neglecting the interests of Turkish businesses and citizens. In response, Israel is exploring…

Why Somalia Should Consider Bitcoin as a Hedge: Building Economic Resilience

In the face of recent economic turmoil and uncertainties, Somalia has a compelling opportunity to explore the potential benefits of integrating Bitcoin into its national financial strategy. This innovative digital currency could not only serve as a safeguard during turbulent economic times but also act as a catalyst for strengthening Somalia's resilience against future shocks. Somalia, along with many other developing nations, faces a multitude of challenges that can significantly disrupt its economic stability. These…

a very feminist weekend access to the concept

In Côte d'Ivoire, the first edition of the Festival of Consent, FestiCo, closed on Saturday 12 March. On the occasion of International Women's Day, the event was held at the University of Cocody and aimed to increase students' awareness of the concept of…

Ben Wilson Ngassan: “Digital facilitates” access to “the

In the Central African Republic, the Oubangui editions are organizing a literary fair in the capital on March 7-14 with young Central Africans. The challenge is to get young people interested in reading, but also in writing. Ben Wilson Ngassan is the author and promoter of this show. He is a guest of Rolf Steve Domia Leu Bohoula

Togo: mixed reactions following the announcement of free access

The Togolese state will cover tuition fees for all students in public colleges and high schools for the academic year 2021-22. A measure announced this weekend by the government that surprised parents of students ahead of the evening of the school year, which was planned for September. A decision is welcomed in different ways. .

a bill to reserve access to

National Deputy Nsingi Pululu presented a text on Thursday on the National Assembly office aimed at reserving exclusively for Congolese-born Congolese father and mother access to the state's highest office. This initiative is shared by the Congolese. as reported from Kinshasa, Kamanda wa KamandaThis process was initiated by a…

humanitarian concerns about access to

There are absolutely huge needs. In a small country with five million people, there are 2.7 million people in need. It is really important to pay more attention to the situation in this particular country. Including also due to violations of international humanitarian law. It is still one of the most dangerous countries for aid workers and humanitarian work. The only thing we can do is continue to discuss, continue to have contact with the various groups while we hope and expect that they will…

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