Sunday, April 30, 2017
Wardheer News

Ethiopia drought creates food crisis for 7.7 million

The number of people in need of food aid in Ethiopia’s drought-hit regions has surged to 7.7 million, over two million more than an estimate earlier this year, state media reported Friday. The National Disaster Risk Management Commission said in … Continued

Black Immigrants Fight Mass Deportation of Haitians, Somalis

Haitians refugees wait to cross the U.S.-Mexican border | Photo: Reuters Approximately 50,000 Haitians and 4,000 Somalis are now at risk of being deported. The Black Alliance for Just Immigration, BAJI, is calling on lawmakers to halt the mass deportation of … Continued

Kenya: Election Violence Dampening Prospects of Economic Growth

By Peter Warutere The violence that has hit the primaries of Jubilee and Nasa is sending disturbing signals that are likely to dampen economic prospects. The political climate has diverted capital and labour, from productive engagement to political campaigns. Perception … Continued

Kingdom, Djibouti sign military cooperation deal

Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense, shakes hands with Ali Hasan Bahdon, minister defense of Djibouti, after a signing ceremony in Riyadh on Wednesday. – SPA RIYADH – Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin … Continued

The Horn of Africa’s Growing Importance to the U.A.E.

By Eleonora Ardemagni The Horn of Africa is currently playing a pivotal role in the U.A.E.’s security interests at a time of international uncertainty, regional conflicts, and demanding domestic transformations. The U.A.E. is expanding its foothold in the region, with … Continued

Jordan, Kenya Announce New Economic Partnership

BY MOHAMED AL-DAAMEH Amman- The joint Jordanian-Kenyan trade committee has stressed the importance of cooperation to enhance bilateral ties in different fields and to build efficient economic partnerships between the two countries. During the closing ceremony of its first session, … Continued