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Africa Last Updated: Jan 20, 2020 - 3:57:50 PM


Africa
Mali receives armoured vehicles from the UAE, EU
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is supplying 30 Typhoon armoured vehicles to Mali’s military to improve its ability to fight growing insecurity in the region, with the first batch delivered last week. The European Union also just delivered another batch of Bastion vehicles to Mali’s armed forces.

Jan 20, 2020 - 3:56:54 PM

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BREXIT African opportunities
As a taxpayer EU citizen living in the United Kingdom, I have to admit that this is the very first time that I look at the acronym BREXIT with kind eyes. Over this weekend, a number of senior African officials are making their way to London for the much anticipated UK-Africa Investment Summit taking place Monday (January 20th).

Jan 19, 2020 - 3:19:45 PM

Africa
Isabel dos Santos e o pai investigados pela justiça do Mónaco

José Eduardo dos Santos, Isabel dos Santos e Sindika Dokolo estarão a ser investigados pela justiça do Mónaco por suspeitos do crime de branqueamento de capitais.


Jan 19, 2020 - 3:15:49 PM

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Murder, Sex Scandals Rock DSS
Indiscipline has crept into Nigerian secret police otherwise known as Department of State Security, DSS, as top directors now demand sex from female subordinates, set suspects free for a fee, and sell classified information to politicians, pointblanknews.com investigations reveal

Jan 17, 2020 - 2:25:10 PM

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A Shia “Boko Haram” Insurgency or Iranian Proxy in Nigeria? Not So Fast
On July 29, the Kaduna High Court is expected to rule on whether Nigerian Shia leader, Ibrahim al-Zakzaky, will be allowed to leave Nigeria to receive medical treatment

Jan 17, 2020 - 2:14:48 PM

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