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Somaliland, Djibouti FMs discuss bilateral ties, regional issues

By:Staff writer Somaliland Foreign Minister Isse keyd  met his Djibouti counterpart Mohamoud Ali Yusuf in Djibouti on Tuesday to discuss the bilateral ties and regional issues. "Meeting this morning with my Somaliland counterpart, Minister Dr. Isse Kayd accompanied by the Minister of Defense: in-depth talks on...

Tribunal Sets The Cost Of Djibouti’S Refusal To Return Doraleh Terminal To Dp World At $54 Million A Year

Press-Release DP World wins over USD 200 million in damages from London tribunal over exclusion from Doraleh terminal, Djibouti DP World also defeats China Merchants’ effort to block its multi-billion dollar suit in Hong Kong from going ahead Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 24 January, 2022: An arbitral...

Road to Recovery: Migrants in Djibouti Get Crucial Mental Health Support

An IOM mobile unit assists migrants in the Obock desert. Photo: IOM/Alexander Bee
By:IOM Obock, 7 Oct 2021 – After risking his life to return home from Yemen, Kofi* arrived on the shores of Djibouti looking deeply confused and agitated. Unable to speak coherently, he appeared to be unaware of his surroundings and simply walked around in a daze. At just...

Djibouti based investors eye to establish state-of-the-art Abattoir in Ethiopia

Djibouti based investors eye to establish state-of-the-art Abattoir in Ethiopia
Djibouti based investors have made a three days investment visits to Ethiopia in a bid to best exploit and add value to the untapped massive livestock resource of the East African nation, says the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA). The investors held several discussions with...

Djibouti president, returns home after hospitalisation rumours

Djibouti president, returns home after hospitalisation rumours
By:Afp Djibouti President Ismael Omar Guelleh has returned home to the Horn of Africa country, his office said Sunday, after rumours that the 73-year-old had been hospitalised in Paris. Re-elected for a fifth term in April, Guelleh has ruled Djibouti since 1999 and has used his...

Djibouti Strongly Denies Allegations by villa Somalia

Djibouti Minister Of Economy and Finance in Charge of Industry Ilyas M. Dawaleh
By: MoDuale The government of the Republic of Djibouti denied Villa Somalia's accusation of the detaining of former spy boss Fahad Yasin. The Djibouti Secretary-General of The ruling party RPP and Minister of Economy Ilyas M. Dawaleh talk to Horndiplomat has confirmed his country there's no...

Egypt to Build Djibouti’s First Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital

Egypt to Build Djibouti’s First Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital
By:CAIRO SCENE Egypt is establishing the first major specialised hospital for maternity treatment in Djibouti, where women and their children will be cared for during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. The Ministry of Health and Population has announced that the hospital is a gift from...

Djibouti Telecom works with Ciena to upgrade submarine cable

Djibouti Telecom works with Ciena to upgrade submarine cable
By: Developing Telecoms Ciena, a networking systems, services and software company, says it is working with Djibouti Telecom to increase digitisation in the East Africa region by deploying Ciena’s GeoMesh Extreme solution to upgrade one of Djibouti Telecom’s submarine cable systems. As part of a consortium...

Abourma Rock Art Site: Hidden gem in Djibouti

Ibrahim Dabale, 50, an art guardian and native of Djibouti, shows ancient depictions at the remote Abourma Rock Art site in the Makarassou Massif of Tadjoura Region, nothern Djibouti, April 13, 2021. (AFP Photo)
BY FRENCH PRESS AGENCY - AFP The black cliffs of Djibouti in the Horn of Africa may seem featureless at the first sight from afar. However, the rocks reveal 7,000-year-old engravings depicting various figures, from giraffes to antelopes, that offer insight into the past of the...

Djibouti to Sell Minority Stake in State-Run Telecoms Company

Djibouti to Sell Minority Stake in State-Run Telecoms Company
By: Bloomberg Djibouti will offer a “significant minority” stake in state-owned Djibouti Telecom SA to a strategic partner, part of a plan to open up the sector and modernize its economy, the government said in a statement. The country of around 1 million people, located on...