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Sorry, but when I decide who to vote for on Election Day, it will be the person I think can best represent the country, not the candidate that will most impress my boyfriend.

Taiwan’s participation can strengthen international cooperation to fight transnational telecommunication fraud in the postpandemic

Taiwan’s participation can strengthen international cooperation to fight transnational telecommunication fraud in the postpandemic
By: Li, Hsi-ho is Commissioner of Criminal Investigation Bureau of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Fraud is disrupting people’s livelihoods in the postpandemic era The internet is very much part of daily life in...

India halts production at factory linked to Gambia deaths

India halts production at factory linked to Gambia deaths
BY: AFP Indian authorities on Wednesday halted production at a pharmaceutical factory under investigation over the deaths of 66 children in The Gambia, according to local media. The World Health Organisation last week...

IGAD Condemns Criminal Attack on the Djibouti Army

IGAD STATEMENT
Press-Release by Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) The Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), Dr. Workneh Gebeyehu, condemns in the strongest terms possible the criminal and cowardly attack on the Tadjourah Regiment of the...

Kenya’s President William Ruto lands in Ethiopia on his first official visit to the region

By : Zakeriye ahmed Horndiplomat Correspondent Kenya's new President, William Ruto, arrives in Addis Ababa today for his first official visit to the region. Abiy Ahmed Ali, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia and other senior officials received...

Ugandan President Museveni Apologizes After Son Threatens to Invade Kenya

By : Zakeriye ahmed Horndiplomat Correspondent Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni apologised to Kenyans for his son General Muhoozi's tweets about invading Kenya's capital of Nairobi before he was promoted to General. "I ask our Kenyan...

Museveni’s son Muhoozi gets promoted after threatening Kenya with an invasion

FILE - Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba, son of Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni, attends a "thanksgiving" ceremony in Entebbe, Uganda, May 7, 2022.
By: Zakeriye Ahmed, Horndiplomat correspondent Yoweri Museveni, the President and Commander in Chief of Uganda, promoted his son Muhoozi Kainerugaba to General after sacking him as Uganda's army commander. Despite that, he was appointed Senior Presidential Advisor...

South Sudan Hopes Planned Port in Djibouti Will Increase Market Access, Profits

By: VOA JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN — Officials in South Sudan confirmed this month they have bought land on the coast of Djibouti to build a port. South Sudan says the port will be key for exporting the country’s...

Somalia to Open Embassy in Rabat, Consulate in Dakhla

Somalia to Open Embassy in Rabat, Consulate in Dakhla
By: Morocco World News Rabat - Somalia on Friday announced its plans to open an embassy in Rabat and a consulate in Dakhla, reiterating its interest in boosting multi-sectoral cooperation with Morocco. "Somalia...

The UK response to Somalia’s looming famine is painfully slow

A baby is treated for severe acute malnutrition at a special hospital in Mogadishu CREDIT: Ed Ram/Getty Images
By: Telegraph This week, after two years of devastating drought and soaring food prices, the UN warned that without action, famine will hit Somalia within the next few weeks. With half a million children...

Canada’s top long-distance runner Mohammed Ahmed given key to City of St. Catharines

Mayor Walter Sendzik presented Olympic silver medalist Mohammed Ahmed, with a Key to the City of St. Catharines yesterday. (Photo: St. Catharines)
By:INSAUGA Canada’s most successful long-distance runner, Mohammed “Moh” Ahmed, was presented the Key to the City by St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik yesterday (September 13). Those who remember last year’s Tokyo Summer Olympics might...