Archive for Category: "East Africa"
The value of coffee sold at Kenya’s auction climbed 37 percent to $174.1 million in the year to September, helped by higher global prices and better quality crops,
Le chef de l’Etat nord-coréen, Kim Yong-Nam, est ce mercredi en Ouganda pour une visite de quatre jours. Selon la présidence ougandaise, il vient
Ugandan rebels suspected of massacring at least 80 people in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo this month
Tanzania and China have signed investment deals worth more than $1.7 billion, including one to build a satellite city
Kenya’s High Court halted work on a major rail line between Mombasa and Nairobi on Thursday, threatening
Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir has been chosen as the ruling party’s candidate in presidential elections
Suspected Islamist rebels detonated a car bomb in front of a popular cafe in the centre of the Somali capital
Military strikes that drove al Shabaab rebels from a strategic Somali port this week and killed their leader last month
A defence attorney for President Uhuru Kenyatta called on judges at the International Criminal Court to throw out allegations of crimes against humanity,
Le président kenyan Uhuru Kenyatta sera ce mercredi le premier chef d’Etat à comparaître en cours de mandat devant la Cour pénale internationale,
Une personne est morte de la fièvre hémorragique Marburg, un virus similaire à celui d’Ebola. Et 80 autres personnes ont été placées en quarantaine, selon les autorités sanitaires ougandaises.
African Union and Somali troops took control on Sunday of the al Shabaab militant stronghold of Barawe on the southern Somali coast,
Le chef de l’Etat kényan, Uhuru Kenyatta, accusé de crimes contre l’humanité par la CPI après les violences électorales
Six people were killed in central Somalia in a gunfight over a supposed ransom payment tied to the release
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has replaced his prime minister, the government said in a statement on Friday,