Archive for Category: "East Africa"

Soudan: la CPI suspend ses enquêtes

Soudan: la CPI suspend ses enquêtes

La procureure de la Cour Pénale Internationale a décidé de suspendre son enquête sur les crimes de guerre présumés dans la région soudanaise du Darfour.

Museveni calls on African nations to quit the ICC

Museveni calls on African nations to quit the ICC

Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni on Friday called on African nations to drop out of the treaty establishing

Kenya/CPI: Uhuru Kenyatta blanchi?

Kenya/CPI: Uhuru Kenyatta blanchi?

La Cour pénale internationale (CPI) a annoncé vendredi 5 décembre l’abandon des charges contre le président du Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, accusé de crimes contre l’humanité.

Fighting flares up in South Sudan

Fighting flares up in South Sudan

Government troops and South Sudanese rebels have been fighting for more than a week in a remote

Grenade blast injures two in Kenya town

Grenade blast injures two in Kenya town

An unknown assailant threw a grenade into a cafe in a town in eastern Kenyan on Wednesday,

Kenya: Uhuru Kenyatta limoge un ministre

Kenya: Uhuru Kenyatta limoge un ministre

Le Président kenyan, Uhuru Kenyatta, a limogé mardi son ministre de l’Intérieur. Joseph Ole Lenku a été démis de ses fonctions

Kenya says kills militants after bus ambush

Kenya says kills militants after bus ambush

Kenyan security forces have pursued and killed more than 100 militants and destroyed their camp in Somalia

Mauritius Commercial Bank Group profit

Mauritius Commercial Bank Group profit

Mauritius Commercial Bank Group’s (MCB) pretax profit rose 6.7 percent to 1.668 billion Mauritius rupees

Kenya: opération anti-terroriste

Kenya: opération anti-terroriste

Une opération des forces de sécurité, visant deux mosquées radicales, a fait un mort. La police a arrêté des centaines

Tanzania’s economy grows in 2014

Tanzania’s economy grows in 2014

Tanzania, a nation of 45 million people, is aiming to become a middle-income economy.

Coffee sold in Kenyan rises in 2013/14

Coffee sold in Kenyan rises in 2013/14

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,

Ouganda: visite du leader nord-coréen

Ouganda: visite du leader nord-coréen

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 attacks Congo

Ugandan rebels attacks Congo

Ugandan rebels suspected of massacring at least 80 people in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo this month

China sign with Tanzania investment deals worth $1.7 billion

China sign with Tanzania investment deals worth $1.7 billion

Tanzania and China have signed investment deals worth more than $1.7 billion, including one to build a satellite city

Kenyan judge halts major east African rail project

Kenya’s High Court halted work on a major rail line between Mombasa and Nairobi on Thursday, threatening