Imagine you live next door to a family. They are poor as poor can be: under-eating, wearing rags, no heat, no cool, little water, etc. They just barely survive. 373 more words
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By the Africa Center for Strategic Studies
The distinction between legitimate and illicit business in Africa is fluid due to the significant size of informal trade on the continent. 756 more words
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Sudan is set to sign a preliminary agreement with Russia that could make the East Africa nation a nuclear atomic energy state by the end of this year, the Minister of Electricity revealed yesterday. 191 more words
Homing pigeon used to smuggle drugs into Kuwait. (Photo courtesy: Al-Rai)
Kuwaiti customs seized 178 pills wrapped around a homing pigeon.
The department’s employees tracked a homing pigeon that was coming from Iraq and finally caught it above a building near the customs’ department, Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai reported.46 more words
Photo: Citizen TV Flags of EAC member states (file photo).
Dar es Salaam — The East African Community Heads of State yesterday told the European Union to remove economic and trade sanctions on Burundi if it expects the member states to sign the Economic Partnerships Agreement (EPA). 824 more words
By Robert Fisk
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