Abiy recently visited four African countries and Turkey as UN's António Guterres warns of a “humanitarian catastrophe” in Tigray.
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83,000 recruits cannot graduate due to a shortage of weapons blamed on a UN arms embargo.
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Islamic State-linked militants killed 19 people on Aug. 27 as military and civilian authorities traded blame games.
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Authorities arrested a civil society activist and an ex-governor a week after the group's formation.
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The socio-political crisis that has gripped Algeria since February 2019, has revived illegal immigration to Europe.
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Fresh divisions within first vice-president Riek Machar's party complicates the country's security situation.
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Three attacks on military posts are the first since Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau was reported dead in May.
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A Sudanese refugee from Tennessee has left the comfort of his American home to help in the humanitarian assistance in Darfur.
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The immensely popular and controversial singer was killed by unknown people on June 25, 1998.
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ExxonMobil Egypt signed a Farm-Out Agreement (FOA) with BG International Limited, a Shell plc subsidiary, to acquire 100 percent ownership in the ExxonMobil-operated north-eastern El-Amriya Offshore Area in the Mediterranean Sea, also known as Block 3. According to the agreement, BG will become the operator, pending to regulatory permissions from the Egyptian government.
Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El-Molla said the agreement is a significant development that illustrates Egypt's oil and gas sector's vitality and competitiveness.
Commenting on the conclusion of this agreement, H.E. Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources...
Tusaiwe Munkhondiya, a 23-year-old woman, runs three schools, an orphanage and fosters over 30 children.
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