Daily Archives: May 3, 2019

Sudan Dispatch-Bullets, Tear Gas and Love: Romance Blooms in the Midst of Sudan Protests

The minivan sped along the Nile, weaving through the evening traffic. The bride sat up front in a pink dress, a sparkling purse on her lap and her feet swaddled in bandages.

The bride, Samar Alnour, was shot twice last …

Sudan Dispatch-Bullets, Tear Gas and Love: Romance Blooms in the Midst of Sudan Protests

The minivan sped along the Nile, weaving through the evening traffic. The bride sat up front in a pink dress, a sparkling purse on her lap and her feet swaddled in bandages.

The bride, Samar Alnour, was shot twice last …

Interests of Non-Regional Actors in Suez Canal/Red Sea/Gulf of Aden Region

A non-regional actor can be any country that is not a littoral state along the Red Sea and Gulf of Aqaba, not one of the Gulf States, and not a country in the Horn of Africa; these are all regional

Pentagon Warns of Chinese Military Spying

PENTAGON China’s two decades of military modernization has paid off big in missile development and domains like cyber and space, but the Pentagon says China is still relying on spying on others to steal the latest military technology.

“China uses

South Africa urges removal of obstacles to tourism growth in Africa

DURBAN, Africa should remove hurdles that impede tourism growth and learn from one another’s best practices, South African Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom said.

Africa need to improve the sector through collaboration, Hanekom told the official opening of Africa Travel Indaba …

Dozens killed in ethnic clashes in Ethiopia: regional official

Dozens of civilians have been shot dead in ethnic clashes in Ethiopia’s northern Amhara state, a regional official said Friday, describing the attacks as retaliation for earlier violence.

“Search-and-rescue missions are still ongoing to find victims and survivors from Monday’s …