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    Italian firms see Turkey as alternative to Chinese supply chains, says head of Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Bilateral trade between Turkey and Italy will exceed $20 billion this year

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    Journalist Abdiaziz Guled, aka Afrika, who was killed in a targeted suicide bombing in Mogadishu. The European Parliament now describes Somalia’s media environment as restrictive and conducive

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As Europe virus cases surge, UK plows on with its new normal

File – Members of the public watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London, Aug. 23, 2021, which is taking place for the first time since the start of the

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Tension as Kenyan fighter jets fly over Jubaland

Kenya Air Force fighter jets patrolling the border with Somalia on Saturday flew over the airspace in Jubaland after clashes between rival forces spilled into Mandera Town. The jets overflew Bula

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Saudi ship, blocked from loading arms cargo in France, arrives at Spanish port

Saudi Arabian cargo ship Bahri-Yanbu enters the port of Santander, Spain, after a human rights group sought to block the loading of a weapons cargo in Le Havre on humanitarian grounds, arguing

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South Africa President Heads to Uganda to Pay Son’s Dowry

South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected in Uganda this weekend to pay 100 herds of cattle among other gifts, in a hyped dowry ceremony of his son Andile. The lucky lady bride here is

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