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Global nuke arsenals expected to grow for 1st time since Cold War: Study

By Anadolu Agency Global nuclear arsenals are expected to grow over the next decade for first time since the Cold War, according to an international study released on Monday. The world’s nine nuclear-armed states the US, Russia, Britain, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea continue to modernize and expand their nuclear arsenals at

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Prof Abdiwahab Sheikh Abdisamad says prime minister Roble should be held accountable for his abduction in Nairobi

Prof Abdiwahab Sheikh Abdisamad, executive director of the Institute for Strategic Studies in the Horn of Africa, called on Somalia’s President Hassan Sheikh to open an investigation into his abduction last year. Abdiwahab Sheikh Abdisamad said he had raised concerns in an interview with Fahad Yasin about his abduction, in which Fahad said Prime Minister

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Somalia’s corrupt Parliament Speaker discuss sensitive issues with Bahrain’s Ambassador which can effect the sovereignty as a nation

A Photograph appear on the Internet Somalia’s corrupt Parliament Speaker Adan Madobe meets Bahrain’s Ambassador to Somalia Dr. Juma bin Ahmed Al Kaabi at the parliament headquarters in Mogadishu without the knowledge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which is the agency responsible for dealing with foreign diplomats. According to Somali officials told Somali Times,

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Somali-Kenya backs Deputy President William Ruto 2022 election

Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto: Credit to Photo Mwakilishi ”Somali-Kenya have no time for trial and error for leader Raila Amolo Odinga who have no development track-record in our country. The August 9th General Election will be a decisive contest about the people, their issues and aspirations,” said William Ruto. Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto

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France holds parliamentary election in vital test for Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron greets the media as he awaits European Council President Charles Michel for lunch at the Elysee Palace, Monday May16, 2022. French voters were choosing lawmakers in a parliamentary election Sunday, June 12, 2022 as President Emmanuel Macron seeks to secure his majority while under growing threat from a leftist coalition. (AP

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Somalia’s Speaker Upper House says many Ambassadors coming into his office without an appointment

Somalia’s Speaker Upper House Sir Abdi Hashi Somalia’s Speaker Upper House Sir Abdi Hashi is fed up with the large number of Ambassadors to Somalia entering his office without an appointment. ”I urge the ambassadors to uphold the sovereignty and constitution of Somalia in accordance with international law,” said the Speaker. UAE Ambassador to Somalia

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Prince Charles calls UK’s Rwanda migrants policy ‘appalling,’ reports say

Britain’s Prince Charles. Hugh Hastings/Pool via Reuters By Reuters Prince Charles has privately described the British government’s plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda as “appalling”, two media reports said, as the first flight taking refugees to the East African country is due to leave next week. Charles, heir to the British throne, has been

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Top 8 most expensive African countries to rent property

By The African Exponent Accommodation is one of humanity’s most basic requirements. However, it does not come cheap. This notion is particularly problematic in Africa, where millions of people are forced to live in shanties and slums due to a lack of adequate housing. In this article, we’ll look at the eight most expensive African

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UK’s first flight taking migrants to Rwanda can go ahead, court rules

Demonstrators protest outside the Royal Courts of Justice whilst a legal case is heard over halting a planned deportation of asylum seekers from Britain to Rwanda, London, Britain, June 10, 2022. Reuters /Toby Melville By Reuters Britain’s government overcame a legal challenge to its controversial policy to begin deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda as the

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Kenya’s drug miraa exports, flights to Somalia to resume

Kenya will resume exports of miraa (khat) to Somalia in two weeks following a thawing of relations that saw President Uhuru Kenyatta make his first trip to Mogadishu Thursday since the renewing of diplomatic ties between the two countries last June. According Business Daily Africa reported. Kenya’s Agriculture Secretary Peter Munya said Mr Kenyatta brokered

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