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  • Neglected envoy homes cost Kenya Sh1.9bn in rent

    Kenya Foreign Affairs Secretary Monica Juma. Taxpayers spent Sh1.9 billion in rent for Kenyan diplomats over the nine months to September in top cities like London, Washington and New York who

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  • Museveni, Kagame agree to end ‘fight’

    Left to right: Presidents Félix Tshisekedi (DR Congo), Mr Museveni, João Lourenço (Angola) and Paul Kagame of Rwanda at a meeting in Luanda -Angola. Kampala- Angolan President João Lourenço on

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  • Turkish leader blasts US senator over Cyprus proposal

    Turkey not preparing for war with S-400 purchase, trying to guarantee its peace and national security, says Turkish leader Turkey’s president on Sunday criticized a prominent U.S. senator

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  • South Africa’s Zuma to face corruption inquiry

    FILE PHOTO: Former President Jacob Zuma speaks to supporters after his appearance in the High Court where he faces charges that include fraud, corruption and racketeering, in Pietermaritzburg,

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  • Djokovic edges Federer in 5 sets for 5th Wimbledon trophy

    Serbia’s Novak Djokovic lifts his trophy after defeating Switzerland’s Roger Federer during the men’s singles final match of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London,

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Neglected envoy homes cost Kenya Sh1.9bn in rent

Kenya Foreign Affairs Secretary Monica Juma. Taxpayers spent Sh1.9 billion in rent for Kenyan diplomats over the nine months to September in top cities like London, Washington and New York who

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Somali foreign minister arrives in Khartoum

Khartoum -A delegation led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Federal Government of Somalia Mr. Ahmed Isa Awad has arrived in Sudan’s capital Khartoum

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Environmental crimes boost terrorists in Africa

ENVIRONMENTAL crimes such as wildlife trafficking and illegal logging have overtaken the drug trade as the major income source for militias and terrorists in the DRC, Kenya, Mali, Somalia and

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Turkey: Nearly 120,000 houses sold in May

ANKARA-Nearly 120,000 houses were sold in Turkey in May, marking a 2.7 percent increase over the same period last year, the country’s statistics agency announced Wednesday.Some 55,500

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