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Ethiopian Airlines Group Management Staff graduate in MBA from UK’s Open University

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Ethiopian Aviation Academy, the largest Aviation Academy in Africa , in collaboration with Open University of UK has graduated fifteen management staff in Master of Business Administration /MBA/ on Saturday, June 12, 2021. The graduates are higher management staff...

Saudi Arabia to allow 60,000 vaccinated residents to perform Hajj

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Saudi Arabia announced Saturday it will allow 60,000 vaccinated residents of the kingdom to perform the annual hajj, state media reported. The hajj ministry said this year’s pilgrimage would be “open for nationals and residents of the kingdom, limited to...

US Govt. Imposes visa ban on individuals escalating conflicts in Cameroon

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The United States has announced visa restrictions on individuals accused of fueling violence in western Cameroon, which has seen vicious fighting for four years between army troops and separatist English-speaking rebels. Members of the anglophone minority in the country’s westernmost...

Assimi Goita to be sworn in as Mali’s interim president

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Mali’s Colonel Assimi Goita, following his second coup in nine months, would be sworn into office Monday as transitional president despite international condemnation of the power grab. And while Goita is not known for being a great talker, the 37-year-old...

AU deploys observers for general elections in Ethiopia

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The African Union (AU) on saturday said it had deployed its long-term observers for Ethiopia’s general elections scheduled to take place on June 21. Following an invitation from Ethiopia, the Chairperson of the AU Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, has approved...

Dozens charged to court after arrest in Uganda LGBT shelter

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No fewer than 42 people have been charged after they were arrested in a raid on an LGBTI+ youth shelter in Kampala, Uganda. The Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum said officers raided the Happy Family Youth shelter on Monday...

Volcano: Over 500,000 people are in urgent need of safe drinking water in DR...

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The medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) on Wednesday said more than half a million people in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo have lost their supply of drinking water as a result of the recent volcanic...

Over 90% of persons in Ethiopia’s Tigray region need emergency food aid – UN

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More than 90 percent of people in Ethiopia’s war-torn Tigray region need emergency food aid, the United Nations said Tuesday, as it appealed for $203 million to scale up its response. The UN World Food Programme voiced alarm that conflict...

Gunmen attack Ugandan Minister, kill daughter, bodyguard

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Uganda’s Transport Minister, who used to lead the Armed Forces, was shot Tuesday in an attack which left his daughter and bodyguard dead, a government spokesman said. The minister, General Edward Katumba Wamala, who was chief of the defense forces...

New Israeli coalition underway as Anti-Netanyahu party heads meet

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Rivlin's legal adviser rejects challenge to Bennett becoming prime minister The heads of Yesh Atid, Yamina, and New Hope are meeting at Ramat Gan's Kfar Hamaccabiah Hotel on Tuesday, in an effort to work out their remaining differences ahead of...

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Customs retire 304 top officers

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The Nigeria Customs Service on Monday confirmed its plans to retire 304 top officers, including two deputy comptroller generals, three assistant comptroller generals. Other affected...

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