Source: U.S. Department of State |

24th Anniversary of the 1998 Embassy Bombings

The terrorist attacks against our Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania claimed 224 innocent victims and injured more than 4,500 others

Today we solemnly remember the lives — Americans, Kenyans, Tanzanians, and others — that were violently taken from us 24 years ago. The terrorist attacks against our Embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania claimed 224 innocent victims and injured more than 4,500 others. Among those we honor are the…

Source: Embassy of Morocco in South Africa |

Morocco Follows with Great Concern Serious Deterioration of Situation in Gaza Strip, Calls for Avoiding Further Escalation

While reiterating its constant position supporting the rights of the Palestinian people, the Kingdom of Morocco affirms that the lasting solution to the conflict between the two parties

The Kingdom of Morocco is following with great concern the serious deterioration of the situation in the Gaza Strip, due to the return of acts of violence and fighting, which have caused human casualties and material damage, says the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad. In a…

Source: Kingdom of Morocco - Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates |

His Majesty The King Congratulates Ivorian President on National Day

In this message, HM the King sends His best wishes for good health and happiness to Ouattara, and for the well-being and prosperity to the Ivorian people

His Majesty King Mohammed VI sent a congratulatory message to president of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire, Alassane Dramane Ouattara, on the occasion of his country's National Day. In this message, HM the King sends His best wishes for good health and happiness to Ouattara, and for the well-being and…

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Giraffes, Parrots, and Oak Trees, Among Many Species Facing Extinction

It’s estimated there are only around 600 West African giraffes left in the wild

Around one million species are facing extinction, according to a report from IPBES, an independent intergovernmental science and policy body supported by the UN. It may be surprising to learn that even giraffes, parrots, and oak trees are included in the list of threatened species, as well as cacti and seaweed.…

Source: The Presidency, Republic of Ghana |

President Akufo-Addo Commissions North East Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) Administration Block

The administration block of the North East Regional Co-ordinating Council is amongst six new administration structures being constructed for the six newly created Regions

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Saturday, 6th August 2022, commissioned the newly constructed administration block of the North East Regional Coordinating Council, in Nalerigu, as part of the working visit of the North East Region. The administration block of the North East Regional Co-ordinating Council…

Source: Parliament of the Republic of Uganda |

Uganda: Youth Call for Tax Waivers on Their Enterprises

The youth adopted passed a motion urging government to prioritize measures for economic transformation of young people through PDM

Youths from across the country have urged government to waive off taxes on youth enterprises that have been earmarked to benefit from the Parish Development Model (PDM). The youths made this call during a plenary meeting of the Fifth National Youth Parliament where they observed that the PDM  design as…

Source: Presidency of the Republic of Kenya |

President Kenyatta Inspects, Commissions Development Projects in Central Region

President Kenyatta started his tour by inspecting the ongoing expansion of the 84-kilometre Kenol-Sagana-Marua Highway

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday made a one-day working tour of the Central region where he inspected and commissioned several development projects in Murang'a and Nyeri counties. President Kenyatta started his tour by inspecting the ongoing expansion of the 84-kilometre Kenol-Sagana-Marua Highway, being upgraded from a two-lane single carriageway to…

Source: The Presidency, Republic of Ghana |

Bawumia Hails National Chief Imam’s Contributions to Education as he Commissions his Mosque and School

Dr. Bawumia eulogised the 103-year-old Sheikh Sharubutu on Friday August 5, when he commissioned the Sheikh Sharubutu Mosque

The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has described the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu as "a gift to the nation from God" who has contributed immensely to education and national development  Dr. Bawumia eulogised the 103-year-old Sheikh Sharubutu on Friday August 5, when he commissioned the Sheikh Sharubutu…

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New Book Highlights Islamic Development Bank Institute's (IsDBI) Evolution, Honors First President’s Legacy

The new book is the English language translation of the original book first published in Arabic language in 2020

The Islamic Development Bank Institute (IsDBI) (https://IsDBInstitute.org/)  has released a book which reviews the history and exceptional achievements of the IsDB from a nascent idea till the retirement of its first President, H.E. Dr. Ahmad Mohammad Ali, in 2016. The new book is the English language translation of the original book…

Source: Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Ethiopia |

Request for Correction of Misinformation: The Catholic Bishops' Conference of Ethiopia Announces that Some Online and Print Media are Misinterpreting the Content of the Recent Statement Issued by the Conference in July

The statement never states about the fleeing of Priests and Nuns or closing of Churches in Tigray

The Catholic Bishops' Conference of Ethiopia announces that some online and print media are misinterpreting the content of the recent statement issued by the conference in July. The statement never states about the fleeing of Priests and Nuns or closing of Churches in Tigray. The intention of the statement is…