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New York Times 6 December 2014 By KAREEM FAHIM and ERIC SCHMITT Luke Somers, an American photojournalist, in Sana, the Yemeni capital, in 2013. He had been captured by Al Qaeda. Credit Hani Mohammed/Associated Press   SANA, Yemen — United States commandos stormed a village in southern...

All Africa 4 December 2014 A Djibouti restaurant damaged in a May suicide bombing has re-opened in what its owner describes as a message of defiance to...

Geeska Afrika 4 December 2014 Djibouti: AMISOM troops will facilitate aid deliver as new guidelines  Djibouti (HAN) December 4, 2014. Public diplomacy...

American Thinker 3 December 2014 By Eliot Bakker Amid jumbled half-hearted pledges to recast the way America is perceived in the world and fiery speeches...

Suna Times 3 December 2014 What do you know about Ismail Omar Guelleh of Djibouti’s Policy towards Djibouti? The fall of the dictators and the rise...

Foreign Policy Association 29 November 2014 Mark Varga With Western leaders occupied by rising tensions in Ukraine and the Middle East, it appears that...

Diplomat.so 30 November 2014 Sanaa ( Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Yemen’s Interior Ministry has ordered increased security along the country’s coastline...

Africa Intelligence 28 November 2014 For the first time, the ongoing legal trial of strength between the Djibouti government and businessman Abdourahman...

Bloomberg 27 November 2014 China is discussing the construction of a base over the next 10 years in Namibia, southwest Africa, for the People’s Liberation...

Huffington Post 25 November 2014 (Translated) Set between Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea, separated from a dip in Yemen through the Red Sea, Djibouti occupies...