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PJ Media 18 March 2015 By Bridget Johnson As U.S. consular services in Saudi Arabia remain closed to some 40,000 American citizens until further notice, the State Department announced that diplomatic facilities in Djibouti are closing to the public as well. U.S. citizens were told in a security message today...

The Hill 18 March 2015 The State Department on Wednesday temporarily shut down the U.S. embassy in Djibouti due to “ongoing threats” in the African...

Geeksnack.com 17 March 2015 Satellite imaging can’t prevent conflict, but it can anticipate it Researchers discovered new ways of detecting...

DVIDS News By Cpl. Joey Mendez Corporal Ryan G. Schmidt, a water purification specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 24, 24th Marine Expeditionary...

All Africa 17 March 2015 Ethiopia will be hosting the 34th COMESA policy organ meetings that start on March 20 this week, leading up to the 18th COMESA...

Mail & Guardian 13 March 2015 Britain’s former lord chancellor in the Tony Blair government, Charles Falconer, has been forced to apologise...

Africa Intelligence 13 March 2015 True to his plan to transform his country into a kind of small Singapore and his ambition to be re-elected president...

Press TV 13 March 2015 This file photo shows a US MQ-9 Reaper drone firing a Hellfire missile.   A US assassination drone strike in Somalia...

The Local fr 11 March 2015 French soldiers carry the coffin of French Corporal Alexandre Van Dooren, who was killed fighting jihadists in northern Mali....

The Wall Street Journal 11 March 2015 China Investment Corp., a $653 billion sovereign-wealth fund, plans to invest more in emerging markets where...