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Mail & Guardian 13 March 2015 Britain’s former lord chancellor in the Tony Blair government, Charles Falconer, has been forced to apologise after his law firm gave “unsafe” evidence to the London High Court in an effort to freeze the assets of Djibouti opposition leader Abdourahman Boreh. The...

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...

Daily Mail (UK) 10 March 2015 By Sebastian Shakespeare for the Daily Mail Lord Falconer of Thoroton has been forced to make a humiliating apology at...

All Africa 9 March 2015 By Snetsehay Assefa The Bank represents about 60pc of the market share in Djibouti in teras of loans and deposits Red Sea Trade...

Legal Business 10 March 2015 By Jaishree Kalia Gibson Dunn & Crutcher handed itself over to the Solicitors Regulation Authority last week [6 March]...

Aljazeera America 10 March 2015 By Abdullahi Boru Halakhe  Militants and criminal gangs have appropriated the failings of the central state as their...

The Lawyer 9 March 2015 Gibson Dunn & Crutcher has reported itself to the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) over allegations that partner Peter...