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By John Irish Saturday, October 18, 2014 Somalia’s president said on Friday that nobody close to him had been involved in the unauthorised diversion of government weapons to Islamist militants and denied that a man U.N investigators linked to the arms trade had advised him. President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud...

15 October 2014 – English version Djibouti, China, France, United States, commerce, company, Total, contracts, geopolitics, détroitAvoir foot in...

 China’s Foreign Policy by Mark Varga  |  on October 17th, 2014  China has made a badge of honor out of Zheng Bijian’s term coined in...

16 octobre 2014 |  Par Gaëtan Hermant Djibouti fait payer très cher la présence des forces armées américaines, françaises et japonaises dans...

By William Davison October 17, 2014 An electrified rail link from Ethiopia’s capital along its main trade route to neighboring Djibouti will...

16 October 2014 The long-standing dispute between Djibouti, one of the world’s smallest nations, and Total, one of the world’s O&G giants, has...

15 October 2014 17:09 by New Republic President Ismail Omar Guelleh has been steering a new course as he strengthens relations with China at the apparent...

Ebola precautions Djiboutian Minister of Health Kassim Issak Osman briefed the cabinet on the country’s heightened anti-Ebola measures on Sunday...

Under pressure from the judicial authorities in Djibouti who want it to pay a heavy fine for oil spills dating back two decades, the French oil company...

International Policy Digest by Aaron Kovac October 10, 2014 Sandwiched between basket-case Somalia and failed Eritrea, Djibouti is a surprising...