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ETHIOPIA OBSERVER 10  August 2018 The wave of violence in Djibouti has injured and uprooted thousands of Ethiopians, in what was widely believed to be a retaliation attack. The violent attacks against Ethiopian immigrants left several wounded, according to Ethiopian witnesses. Ethiopian-owned shops have...

Ghana News Agency 10 August  2018 The government of Djibouti is refusing to accept a British court decision on who controls the Doraleh Container Terminal...

Hellenic Shipping News 13 August 2018   It has been a trying few weeks for Ismaïl Omar Guelleh, president of Djibouti, at a time when most other residents of the Horn of Africa are celebrating emerging peace and, with it, the glimmer of prosperity. Two old enemies Eritrea and Ethiopia have ended 20 years of bloodletting, and even the restive enclaves of Somalia...

The Maritime Executive 12 August 2018 A diverse continent with more than 50 different countries, Africa is blessed with vast natural resources –...

WTVA.COM 11 August 2018 Look out Donald Trump, while you’re not watching, China is quietly stealing a continent from you. And India may not be...

VOANEWS 4 August 2018 When Eritrea and Ethiopia agreed last month to end their decades-long conflict, the international community responded enthusiastically. Less...

FAIR OBSERVER 6 August 2018 With Ethiopia and Eritrea pushing for peace, will Djibouti declare diplomatic war?   These are heady times in the Horn...

Handyshippingguide.com 6 August 2018 Despite Initiating Legal Action in London it Seems Negative Result Unpalatable to Djibouti             DJIBOUTI...

REUTERS 2 August 2018 Dubai’s government said on Thursday the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) has ruled DP World’s port container terminal contract in Djibouti was valid and binding. The government of Djibouti seized the Doraleh Container Terminal from DP World in February over a dispute dating back to at least 2012. Dubai government-controlled DP...

Policyforum.net 2  August 2018 China’s engagement with Africa has long been shaped by its foreign policy of non-interference in the internal affairs...