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Africa Security and Counter-Terrorism Summit, on 27-28 February, with last strategies, solutions and technologies.

Africa Security and Counter-Terrorism Summit, on 27-28 February, with last strategies, solutions and technologies.

International defence companies have targeting African security markets as military spending in Africa exceed $20 billion in the next ten years. The Africa Security and Counter-Terrorism Summit, on 27-28 February,…

Tensions between Morocco and Algeria over Western Sahara

Tensions between Morocco and Algeria over Western Sahara

One month ago, and in a speech read out in name of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Western Sahara, at a meeting in Abuja, he said an international mechanism to…

African Union called U.N. Security Council to halt ICC´s prosecutions against Kenyan and Sudanese Presidents.

African Union called U.N. Security Council to halt ICC´s prosecutions against Kenyan and Sudanese Presidents.

African Union Summit in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) called on Saturday for the prosecutions of Kenya’s and Sudan’s presidents by the International Criminal Court to be halted. The AU complaints the…

Contrasting “Africa rising” perception: survey indicate same basic needs continue.

Contrasting “Africa rising” perception: survey indicate same basic needs continue.

Africa’s breakneck growth is not improving the lives of ordinary citizens across the continent, according to a landmark survey across 34 countries. Despite some of the world’s highest economic growth…

Egypt in the right track.

Egypt in the right track.

Work is under way to establish political stability in Egypt following the ouster of President Mohamed Morsy, the country’s interim foreign minister told the U.N. General Assembly on Saturday. Nabil…

Tunisia hard on terrorists.

Tunisia hard on terrorists.

Tunisia’s government, led by moderate Ennahda Islamists in coalition with two smaller secular parties, is under popular pressure to crack down on security threats posed by Islamist militants to help…

NSA and probable evidence about death of UN Secr.Gral. Dag Hammarskjold in 1961.

NSA and probable evidence about death of UN Secr.Gral. Dag Hammarskjold in 1961.

United States’s National Security Agency NSA have crucial radio intercepts material about the 1961 plane crash which killed United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, a commission of prominent jurists says. Intercepts…

Africa and gerontocracy in power.

Africa and gerontocracy in power.

Robert Mugabe,President of Zimbabwe, is far-from the only independence-era leader still kicking about in the presidential palace. The average age of leaders on the African continent is around 60 years…

Protected in Central African Republic, war criminal “The Devil” Joseph Kony still fugitive.

Protected in Central African Republic, war criminal “The Devil” Joseph Kony still fugitive.

The rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), led by fugitive warlord criminal “The Devil”  Joseph Kony, is likely to be weaker than it has been in at least 20 years with…

Somalia has Biometric Passports, but not South Africa

Somalia has Biometric Passports, but not South Africa

    The intelligence community is pushing to make biometrically enabled intelligence — the art of identifying people by fingerprints, digital mugshots, iris scans or DNA — a regular part…

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