Djibouti Presidential Guard Opens Fire At Airport, Injures Two
[Sabahi]A member of Djibouti's presidential guard opened fire on his colleagues at the Djibouti International Airport on Monday (August 25th), injuring two people, the Djiboutian Information Agency reported.
Presidential Guards Injures Two in Djibouti Airport
[Dalsan Radio]Djibouti Republican Guard has suddenly opened fire today at the Djibouti International Airport, injuring two people, including a senior officer, Colonel Idriss Abdi Galab, doctor GR.
Ten Nations Commit to Standby Force
[New Times]Ten regional countries have committed to raise a military fighting force of 5,000 troops under the Eastern Africa Standby Force (EASF) at a pledging conference in Kigali.
Djibouti Announces Precautions to Prevent Spread of Ebola
[Sabahi]Djibouti's Ministry of Health on Sunday (August 11th) announced that it is taking numerous precautions to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus in the country, the Djiboutian Information Agency reported.
Djibouti Arrests Reporter Covering Opposition Protests
[Sabahi]International press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) called on Friday (August 8th) for the immediate and unconditional release of Djiboutian journalist Mohamed Ibrahim Waiss, who was arrested while covering opposition protests in a suburb of Djibouti City.
Reporter Arrested While Covering Protest
[RSF]Reporters Without Borders calls for the immediate and unconditional release of La Voix de Djibouti reporter Mohamed Ibrahim Waiss, who was arrested while covering an opposition demonstration today in a suburb of Djibouti City.
Djibouti, Unicef Officials Meet to Discuss Child and Maternal Health Strategies
[Sabahi]Top officials from Djibouti's Ministry of Health met with representatives from the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) on Monday (August 4th) to discuss strategic communication efforts to improve child and maternal health, the Djiboutian Information Agency reported.
Remarks With IGAD Leaders After Their Meeting
[State Department]John Kerry Secretary of State
Historic Ethio-Djibouti Railway Track Worth Br20 Million Stolen
[Reporter]Individuals are dismantling and selling the historical Ethio-Djibouti railway line near Adama town. Addis Alemayehu, head of the Adama station, told The Reporter that individuals are dismantling and selling the steel structure of the railway line between Modjo and Adama towns. According to Addis, the individuals are also stealing the railway line that lies between Adama and Wolenchiti towns.