Govt Organises Club Licensing Seminar
[CAF] The Club Licensing seminar has made a stopover in Djibouti with the East African country hosting the educative workshop from 25-26 April at the Technical Centre of the FĂ©dĂ©ration Djiboutienne de Football (FDF) in the capital, Djibouti.
People Yet to Benefit From Nation's Growing Importance
[Chatham House] The small nation is an increasingly vital economic and strategic hub. But political reform is still missing in action.
U.S. Cites 'Strong Partnership' With Djibouti Following Disputed Election
[Nation] The United States on Monday affirmed its "strong partnership" with Djibouti following President Omar Guelleh's April 8 landslide victory in his bid for a fourth term in office.
Opposition Rejects Election, Cites Fraud
[VOA] Djibouti opposition leaders are rejecting the results of the country's presidential election, citing fraud.
Nigeria, Djibouti to Foster Trade Ties
[This Day] A new report by the Oxford Business Group (OBG) has highlighted Djibouti's plans to foster stronger trade ties with partners across the continent, including Nigeria, as a means of encouraging economic integration and enhanced connectivity between eastern and western Africa.
Ismail Guelleh Wins Fourth Term
[Al Jazeera] Ismail Omar Guelleh has won a fourth five-year term as president of Djibouti, a strategically important country in the Horn of Africa.
Somali Govt Congratulates Djibouti President for Re-Election
[Dalsan Radio] The Federal Government of Somalia has congratulated the president of Djibouti for his re-election to the office.
Djibouti Heads to the Polls to Elect Next President
[Deutsche Welle] Djibouti's president has opted to run for a fourth term after leading the East African nation for 17 years. The main opposition alliance has all but broken down with two rival candidates claiming to represent the group.
Govt Expels Journalists Ahead of Elections
[Premium Times] Djibouti should ensure that journalists can report on presidential elections without harassment or fear of expulsion, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today, condemning Djiboutian authorities' recent expulsion of a team of BBC journalists from the country.
Djibouti Expels BBC Journalists Ahead of Elections
[CPJ] Nairobi -Djibouti should ensure that journalists can report on presidential elections without harassment or fear of expulsion, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today, condemning Djiboutian authorities' recent expulsion of a team of BBC journalists from the country.
Djibouti Plans to Foster Stronger Trade Ties With Nigeria
[Vanguard] Djibouti's has announced plans to foster stronger trade ties with partners across the continent, including Nigeria with a view to encouraging economic integration and enhanced connectivity between Eastern and Western Africa.