Djibouti Latest Member to Join Africa Finance Corporation
[CAJ News] Lagos -DJIBOUTI has become the newest member of Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), an international investment grade multilateral finance institution investing in key infrastructure projects across Africa.
Djibouti Joins Africa Finance Corporation
[AMA] Strategic maritime gateway becomes the 14th member of AFC and is the third east African country to join
Telecom Wins Djibouti Cup to Complete Double
[CAF] Djibouti Telecom has won the Djibouti Cup after beating rivals Dikhil FC 4-2 over the weekend to complete a domestic double.
Moving Towards Deeper Ethio-Djibouti Integration
[Ethiopian Herald] Recently, Ethiopia hosted the 14th Ethio-Djibouti Joint Ministerial Commission Meeting. The two sides concluded their meeting signing of the list of agreed minutes presented by the experts on the three clusters: Political, Security and Social Affairs; Economic and Commercial issues; and the Port and Transport Sector Cluster. The meeting also agreed to raise the bilateral relations between Ethiopia and Djibouti into new heights.
Ethiopia, Djibouti Advancing Integration Process
[Ethiopian Herald] Both countries enjoy strong relations and explore potential in all areas of cooperation which will expedite the process of economic integration not only between them but also in realizing the vision of the sub-region.
Hundreds Stage Rally Against Djibouti Forces
[Shabelle] Hundreds of people took to the main streets of Jalalaqsi town in central Somalia, to protest against the killing of Somali soldier by Djibouti-an peacekeepers of AMISOM contingent.
Ethio-Djibouti Railway Power Supply 85 Per Cent Complete
[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) said Thursday that the power transmission work on the Ethio-Djibouti Railway is 85 per cent complete.
ICC Refers Uganda, Djibouti for Failure to Arrest Bashir
[East African] The International Criminal Court (ICC) has this week reported Uganda and Djibouti to the UN Security Council for failing to arrest Sudanese president Omar al Bashir during his visit to the countries.
ICC Refers Uganda and Djibouti to UN for Not Arresting Al-Bashir
[Deutsche Welle] Uganda and Djibouti failed to arrest the Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir while he was on their territory, the International Criminal Court (ICC) said. The court suspects al-Bashir of masterminding genocide in Darfur.
ICC Reports Uganda, Djibouti for Not Arresting Al Bashir
[Radio Dabanga] The Hague -The International Criminal Court has reported Djibouti and Uganda to the United Nations Security Council for failing to arrest indicted Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir when he was in the African nations this year.
Uganda, Djibouti Referred to UN Over Failure to Arrest Bashir
[Observer] The International Criminal Court (ICC) has referred Uganda and Djibouti to Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute and the United Nations (UN) Security Council for separately failing to arrest and surrender Sudan President Omar al Bashir.
Djibouti Gives Uganda U.S.$20 Million for Fruits
[Observer] Muhammad Majyambere, the Djibouti consul to Uganda, has said Djibouti has given Uganda $20m to help in the exportation of fruits and related products to the horn of Africa, urging farmers to benefit from the deal.
Unlocking Africa's Economic Potential
[Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority] There are fewer than fifty landlocked countries in the world but no less than ten form an interconnected chain across sub-Saharan Africa. Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad, the Central African Republic, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, South Sudan and Ethiopia form a band across the continent without any access to the coast.
How the Port of Djibouti keeps Ethiopia Fed During Ramadan
[IRIN] Djibouti City -In the middle of a blistering June afternoon on the busy docks of the Port of Djibouti, Aouleed crouches down on his haunches in the shade of a lorry, arms outstretched resting on his knees; his head, wrapped in a wet rag, lolling. He hasn't had anything to drink or eat since the sun rose around 6 a.m.