Minister Highlights Successful Efforts to Combat Terrorism
[UN News] In his address to the United Nations General Assembly, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Mauritania, Isselkou Ould Ahmed Izid Bih, welcomed the progress made in the fight against terrorism and migration through an approach based on dialogue and openness.
Persecuted Journalists Received Moral Support
[MFWA] A small group of Mauritanian journalists have organised a sit-in on September 11, 2017, to denounce the placement under judicial supervision of their colleagues.
For the Records - Ecomansa Research Trip to Mauritania 'Successful'
[The Point] The research trip undertaken by the University of The Gambia Economic and Management Students' Association (ECOMANSA) to Mauritania was a resounding success, the students said.
Gambian Community in Mauritania Seeks Govt Help
[The Point] The Gambian community in Mauritania has called for government support in the maintenance of the sole Gambian school in Mauritania.
African Airlines Wait for Open Skies
[Africa Renewal] Thousands of air travellers face complicated choices when flying between cities across the African continent. Although transiting through Europe when flying between two African cities is for the most part no longer necessary, still, choices remain constrained by sub-optimal travel conditions including long layovers, relatively high fares, uncertain flight schedules and poor quality of services, underscoring the challenges facing air carriers trying to attract passengers and at the same time make profits.
Statement By Human Rights Commissioner BĂ¤rbel Kofler On the Arrest of a Mauritanian Senator and the Situation Following the Constitutional Referendum
[PR Newswire] Berlin -BĂ¤rbel Kofler, Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid at the Federal Foreign Office, issued the following statement today (18 August) on the arrest of a Mauritanian senator and the situation in the country following the constitutional referendum:
Ghandour Meets Mauritanian Ambassador
[SNA] Khartoum -Foreign Minister, Prof. Ibrahim Ghandour met, Sunday, at his office, the new Mauritanian Ambassador to Sudan with the aim of presenting a copy his credentials to the minister, prior to submitting the original copy to the President of the Republic to assume his assignment as Extra-Ordinary Ambassador and Plenipotentiary to Sudan.