Daily Archives: December 2, 2018

US Military: Airstrike Kills 9 Militants in Somalia

The U.S. military said it killed nine militants in an airstrike targeting al Shabaab in Lebede, Somalia, as part of its operations to support the government’s efforts to weaken the militant group.

The military’s Africa …

CAMEROON EXPRESSES “DISMAY” AFTER LOSING HOSTING RIGHT OF AFCON 2019

YAOUNDE, Cameroon- The Cameroon government, on Saturday, expressed “dismay” after the Confederation of African Football (CAF), the continent’s football governing body, stripped the country of its right to host the 2019 African Cup of Nations …

African Cup of Nations Looking for New 2019 Site

There have been mixed reactions in Cameroon after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) withdrew the 2019 continental soccer event-hosting rights from the central African state. The government has described the CAF decision as “total …

World Bank Doubling Aid to Poor Countries Adapting to Climate Change

The World Bank has announced it is doubling its funding to help poor nations adjust to global warming to $200 billion over five years.

“If we don’t reduce emissions and build adaption now, we’ll have …

CHINESE-BUILT HYDRO-POWER PROJECT TO BOOST EQUATORIAL GUINEA’S ECONOMY

MALABO, Equatorial Guinea- The economy of Equatorial Guinea will be “significantly” boosted, following the completion of the Chinese-built regulating reservoir of the Djibloho Hydro-power Plant, President TeodoroObiangNguemaMbasogo, said.

The project was completed at a time …