02-Feb-2023 to 11:41

Nouakchott to host Moroccan-Mauritanian Economic Forum

APA - Nouakchott (Mauritania) — The capital Nouakchott will host in late February the Moroccan-Mauritanian Economic Forum, announced the Ambassador of the Kingdom in Mauritania, Hamid Chabar and the President of the National Union of Mauritanian Employers, Mohamed Zine El Abidine Ould Cheikh, at a meeting held Wednesday in the Mauritanian capital.

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31-Jan-2023 to 18:24

SADC endorses AU position against US law on ties with Russia

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has adopted an African Union declaration opposing a United States law that seeks to punish African countries that maintain political and economic relations with Russia.

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31-Jan-2023 to 17:46

Burkina PM to meet Captain Traore in Bamako

APA - Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) — The Prime Minister of Burkina Faso, Apollinaire Kyelem de Tambela, is due to meet with the President of the Malian Transition, Assimi Goita.

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31-Jan-2023 to 12:09

Morocco: “Tangiers Appeal” insists on ‘Sadr’ expulsion from AU

APA - Tangiers (Morocco) — The signatories of the “Tangiers Appeal” have reiterated their commitment to work for the exclusion from the African Union (AU) of a non-state entity whose acronym is Sadr (Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic).

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30-Jan-2023 to 18:00

Belarus president jets into Zimbabwe for three-day state visit

APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko jetted into Zimbabwe on Monday for a three-day state visit meant to strengthen bilateral relations between Harare and Minsk.

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30-Jan-2023 to 09:12

Sudan's military leader in Chad to engineer closer ties

APA-Khartoum (Sudan) — The head of Sudan's military junta Abdell Fattal al-Burhan is in the Chadian capital Ndjamena to engineer closer ties with its neighbour, officials in Khartoum said.

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27-Jan-2023 to 12:57

Kigali/Kinshasa feud: more than just sabre-ratling?

APA-Kigali (Rwanda) — With tensions mounting to an all-time high, the rhetoric from both Kigali and Kinshasa has hardened, but can this sabre-rattling lead to outright hostility between these two uneasy neighbours?

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