Egypt's grand mufti Dr. Shawqi Allam has been discouraged from visiting South Africa where a large number of Muslims are bitter about his role in supporting the death sentence of deposed Egyptian president Mohammad Morsi - TRT World.
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the US Government’s development finance institution, has announced the opening of its first-ever East Africa office, located in Nairobi, Kenya, with Suresh Samuel as Managing Director. East Africa is a fast growing region and need for investment in power, infrastructure, water, agriculture, and other development sectors is growing - Africa… Continue reading OPIC opens first office in East Africa
Ghanaian professors are calling for a statue of Mahatma Gandhi to be removed from their campus because they claim he was racist and considered Indians to be “infinitely superior” to black Africans. A statue of the Indian independence leader was unveiled at the University of Ghana in June by the Indian president, Pranab Mukherjee, who… Continue reading Petition calls for Gandhi statue to be removed from Ghana University
KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo — The United Nations high commissioner for human rights blamed the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo on Thursday for using excessive force during political demonstrations and riots this week that might have killed more than 50 people. New York Time
A summit hosted by U.S. President Barack Obama garnered pledges from dozens of countries to resettle or allow the lawful admission of some 360,000 refugees, doubling the number of slots that were available last year, the U.S. envoy to the United Nations said. But Ambassador Samantha Power said that was "still only a fraction" of… Continue reading UNGA 2016 – U.S. says some 360,000 refugee spots pledged at United Nations