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Bombardier sells two CS300 with Air Tanzania

Bombardier sells two CS300 with Air Tanzania

  Bombardier CSeries will sell both the Government of Tanzania, which represents its first order in seven months for its new commercial aircraft. In total, the transaction includes two CS300 and a Q400 aircraft. According to list prices, the order is valued at 203 million US. The aircraft will be

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Tanzania suspends U.S.-funded AIDS programs in a new crackdown on gays

Tanzania suspends U.S.-funded AIDS programs in a new crackdown on gays

  East African nations have launched some of the world’s most vicious campaigns against gay men and women, outlawing same-sex liaisons and threatening punishments of years in jail. But in a move that has alarmed health workers, Tanzania is turning its anti-homo­sexual fury in a new direction — targeting HIV/AIDS

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No Saudi Oil Says Trump, Saudi Arabia Fires Back

No Saudi Oil Says Trump, Saudi Arabia Fires Back

  The new president-elect has said repeatedly that the U.S. needs to block all oil imports from Saudi Arabia. During his campaign Trump vowed to secure U.S. energy independence from “our foes and the oil cartels,” while also creating “complete American energy independence.” However, on Wednesday Saudi Arabia’s oil minister

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ISIS has claimed responsibility for its first attack in Kenya

ISIS has claimed responsibility for its first attack in Kenya

  The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a raid on a Kenyan police station in what would constitute the group’s first attack in the East African country. The group’s Amaq news agency said “supporters of Islamic state” were responsible for Sunday’s attack, which saw three

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A $31 million scandal with Nigeria’s ex-first lady shows the scale of Buhari’s anti-corruption battle

A $31 million scandal with Nigeria’s ex-first lady shows the scale of Buhari’s anti-corruption battle

  Patience Jonathan, the colorful wife of Nigeria’s ex-president, Goodluck Jonathan, has become the latest high profile Nigerian embroiled in a corruption-related scandal. Nigeria’s anti-graft agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has frozen accounts containing $31.4 million controlled by the former first lady who claims some of the

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How can Nigeria deal with its recession?

How can Nigeria deal with its recession?

  Nigeria will have to turn to industries other than oil to help pull itself out of recession, experts say, as the latest sobering government figures reveal that the economy fell by just over 2 percent in the second quarter. The overall decline of Nigeria’s economy is – gross domestic

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Dubai’s ruler sacked 9 senior officials because they weren’t at work at 7:30am

Dubai’s ruler sacked 9 senior officials because they weren’t at work at 7:30am

  Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the emir of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, has sacked a bunch of senior officials and ordered a major shake-up of the way the city is run after visiting government offices at 7:30 on a Sunday morning and finding that many staff members

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Zambia’s Lungu Declared Winner in Tight Presidential Election

Zambia’s Lungu Declared Winner in Tight Presidential Election

  Incumbent President Edgar Lungu has retained his position after defeating his closest rival Hakainde Hichilema of the UPND by 100, 530 to secure the required 50%+1 threshold. Pres. Lungu polled 1, 860, 877 while Hichilema managed 1, 760, 347. The actual percentage scored by President Lungu is 50.3%. ECZ

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Obama Paid $400M in Cash to Iran as It Released Americans – WSJ

Obama Paid $400M in Cash to Iran as It Released Americans – WSJ

  The Obama White House airlifted $400 million worth of foreign cash to Iran just as Iran released four Americans it had been holding in prison, The Wall Street Journal reports. The money was flown in secretly on wooden pallets in an unmarked cargo plane, but none of the cash

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Mwanza Airport Expansion Stalls Over Fund Shortage

Mwanza Airport Expansion Stalls Over Fund Shortage

  Mwanza Airport expansion project has stalled due to lack of funds, according to the Airport Manager, Ms Easter Madale. She told the Daily News here yesterday that the authority signed the contract in June 2012, allowing the contractor to start work in July 2012, but fund shortage has impeded

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