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Empty Shelves and Rising Prices Test Tunisians’ Patience
Food shortages are worsening in Tunisia with empty shelves in supermarkets and bakeries, adding to popular discontent at high prices and risking unrest as the government tries to stave off a crisis in public finances....
Over Seven Million in Desperate Need of Aid as Somalia Famine Risk Worsens
Parts of Somalia could be experiencing famine this September, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), has warned. The UN agency warns that eight regions in the country could be affected if livestock continue...
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1 in 4 Africans Face Food Insecurity as Continent Suffers Worst Crisis Since 2017
On April 5, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) reported that almost a quarter of Africans are suffering from the worst hunger crisis to hit the continent since 2017. As humanitarian aid is...
China’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ Falters as Beijing Runs Out of Funding
What started out as an ambitious plan to globalize itself is now slipping further out of reach for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was inaugurated in 2013 and aimed to...
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China Eyeing First Atlantic Military Base in Africa
A report from a classified American intelligence source told The Wall Street Journal on Dec. 6 that China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) is scoping the Central African country of Equatorial Guinea to establish its...
World Health Organization Endorses Use of World’s First Malaria Vaccine
On Wednesday, Oct. 6, The World Health Organization (WHO) endorsed the world’s first malaria vaccine, Mosquirix, which has been under development by pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline since 1987.  The vaccine is being heralded as having the...
ISIS Leader in West Africa Killed in French Drone Strike
West Africa-based ISIS leader, Abnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, has died due to wounds inflicted by a French drone strike last month. His death was announced on Twitter by French President Emmanuel Macron, stating that the...
South Africa's Deputy President David Mabuza reviews a military honour guard with Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on October 31, 2019.
China’s Military Seeks to Establish Base on African Coast: Warning from US General
General Stephen Townsend, Chief of the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), recently warned that Beijing is attempting to set up an Atlantic naval base on the western coast of Africa that will service its aircraft carriers...
At a recent House Armed Services Committee congressional hearing, top American military officials warned that China’s ability to project its naval prowess in the Indian Ocean is alarming. General Stephen Townsend, head of the U.S.
China’s Growing Military Might Alarms U.S. Officials, Modern Warfare Will Begin Silently
At a recent House Armed Services Committee congressional hearing, top American military officials warned that China’s ability to project its naval prowess in the Indian Ocean is alarming. General Stephen Townsend, head of the U.S....
A mutated strain of the CCP virus, known as the UK coronavirus strain, has spread into at least eight states in the U.S.
UK Coronavirus Strain Spreading in 8 American States
A mutated strain of the CCP virus, known as the UK coronavirus strain, has spread into at least eight states in the U.S. — Colorado, New York, Florida, Georgia, California, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Texas.  In...