DJIBOUTI (Xinhua) -- Djibouti’s financial sector "remains fragile despite apparent stability," a new study by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) dubbed "African Economic Outlook" has shown.....Read More
London, June 28, GNA – The English Court of Appeal has refused to allow the government of Djibouti to proceed with its appeal against a High Court judgement in favour of Djiboutian businessman Abdourahman Boreh, thus bringing to an end a costly four-year legal battle between the regime of President Ismail Omar Guelleh and Mr Boreh....Read More
Despite Ramadan, there is no slackening at Djibouti's ports. Under the relentless sun, whippet-thin men glistening with sweat work the docks, taking what refuge they can in the shade cast by machinery and stacks of cargo.
Berbera / Djibouti / Dubaï : Guelleh est-il opposé au développement du port de Berbera ou a-t-il une haine particulière contre l’UAE?
En 2000, DP World et le gouvernement Djiboutien ont créé un joint-venture, avec la signature d’une concession de 20 ans pour l’exploitation du port de Djibouti. Ce partenariat fructueux a conduit à l’investissement de joint-venture dans la construction d’un nouveau port à Djibouti, le terminal à conteneurs de Doraleh nouvellement développé.....Read More
As the sun sets over the refugee camp outside the small town of Obock, Yemeni children giggle among themselves and make various noises as they hesitantly approach and pet a group of camels idling in a sandy lane running between groups of tents. The camels will remain residents of the camp until the end of Ramadan, when they'll be slaughtered for the feast of Eid al-Fitr.
From Desmond Davies, London Bureau Chief
London, June 15, GNA - The opposition in Djibouti is warning that restless young people could swell the ranks of a growing band of rebels in the north of the country if President Ismail Omar Guelleh fails to quickly address social and economic problems that are affecting the country's youth.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The International Criminal Court said on Tuesday it had referred the governments of Uganda and Djibouti to the U.N. Security Council for failing to arrest Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir while he was on their territory.....Read More.