The Independent
President Sisi explains Egypt’s stand on Nile Basin
Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi  has revealed that Egypt is suffering from a water deficit of about 21.5 billion cubic metres per year, and is cautious of any agreements related to the River Nile that could affect this supply. According to AharamOnline, this was the main t...
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The Independent
European champion Macron gears up for first EU summit
Paris, France | Gina Doggett, Laurence Benhamou,  AFP | France’s new President Emmanuel Macron heads to his first EU summit on Thursday pledging to breathe new life into the bloc after Britain’s shock Brexit decision and to bolster European defences in the face of Donald Trump’s...
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Daily Monitor
At 100, Maswere launches a book
Even in his advanced age, Maswere is neat. His hair is short and well-kempt. Age has not bent him; he reads, writes, and is a choir master at Busano Church of Uganda.
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Red Pepper
MPs Question Gov’t Over Constitutional Review Commission
MPs Question Gov’t Over Constitutional Review Commission
A sec­tion of Members of Parliament have tasked government to ex­plain its de­lay to ap­point a Con­sti­tu­tional Re­view Commission to oversee an overhaul of amendment of the Con­sti­tu­tion.
Bu­li­isa County MP, Stephen M...
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Red Pepper
U.N Declares South Sudan A Famine Free State
U.N Declares South Sudan A Famine Free State
More South Sudanese people are going hungry and 45,000 are still living in famine-like conditions even though South Sudan is no longer classified as being in famine, a U.N.-backed food security report said on Wednesday.
An estimated 6...
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