Tuesday, May 21, 2024
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Arab-American leaders meet with Blinken over Gaza

RAY HANANIA CHICAGO: A group of Arab-American leaders met with Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Washington D.C. on Friday night, demanding that the US “stop the genocide” in Gaza and define a clear path to “Palestinian liberation.” The group … Continued

Why Museveni, Ruto want Atmis exit from Somalia revised

By JULIUS BARIGABA The imminent exit of more African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (Atmis) and the ultimate expiry of the force’s mandate at the end of this year have triggered unease among troop-contributing countries, with Uganda President Yoweri Museveni … Continued

Iraq Wants UN Mission Gone by 2025

The Iraqi government is taking another step toward reducing international influence in its political affairs by requesting that the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (Unami) leave by the end of 2025. The U.N. peace operation was installed in 2003, … Continued

Saudi Arabia Has a Red Sea Vision, Not Yet a Strategy

By Eleonora Ardemagni  Since the mid-2010s, the Red Sea has been at the center of Saudi Arabia’s foreign policy due to the interplay of domestic, regional, and international dynamics. Economic projects under Vision 2030 have reflected Riyadh’s goals in the … Continued

Somalia authorities seize substandard flour at Mogadishu port

Somali government intercepted an unknown value of substandard flour dumped at Mogadishu port on Wednesday. The seized consignment in several containers detained at the port did not meet conformity test, according to the Somali Bureau of Standards (Sobs). The Sobs … Continued

Suspected Somali Pirates to Stand Trial in Seychelles

Mike Schuler The European Union’s counter-piracy naval force, Operation ATALANTA, has transferred six suspected Somali pirates to Seychelles, where they will stand trial for a pirate attack on the Marshall Islands-flagged tanker Chrystal Arctic. The ship was attacked on May 10 … Continued