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Somaliland National Dies in Mogadishu Bombing

A young man from Somaliland was killed after the vehicle he was travelling on was planted with hidden explosives. The youth whose name was given as Mr.Fuad Suleiman Jama died instantly from the impact of the bomb. At the time of the explosion the young man had just dropped his …

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An Isolated Country Runs on Mobile Money

Hyperinflation and economic isolation have pushed this poor, breakaway republic closer to a virtual milestone than most other countries in the world: a cashless economy. Mobile-money services have taken off over the past decade in Africa; 1 in 10 adults across the continent—about 100 million people—use them. In Kenya, Vodacom …

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An Isolated Country Runs on Mobile Money

Global ports operator DP World plans to set up a logistics complex in Ethiopia to cater to the landlocked African countries, said Sultan bin Sulayem, DP World Group’s chairman & CEO and chairman of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation. “We are planning to set up a logistics complex in …

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