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  • UK sets up Sh74bn war chest to fight for Nairobi exports

    Britain Tuesday announced a Sh74 billion fund to help Kenyans import goods from the UK in the latest attempt to boost the falling business clout of the former colonial master that started with Kibaki's presidency in 2003.

    UK's Trade envoy …

  • Australia’s Watson confident of fitness for World T20

    Australia all-rounder Shane Watson is confident he will be fit for the World Twenty20 in India despite an abdominal strain cutting short his campaign in the Pakistan Super League.

    The 34-year-old suffered the injury bowling for Islamabad in the T20 …

  • Saudis, Russia agree oil output freeze, talks with Iran to follow

    Top global oil exporters including Russia and Saudi Arabia have agreed to freeze output to tackle a global glut but said the deal was contingent on other producers, with Iran absent from the meeting and planning to ramp up shipments.…

  • Council Conclusions on EU priorities at UN Human Rights Fora in 2016

    1. In this 10th anniversary year of the UN Human Rights Council and ahead of its 31st session, the EU reaffirms its strong commitment to the United Nations bodies tasked with the promotion and protection of human rights. The EU …

  • WFP Food Convoy Enters Conflict Area Inside Yemeni City Of Taiz

    SANA'A - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) successfully delivered food for 18,000 people inside an area undergoing heavy fighting in the central Yemeni city of Taiz where residents are in desperate need of external food assistance.

    The convoy …

  • Predicting Turkey’s next move in Syria

    For Ankara, nothing is worse than a Kurdish corridor along Turkey's frontier with Syria.

    With the Turkish army targeting Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) fighters in northern Syria while the Royal Saudi Air Force deploys fighter jets to Turkey's Incirlik …

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