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Diplomacy & Peace

More than US$533 million in aid coming to Africa

US aid to AfricaThe United States will give more than $533 million in humanitarian aid for victims of conflicts and drought in Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan and the West and Central African countries bordering Lake Chad, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.

Significant consequences if China takes port in Djibouti

China DjiboutiThe top US general for Africa told lawmakers the American military could face “significant” consequences should China take a key port in Djibouti, as Beijing becomes increasingly muscular in Africa in an effort to expand its influence.

Africom says it is continuing efforts to make Africa stable, secure

Thomas Waldhauser.U.S. Africa Command's commander has said that his command will continue its strategy of “by, with and through” partner nations on the continent as it continues efforts to make Africa a more stable and secure place.


South Sudan accused of using oil cash to fund conflict

South Sudan oil money finding conflictActivists accuse South Sudan’s government of funnelling cash from the state oil company to militias responsible for atrocities and attacks on civilians.

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