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Egypt to reopen all airports on 1 July, aviation minister says

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Egypt will reopen all its airports for scheduled international traffic on 1 July, the civil aviation minister said on Sunday, after suspending regular commercial...

Qatar to build new Somali port

Qatar plans to build a new seaport at Somalia’s Hobyo, a potentially strategic investment in an area of East Africa fiercely contested by Gulf...

Puntland protester killed

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A protester was killed in Bosaso in Somalia's semi-autonomous Puntland region after demonstrations broke out in opposition to a concession deal for...

Multi-million dollar deal for Somaliland port sparks land rush

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The land along the road into Berbera is barren and empty. Somaliland's small, rusty Gulf of Aden port which for centuries made...

Ivory Coast port security measures rescinded

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Ivory Coast rescinded an order on Sunday to increase security at its two main ports after determining an earlier reported threat of...

Suicide bomb kills at least 29 at Mogadishu port

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A suicide truck bomb hit the entrance of Somalia's biggest port on Sunday, killing at least 29 people, police said in an...

Attack on east Libya oil ports averted

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Eastern Libyan forces averted an attempted attack on some of Libya's major oil ports on Wednesday and rival fighters withdrew from a...

Djibouti signs $36 mln port loan with AFESD

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Djibouti agreed a US$36 million loan to build a new port and expand the business upon which the tiny country's economy relies,...

Heavy rains disrupt Kenya port’s operations

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Intense rains have disrupted operations at Kenya's only port, delaying the delivery of grain, sugar and coal, while a queue of vessels...

Djibouti to spend $330 mln on port expansion

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Djibouti plans to spend US$330 million on expanding its port, an exercise that is expected to be complete by 2014 and to...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...