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Nigerian Aviation Industry Generates $25 Billion

AFRICANGLOBE - A recent reports indicate that over $25 billion has been generated in Nigeria by foreign and domestic airlines, charter service providers and...

Niger’s President Backs Intervention in Mali

AFRICANGLOBE - The crisis in northern Mali could enter a new chapter this week. Malian officials are expected to meet with delegations from two...

Mali: Military Intervention Looms, But Not Soon

The planned west African intervention force in Mali is not expected to be there before the end of the year, despite the UN Security...

Understanding Algeria’s Hidden Hand in the Mali Crisis

After years of calling for greater military action in northern Mali, Algeria is now advocating a negotiated solution. Why the apparent change the heart? In...

Mali: Towards Intervention in Mali

After weeks of shuttle diplomacy, speculation and contradictory signals, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) now have the backing of the Malian...

Mali: UN Takes Up Intervention Plan On Mali

The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday began to debate a plan to deploy West African peacekeeping troops to tackle the six-month Arab insurgency...

China Offers Military Aid to Mali In Fight Against Arab Terrorists

China has offered to support Mali’s military in its fight against Islamist rebels who have seized northern parts of the country, according to a...

West Africa Lukewarn on French Intervention in Mali

West African countries have given an unenthusiastic response to Laurent Fabius's calls to take part in a military intervention in Mali during the French...

The European Scramble For Somalia

AFRICANGLOBE - A huge international conference is being organised in London on Somalia, but it does not have the support of the citizens. It will fail because what the 'international community' has failed to learn over the years is that Somalis are fiercely independent people.

How do you solve a problem like Sarkozy?

The more cynical amongst us find it far too coincidental that the increasingly unpopular president, caught underfoot in Tunisia, is pushing for a war with a government that apparently helped finance his presidential campaign