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Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe has asked people to give the US President Donald Trump time.
Mugabe in excerpts of an interview by state media that will be broadcasted to mark his 93rd birthday on Tuesday said Trump’s Mexico wall “appears quite nasty” but the US president “might come up with better policies”.
“I don’t know whether the construction of the wall between America and Mexico is feasible… it appears quite nasty,” the Sunday Mail quoted Mugabe.
Mugabe was largely unwilling to criticize Trump, though he did admit the US president was “radical”. “I was surprised by his election but I didn’t like Madam Clinton either,” he said. read more
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Egypt has sent ground troops to Somaliland, sources said, as part of the Gulf Arab military contingent to rout the Iran-allied Houthi group in Yemen after a year–along civil war.
Egyptian ground troops recently landed in Berebera to help the Saudi-led coalition’s fight against the Iranian-supported Houthis and their allies, by stopping weapons supplies through the Red Sea, a local weekly Amharic newspaper, Sendek wrote, quoting reliable sources. The paper did not give figures of the troops.
It was the second reported deployment of ground troops by Egypt, which has one of the Arab world’s strongest armies. The Egyptians reportedly are present in Aden, part of a 5,000-strong ground troop force since August 2015. They have committed helicopter gunships, fighter jets, surveillance planes and refuelling tankers. source: diretube
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Ashenafi Bekele, the former Coach of Adama Ketema Football Club, has appointed as a new Coach of the Ethiopian National Football Team alias Waliya’s.
The Ethiopian Football Federation on Sunday endorsed the proposal of the technical committee and has given a green light for the new coach in its extraordinary meeting read more
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Tanzanian president John Pombe Magufuli has told the security forces to arrest and prosecute anyone caught in the drug trade and that no one was above the law.
“In this war against narcotics, no one is too prominent to be arrested even if they are politicians, security officers, cabinet ministers or the child of a prominent person,” Magufuli told the security chiefs at a meeting.
He is reported to have added that even his wife was caught peddling drugs, the law should take its course. “Even if my wife, Janeth, is involved” she should be arrested, the president added.
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