A new series: The UN in Africa

A new series: The UN in Africa
Police officers serving with the UN Police (UNPOL) for the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO), visit the Grace orphanage in Kibati, North Kivu Province, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The visit took place in conjunction with the International Day of the African Child (16 June). Among the officers are Seynabou Diouf from Senegal, who was selected as the 2019 United Nations Female Police Officer of the Year.

The Congo Confusions 1960 - 1964 The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a central river in Africa. It is crossed by the Congo River. The forerunners of the former…

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Interconnectors from Africa to Europe

Interconnectors from Africa to Europe
The old Desertec idea with interconnections from North Africa to Europe. Source: Dii

Interconnectors have been a long dream of energy scientists. They are used to transport large amounts of energy over long distances and already exist between the Netherlands and Europe. The…

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Local Footware – Masendeu – The sandals of the Maasai

Journalism from Africa for Africa by David Suddy Masendeu also known as katambuga or maraiyo in local languages within Arusha region in Tanzania are local footwear sandals made from rubber materials out of old tires which are no longer used in vehicles.…

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