TANZANIAN PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES CABINET RESHUFFLE

DAR-ES-SALAAM, Tanzanian President John Magufuli has announced a Cabinet reshuffle, creating two new ministries and nominating five new deputy ministers, which he describes as a strategic move to enhance government efficiency in serving the people.

The two new ministries are being created barely a month …

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US Lifts Economic Sanctions on Sudan

STATE DEPARTMENT The United States has lifted long-standing economic sanctions on Sudan, citing the country's progress in human rights and counterterrorism.

Friday's announcement by the State Department comes after what officials say was a careful review of Sudan's positive actions since January and a "focused, …

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US Lifts Economic Sanctions on Sudan

STATE DEPARTMENT The United States has lifted long-standing economic sanctions on Sudan, citing the country's progress in human rights and counterterrorism.

Friday's announcement by the State Department comes after what officials say was a careful review of Sudan's positive actions since January and a "focused, …

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First Committee Delegates Call for United Drive to Crush Illegal Arms Market, Close Security Gaps, as General Debate Continues

Casting a spotlight on the illicit trafficking of small arms and light weapons, delegates highlighted the global security risks and humanitarian toll of conventional weapons today, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) continued its general debate.

Several speakers called for multilateral efforts to …

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TANZANIA, FAO INK $2M PACTS TO FIGHT ARMYWORMS

DAR ES SALAAM, The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has entered into two agreements worth $2million with Tanzania's Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Fisheries to boost surveillance of Fall Armyworm (FAW) across the country.

A fall armyworm outbreak has been causing considerable crop …

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