2012-02-21 13:08:54BP Makes Opaque Payments for Oil Block As Petro-Lobby Seeks Weak Transparency Rules[Global Witness]
As oil industry lobbyists attempt to water down watershed transparency legislation in the United States and the European Union, Global Witness shows that BP has agreed to make multi-million dollar payments into obscure "social projects" controlled by the highly opaque state oil company of Angola as part of a deal to win oil exploration rights.
Monday, 12-09-13, 8:56Lorry Hijacked, Passengers Robbed in East Darfur[Radio Dabanga]Ed Daein -Militiamen hijacked a lorry en route from Ed Daein, the capital of East Darfur, to En Nahud in West Kordofan on Saturday. The owner of the lorry, Ahmed El Haj Malek, reported to Radio Dabanga that 13 militiamen wearing military uniforms hijacked his vehicle in the area of Badi, near Abu Karinka in East Darfur. They also abducted the driver, Abu Bakar El Haj.
Monday, 12-09-13, 8:50Police Directed to Probe Windhoek Beer Smuggling[Daily News]THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Dr Eliezer Feleshi, has directed the police to conduct further investigations to establish more charges and evidence that would warrant the prosecution of persons suspected of smuggling Windhoek Lager Beers in Tanzania.
Monday, 12-09-13, 8:48Djibouti Aims Bright Future in Football[Dalsan Radio]It is just a year, since Mr. Souleiman Hassan Waberi became the president of Djibouti Football Federation. During the one-year period, President Waberi and his executive committee achieved to realise the country's long-existed dreams including the implementation of Djibouti's first ever beach soccer tournament and the creation of National beach soccer team.