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EU NAVFOR focus counter-piracy efforts during Mombasa visit

EU NAVFOR focus counter-piracy efforts during Mombasa visit | Coastweek

Flagship of EU NAVFOR’s Operation Atalanta, ITS Carlo Margottini, has made a four-day logistic and operational stop in the port of Mombasa after an intense period of counter-piracy patrolling along the coast of Somalia. She hosted a Maritime Security forum on board aimed at supporting and encouraging regional governments that has seen the recent establishment of the Kenya Coast Guard as a good example of the development of maritime capacity. PHOTO -EU NAVFOR

 

Kenyan real estate sector attracting investors amid high returns

Heavy Rains displacing over 150,000 people in Eastern Uganda

AU and US exchanging views on further Enhancing Partnership

South African president concerns at high Youth Unemployment

Ethiopia deny accusations by Eritrea of supporting Rebel groups

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Kenya plan Incentives for I.C.T. Sector to cut reliance on imports

Zambia stiffens penalties to curtail abuse of government vehicles

 

Norwegian Refugee Council report deaths from 'Cyclone Sagar'

South Sudan gunmen free Uganda consultant, eight aid workers

South Sudan establishment embrace traditional China medicine

Kenyan police offering Cash Reward for arrest of terror suspect

Dry maize prices across Kenya hit six-month low as Imports rise

Africa Union training Somalia police officers on 'gender violence'

Uganda launches regional agribusiness initiative to help farmers


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Champs Abel Kirui and Stanley Biwott return to Manchester Run

Joyciline Jepkosgei is Better and ready for Dibaba in Manchester

Kenyan Football club Gor Mahia to defend regional Super Crown

UN redeploys to protect civilians in Troubled South Sudan region

CTF 150 ship La Fayette hold U.S. $60 million dollar heroin haul

CTF 150 ship 'La Fayette' seizing U.S. $60 million dollars heroin | Coastweek

MARINE Nationale Frigate La Fayette continues to provide outstanding support to Combined Task Force 150 (CTF 150) and Combined Maritime Forces (CMF), by interdicting a suspicious dhow and seizing 260 Kgs of heroin on May 11, 2018. It is her third seizure of narcotics in less than a month. In an operation coordinated by CTF 150 headquarters, MNF La Fayette was conducting maritime security operations and working closely with a French Navy Falcon patrol aircraft. Together they located a suspicious vessel that La Fayette interdicted with assistance from her own Panther helicopter. Ship’s Commanding Officer determined that further action was required and quickly requested permission from Commander CTF 150 to activate a boarding team. A thorough search that lasted nearly 24 hours in rough sea conditions resulted in seizure of 260 Kgs of heroin worth an estimated U.S. $61 million dollars. PHOTOS - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES

 

Experts urge improved warning system to end flooding menace

Burundi holds constitutional referendum without major incident

UN suspend Sudan resettlement aid amid ongoing fraud probe

Counter piracy Operation Three Arrows start off Somalia Coast

EU NAVFOR ships and commanders Meet in the Indian Ocean

Toto Afrika using rugby and music to protect the underprivileged

Lions Club of Mombasa Pwani honoured with 'Best Club' Award

Lions Club of Mombasa Pwani Scoops 20 Awards | Coastweek

Lions Club of Mombasa Pwani scooped the award for the best club at the 15th Multiple District Convention held in Kampala.Seen [from left] PCC Lion Murtaza Dungarwalla, Sameena Dungarwalla, PDG Dr. Manilal Dodhia, International Director Hasting from Malawi, Club President Lion Shashi D’silva, Region Chairperson Dr. Lata Magon, [behind] Bhadresh Shah, District Governor Ann Chubi, Tony D’silva, Kalpana Aggarwal, Dr. Mukesh Shah and Inderjeet Main.

 

Kenya netizens in dilemma as tough Cyber laws come into force

Analysts warn of high risk of DRC Ebola spreading across region

Kenyans planning to eliminate both Trachoma and Elephantiasis

Lamu plan construction cleanest Coal-fired power plant in Africa

Kuwait sign US 23 million dollars loan to finance Kenya Highway

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Egg Price rise in Kenya as heavy rains interfere with farm supply

Zambia truck drivers assured of Safety by South African security


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EA bloc convene meeting on South Sudan ahead of Peace talks

South Africa plan for national Minimum Wage despite opposition

Zimbabwe parties facing conflicts over selection Poll Candidates

Counter Piracy talk discuss security issues off the Horn of Africa

Fierce fighting erupts between Somaliland and Puntland 'militias'

Hull City UK receive emotional farewell after historic Kenyan tour

International Club football friendly game brings Nairobi standstill

186 million mobile broad band connection in East Africa by 2022

KA-CHING! Kenyan domestic Debt hits U.S. $24.1 billion dollars

Kenya ask China preferential trade terms to cut funds imbalance

 

 


 

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Egyptians flock to market for lanterns to celebrate Ramadan

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CAIRO (Xinhua) -- People select traditional lanterns in a market in Cairo, Egypt, on May 15, 2018. Ahead of the holy Islamic month of Ramadan, Egyptians flock to local markets to purchase colorful lanterns, known as fanoos in Arabic, for their children or to use them as ornaments for homes and workplaces. Xinhua PHOTO: Wu Huiwo

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Jaffery Motors Snooker Tournament participants awarded - Seen [from left] Faroukh Khan receiving runners up trophy from veteran Hamid Kadernani, Shahnawaz Haji receiving HBreak trophy from veteran Alihusein Namajee and Ladak Junior [right] presenting a trophy for the youngest entrant Murtaza Khuzema to Hassan Namajee.


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Golfers compete in April Mug Held At The Mombasa Golf Club

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Jimmy Kingori, Division A winner with 68 nett receives a mug from MGC Chairman, Jayne Githere as Florence Karimi [left], Silver Division winner receives a prize from Susan Mwangi and MGC Chairman, Jayne Githere, [left], Bronze Division winner receives a prize from MGC Lady Captain Mary Mariga during April Mug held at the Mombasa Golf Club. GOLF PHOTOS BY GILBERT ONCHOKE

 


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Kenya intensifies Ebola screening to curb outbreak | Coastweek

Passengers walk past a heat scan machine at JKIA Airport. Health Ministry has intensified border surveillance to prevent Ebola

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A Chinese doctor checks eyes’ conditions of a patient at Windhoek Central Hospital in Windhoek, Namibia.

 
 


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ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia (Xinhua) -- A train runs on the Ethiopia-Djibouti railway near Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The 752-km railway links Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa and the Red Sea nation of Djibouti. It is one of the many Chinese-built and -funded infrastructure projects that have sprung up on the African continent in recent years. XINHUA PHOTO -SUN RUIBO

 

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Counter piracy navy patrol sieze U.S. $1.2 billion dollars of drugs

Counter piracy navy patrol sieze U.S. $1.2 billion dollars of drugs| Coastweek

COMBINED MARITIME FORCES -- HER Majesty’s Australian Ship (HMAS) Warramunga has once again been successful in supporting the Combined Maritime Forces counter terrorism campaign plan by seizing 295 kgs of heroin as part of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150 Maritime Security Operations. The result of this latest interdiction was the seizure and destruction of heroin valued at approx U.S. $69 million dollars. This is HMAS Warramunga’s eleventh successful interdiction in five months and brings the Royal Australian Navy Frigate’s impressive total of narcotics interdicted to approx 19.3 tonnes of hashish and 2.1 tonnes of heroin totalling approx U.S. $1.2 billion dollars. Since assuming command in December 2017, ships working under CTF 150 authority have seized more than 30 tonnes of hashish and over 3 tonnes of heroin, valued in excess of $1.8 billion dollars. PHOTOS - COMBINED MARITIME FORCES

 

 

 

 


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Joint Patrol between ITS Margottini boarding team and AMISOM

Joint Patrol between ITS Margottini boarding team and AMISOM | Coastweek

OFF SOMALIA -- Crew members from ITS Margottini continued the regional cooperation EU NAVFOR has established with the AMISOM Marine unit off the coast of Mogadishu. Following on from several interactions last year, Margottini’s Italian crew took up the opportunity to patrol local waters off the coast of Mogadishu with the AMISOM unit. Not only did the two Marine units conduct coordinated boat drills, they also exchanged training and ideas on boat safety, maintenance and sea survival. Maritime training with regional partners, such as AMISOM, is an extremely important aspect of Operation Atalanta’s work to deter piracy off the coast of Somalia. PHOTOS - EU NAVFOR

 


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