18/11/2019 – The Libyan Canadian Committee for Human Rights and Justice has condemned the meeting of the Canadian Ambassador to Libya, Hilary Childs Adams with a delegation from the Tobruk-based House of Representatives last Thursday in Tunis. Continuer à lire … « Libyan-Canadian Committee condemns Canada’s ambassador’s meeting with Tobruk HoR representatives »
2019/03/07 – Trudeau is accused of pressuring his attorney general to interfere in criminal case of a company over possible political concerns.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is embroiled in a major political scandal that’s already tarnished his progressive image and could derail his premiership ahead of the October federal election. Continuer à lire … « Libya – The major scandal engulfing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, explained »
2019/20/02 – Canada is facing renewed pressure to keep its military helicopters in Mali until a relief force of Romanian aircraft arrives in October.
Last week, members of the all-party House of Commons defence committee heard the appeals directly from a senior United Nations representative and government officials in the troubled west African country. Continuer à lire … « Canada/Mali : Commons committee hears UN appeal to extend Mali mission »
2019/14/02 – Le Chef de file de l’opposition politique au Burkina Faso, Zéphirin Diabré, a reçu en audience, ce mercredi, 13 février au siège de l’institution, à Ouagadougou, l’ambassadeur du Canada au Burkina. Selon les deux personnalités, les échanges ont porté sur les axes de coopération entre les deux pays. Continuer à lire … « Burkina/Canada – Coopération canado-burkinabè : L’ambassadeur Edmond R. Dejon Wega reçu en audience par le porte-parole de l’opposition »
An interview with Siddharth Chatterjee UN Resident Coordinator to Kenya by Nikkei Shimbun, Japan and reproduced by IPS. Continuer à lire … « Blue Economy: The New Frontier for Africa’s Growth & How Japan Can Help »
2019/30(01 – Family members of a Canadian mining executive who was kidnapped and killed by gunmen in western Africa said at his funeral Wednesday that his murder was senseless, but they also recognize he died while pursuing the work he was passionate about.Officials in the Burkina Faso government have said the body of Kirk Woodman of Halifax was found with bullet wounds on Jan. 16 in Oudalan province, in the northern Sahel region. Continuer à lire … « Geologist who was killed in Burkina Faso died while working job ‘he loved’:son »
2019/30(01 – GoviEx Uranium (TSXV: GXU) is studying the possibility of powering its flagship Madaouela project in northern Niger using a dedicated and renewable hybrid solar power solution.
In a press release, GoviEx explained that management is working together with Windiga Energy, with whom they have signed a memorandum of understanding, to determine if such an idea would be feasible. Continuer à lire … « Canadian miner wants its uranium project in Niger to be powered with renewable energy »