2018/03/20 – Senegal’s government has closed more than a dozen schools linked to a man the Turkish government considers a terrorist, underlining Turkey’s growing influence in predominantly Muslim West Africa. Continuer à lire … « Senegal/Turkey – Senegal closes schools linked to Turkish cleric in exile #Gulen »
2018/03/17 – Aura Energy PLC said Friday interim losses narrowed after listing costs the previous year disappeared as it continued to progress its Tiris uranium project in Mauritania amid a spin-off of its Swedish business. Continuer à lire … « Mauritania – Aura Energy Interim Loss Narrows As Advances Mauritania #Uranium Mine »
2018/03/15 – Legalising migrants can boost economic growth, improve international relations and prevent radicalisation.
Algeria and Morocco have for the past decade been important transit and stopover countries for migrants moving to Europe. Many also stop to seek informal work in Algeria’s $548.3 billion hydrocarbon economy and Morocco’s $257.3 billion diversified economy. Continuer à lire … « Algeria and Morocco’s Migrant Policies Could Prevent Violent Extremism »
2018/03/15 – French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb has discussed with Algerian officials, during his visit to Algeria, the issues of secret immigration, organized crime, combating terrorism and exchange of security information about extremist groups that are active in the African coast. Continuer à lire … « French Interior Minister Visits Algeria, Discusses Immigration, Organized Crime #Terrorism »
2018/03/14 – Boosting NATO’s support to Mauritania’s ability to plan for civil emergencies and telemedicine was discussed on Monday (12 March 2018) by experts from Mauritania, France and Romania. Continuer à lire … « NATO scientific project to help Mauritania with civil protection and health #Terrorism #Security »
2013/03/13 – Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb discussed here on Sunday with Mauritanian Ambassador to Egypt Weddadi Ould Sidi Haiba, ways to enhance relations between Egypt’s renowned Islamic institution and Mauritania in various cultural, religious and scientific fields. Continuer à lire … « Mauritanian envoy discusses ways to enhance ties with Al-Azhar »
2018/03/11 – The proceeds of this year’s edition of Ataya, a charity exhibition organised by the Emirates Red Crescent, ERC, will be dedicated to the development of infrastructure and health projects in Dali Gimb, a village in Mauritanian, where half the population is suffering from congenital blindness.The disease is inherited by children from their visually impaired parents and is the result of genetic disorders.