Mali: German troops leave the Sahel

The German armed forces have announced that they will withdraw from Mali and from their participatio

Iberdrola begins construction of the East Anglia Three offshore wind farm in the United Kingdom
Iberdrola has begun construction in the UK of the East Anglia Three offshore wind farm, which will have a capacity of 1,400 megawatts (MW), enough to supply 1.3 million homes with clean energy, more than the populations of Liverpool and Glasgow combined.
New clashes in Yemen complicate hopes for peace

Clashes over control of Yemen's oil-rich southern lands continue.

The nightmare of sleeping in Ukraine and waking up in Russia

Russia heats up its annexation machine, a necessity for victory
 

NAMA facilitates access for 16,000 women-owned enterprises to participate in various value chains in South Africa
During a recent field visit to South Africa, NAMA Women Advancement (NAMA) reviewed both the achievements and challenges of its “Stimulating Equal Opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs” flagship programme, launched in the country in partnership with UN Women in 2018 to remove structural barriers to gender equality and foster women’s economic empowerment.
"De cara al mundo": international analysis on Onda Madrid
"De cara al mundo", the programme on Onda Madrid directed and presented by Javier Fernández Arribas, director of Atalayar, takes a weekly look at current affairs on the international scene.
Algeria threatens to apply for BRICS membership

Algeria's president, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, hinted in early August that the North African country may apply to

Ethiopia begins new phase of the Grand Renaissance Dam

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), one of the most expensive initiatives in recent history

Blinken calls on Rwanda to end the support of rebel groups

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken's tour of Africa comes to an end.

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