Ethiopia reacts to European ‘weak antimoney laundering regime’ list

Ethiopia reacts to European weak antimoney laundering regime list

The government of Ethiopia reacted today to the European Commission list of third countries with weak antimoney laundering and terrorist financing regimes, which includes Ethiopia.

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Over half a million babies die in conflict zones, report says

Over half a million babies die in conflict zones, report says

At least 550,000 babies are thought to have died as a result of armed conflict between 2013 and 2017 in the 10 worst-affected countries, according to new analysis by Save the Children — an average of well over 100,000 every year.

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How sea-based drug trade undermines democracy

How the sea-based drug trade undermines democracy

The east African coast plays an increasingly significant role in the global heroin trade. Heroin is shipped from Afghanistan via a network of maritime routes stretching along East and Southern Africa. Known as the ‘southern route’, this trade corridor is increasingly used by drug traffickers as a route for illicit shipment to Western Europe.

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