|Mass protests shake Djibouti|
afrol News, 26 February - Police forces in Djibouti have arrested up to 300 protesters as mass demonstrations against last week's allegedly rigged polls shook the capital yesterday and today. Most opposition leaders were also arrested in police raids.
|Djibouti opposition leaders freed|
afrol News, 20 February - Djibouti's government today has confirmed that it has freed the country's three main opposition leaders, arrested following this weekend's massive protests. Meanwhile, the army warns against new protests.
|Spark of rebellion reaches Djibouti|
afrol News, 9 February - Djibouti yesterday saw its first violent unrests, organised by students, and now the opposition calls for "general protests" on 18 February against President Ismaïl Omar Guelleh's intention to seek a third term.
|Djibouti desperate for energy investors|
afrol News, 19 January - With power consumption steadily rising, also through new businesses opening in Djibouti, electricity production remains erratic and causes increased outages. Government desperately seeks investors, new documentation reveals.
|African Horn migration routes shifting|
afrol News, 2 December - Departure points for an often deadly boat trip from Africa to Yemen may be shifting from Puntland to Somaliland, with Djibouti remaining the main transit point. Coastguards now receive training to halt and to rescue migrants.
|Djibouti port drives national growth|
afrol News, 16 November - Djibouti is attracting investments at a great scale, but economic growth remains slower than in the region, new data show. A boom in Ethiopian trade and use of the Djibouti port however secures sustainable growth.
|Regional cooperation key to uprooting Somali piracy|
afrol News, 30 January - Efforts to uproot piracy in the Somali waters received a further boost when Indian Ocean and Red Sea countries pledged to cooperate in seizing, investigating and prosecuting pirates off the coast of war-ravaged Somalia in a stepped-up campaign to curb a scourge that has wrought havoc with international shipping, including delivery of emergency food aid.
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