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    Time running out for Egypt, Ethiopia over Nile issue

    Time running out for Egypt, Ethiopia over Nile issue

    Are Egypt’s rational diplomatic efforts and new water preservation policies enough to save the country from a looming water crisis?

    China-Russia trade volume surges in 2018

    China-Russia trade volume surges in 2018

    As the EU and US turn up the sanctions on Russia, Moscow looks eastward for lucrative trade ties.

    China to ease foreign investors’ access to markets

    China to ease foreign investors’ access to markets

    Foreign and local investors will be on par when they bid for investments as part of the Made in China 2025 campaign.

    China to expand renewable energy development

    China to expand renewable energy development

    The government is fast-tracking the manufacturing of “green” cars.

    Learn from Iraq, Libya Lavrov warns US

    Learn from Iraq, Libya Lavrov warns US

    Washington was not looking at the long-term effects of meddling in Syria’s sovereignty, Lavrov previously said.

    Xi: Build the navy to a world-class force

    Xi: Build the navy to a world-class force

    Xi watched as the J-15 Shenyang (or Flying Shark) fighter jet took off and landed on the Liaoning aircraft carrier.

    FDI in China steadily growing – report

    FDI in China steadily growing – report

    Meanwhile, China continues to invest overseas to the tune of at least $180 billion a year.

    Zambia turns to tourism as economic stimulus

    Zambia turns to tourism as economic stimulus

    BRICS tourists are fast becoming an essential market for the Zambian tourism industry.

    Climate change will impact Africa food security – UN

    Climate change will impact Africa food security – UN

    The UN wants Africa to refocus agricultural efforts on "traditional" crops that were neglected in recent decades.

    US sanctions hit Russian businesses

    US sanctions hit Russian businesses

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev called the sanctions illegitimate and unacceptable.

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