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Occidental inks sell Anadarkos Africa assets to Total

Vicki Hollub, President and Chief Executive Officer of Occidental Petroleum Corp., speaks at CERAWeek 2017 of the IHS Markit Conference in Houston, Texas. F. Carter Smith | Bloomberg | Getty Images Occidental Petroleum has reached an agreement to sell the oil and gas reserves of Anadarko Petroleum in Africa to the French oil company Total for $ 8.8 billion. The …

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Golden Hour at the Horn of Africa

In the Horn of Africa, a region at the strategic crossroads of the Middle East, North Africa and the Sahel, political changes are on a scale that has not been seen since the post-Cold War period. However, the risks and opportunities for the United States that cause these tectonic shifts have largely been neglected. As the development situation in Sudan …

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Floods in South Africa: The death toll after Durban rain rises to 60

Image copyright Reuters Caption The rains have led to landslides that destroyed property and roads Flooding and mudslides in the South African city of Durban and the wider province of KwaZulu-Natal have killed at least 60 people, officials say. A six-month-old baby and a small child are among the dead. 19659007] According to President Cyril Ramaphosa, who flew to the …

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United Airlines returns to Africa with seasonal flights to Cape Town

United Airlines has been investing heavily in ultra-long-haul flights recently, as the airline has started routes such as Houston from Sydney and San Francisco to Singapore. The airline has now announced another ultra-long-haul flight At this time, the airline returns to Africa (United flew last on their route Houston to Lagos to Africa, which was discontinued a few years ago.) …

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State Department warns Americans in 35 countries, including parts of Africa and Mexico, of kidnappings

The announcement comes a few days after American tourist Kimberly Sue Endicott and her tour guide were rescued by security forces after being abducted at Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda. High-threat countries, including Uganda, are now labeled with a "K" in order to "give US citizens a clearer picture of the risks of abduction and hostage taking by criminal …

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Suspected rhinos were killed by an elephant eaten by lions in South Africa

The incident occurred after the man and four others entered the park to target rhinos, according to a park duty statement released on Friday. His family was notified by his fellow combatants late Tuesday, and a search party led by Kruger's regional manager Don English set about retrieving the body. The Rangers walked and the police flew over the area, …

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