Mauritania

Mauritania in african newspapers

- ACHPR 62: Forging forward on freedom of expression
ARTICLE 19 will be raising concerns regarding the decline of freedom of expression at the African Commission on Human and People's Rights in Mauritania this week.
[IFEX] 25/04/2018
Ghana participates in International Economic Forum
Hon. Alan Kereymaten, The Minister of Trade and Industry of Ghana, took part in the International Economic Forum: Perspectives of economic growth in West Africa, held in the Canary Islands, Spain, on...
[Ghana Live] 24/04/2018
Mauritania:As Drought Keeps Men On the Road, Pastoralist Women Take Charge
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Mafoundou -Every year when the pastoralist men in Fatima Demba's Mauritanian village return from their months-long journey to find pastures and water, the women erupt in...
[AllAfrica] 23/04/2018
Mauritanian opposition to contest upcoming polls
Mauritania's opposition says it will contest upcoming legislative and municipal elections after previously boycotting votes in the country. The National Forum for Democracy and Unity (FNDU), seen as a...
[Modern Ghana] 22/04/2018
Mauritanian opposition to contest upcoming polls
Mauritania's opposition says it will contest upcoming legislative and municipal elections after previously boycotting votes in the country. The National Forum for Democracy and Unity (FNDU), seen as a...
[The New Age] 22/04/2018
AfDB to invest $12bn on renewables in Nigeria, 10 other countries to 2020
In its bid to improve energy development on the continent, the African Development Bank (AfDB) is spending 12 billion US dollars (6,396 billion FCFA) in Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia,...
[Energy Mix Report] 13/04/2018
Mauritania:Force Feeding Burdens Obese Girls With Diabetes, Heart Disease
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nouakchott -When Souadou Isselmou was made to eat buckets of porridge as a child in southern Mauritania, she hated it so much she would hide food under her armpits and...
[AllAfrica] 10/04/2018
Court gives toughest sentence to slave owners in Mauritania - Linda Ikeji
Two slave owners in Mauritania have been jailed in a country where slavery remains widespread but convictions rare. The sentences of 10 and 20 years are said to be the toughest-ever for the crime......
[Nigerian Bulletin] 01/04/2018
Mauritania court gives toughest sentence for slave owners
Two slave owners in Mauritania have been jailed in a country where slavery remains widespread but convictions rare, activists say. The sentences of 10 and 20 years are said to be the toughest-ever for...
[Citi97.3fm] 31/03/2018
Mauritania jails two slave owners
Two slave owners in Mauritania have been jailed in a country where slavery remains widespread but convictions rare, activists say. The sentences of 10 and 20 years are said to be the toughest-ever for...
[Starr Fm] 31/03/2018
Mauritania:Court Jails Slave Owners for Up to 20 Years
[Deutsche Welle] A court in Mauritania has sentenced two slave owners to between 10 and 20 years in jail. Human rights activists have celebrated the ruling, which they say is the harshest anti-slavery...
[AllAfrica] 31/03/2018
Mauritania jails 3 for up to 20 years for slavery
A Mauritanian court has jailed three people for between 10 and 20 years for slavery, a crime that critics say has gone widely unpunished in the conservative West African country. A judicial source...
[ANN7] 31/03/2018

Mauritania Newspapers

add your newspaper

Mauritania video news

Una cruel práctica obliga a las mujeres de (...)
24 April 2018 at 20:31

Mohamed Bouzaidi Goal || Morocco 1 vs 0 (...)
21 April 2018 at 16:39

Agbor Balla to Mauritania concerning Southern (...)
24 April 2018 at 20:46