Niger in african newspapers

- Niger: Journalist Ali Soumana granted provisional release after 2 months in detention
A High Court in Niger on September 11, 2017 granted provisional release to Ali Soumana, director of publication of a private weekly newspaper, Le Courrier, after more than two months in detention.
[IFEX] 22/09/2017
Niger: Floods Leave Tens of Thousands Homeless As Rebuilding Lags
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Niamey -"I used to have two houses, both of which collapsed with the rain"
[AllAfrica] 20/09/2017
Niger: Hundreds of Homes Destroyed in Flooding
[allAfrica] After last week's catastrophes in Maradi and Zinder, which left seven people dead and more than a thousand affected, torrential rains in the capital Niamey on Saturday destroyed several...
[AllAfrica] 31/08/2017
Africa: European Leaders Look to Stop Flow of Migrants
[RFI] The leaders of France, Germany, Italy and met in Paris with counterparts from Chad, Niger and Libya Monday in a bid to find ways to curb migration across the Mediterranean.
[AllAfrica] 29/08/2017
LAGOS: Dangote’s $450m sugar complex to create over 15k jobs
Dangote Group in Minna, Niger State signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the State Government for the establishment of a jumbo $450million state-of–art and fully integrated sugar complex....
[The African Business Fortune] 28/08/2017
- Journalist faces five years in prison for "publishing stolen documents"
Ali Soumana, publisher of the weekly "Le Courrier", has been held for publishing the public prosecutor's summing-up in a five-year-old legal dispute between Niger and a Lebanese company...
[IFEX] 17/07/2017