Mon 12 September 2016, The Guardian

Middle East’s leaders cross the Red Sea to woo east Africa

By Jason Burke
For Nairobi’s commuters, summer has brought more woes than usual. Along with the demonstrations, road accidents and downpours that frequently cause gridlock in Kenya’s capital, there has been an almost weekly shutdown as foreign VIPs fly in. “Of course people are annoyed … but some rather like it. We are...
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