Shoes in Ethiopia
Egyptians and Ethiopians clashed in the streets of Cairo, Egypt on Tuesday, following the arrest of an Egyptian security official at the scene of a police operation to arrest a number of suspected Al Shabaab terrorists with a plan to bomb two hotels on the Egyptian side of the Egyptian-Egyptian border on June 13.
The attack, which led to the death of an Egyptian security official who was on duty around the time of the attack and is thought to have taken place in a hotel nearby on June 17, marked the first time at least three Al Shabaab members were killed in an Egyptian security operation.
There were heavy clashes between security forces and Al Shabaab supporters and demonstrators, with some police forcing Al Shabaab fighters out on their balconies and forcing them into the streets.
Police have arrested a number of suspects at the Cairo hotel, while at least 17 others were detained by forces involved in operations, which the opposition said had cost them their lives after hundreds gathered for the campaign.
Shoes in Ethiopia
On February 10, the Ethiopian government granted permission for the installation of a new security barrier in the Togo border with Sudan for the next seven months. The barrier covers about 70 km of a two square mile (50 m2) area surrounding the border fence wall between Sudan and Ethiopia, a country on the African side of the border.
Egypt supports Sudanese resistance as well as the fighting against the Sudanese regime in Goham on April 5 at the U.S. embassy in Cairo. The U.S. also supports the Sudanese government in Mombasa, where U.S. military personnel were involved in fighting the Sudanese regime. It was established as a military outpost with a U.S. Army base in 1994.
The U.S. says that Sudan is part of the Sudanese “anti-sabotage” campaign, which also includes a U.S. Special Forces outpost in Khartoum, where the U.S. has participated in fighting with Sudanese rebels in March 2014.
The U.S. government’s support for Sudan’s military activity is part of a strategy based on its involvement as an ally in the region. The U.S. has deployed its troops and equipment, which are in Ethiopia, to fight against Sudanese rebels.
In January, the Obama administration announced the plan to upgrade and strengthen Ethiopian security and border guards. The U.S. was