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In the eight years after the mosquito’s arrival in Djibouti, the country reported a 40-fold increase in yearly malaria cases, Tadesse says.A major malaria outbreak in Ethiopia came from an invasive Asian mosquito|Jake Buehler|November 2, 2022|Science News
He returned in January from his 12th overseas assignment, in Djibouti in eastern Africa.Military towns are the most racially integrated places in the U.S. Here’s why|Sujata Gupta|February 8, 2022|Science News
Proponents hope the completed tree line, which will extend from Senegal to Djibouti, will not only hold back the desert from expanding southward, but also bring improved food security and millions of jobs to the region.Africa’s ‘Great Green Wall’ could have far-reaching climate effects|Carolyn Gramling|January 3, 2022|Science News
The TPLF and its allies are threatening to block roads into the city and to throttle road and rail networks that link Ethiopia, a landlocked country, to shipments from Djibouti.Ethiopia's Tigray Conflict Demands International Attention. Time Is Running Out|Aanu Adeoye|November 16, 2021|Time
In November, Djibouti, in the Horn of Africa, recorded two years’ worth of rainfall in a single day.
What is happening in Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Djibouti is nothing short of a calamity.
One of the first demands made by Italy was for the port and town of Djibouti, which is under French sway.The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference|Emile Joseph Dillon