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Djibouti, East Africa
Population: 828,000
Chief of State: President Ismaïl Omar Guelleh
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed
Christians: 1.8%
Evangelical Christians: 0.1%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 62.79 Years
Literacy Rate: 70%
Population Below Poverty Line: 18.8%
Refugees Living in Djibouti: 24,362

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The London Court of International Arbitration ruled that Djibouti must pay US$385 million compensation to UAE port operator DP World. DP World has for 13 years operated a port in Djibouti that receives goods for landlocked Ethiopia. They have a 50-year contract on the port operations which Djibouti cancelled saying the deal was compromising its national sovereignty. This ruling is a big blow for Djibouti’s economic situation. Pray that Djibouti will act wisely and honestly. Also pray that all the foreign businesses that are involved in Djibouti’s ports will operate with equity and bring genuine economic benefits to Djibouti’s citizens (The Bible, Proverbs 11:3).

Djibouti ordered to pay $385 million to DP World (AfricaNews)

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Djibouti, East Africa
Population: 828,000
Chief of State: President Ismaïl Omar Guelleh
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed
Christians: 1.8%
Evangelical Christians: 0.1%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 62.79 Years
Literacy Rate: 70%
Population Below Poverty Line: 18.8%
Refugees Living in Djibouti: 24,362

Pray for Djibouti - facebook page

The London Court of International Arbitration ruled that Djibouti must pay US$385 million compensation to UAE port operator DP World. DP World has for 13 years operated a port in Djibouti that receives goods for landlocked Ethiopia. They have a 50-year contract on the port operations which Djibouti cancelled saying the deal was compromising its national sovereignty. This ruling is a big blow for Djibouti’s economic situation. Pray that Djibouti will act wisely and honestly. Also pray that all the foreign businesses that are involved in Djibouti’s ports will operate with equity and bring genuine economic benefits to Djibouti’s citizens (The Bible, Proverbs 11:3).

Djibouti ordered to pay $385 million to DP World (AfricaNews)