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President of Djibouti set to sue Facebook
Monday March 21, 2016
Guelleh is suing Facebook (Simon Maina/AFP/Getty Images)
THE president of Djibouti, a small country located on the horn of Africa, has lodged a High Court action in Dublin against Facebook.
It is not clear why Ismaïl Omar Guelleh is suing but he has hired Johnsons solicitors, a firm based in Belfast that has been used by Hollywood celebrities to take defamation cases in Dublin, Belfast and London. Paul Tweed, a partner with Johnsons, declined to comment yesterday saying it would be inappropriate to do so.
Guelleh has been president of Djibouti since 1999 when he took over from his uncle. The country is in the middle of a presidential election campaign, with the vote scheduled for April 8. Opposition parties have called for a boycott of the poll because of a lack of electoral reforms.
Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi receives Somali president
- Emirates 247
Puntland troops consolidate gains, capture 29 militants
Militants storm Somalia army base, claim many killed
70 Al-Shabaab militants killed in N. Somalia: official
Somali militants overrun military base, killing at least one
UAE Ambassador in Somalia meets with UN Special Representative
At Least 6 Somali Soldiers Killed in Militant Attack
Uganda Opposition Leader Marks 1 Month Under House Arrest
Apple, US govt to face off in court over iPhone privacy
KDF kills 40 Shabaab, captures commander
- The Star
UAE sends more than 1,000 tonnes of food to Somalia in response to drought
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