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China gets naval base in Djibouti —and Namibia? | World War 4 Report

15.12.15

China gets naval base in Djibouti —and Namibia? | World War 4 Report: Nambia's President Hage Geingob is said to have discussed the idea in a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of a China-Africa summit in Johannesburg last week. Geingob was nailed on the rumors by the BBC's quaintly aggressive HardTalk program. Geingob responded somewhat equivocally, stating that such a decision "would not be done in secret." He added that it would be considered "if the Chinese come to us with a proposal, like everyone else does... Americans asked for the same thing, we did not decide on any of them." (New Era, Mail


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