African Envoys Accuse Egyptian Official of Racism
African ambassadors have demanded that Egypt be barred from representing the continent after its head of delegation allegedly referred to sub-Saharan Africans as "dogs and slaves" during a recent UN conference in Kenya.
Al Jazeera, 1 June 2016
Cairo has said it will investigate accusations that a senior Egyptian official referred to sub-Saharan Africans as "dogs and slaves" during a recent UN conference in Kenya. Read more »
Delegates in a session during the second United Nations Environmental Assembly in Nairobi.
Nation, 31 May 2016
African diplomats attached to the United Nations Environmental Programme in Nairobi have accused an Egyptian envoy of making racist remarks during the recent environmental… Read more »
East African, 31 May 2016
Egypt has protested against accusations that the leader of its delegation to the recent United Nations Environmental Assembly in Nairobi used racist language. Read more »