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  • April 25, 2024

Mali’s political parties appeal to Supreme Court

A group of Malian political parties and civil society organisations appealed to the Supreme Court on Monday to annul the junta’s ban on political activities. In a statement, the group said …

Rwanda says it is ready for migrants deported from UK

The Rwandan government said Tuesday it welcomes the decision by the British parliament to approve its migrant deportation bill. The legislation was finally pushed through late on Monday, two years after it …

Niger and US begin talks on withdrawal of American troops

Talks have begun between the authorities in Niger and the US for the withdrawal of American troops stationed in two airbases in the sahelian nation. On Tuesday both parties gave confirmation …

Israeli airstrike hits Gaza’s Khan Younis

Israeli airstrikes hit a densely populated refugee camp in Gaza’s southern city of Khan Younis on Thursday, leveling more than eight homes belonging to the extended Abu Shamala family. The strikes …

Airstrikes kill over 40 in Khartoum’s market as fighting intensifies in Sudan

Air strikes on Sunday (Sep. 10) on an open market south of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, killed at least 46 people, activists and a medical group said. Over 50 others were wounded …

Sudan’s military chief freezes bank accounts of rival paramilitary group amid truce attempts

Sudan’s military chief has ordered the freezing of all bank accounts belonging to a rival paramilitary force. The two sides have battled for weeks across Sudan, pushing the troubled country to …

DeadBody of Zambian student killed in Russia – Ukraine War to be repatriated

The body of a Zambian student who was recruited from a Russian prison and killed in fighting in Ukraine will be repatriated to his family on Sunday, the Zambian government said …

Central Africa says border nation bombed its troops and Russian allies

The Central African government said a plane that flew back to a neighboring country bombed a base of its army and Russian paramilitary allies in the northwest on Monday, threatening retaliation. …

children continue to suffer the consequences of war UN Report

Children have continued to suffer the consequences of man-made conflict in 2021, despite some progress, the United Nations said on Tuesday. Almost 40 per cent of all killing and maiming cases …

UN to transfer 6,750 Ethiopians trapped in Yemen war

The U.N. migration agency on Tuesday announced plans to transfer at least 6,750 Ethiopian migrants from war-torn Yemen to their home country in the coming months. The UN agency appealed for …

MINUSMA cites restrictions on movement by Malian army

The Malian army has prevented the United Nation’s mission in Mali from patrolling Djenne, in the centre of the country, a hotbed of violence and jihadist activity. This is the latest …

Biden sends US ground troops to Somalia

Several hundred American troops may return to Somalia after authorisation by U.S. President,  Joe Biden for their redeployment. Some U.S. officials revealed on Monday after Donald Trump ordered their withdrawal during …

W.H.O chief uses Ukraine war to question racial equality

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has highlighted coverage of the Ukraine war to question whether the world “gives equal attention to black and white lives”. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus …