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FAO partnership working to establish guidelines for certification of farmed fish

Uganda: Why South Sudan Cattle Rustlers Keep Terrorising Northern Uganda

By Tobbias Jolly OwinyWhen Uganda and South Sudan leaders agreed in March to work together to stop cattle rustling, illegal logging and smuggling of...

Zimbabwe: Zapu Under Siege, Leaders Allege Being Hunted By CIO, Military

By Leopold MunhendeMthulisi Hanana, the director of the Dumiso Dabengwa Foundation is on the run, officials at Zapu have claimed. Hanana reportedly slipped out of...
New celebration of Armistice Day proposed

Liberia: Govt, Cop Engage in Hate Messages, Divisive Slogan for June 7 Protest

By Abednego DavisThe Alliance Monitoring Mission (AMM), an arm of the Alliance for Transitional Justice (ATJ), a human rights group that comprises of 16...
U.S. forces capture Snoul, Cambodia

Kenya: Terror Attack – Several People Feared Dead in Wajir

By Kennedy Kimanthi and Bruhan MakongSeveral people including police officers are feared dead after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) went off at Konton area...
South Vietnamese defenders hold on to An Loc

Nigeria: Army Court-Martials 3 Officers, 11 Soldiers Over Murder, Kidnapping

A serving Major, 2 Staff Sergeants and 11 Soldiers from 6 Division of the Nigerian Army, Port Harcourt were, on Saturday, court martialled at...

Uganda: UPDF Soldiers Grab Bobi Wine’s Promoter From Press Conference

By Jalira NamyaloKampala — UPDF soldiers have arrested Mr Andy John Mukasa, the proprietor of Bajjo Events and Marketing Agency Limited, at a press...
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Sudan: Stopping a Spiral Into Civil War

analysis Sudan's political transition is in great peril following the unprovoked killing of dozens of protesters. The African Union has rightly suspended the country's membership....

Zimbabwe: August 1 Killings – Only 35 to Be Compensated

By Tinashe KairizaGovernment is reviewing the eligibility of only 35 cases for compensation in the aftermath of the August 1 2018 shootings, amid growing...
Locusts could reach India and Pakistan

Africa: Violence Against Christians On the Rise in Africa

The African continent is seeing an increasing number of violent attacks on Christians. Church representatives are particularly at risk of being targeted ― as...

Gambia: UDP Leader Explains His Hideout During July 22nd Coup

By Yankuba JallowLawyer Abubacar NM Ousainou Darboe, the party leader of the United Democratic Party (UDP) has told the TRRC that he went into...
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Africa: The Need for Good Governance and Peaceful Electioneering Process in Africa

document A PRESENTATION BY DR. GOODLUCK E. JONATHAN CHAIRMAN GOODLUCK JONATHAN FOUNDATION (GJF) AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE (ILC) ORGANIZED BY THE UNIVERSAL PEACE FEDERATION,...
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Burkina Faso’s Atrocities in the Name of Security Will Help Terrorists’ Ranks

press release Burkina Faso is in the grips of a dangerous threat from armed Islamist fighters who are murdering civilians and threatening to destabilize other...
South Vietnamese defenders hold on to An Loc

Somalia: AMISOM Equips Somalia’s Security Forces With Specialised Containers

In order to enhance the capacity of the Somali security forces as they intensify operations to liberate the country from militants, the African Union...
U.S. forces capture Snoul, Cambodia

Somalia: Premature IED Detonation Kills 4 Al-Shabaab Militants in Garissa, Kenya

Somali based terror group Harakat Shabaab Mujahideen has dealt a huge blow after 4 group's operatives were killed while planting an IED in Hulugho...

Ahead of 2020 elections, situation in Burundi shows encouraging signs but remains fragile

The situation deteriorated sharply in April 2015, when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced that he would run for a controversial third term, seen by many...
New celebration of Armistice Day proposed

Africa: ‘Ghana Is the Safest Country in West Africa’ – President Akufo-Addo

press release President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has described Ghana as the safest in the West African region and has called on Africans in the...
South Vietnamese defenders hold on to An Loc

Tanzania: Averting Violence in Zanzibar’s Knife-Edge Election

analysis Next year's elections in Zanzibar, the semi-autonomous Tanzanian archipelago, will be hard fought. With the ruling party changing the rules in its favour, they...
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South Africa: You Can Now Stream Some Sporting Events Live On Showmax

Cape Town — Showmax is branching out and adding both pre-recorded and live sport content to its current line-up of TV series, movies and...

Kenya Says Al-Shabaab Members Died in Premature Bomb Blast

Four al-Shabab militants were killed after an improvised explosive device (IED) they were setting up apparently detonated prematurely in Kenya's coastal Lamu region early...

UN suspending handover of camps in Darfur, peacekeeping chief tells Security Council

Briefing the Security Council on Friday, UN Peacekeeping chief, Jean Pierre Lacroix, said that the bloody 3 June military crackdown in the capital Khartoum,...
Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space

Somalia: Time to Consider Negotiating With Al-Shabaab in Somalia?

analysis By Akinola OlojoThe use of force hasn’t worked, and negotiation is one of several non-military options for preventing terrorism. 'I knew how to found al-Shabaab,...
Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space

East Africa: Time’s Up for Military Junta in Khartoum

editorial For one fleeting moment after former Sudanese strongman Hassan Omar al-Bashir was removed from power in April, optimists dared hope that a military regime...

Sudan: Abul – Majd Calls for All-Military Sovereign Council

Khartoum — Chair of People's Alliance Party and member coalition of national accord parties , Dr Osman Abul-Majd has called the forces of freedom...

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