26-Sep-2022 to 15:39

South Sudan peace precarious - UN

APA-Juba (South Sudan) — The international community urgently needs to pay more attention to the escalating violence proliferating at a local level all over South Sudan, warned United Nations-appointed human rights experts during a visit to New York which concluded on Sunday.

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15-Sep-2022 to 11:39

Amnesty Int’l calls on Zimbabwe to release protesting students

APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Rights group Amnesty International has called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to drop “sinister charges” against University of Zimbabwe students who have been protesting against a recent fees hike.

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14-Sep-2022 to 13:51

Conflict resolution: Rwanda, the pacesetter in Africa

APA - Dakar (Senegal) — More and more African countries are turning to Kigali’s expertise to deal with security crisis situations.

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30-Aug-2022 to 18:18

Joseph Kony: where is Africa's most elusive warlord?

APA-Kampala (Uganda) — Nothing much has been reported about Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony over the past few years, fuelling speculations about the whereabouts of Africa's most elusive rebel leader of the past 35 years.

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28-Aug-2022 to 10:13

What's behind Libya's renewed unrest?

APA-Tripoli (Libya) — Fighting resumed in Tripoli over the weekend as rival miitias battle for turf in the Libyan capital marked by heavy shelling in populated areas.

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26-Aug-2022 to 10:08

Ethiopian conflict: heartache for WHO's Ghebreyesus?

APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus may be the head of the World Health Organisation but as an Ethiopian citizen he is ''worried sick'' about the state of his relatives and acquaintances in his native country where fighting in the restive Tigray has resumed with deadly intent.

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25-Aug-2022 to 16:21

Ethiopia: The drumbeat of war sounds again

APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — The drumbeat of war is once again sounding ominously in Ethiopia as federal troops and rebels of the Tigray People's Liberation Front go for the slaughter, prompting plaintive calls by the African Union and the UN for a de-escalation.

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