16-Aug-2019 to 21:07

Bearing the brunt of Libya's conflict

APA-Tripoli (Libya) — Since the battle for the Libyan capital Tripoli began in April this year, health workers and their facilities including hospitals have bore the brunt of the violence, raising international concern about the humanitarian implications of the conflict.

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16-Aug-2019 to 10:50

Harare turns into war zone, protesters injured

APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — The central business district of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare was turned into a war zone on Friday as protesters clashed with the police following the court dismissal of an application by the opposition to reverse a ban on an anti-government ban.

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13-Aug-2019 to 10:13

S/Sudan's Jonglei: Closing the chapter of bloodshed

APA-Juba (South Sudan) — “This is a year of peace. Anybody that has benefited from our suffering, you go and look for something to eat from somewhere else not from our blood!”, says the Acting Governor of Jonglei area at the end of a two-day peace dialogue in Bor, funded by UNDP – the United Nations Development Programme – in collaboration with the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

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05-Aug-2019 to 13:50

UN urges Eid truce in battle for Tripoli

APA-Tripoli(Libya) — The special representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the UN Support Mission in Libya, Ghassan Salama has called for a truce in the battle for the capital Tripoli to coincide with the Muslim feast of Eid-dul-Adha next weekend to allow for humanitarian aid to reach those in dire need.

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02-Aug-2019 to 08:23

Will Mozambique's latest peace pact hold?

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — On a large marquee set up on a packed football field on the foot of the Gorongosa mountain, Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi and Ossufo Momade, the leader of the main opposition Renamo party, Thursday signed a deal to end almost half a century of hostilities that left over one million people killed.

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17-Jul-2019 to 16:32

Cameroon anglophones 'forced to fund' secessionist conflict

APA-Yaoundé (Cameroon) By Félix Cyriaque Ebolé Bola — English speakers obliged, forced to finance secession war in Cameroon - Several nationals of Cameroon’s English-speaking North-West and South-West regions have told APA that they live under constant pressure from armed secessionist militias who are demanding money transfers in order to support the war against the federal government.

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04-Jul-2019 to 08:22

Search teams still comb Tripoli air strike site

APA-Tripoli (Libya) — Rescue teams are still searching for bodies buried in the rubble of a suburb in Tripoli which was targeted by a deadly air strike, APA learnt on Thursday.

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