Africa CDC backs Kenya Govt ban on private importation of vaccines

The decision by the Kenyan government to ban the importation, sale and use of privately procured vaccines has received the support of Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, Africa CDC. The continental agency, which...

Top UN refugee agency official in Ethiopia replaced

The UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) has replaced its deputy head in Ethiopia, Mathijs Le Rutte, after the government raised concerns about his impartiality over the conflict in Tigray, reliable sources have told...

African Union decries violence in Mozambique, calls for Int’l response to terrorism

The African Union has denounced violence in the Cabo Delgado province in northern Mozambique that recently endured multiple terrorist attacks, and has urged the international community to step up security and humanitarian efforts in...

ICC Appeals Chamber upholds decision acquitting Laurent Gbagbo

The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) delivered its judgment on the Prosecutor's appeal against Trial Chamber’s decision of 15 January 2019, which had acquitted, Former Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo. The Hague-based court...

Presidential guards in Niger repel ‘attempted coup’ in Niamey

Presidential guards in Niger's capital Niamey repelled 'the attempted coup' on Tuesday night just days before President-elect Mohamed Bazoum is scheduled to be sworn-in, Abdourahamane Zakaria, a government spokesman, said on Wednesday. Earlier in the...

Running away from terror: Mozambique’s Palma attack survivors tell their escape stories

Residents of Palma, a small town in northern Mozambique, were forced to suddenly leave their homes and run for their lives, spending several days without food or water in the wild after a brutal...

Suez Canal reopens after stranded ship is freed

Traffic has resumed in the Suez Canal after a stranded container ship blocking it for nearly a week was finally freed by salvage crews. Tug boats honked their horns in celebration as the 400m-long (1,300ft)...

Sudanese Gov’t, People’s Liberation Movement sign declaration of principles

Sudan's transitional government and the People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) on Sunday signed a Declaration of Principles on the comprehensive settlement of the conflict, the executive director of World Food Program (WFP), David Beasley, who...

More than 320 ships waiting for Suez Canal to unblock

As attempts to unlock the Suez Canal continue, 321 ships are waiting to pass through, the head of the waterway authority, Osama Rabie, said Saturday. The 1,300-feet-long container ship Ever Given has been stuck in...

Train collision in Egypt’s Sohag left 19 dead, 185 injured

The train collision in Egypt’s southern province of Sohag has resulted in the deaths of 19 individuals, while the number of those injured has risen to 185, Health Minister Hala Zayed said on Saturday. Remarks...
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