Hailemariam Desalegn’s resignation won’t stop unrest in Ethiopia

Last week, Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn announced his resignation,

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How Africa is trading away its long-term financial security

A lot is said about China’s growing investment in

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Why are Africans still waiting for visa-free travel?

In 2016, the African Union (AU) announced plans to

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Health & Security

South Sudan: UN identifies military officials accused of war crimes

United Nations investigators say they have identified more thanRead more

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Money & Markets

Djibouti seizes control of port run by Dubai firm

Djibouti’s government has seized control of a container portRead more

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Health & Security

Al-Shabaab demanding money child recruits from Somali villages

Militant group al-Shabaab is extorting large sums of moneyRead more

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Burundi police forcing people to vote in referendum that could extend Nkurunziza rule

Police in Burundi are forcing people to enrol ahead of a national referendum on making changes to the constitution that would allow President Pierre

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Money & Markets

Djibouti seizes control of port run by Dubai firm

Djibouti’s government has seized control of a container port operated by a company based in the United Arab Emirates, as trade relations between the

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Health & Security

South Sudan: UN identifies military officials accused of war crimes

United Nations investigators say they have identified more than 40 South Sudanese military officials accused of committing war comes and crimes against humanity.

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Energy & Environment

Relief Web: 3,000 Rwandan families face hunger due to drought

ReliefWeb says more than 3,000 families in Rwanda’s Eastern Province are facing hunger due to the impact of drought.

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