On an October 24-26 visit to Mozambique, Rwandan President Paul Kagame was praised for the progress his country has made since the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, in which an estimated 800,000 people were slaughtered in a 100-day bloodbath. After
Eight soldiers were killed on Monday during a car bomb attack on a Somali military training camp.
The United Nations is calling on the African Union (AU) to investigate reports citing human rights violations in Eritrea.
Thousands of Eritreans have gathered in Geneva to protest against human rights violations committed by the regime in their home country.
A hotel attack carried out by Al-Shabaab in the Somali capital has killed 16 people, including a state minister.
Human Rights Watch says at least 400 people have been killed by Ethiopian security forces since November 2015, during peaceful protests in the Oromia region.
Eritrea claims more than 200 Ethiopian troops were killed in the latest border clash between the two countries.
Eritrea has accused its former ruler Ethiopia of staging attacks across a shared border, as tensions between the two countries continue to escalate.
The United Nations has accused Eritrea’s government of committing crimes against humanity for the last 25 years.
The European Union is considering plans to work with African nations Sudan and Eritrea on stemming the flow of migrants entering southern Europe.
Rwanda and Tanzania have agreed to build a Standard Gauge Railway […]
Sudan has sent more troops to its border with Eritrea […]
An independent body monitoring a ceasefire agreed by South Sudan’s […]
Ethiopia has banned people from foreign countries adopting children over […]
South Sudan is investigating a potential outbreak of viral haemorrhagic fever […]