Amnesty International says a shell company operating in the heart of London brokered an arms deal worth $46 million to war-torn South Sudan.
The British government downplayed the severity of human rights abuses taking place in Eritrea so it could avoid taking in refugees from the African country.
Lawmakers in Uganda introduced a bill that will allow President […]
More than 200 renewable energy experts are meeting in Rwanda […]
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) says more than 3,300 Congolese […]
Uganda has banned “illegal” protests over plans to remove presidential […]
Burundi vice-president Gaston Sindimwo says the country is committed to fighting […]