Ethiopia’s prime minister Abiy Ahmed has publicly accused the country’s security forces of committing “terrorist acts” against citizens.
A group of Kenyan doctors has lost its appeal to the country’s Employee and Labour Relations Court, attempting to block the deployment of Cuban doctors across the African nation.
Authorities in Uganda have arrested former police chief Army general Kale Kayihura over the killing of a senior police spokesperson in 2017.
South Sudan’s top rebel leader Riek Machar has accepted an invitation from Ethiopian prime minister Abiy Ahmed to attend talks with South Sudan President Salva Kiir next week.
The United Nations’ peacekeeping chief Jean-Pierre Lacroix says security in Sudan’s Darfur Region “has changed radically for the better”.
Ethiopia says it will abide by a peace agreement designed to end conflict with neighbouring Eritrea and accept an international ruling on its shared border with the country.
The US military says an air strike against Somali extremist group al-Shabaab killed 12 militants on Thursday.
Oxfam says urgent action is needed to prevent millions of people in South Sudan from being hit by famine.
Piracy off the coast of Somalia is on the rise again, according to the latest annual State of Piracy report by the non-profit One Earth Future’s Oceans Beyond Piracy (OBP) program.
The United Nations says armed groups in South Sudan have released 210 child soldiers as it continues to push for the release of all children fighting in the country’s civil war.
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