18 April 18

UN: DRC aid conference raises $582m from donors

The United Nations says donors pledged $528 million for humanitarian issues in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) at a recent gathering in Geneva.

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15 April 18

Israel fails to strike deal with Rwanda, Uganda over African migrants

Israel has failed to secure deals with Rwanda and Uganda over the relocation of thousands of African migrants in the Middle East country.

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14 April 18

Somalia: 5 killed in football stadium bomb blast

Five football fans were killed and several others wounded on Thursday when a bomb exploded at a packed stadium in Barawe, southern Somalia.

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12 April 18

Rwandan peacekeeper killed in Central African Replublic

A Rwandan peacekeeper was killed in Central African Republic (CAR) on Tuesday during a clash with armed criminal groups.

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12 April 18

DRC: Six park rangers killed in attack at Virunga wildlife sanctuary

Five park rangers and a driver were killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Monday, during an ambush at Virunga National Park.

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10 April 18

Dozens of Sudanese troops killed in Yemen

Dozens of Sudanese troops have been killed by rebels in Yemen, military sources said on Saturday.

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09 April 18

Djibouti: US military resumes air operations after suspension

The US military has resumed air operations in Djibouti days after grounding all of its aircraft in the East African nation.

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08 April 18

Eritrea tells Ethiopia: Ball remains in your court, regarding peace

Eritrea has responded to comments from Ethiopia’s new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, calling for reconciliation between the two countries by telling him the ball remains in Ethiopia’s court.

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03 April 18

Israel backtracks on deal to resettle African migrants

Israel has backtracked on a deal struck with the UN to resettle African migrants currently residing in the Middle East nation, hours after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced the agreement on national television.

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03 April 18

CPJ: Kenyan journalists assaulted by police at Nairobi airport

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is calling on authorities in Kenya to investigate the assault of journalists by police at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

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