The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is calling for Rwandan authorities and Congolese refugees at the Kiziba refugee camp to put an end to clashes that resulted in the death of one refugee last week.
Tanzanian bloggers and online content creators won a temporary court order against government legislation forcing them to pay $900 per year in licencing fees.
More than 500 child soldiers have been freed in South Sudan this year as pressure on the country’s government and rebel groups to end the recruitment of children increases. In April, 112 boys and 95 girls took part in a
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has been examining events in Eritrea since the country first gained independence from Ethiopia in 1991. After a bitter 30-year war, tensions between the two countries remain and border disputes are a regular threat to stability
A Canadian citizen who spent more than 11 years imprisoned in Ethiopia has returned to his home in Toronto.
Ethiopia has declared a state of emergency after Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn announced his retirement on Thursday.
Kenya’s government has restored transmission for two TV stations that were shut down last week for attempting to broadcast Raila Odinga’s ceremonial inauguration.
Tanzania’s Catholic Church has accused President John Magufuli’s government of hurting democracy by suppressing freedom of expression.
More than 300 child soldiers have been released by armed groups in South Sudan, including 87 girls, the UN has said.
South Sudan is once against ranked among the world’s least democratic nations in the latest Freedom in the World report by Freedom House.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has raised the health assessment […]
The United Nations says armed groups in South Sudan have […]
The leader of Burundi’s main opposition group says the coalition […]
Ethiopia’s government has opened talks with exiled opposition group, the […]
At least 15 people were killed in Somalia over the […]