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Two months after conflict forced humanitarian workers to withdraw from the Tigray region of Ethiopia, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), on Tuesday, stressed the need for “swift action” to restore safe access to “save thousands of lives at risk”.
KAMPALA – Uganda’s government restored some internet access Monday after a five-day blackout during last week’s election that saw President
Rwanda on Friday became one of the first African countries to declare readiness to trade under the African
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Uganda’s youth are turning out in force ahead of Thursday’s presidential election, challenging longtime leader Yoweri Museveni.
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The government of Sudan is preparing to send troops to South Darfur state after the killing of 15 people in recent tribal violence.