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Security Worsens In Eastern Democratic Republic Of Congo Despite Military Takeover

Islamic State-linked militants killed 19 people on Aug. 27 as military and civilian authorities traded blame games. The post Security Worsens In Eastern Democratic Republic Of Congo Despite Military Takeover appeared first on Zenger News.

#FixTheCountry: Ghanaians Take To The Streets And Social Media To Demand Constitutional Changes

Ghanaians protest over a range of issues, including a limping economy and suppression of press freedom. The post #FixTheCountry: Ghanaians Take To The Streets And Social Media To Demand Constitutional Changes appeared first on Zenger News.

Man’s Ordeal At The Hands Of Ugandan Security Officials Probing Minister’s Assassination Attempt

President Yoweri Museveni criticizes investigative tactics of security officials who killed four and tortured seven suspects. The post Man’s Ordeal At The Hands Of Ugandan Security Officials Probing Minister’s Assassination Attempt appeared first on Zenger News.

South Sudan Cracks Down On A New Civil Rights Group That Promises To Rid Country Of “Criminals”

Authorities arrested a civil society activist and an ex-governor a week after the group's formation. The post South Sudan Cracks Down On A New Civil Rights Group That Promises To Rid Country Of “Criminals” appeared first on Zenger News.

Hundreds Of Algerians Flee To Europe As Political Instability Persists

The socio-political crisis that has gripped Algeria since February 2019, has revived illegal immigration to Europe. The post Hundreds Of Algerians Flee To Europe As Political Instability Persists appeared first on Zenger News.

United Nation Calls For Peaceful Resolution Of Division Within South Sudan’s Faction

Fresh divisions within first vice-president Riek Machar's party complicates the country's security situation. The post United Nation Calls For Peaceful Resolution Of Division Within South Sudan’s Faction appeared first on Zenger News.

Ex-South African President Jacob Zuma’s Corruption Case Postponed To September

Zuma is serving a 15-months prison sentence for contempt of court, which set off mass protests in July 2021. The post Ex-South African President Jacob Zuma’s Corruption Case Postponed To September appeared first on Zenger News.

‘We Need Jobs, Not Rice’: Angry Ghanaian Youth Reject Minister’s Food Donation

Youths chased away three trucks full of rice donations from Lands and Natural Resources Minister Samuel Abu Jinapor. The post ‘We Need Jobs, Not Rice’: Angry Ghanaian Youth Reject Minister’s Food Donation appeared first on Zenger News.

Zimbabwean President Fears US, West Will Use Covid-19 Vaccines To Topple Him

Harare has spurned Covid-19 vaccines from the US and West in favor of Russian, Chinese, and Indian shots. The post Zimbabwean President Fears US, West Will Use Covid-19 Vaccines To Topple Him appeared first on Zenger News.

Darfur: Sudan’s ‘Forgotten War’ Rages On

A Sudanese refugee from Tennessee has left the comfort of his American home to help in the humanitarian assistance in Darfur. The post Darfur: Sudan’s ‘Forgotten War’ Rages On appeared first on Zenger News.

Tribal Clashes Displaces Over 10,000 In South Sudan’s Western Equatoria State 

Fighting began on May 19, 2021, after two rival armed forces clashed. The post Tribal Clashes Displaces Over 10,000 In South Sudan’s Western Equatoria State  appeared first on Zenger News.

Tunisian President Sacks Prime Minister, Freezes Parliament

The sacking of Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi follows violent protests over the government's handling of the pandemic. The post Tunisian President Sacks Prime Minister, Freezes Parliament appeared first on Zenger News.
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