Sudan’s Prime Minister,Hamdok, according to the statement, demanded that the situation in Sudan return to what it was before the coup
Analysts have said the Sudan coup was far from surprising, and was expected to be met by heavy civilian resistance
But “even when the abducted students are released,” Buhari said, “the trauma of the incidences remain long in their minds.”
“We strongly believe the attackers are part of the sleeper cells in the country, […] with the Islamic State,” Enanga said
“We are concerned, even alarmed, by the ongoing fighting in Guricel […],” the UN Special Representative for Somalia
“We will not leave the streets until the civilian government is back,” Sawsan Bashir, another protester, told AFP
Bankilare, northeast Burkina Faso, part of the troubled three-borders region of Mali, Niger, struggling with a deadly surge in jihadist
Kidnappings have been common in Mali since the country was plunged into turmoil in 2012 when Jihadist insurgency first erupted in the north
“The Russian experience is very beneficial for the Central African treasury,”, Moscow has said there are 1 135 “unarmed instructors” in CAR
Rising food prices could lead to unrest in Africa as more people will not be able to afford food, researchers have warned.
The UIF’s relief scheme has been established to assist workers whose workplaces were closed due to the recent unrest in KZN and Gauteng.
The SABC confirmed on Saturday that SANDF members have been deployed in its offices but not into the newsroom
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While South Africa has been dealt a low blow with the unrest and looting this past week, Shashi Naidoo and Simone Dominique are on vacation to showcase ‘beautiful SA’. Is the timing not a little off?!
President Cyril Ramaphosa conducted an oversight visit in KZN to assess the level of damage caused by the recent riots
A couple and their wedding caterer donated 1000 warm meals after they were forced to cancel their wedding due to the unrest in KwaZulu-Natal.
“The (Amhara) have been patient with the government’s approach so far, but even if the orders (to attack) don’t come, we won’t back down.”
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