Out of Rwanda
The Russian foreign ministry announced Saturday it will expel 23 British diplomats within a week in a tit-for-tat response to London’s measures over the poisoning of a former Russian double agent and his daughter.
’Would you deport me if I were white?’ ask white-painted demonstrators as Israel’s expulsion effort gets underway
Deportation came hours after riots demanding his release rocked his hometown Kisumu
Ahead of what was expected to be a fraught battle, President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday night seems to have thrown in the towel.
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza said a recent report accusing China of spying on the African Union (AU) is groundless and has been fabricated by some Western media to drive a wedge between African countries and China.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, with its 26 other humanitarian partners, is today launching a funding appeal for US$391 million to support some 430,000 Burundian refugees during 2018.
Kenya’s three top TV stations remain silent after police stopped the delivery a court order designed to restore their transmissions from being handed over.
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza on Sunday warned citizens against disrupting the country’s unity.
REDDITCH marked Holocaust Memorial Day with a moving and inspirational ceremony topped by a speech by American humanitarian aid worker Carl Wilkens on Rwanda’s 100-day genocide of 1994.
The AU’s anger at Trump’s derogatory remarks is unusual for an organisation that rarely speaks out
Patrice Lumumba in his own words: “Neither brutality nor cruelty nor torture will ever bring me to ask for mercy, for I prefer to die with my head unbowed…”
While in incarceration just weeks away from his 17 January 1961 horrific assassination at a tender age of 36, the Congolese liberation hero and Pan-africanist Patrice Lumumba, put in poignant words his final views on the state of his beloved country and Africa, in this heartrending letter to his wife Pauline.
Shifting alliances in the Horn of Africa have some analysts worried about a potential open conflict ahead
The year actually presents a once-in-a-decade opportunity for Europe and Africa to arrive at a more coherent partnership, bridging the political, institutional and financial limitations of the frameworks that now regulate their cooperation.
The heart-stopping moment a father flung his child from a second-floor balcony and into a firefighter’s arms has been captured on video.
A Syria army of 30,000 soldiers is being built east of Euphrates, bordering southern Turkey and northern Iraq. Half of the army consists of Syrian Kurds, while the other half is of locals from the Arab region and other regions.
The President of the United States was forced to insist he is ’not a racist’ after a a foul-mouthed rant about Haiti and African immigrants was attributed to him.
Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Mugabe and his family have heeded President Munangagwa’s call to return externalized funds.
Zimbabwe’s first lady has moved a dramatic step closer to succeeding her husband as leader. President Robert Mugabe, the world’s oldest head of state, this week fired longtime deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa, removing the man long seen as the front-runner to take power when the 93-year-old Mugabe moves on.
A plane was forced to emergency land after a woman found out her husband was allegedly having an affair during the flight.
A 22-year-old housewife, Rashidat Adewuyi, told an Idi-Ogungun Customary Court in Ibadan on Friday that her father-in-law slept on the same bed with her and her husband whenever he visited them.
The surprise move was announced by the first African director-general of the World Health Organisation.
Every Somali citizen has to take a gun and fight al-Shabaab, president tells thousands at football stadium
NEWLY declassified documents have reaffirmed that the United States government knew about and provided support for the killings of an estimated 500,000 to a million Indonesians in 1965-66 by the Indonesian military and affiliated vigilante groups.
To support the continued expansion of its sub-Saharan African portfolio, Hilton has committed $50m over the next five years towards the Hilton Africa Growth Initiative.
Germany launched a two-year study Thursday to determine the origins of more than 1,000 human skulls, mostly from Rwanda, brought to Europe during the colonial era for racial "scientific" research.
The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals launched an online multimedia exhibition giving insights into the suffering of children during the former Yugoslav wars and the Rwanda genocide.
Nonviolence can be a safe, effective and lasting way to defeat injustice, but like any other science it takes knowledge, courage and determination.
It is frightening to know how many things and habits can increase your cancer risk – things you’re exposed to on a daily basis.
AT least three people have died from cholera in western Uganda amid a shortage of medicines.
Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly drawn criticism from health and political activists after she allegedly donated used underwear to Zanu-PF party supporters in the eastern border city of Mutare.
Clashes have pitted an armed group previously known for migrant smuggling against the Operations Room to combat the Islamic State
Man is jailed for having sex with a DONKEY after witch doctor told him it would make him a stronger man
A South African man has been jailed for having sex with a donkey after a witch doctor told him it would make him stronger.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Thursday accused unnamed officials of his own party of trying to push him into retiring and likened them to the biblical betrayer Judas.
An Italian woman has married herself in a ceremony complete with white dress, three-layer wedding cake, bridesmaids and 70 guests.
He told her that he would “teach her how to kiss.”
Earlier today, the Fraser Institute published the 21st edition of its annual Economic Freedom of the World (EFW) report. The Canadian think-tank uses 42 data points across five different areas (size of government, legal/property rights, sound money, freedom to trade internationally and regulation) to rank the economic freedom of 159 countries and territories.
Police were forced to fire tear gas to disperse NASA and Jubilee supporters after they clashed outside IEBC’s Anniversary Towers offices on Tuesday.
On Sunday, President Trump issued a presidential proclamation banning or restricting travel from eight countries — adding Chad, Venezuela and North Korea to the original list of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen.
The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) announced on 25 September that its Ugandan contingent had received 19 new combat vehicles from the United States and released photographs showing ACMAT Bastion armoured personnel carriers (APCs) branded as Mack products.