African body expresses dismay at Italian deputy prime minister’s remarks in which he compared African immigrants to slaves 19.09.2018 ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia The African Union Commission has
China will start imposing tariffs on over 5,000 American products, including coffee, honey, industrial chemicals and farm machinery. by Lucy Bayly / Sep.18.2018 China will impose retaliatory
South Sudan army burned civilians alive, ran them over and swung children into tree trunks, says Amnesty
Human rights group warns ‘government continues to give suspected perpetrators free rein to commit fresh atrocities’ Samuel Osborne @SamuelOsborne93 South Sudan’s military forces
FRENCH PRESS AGENCY – AFP LONDON A man feeds children in Aslam, Hajjah, Yemen. Yemenis in the isolated pocket in the north have been reduced to eating boiled leaves from a local vine
September 17, 2018 Rikar Hussein Iranian Kurdish militants who were targeted by Iranian missile strikes earlier this month at a headquarters in Iraqi Kurdistan have declared intentions to step
Source: Xinhua| 2018-09-18 04:34:44|Editor: Yurou German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks at a joint press conference with Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia (not in the picture) in
The European Commission president pledged to strengthen the EU border and a new trade agreement with Africa. Juncker pushed for strengthening the bloc’s international role, as the US
A Chinese state oil major that already dominates most of South Sudan’s oil production is poised to play an even larger role in the African country’s efforts to boost its oil output and revenues.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Emmanuel K. Gasana, on Saturday visited and addressed over 350 Rwandan Police peacekeepers in Juba, serving under the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
One officer was on the US sanctions list, but US officials declined to aid the plot, according to a New York Times report Lauren Gambino in Washington @laurenegambino 8 Sep 2018 The Trump