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Sudan summons EU envoy over criticism of...

Bashir visited Uganda last week for a summit with his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni and South Sudanese President Salva Kiir to negotiate a deal aimed...

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West Africa joins cassava 'ebola' fight

New Vision TV looks at the fight against this enemy that is about to condemn millions to hunger.

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Sudan refugees' endless quest for safety...

Since 2003, Darfur has been gripped by a brutal conflict between rebel movements and Khartoum-backed militias

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Burundi's Nkurunziza will not seek another...

President Pierre Nkurunziza announces that he will not seek another term in 2020.

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Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention...

The Africa CDC will provide up to USD 2 million to support Africa CDC interventions, according to the African Union.

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400 African immigrants rescued

The migrants were found by a team that had been combing the desert for them between Arlit and Assamaka, a town on the border with Algeria.

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Ebola vaccine arrives in DR Congo amid outbreak...

The number of reported cases is 42, including two confirmed, according to a World Health Organization tally

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US reviews Somalia raid after five civilian...

US forces, in an advise-and-assist capacity, partnered with Somali forces in a raid targeting Islamic Al-Qaeda militants

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DR Congo expels two British journalists

Army officials detained and questioned the three reporters on Monday and confiscated their equipment.

Pan African Parliament sitting opens

The session, under the theme, “Winning the Fight against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation,” is running from 7-18 May.


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The man to determine Kayihura's...

Sooner or later, 4-star general Kale Kayihura will appear before him to answer charges that several officials, including the senior-most serving UPDF general, Elly Tumwine, have described as serio