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African Union slashes PAP budget by $4m

The cuts will affect staff costs, missions, communications, procurement, stationery, bank charges, capital expenditure and the programme budget

Rwanda welcomes first group of African refugees...

Earlier this month, Rwanda signed a deal with the African Union (AU) and the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR agreeing to take in African refugees and...

African Union labels climate change a security...

AU's Peace and Security Council made a case for member states to embrace adaptation measures with a view to building resilience in the communities facing...

Sudan deal defuses threat of 'slide into...

At least 127 people were killed on that day alone, according to doctors close to the protest movement, who say the violence has cost more than 250 lives...

Sudan generals, protest leaders agree on...

The document is complementary to a power-sharing deal signed on July 17 that aims to form a joint civilian-military ruling body that will oversee the formation...

Continental bloc will spur trade, develop...

The essence of Niamey pact is that Africa’s Free Trade Area will be operational effective July 2020

Sudan protesters hail landmark deal with...

The power-sharing deal, reached in the early hours after two days of hard-won talks brokered by Ethiopian and African Union mediators, came after previous...

AU suspends Sudan until civilian-led authority...

Calls for the AU to take action had mounted after Monday's crackdown on protesters who had camped outside army headquarters in Khartoum.

Sudan suspended from African Union

The AU Peace and Security Council meeting was convened to evaluate the Khartoum crisis

AU summons top meet over Sudan crisis

The AU Security Council had given the Sudanese military 15 days to hand over power to civilians but the negotiations stalled

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