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Egypt's Sisi to chair African Union

Rwanda's president will remain a point person for the organisation's broad reform agenda, despite handing over the chair

DR Congo slaps down AU call to suspend final...

On January 10, the electoral commission declared opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi provisional winner with 38.57 percent of the vote against Fayulu's...

Museveni in Addis Ababa to discuss DRC

The summit will discuss a number of issues and assess the current political situation in the DRC

African leaders to meet over DR Congo vote...

The DR Congo election commission last Thursday declared opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi the winner of the December 30 vote with 38.57 percent of the...

AU, UN to revive Central African Republic...

France, CAR's former colonial ruler, criticised separate Russian-Sudanese efforts to broker peace deals with CAR militia groups

US resists African bid for UN funding of...

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres would then report on whether "future African Union-led peace support operations can be expected to meet equivalent...

African Union admits sexual harassment 'prevalent'...

It found some female employees, especially those on internships, volunteer programmes or short-term contracts, were being sexually harassed by line managers....

Immigration officials discuss African passport...

Free movement of persons and introduction of an African passport is among the 14 flagship projects the AU heads of state agreed to pursue under the 2063...

Kagame highlights reform 'urgency' as AU...

Heads of state and ministers from the 55 African Union member states were gathered at the body's headquarters for what is seen as a last-ditch attempt...

African Court president hails Tunisia on...

The Court is composed of 11 Judges who are nationals of Member States of the African Union

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