UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet voiced her concerns about the political turmoil in Tunisia in a phonecall with the foreign minister, and offered her assistance if required, a spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
Human Rights Watch on Monday urged authorities in Cameroon to protect civilians caught up in a conflict pitting the central African country's army against separatists in the west, denouncing atrocities committed by both sides.
[Radio Dabanga] Tawila / Shangal Tobaya -- The number of people killed in attacks on villages in the southern part of North Darfur, rose to three on Tuesday. During the fourth day of the violence, a woman and her two children were injured, two herders were abducted, and again a large number of livestock was […]
[Radio Dabanga] Washington / Khartoum -- US Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Samantha Power yesterday announced more than $56 million in additional humanitarian assistance for Sudan.
[Shabait] The summer work program has been an emblem of the summer season in our country for more than two decades now. I was one of those who took part in trying to make an evergreen nation a couple of years ago. Seeing my younger brother waking up every morning excited to give some of […]
[Shabait] Re-unification with extended family members and eventual full integration of vulnerable Eritrean children into society has been and continues to be a priority on the GOE's social policy. Given the scope and the significance of this social challenge and the subsequent economic and social problems it can engender, it should be of serious concern […]
[East African] Self-taught Tanzanian artist and activist Sungi Mlengeya left her bank job in 2018 to pursue painting full-time. She is currently holding her debut solo exhibition titled Just Disruptions, which is running up to August 19, at the Afriart Gallery, 7th Street, Industrial Area in Kampala. Her pieces are monochromatic acrylic portraits of black […]
[RSF] Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the repeated attacks against journalists by police enforcing a night-time curfew imposed in Uganda to combat a surge in Covid-19 cases. The authorities must not use lockdown measures to restrict press freedom, RSF says.
[Daily News] PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has instructed Ministers responsible for Investment, Industry and Trade dockets to meet with owners of factories in Rwanda for the country to explore business opportunities.