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More than 4,000 prisoners were pardoned in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has released a fifth of all prisoners under a presidential amnesty order aimed at freeing up space in the country's overcrowded prisons, reported by the BBC. The Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service announced that...

A ferocious campaign of defamation and désinformation against Omar Harfouch, after his success in the fight against corruption in Lebanon

Omar Harfouch, founder of the "Third Republic of Lebanon," faces a defamatory campaign financed by corrupt officials. Learn about the plot against him and the European Union's efforts to fight corruption in Lebanon. #Lebanon #Corruption #EU

One of the world’s oldest lions has been killed near a national park in Kenya

19-year-old Luunkiito attacked cattle and was speared by herders A wild male lion, considered one of the oldest representatives of its species in the world, was killed by herders near Amboseli National Park in southern...

Religious terrorism, the Kenyan sect and the West

More than 100 bodies were found this past April in the Shakahola Forest in southern Kenya, another form of religious terrorism.

Sudan: Tens of thousands on the move; spectre of ethnic clashes, hunger draws closer

Civilians in Sudan, including scores of internally displaced people and refugees, are scrambling for safety and suffering the disastrous consequences of the violence there

South African Christian Minister is using Scientology to help fight violence against women

Bishop Daniel Matebesi's discovery of the Scientology Tools for Life gave him faith that he could assist in bringing about social change in South Africa JOHANNESBURG, JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, April 27, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- Each year,...

Sudan, UN pledges to ‘stand with and work for the Sudanese people’

The UN Secretary-General on Monday welcomed the temporary relocation of hundreds of staff members and their families from Sudan's capital, Khartoum, amid the continuing intense fighting between rival military factions which has now entered...

European Parliament condemns Nigerian speech laws putting musician on death row for blasphemy

Near-unanimous resolution urges Nigeria to “repeal the blasphemy laws at federal and state level”   Supreme Court of Nigeria to hear case of Yahaya Sharif-Aminu, sentenced to death for blasphemy on Whatsapp   Brussels (20 April 2023) – ADF...

Flagship UN report extolls win-win water partnerships to avert global crisis

Launched ahead of the UN 2023 Water Conference, the new edition of the UN World Water Development Report focuses on twin themes of partnerships and cooperation. Published by the UN Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization...

Tanzania confirms first-ever outbreak of deadly Marburg Virus Disease

Lab tests were carried out after eight people in the region developed symptoms of the “highly virulent” disease, including fever, vomiting, bleeding, and kidney failure. Five of the eight confirmed cases have died, including a...

World Congress for Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue president Gustavo Guillerme presented his 2023-2045 peace project in Israel

In the City of Jerusalem, on March 1 and 2, 2023, the President of the "World Congress of Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue, A Path to Peace", Mr Gustavo Guillermé, presented the Project 2023-2045 for...

SUDAN: The Vice President of the Sovereign Council receives the UN Independent Expert for Human Rights

The Vice President of the Sovereign Council, Lieutenant General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, received today the United Nations Independent Expert on Human Rights in Sudan, Mr. Radhouane Nouicer. The meeting discussed the human rights situation in Sudan, the developments achieved,...

Horn of Africa faces most severe drought in more than two generations – UNICEF

The number of children suffering from dire drought conditions across Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia has more than doubled in five months, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Thursday. Around 20.2 million children are under...

Patriarchate of Alexandria: We are discontinuing the mention of the Patriarch of Moscow

On November 22 the Holy Synod of the Patriarchate of Alexandria met under the chairmanship of Patriarch Theodore II in the Patriarchal Monastery “St. George” in Old Cairo and discussed the problems in church life arising from the non-canonical entry of the Moscow Patriarchate into the jurisdiction of the Alexandrian Church in Africa

Amharas, The occulted ongoing genocide in Ethiopia

Article Interview Robert Johnson At a time when peace talks are in progress between the Ethiopian government and the Tigrayan rebels, the systematic and intentional massacre of Ethiopia’s oldest ethnic group, the Amharas, continues to...

Liberia: McGill denies corruption charges and Weah will open investigation

Following US Sanctions on Three Liberian Government Officials, State Minister McGill says he is innocent and welcomes President Weah fight against corruption. According to a letter published in other news outlets, the Minister of State...

French oil giant EACOP project will harm East Africa with toxic fumes, warn groups

Civil society groups have accused Uganda and Tanzania of rushing to sign East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) deals with TotalEnergies and China’s CNOOC before locals were properly briefed on its environmental and health...

African pivotal strategy to combat communicable diseases

African health ministers on Tuesday, endorsed a new strategy to boost access to the diagnosis, treatment and care of severe noncommunicable diseases.

WFP: First Ukrainian humanitarian grain shipment leaves for Horn of Africa

The first vessel transporting Ukrainian wheat grain to support humanitarian operations run by the World Food Programme (WFP) has left the port of Yuzhny, also known as Pivdennyi, the UN agency reported on Tuesday. 

Russian mercenaries in Mali killed by jihadists

The jihadist "Group for the Support of Islam and Muslims", linked to "Al-Qaeda", announced that it killed four paramilitaries from the Russian private armed militia "Wagner" in an ambush in Central Mali, reported France...

The Keys to Fulfilling Kenya’s Great Promise

Not since Kenya’s forefathers gained the country’s independence out of colonial rule six decades ago has there been a more important event in the East African nation than the Kenyan presidential election on August...

Central bank to mint gold coins to fight inflation

The Central Bank of Zimbabwe has announced that it will start minting gold coins in the month of July. The decision is aimed at curbing record inflation, which has led to a severe devaluation...

Somalia: ‘We cannot wait for famine to be declared; we must act now’

Rising acute food insecurity in Somalia has caused more than 900,000 people to flee their homes in search of humanitarian assistance since January last year, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has warned.

Bishops of Africa: It is painful to see young people leave the continent

Paul Samasumo – Vatican City At the end of the 19th Plenary Assembly of the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) held from 25 July to 1 August 2022 in Accra, Ghana,...

Israel and Morocco, a new agreement on judicial cooperation

Israel and Morocco - In a move aimed at accelerating the pace of the normalization processes between Morocco and Israel under the "Abraham Accords", a new agreement has been signed, including "legal cooperation" between...
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