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Cameroon: Limbe Festival of Arts and Culture

From 6th to 13th April, Limbe is celebrating the 6th edition of the Limbe Festival of Arts and Culture. Despite…

Using Climate-Smart Solutions to Promote Peace in South Sudan

“”As much as we are seeking peace, we must face the reality and use climate-smart techniques so as to make…

South Sudan peace deal breaking up, church warns

” South Sudan’s Catholic church warned Thursday that a six-month-old deal to quell the country’s brutal war was falling apart…

South Sudan: Catholic Bishops Express Doubt Over Peace Implementation

” The bishops of the Catholic Church in South Sudan are expressing concern about the future of South Sudan’s peace…

South Sudan: Govt Executed As Many People Last Month As It Did in Whole of Last Year

” There has been a shocking rise in the use of the death penalty in South Sudan “ https://allafrica.com/stories/201903010762.html You…

“There cannot be peace in a world that is hungry”

Awarded with 2019 Sunhak Peace Prize “for his contribution in leading Africa’s agricultural innovation and promoting good governance in Africa”,…

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: UNICEF OUTLINES KEY ACTIONS SO FRESH PEACE DEAL CAN MAKE REAL DIFFERENCE FOR CHILDREN

Hailing the recent peace agreement signed by 15 warring parties in the Central African Republic (CAR), the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) stressed…

Angola Expects Car’s Peace Agreement to Be Effective

“The Angolan Foreign Affairs minister, Manuel Augusto, said on Monday in Addis Ababa, that Angola expects that the peace agreement…

Sudan: Video Footage Shows Extreme Violence, Abuse

“Human Rights Watch released a video on February 11, 2019, that shows government forces’ extreme violence and shocking abuses against protesters during…

Riek Machar plans to return to Juba in May

“South Sudan’s rebel leader Riek Machar is planning to return to Juba in May under a power-sharing deal that a…

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