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Problems won’t end in January

On January 22, we noted that terrorist attacks in Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Somalia and Sudan had killed 80 ; that…

Trump to Impose Travel Ban On Nigerians, Other Nationals

“President Donald Trump would, later this month, impose travel restrictions on (…) Belarus, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Myanmar, Tanzania and Sudan”…

Suicide bomber kills 10 in Khartoum

“At least ten people, including children, died and several dozens wounded on Monday night after a grenade exploded at a…

Readers from 33 countries

Our readers come from USA, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Nigeria, Benin, Ivory…

Sudan says some soldiers mutinied against reforms

“Gunfire was heard from military bases operated by the Sudanese intelligence Service in Khartoum on Tuesday as some members of…

Locusts in East Africa

In December Somalia experienced the worst locust outbreak in 25 years. As the outbreak occurred WHO feared that it may…

Sudan ‘impunity’ for Darfur crimes must end

“Human rights groups have called on Sudan’s transitional government to end the “reign of impunity” for war crimes committed in…

Sudan marks anniversary of uprising that ousted Bashir

“A year after demonstrations broke out in Sudan over soaring bread prices, celebrations are planned across the country on Thursday…

The History of Writing in Sub-Saharan Africa, Including the most notable literary works written by African authors about African history from from the 2nd century BC to the 19th century AD

“This article covers African literary works from Chad to Tanzania and from Senegal to Ethiopia.┬áThe first among the scripts used…

Sudan’s Bashir gets two years’ detention for corruption

“A Sudanese court on Saturday ordered former president Omar al-Bashir to be detained for two years in a correctional centre…

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