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Separatist fighter names himself King

“There is outrage in Cameroon after a separatist fighter who chased several traditional rulers from the English-speaking Lebialem district enthroned…

Violence and instability

CAMEROON: These are the numbers of the conflict between Anglophone and Francophone Cameroonians : “3000 deaths, 50 000 refugees and 500 000 internally…

Violence, instability and a rising number of deaths

In Guinea, a policeman and a protester were killed during  demonstrations against the proposed constitutional amendments, designed to allow the…

Deadly attacks

In Burkina Faso, an attack on a mosque killed 16 people In Cameroon, a world heritage site was attacked by…

Troubles in East Africa

As if diseases, Ebola, protests, terrorism were not enough, Africa seems to have additional problems. Dissidents in Tanzania are either…

River of Dollars Flowing From South Sudan Into Kenya, Uganda

“Kenya and Uganda have failed to stop the flow of illicit money through their economies and are now facing the…

Pressure From the People in Sudan

“The longer genuine political and economic reform is delayed in Sudan, the greater the risk of wider instability and deepening…

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…

Kaduna Govt Condemns Renewed Attacks in Kajuru, Kachia

” The government condemned the recourse to violence, and called on all communities to support the efforts to restore calm…

Votes are being counted in Nigeria

” Vote-counting began Saturday in Nigeria’s hotly-contested presidential election that was marred by violent outbreaks in the northeastern and southern…

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