The European Union and the US have called for probe into Uganda’s election violence even as the opposition leader Bobi Wine remains under house arrest. Uganda's longtime leader President Yoweri Museveni was declared the winner for a record sixth term, amid an internet blackout...
By Rédaction Africanews Could Diary Sow still be alive? That’s the question on the minds of many following news that the 20-year-old Senegalese student who was studying in Paris, France was ‘’alive’’ and ‘’fine’’. A friend of...
Thomas Naadi BBC News, Accra People behind an alleged baby-harvesting and child-trafficking syndicate operating at health facilities in Ghana have been arrested. It follows months of investigations that also led to the rescue of two babies. According...
Ethiopia’s military has accused an unnamed "third party" of being behind its border dispute with Sudan, according to the state-owned Ethiopian News Agency. Army Chief of Staff General Birhanu Jula on Wednesday said a "third party was behind the Sudanese army's violation of Ethiopia's...
By Kizzi Asala with AFP Residents in Lubumbashi, the economic capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo are denouncing an increase in chronic insecurity supposedly brought on by the curfew decreed on December 18 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.