Monday, July 25, 2016
   
Text Size

Site Search powered by Ajax

Africa

Zimbabwe: Evan Mawarire calls for continued protests

Evan Mawarire called for protests after a court dismissed charges of attempting to overthrow the government.

Read more: Zimbabwe: Evan Mawarire calls for continued protests

   

UN concerned about renewed fighting in South Sudan

Vice President Riek Machar urges UN to establish "buffer zone" between his forces and those of the government.

Read more: UN concerned about renewed fighting in South Sudan

   

Ugandan army crosses into S Sudan to evacuate citizens

A heavily-armed Ugandan military convoy has crossed into South Sudan to evacuate citizens trapped by fighting.

Juba

Read more: Ugandan army crosses into S Sudan to evacuate citizens

   

'Gunman killed, siege over' at Kenya police station

Deaths reported after attacker grabs gun and shoots at officers at Kapenguria police station in western Kenya.

Kapenguria

Read more: 'Gunman killed, siege over' at Kenya police station

   

Zimbabwean protest leader arrested ahead of strike

Preacher Mawarire, who started a campaign against government, has been arrested for "inciting public violence".

Read more: Zimbabwean protest leader arrested ahead of strike

   

Ethiopia blocks social media sites over exam leak

Government blocks Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Viber after exam papers were leaked online last month.

Read more: Ethiopia blocks social media sites over exam leak

   

Tens of thousands displaced by South Sudan violence: UN

UN refugee agency calls on armed parties to protect civilians and demands neighbouring countries to keep borders open.

displaced

Read more: Tens of thousands displaced by South Sudan violence: UN

   

Al-Shabab fighters attack Somali army base

At least 10 soldiers killed after a coordinated assault on an army base southwest of Somalia's capital Mogadishu.

Read more: Al-Shabab fighters attack Somali army base

   

South Sudan's warring factions declare ceasefire

The leaders of South Sudan's warring factions call for a ceasefire after days of fighting kill hundreds.

South Sudan

Read more: South Sudan's warring factions declare ceasefire

   

South Sudan crisis: Renewed fighting in Juba

Latest bout of violence comes despite UN calling rival factions to end fighting that has killed hundreds in recent days.

Renewed fighting in Juba

Read more: South Sudan crisis: Renewed fighting in Juba

   

Page 3 of 26

Donation

Thanks to all of our supporters for your generosity and your encouragement of an independent press!

Enter Amount:

ads

Featured_Author

Login






Login reminder Forgot login?
Register Register

Subscribe to MWC News Alert

Email Address

Subscribe in a reader Facebok page Twitter page

advertisement