Crises in Africa
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Just prior to a Berlin-based summit aimed at negotiating peace in Libya’s deleterious civil war, optimism surrounding a potential accord was significantly diminished by the
Following the Al-Shabaab attack on the U.S. military base in Kenya, which has killed one U.S. soldier and its two contractors, the U.S. Africa command
Last Monday, 13 January 2020, three male teachers were killed in a suspected Al-Shabaab attack on the Kamuthe primary school in Garissa County, as announced
A summit meeting was held on Monday 13th of January involving France and the G5 from Africa’s Sahel region, which consists of Niger, Mali, Mauritania,
The civil war in Libya has been raging on since early 2014 where many rival factions have battled for power over the country. There are
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Over the last week, members of the United Nations Framework for Convention on Climate Change’s (UNFCCC) Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) assembled
On 3 December 2019, it was announced that the World Food Programme (WFP) would send food aid to Zimbabwe to feed 4.1 million people, roughly
This report seeks to provide a long-lasting solution to the current crisis over the construction of Ethiopia’s Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam project (GERD). The dam which is expected to be completed in 2020, has led to significant tensions between upstream Ethiopia, Sudan (which has realigned itself by siding with Ethiopia) and downstream Egypt whose freshwater supply is under increasing threat as the GERD project nears its completion.
The Need For Vulnerable Communities In Zambia To Build Sustainable Resilience: 2.3 Million People Are In Danger Of Catastrophic Food Insecurities
The immediate crisis scenario On the 29th of October, 2.3 million people in Zambia were reported by the BBC to be facing severe food shortages.
Robbed Of Their Development? – New Questions Surface As Russia Seeks To Strengthen International Co-operation With Africa At Russia-Africa Summit
This past Wednesday and Thursday, Russia hosted the first Russian-African Summit. Over 3000 Russian and African delegates flocked to Sochi, Russia, to discuss strategies to