Ghana: Good Friday marked with church services

Ghana: Good Friday marked with church services

Christians in Ghana on Friday joined their counterparts in the world to mark Good Friday which is also known as the Easter with church services across the country.Churches in the ...

Sudan’s media zoom opposition split

Sudan’s media zoom opposition split

The Sudanese press focused on the major split within the Sudanese opposition alliance over the participation in the national dialogue with the ruling National congress Party (NCP). ...

Morocco to host African ‘Mutuality’ Observatory

Morocco to host African ‘Mutuality’ Observatory

Morocco has been chosen to host the African observatory for mutuality at the end of meeting of the Steering Committee of African Union of Mutuality (UAM) held in Rabat. During the ...

Press highlight abducted school girls, security meeting

Press highlight abducted school girls, security meeting

The controversy surrounding the reported rescue of more than 100 abducted secondary school girls and the rescheduling of the enlarged security council meeting were most of the ...

Nigerian army misinformed public on abducted girls’ rescue

Nigerian army misinformed public on abducted girls’ rescue

The misinformation to the public by the military on the fight against Boko Haram was punctuated by authorities of the Government Girls Secondary a School, Chibok which indicted the ...

Sudan troop buildup near Nuba Mountain region

Sudan troop buildup near Nuba Mountain region

Satellite images have shown the mass deployment of thousands of Sudanese troops and equipment into the Nuba Mountain region ahead of a planned offensive against the Sudan People's ...

France warns citizens to leave northern Cameroon

France warns citizens to leave northern Cameroon

The French Embassy in Cameroon has warned all its citizens still in the far north of the country to leave the region without further delay.In a statement entitled “safety ...

Ghana: Good Friday marked with church services

Christians in Ghana on Friday joined their counterparts in the world to mark Good Friday which is also known as the Easter with church services across the country.Churches in the country were full to capacity as worshippers wore red and black attire to mark the crucifixion, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ over 2000 years ago. Most preachers urged Ghanaians to use the occasion to reconcile with each ...

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Sudan’s media zoom opposition split

The Sudanese press focused on the major split within the Sudanese opposition alliance over the participation in the national dialogue with the ruling National congress Party (NCP). The papers has covered the opposition's decision of suspending the membership of the Popular congress Party (PCP) due to its participation at the dialogue. Alray Alaam (Arabic) newspaper stated that the opposition alliance ...

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Morocco to host African ‘Mutuality’ Observatory

Morocco has been chosen to host the African observatory for mutuality at the end of meeting of the Steering Committee of African Union of Mutuality (UAM) held in Rabat. During the meeting, members of the Steering committee reviewed and approved the partnerships with international organizations such as the International Association of Mutuality (AIM), the Moroccan Agency of international cooperation (AMCI) ...

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Press highlight abducted school girls, security meeting

The controversy surrounding the reported rescue of more than 100 abducted secondary school girls and the rescheduling of the enlarged security council meeting were most of the leading stories in the press on Friday in Nigeria.The Vanguard newspaper reported that the Borno State Government and Principal of Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, in Borno State, Mrs. Asabe Aliyu Kwarmbula have denied ...

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Nigerian army misinformed public on abducted girls’ rescue

The misinformation to the public by the military on the fight against Boko Haram was punctuated by authorities of the Government Girls Secondary a School, Chibok which indicted the military for giving the nation false information that 100 abducted students had been rescued.The school and the embattled Borno a State government on Thursday night denied the rescue and explained that only 14 students who escaped ...

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Sudan troop buildup near Nuba Mountain region

Satellite images have shown the mass deployment of thousands of Sudanese troops and equipment into the Nuba Mountain region ahead of a planned offensive against the Sudan People's Liberation Army-North (SPLA-N).The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) Thursday published images showing what it called significant mobilization of personnel of the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) around Rashad, Delaba, and Um Abdalah in the ...

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France warns citizens to leave northern Cameroon

The French Embassy in Cameroon has warned all its citizens still in the far north of the country to leave the region without further delay.In a statement entitled “safety instructions�, the embassy cautioned that the safety of French citizens in the area can no longer be guaranteed and staying there would be ill-advised, given the spate of abduction in February this year and last November. The French ...

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UK, Somali officials meet over terrorism

The United Kingdom and Somalia have held discussions on a range of issues bordering on security, human rights and economic development.An official statement released in London after the meeting on Thursday explained that talks were held in the Somali capital Mogadishu, where the UK Foreign Office Minister for Africa, Mark Simmonds, told President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud that London is deeply concerned about ...

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Ethiopia secures €40m grant for maternal health

The European Union (EU) has approved a grant of €40 million to the Ethiopian government and UNICEF to scale up maternal healthcare for new-born.The head of the EU delegation to Ethiopia, Chantal Hebberecht told journalists in Addis Ababa on Thursday that the grant was the biggest given to the country for maternal health care by the EU. The three-year programme was launched on Wednesday through a ...

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Mali: UN begins work on first rebel demobilization site

The construction of the first demobilization site out of a total of three aimed at hosting the rebels in the north of Mali has begun, according to the head of the UN mission in the country, Bert Koenders.The UN diplomat told a press briefing on Wednesday that the first site, located at 40 km from the city of Kidal, is to host fighters of the High Council for the Unity of Azawad (HCUA). He said that works on ...

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