ZIMBABWE: GOVT RESTORES INTERNET, MAINTAINS FREEZE ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER

HARARE, Zimbabwe’s government Wednesday restored the internet but kept social media sites blocked as tensions remained high in a country that has …

Anguished Families Identify Victims After Kenya Hotel Attack

NAIROBI, KENYA Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that a 19-hour siege on the DusitD2 hotel and office complex in Nairobi is over, but t…

National Micronutrient Survey launched in Somalia [EN/SO]

Mogadishu, 16 January 2019 � The Ministry of Health and Human services of the Federal Government of Somalia today launches the Somali National Micronut…

ESWATINI TO EASE BAN ON SOUTH AFRICAN MEAT AFTER FOOT AND MOUTH OUTBREAK

MBABANE, The Kingdom of eSwatini said it would partially lift a ban on some meat and dairy products from South Africa after its neighbour took steps to conta…

Somalia CCCM Cluster Dashboard – December 2018

CCCM partners conducted a mapping of community governance structures and the formation of 20 camp management committees for targeted sites in Sool.

Memb…

Canadian Kidnapped in Northern Burkina Faso

OUAGADOUGOU A Canadian national was kidnapped in an area of Burkina Faso that the government has warned is under growing threat from jihadist attacks, Sec…

Somalia: Early Warning Disease Surveillance and Response Bulletin – 2018 Epidemiological Week 1 (1st Jan – 7th Jan 2019)

Highlights

A total of 381 (83%) health facilities across Somalia submitted weekly report in week 1. A total of 9,411 alerts of which 54 were confirmed as tru…

SOUTH AFRICA CONDEMNS KENYA TERRORIST ATTACKS

PRETORIA, President Cyril Ramaphosa has condemned in the strongest possible terms the terrorist attack that killed 15 people and left several others inj…

Jubilation Among Gbagbo Supporters, but Rights Groups Lament Justice not Served

PARIS In a stunning decision Tuesday, the International Criminal Court acquitted former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo of war crimes charges. The rul…

DR CONGO UNDER MOUNTING FOREIGN PRESSURE FOR VOTE RECOUNT

KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo faced growing pressure from African neighbours and beyond for a recount of its contested presidential election i…