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Bobi Wine says military has entered his home

Ugandan opposition presidential candidate Bobi Wine says the military has entered and “taken control” of his home and “we are in serious trouble”. He tweeted...

Ugandan opposition presidential candidate confronted by police

Police in Uganda have confronted opposition presidential candidate Bobi Wine during an online press conference, and he says they fired tear gas and bullets...

Ethiopian forces said to block refugees from entering Sudan

Ethiopian forces have blocked people in the country’s embattled Tigray region from crossing into Sudan at its busiest crossing point for refugees, Sudanese forces...

Ethiopia accuses WHO chief of backing defiant Tigray region

Ethiopia’s government has accused the head of the World Health Organisation of lobbying neighboring countries to aid the rebellious Tigray regional government with arms...

Tanzania’s president says second term will be his last in office

Tanzania’s populist President John Magufuli has accepted the official certification of his victory in the East African country’s election last week. Mr Magufuli, 61, was...

Libyan oil production resumes amid peace talks between rival factions

Libya’s national oil company announced it was resuming production at the country’s largest oil field as rival officials from eastern and western Libya began...

Protests in Mauritius over fuel oil spill from grounded ship

Thousands of people have taken part in a protest in the capital of Mauritius over the government’s handling of an oil spill from a...

Zimbabwe’s ‘keyboard warriors’ hold protests off the streets

Unable to protest on the streets, some activists in Zimbabwe are calling themselves “keyboard warriors” as they use social media and graffiti to put...

Mali army colonel declares himself in charge of junta and country

A colonel in Mali’s army has said he is now in charge of the West African country, declaring himself chairman of the junta that...

Pope Francis urges talks to resolve dispute over Ethiopia’s Blue Nile dam

Pope Francis has urged Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to continue talks to resolve their years-long dispute over a massive dam Ethiopia is building on...

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