Rwanda releases UPDF soldier of Special Forces Command two months after his arrest

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Amelia Jones

Rwandan government on January 22 released an Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) soldier attached to the elite Special Forces Command (SFC) two months following his arrest. The prisoner, 23-year-old Private… Read More

Tigray: Ethiopian army trying to eliminate security forces, says military officials

A year behind the outbreak of the war in Tigray, Ethiopia, the United Nations Security Council has not acted till now. The country's condition is under starvation in Tigray, and… Read More

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Failure in talks between Kenya-Dubai leads to continuation in flight ban

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Public harassment blows wave of solidarity among women in Egypt

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Nigerian extremists kills two and abducts 20 children, says residents

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UN relief chief promises to support in uplifting Nigeria

The UN, humanitarian affairs chief, travelled to the Nigeria to see the humanitarian situation, see the northeast's reaction to raise international awareness about the deteriorating humanitarian situation, and bringing attention… Read More

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Uganda bans women from sitting at front seat of truck cabins to avoid accidents

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Fuel crises skyrocketing in Uganda amid its policy implementation to curb COVID-19

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South Korea-Egypt signs agreements to work together on several fields

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