24.10.2020 09:56 am
Washington’s attempt to broker a deal to resolve the dam issue ended in failure earlier this year after Ethiopia accused the Trump administration of favouring Egypt.
Ethiopia vowed Saturday not to "cave in to aggressions of any kind" after US President Donald Trump lashed out over the country's Nile River mega-dam and suggested Egypt might destroy it.
EFF’s Pambo said bad governance was to blame for the emergence of rogue terrorist formations in Nigeria.
The red berets also called on the Nigerian government to ‘exercise restraint and reign on its army and security services’.
Protests have snowballed from anger over police violence to broader demands from the youth for sweeping changes in Africa’s most populous nation.
Gichuri said governments and development institutions should rethink investments in food security, healthy diets and building infrastructure to support the ways food is grown, processed, traded, delivered, sold and consumed.
Some 18 people have died in the demonstrations as clashes have been reported between protesters and assailants wearing civilian clothes.
Security forces clashed with students who had barricaded several streets in the Cocody neighbourhood where the Felix Houphouet-Boigny University is located.
In the capital Abuja, tensions were high after protestors said they were attacked by suspected hired thugs on Sunday.
State news agency SUNA said Bensouda’s visit focused on two items — discussing cooperation between the ICC and Sudan’s judiciary, and “gathering information” related to the case of Ali Kushayb.
The government announced on Sunday that it was disbanding the unit and that an independent body would investigate abuse.
Nigerian artist WizKid led the charge when he directly questioned Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari over his concern for US President Donald Trump while his own country was under siege.
The park service says it is committed that the fire does not affect tourism activities, which are set to continue as normal.
In March, 20 people died in the collapse of a building housing a nursery and primary school.
Mali has been struggling to end a jihadist insurgency which emerged in 2012 and has since spread into neighbouring Burkina Faso and Niger.