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Former Nigerian president and African Union envoy Olesegun Obasanjo arrives for the signing of the AU-led negotiations to resolve the conflict in northern Ethiopia, in Pretoria , South Africa, November 2, 2022.(Image: Screenshot / Reuters)
Ethiopian and Tigray Forces Launch Hotline as New Peace Talks Begin
By Hereward Holland and Tommy Wilkes NAIROBI -The Ethiopian government and Tigrayan forces have established...
Unlocking the Mystery of the Great Pyramids of Giza
History can provide us with many answers, but at the same time it opens up countless questions. As archeologists...
South Africa’s Transnet Agrees to Three-Year Wage Deal With Majority Labor Union
(Reuters) — South African state-owned logistics firm Transnet said on Monday, Oct. 17 that it had agreed...
UN on Ethiopian Violence After 50 More Killed in Airstrike: ‘Saddening and Shocking’
United Nations spokesman referred to ongoing violence in Ethiopia as "saddening and shocking" on Wednesday...
Empty Shelves and Rising Prices Test Tunisians’ Patience
Food shortages are worsening in Tunisia with empty shelves in supermarkets and bakeries, adding to popular...
Japan’s Kishida Pledges $30 Billion in African Aid at Tunis Summit
Japan pledged $30 billion in aid for development in Africa on Saturday, Aug. 27, saying it wants to work...
Uganda is set to collect DNA in an upcoming transition to a digital ID system.
Uganda Set to Deploy DNA Recognition ‘Smart Digital’ Biometric ID
The African nation of Uganda will upgrade its already existing national ID system to a Chinese Communist...
Over Seven Million in Desperate Need of Aid as Somalia Famine Risk Worsens
Parts of Somalia could be experiencing famine this September, the Food and Agriculture Organization...
Is Iran in famine? Beef, fruit, and dairy sales dropped 30% in one week.
Iran Suffering Famine? Beef, Dairy, and Fruit Consumption Dropped 30% in a Week
Iran’s food security crisis is escalating at an alarming speed after reports emerged that beef, dairy...