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West and Central Africa to join forces against Boko Haram
West and Central Africa to join forces against Boko Haram
The Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) announced plans on Saturday to increase co-operation with Central African states in the battle...
France outraged by Rwandan genocide blame
France outraged by Rwandan genocide blame
France has reacted with fury after Rwanda's president, Paul Kagame, renewed accusations of direct French involvement in the 1994 genocide, on...
S Sudan plunging into worst famine in decades, warns UN
S Sudan plunging into worst famine in decades, warns UN
Devastated South Sudan could become the scene of the worst famine catastrophe in Africa in decades without more aid and a ceasefire to let farmers...
Somali government accused of diverting weapons to warlords
Somali government accused of diverting weapons to warlords
The experts, who are monitoring the partial lifting of an arms embargo on Somalia, recommended that the UN Security Council re-impose a full...
Vatican dismisses 'unfair' UN child molestation findings
Vatican dismisses 'unfair' UN child molestation findings
The Vatican said on Wednesday a United Nations report on sexual abuse of children by clergy was distorted, unfair and ideologically biased....
Syrian talks end with no sign of peace
Syrian talks end with no sign of peace
A contentious, week-long first round of Syrian peace talks ended on Friday with no progress towards ending the...
Civilians pay price for South Sudan leaders' realpolitik
Civilians pay price for South Sudan leaders' realpolitik
As fighting continued to rage in South Sudan this week, two pieces of news encapsulated the young country's descent into the abyss.
UN cuts food aid for one million Zimbabweans
UN cuts food aid for one million Zimbabweans
About one-million Zimbabweans may go hungry after the UN World Food Programme (WFP) said on...
UN: Thousands of people uprooted by CAR violence
UN: Thousands of people uprooted by CAR violence
The United Nations on Tuesday reported that violent unrest in Bangui has forced some 210 000 people from their homes in the past two weeks...
Zimbabwe asks for UN bailout
Zimbabwe asks for UN bailout
Harare has asked the United Nations to bail it out by scaling down its humanitarian programmes and channelling funds to development work that will...
Who will foot the bill for climate change?
Who will foot the bill for climate change?
Rich and poor were deadlocked on Wednesday over how to raise aid to help developing countries cope with global warming, in another setback at...

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