Author: Bethany Keatinge

Eritrea promised in its letter to the UN Security Council that the fighting has been fiercely withdrawing from Tigri since early November. After six months of conflict, Eritrea realized for the first time the presence of its forces in Ethiopia’s Tigri. The country promised to withdraw them in an overnight letter sent to the UN Security Council from Friday to Saturday, April 18.In early November, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced the dispatch of federal troops to Tigray to arrest and disarm the local leaders of the Tigray Liberation Front (FPLT).​​​ Ethiopia accuses these local leaders of launching attacks on…

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News this week (7). General mobilization for vaccines, reduction of official development assistance, Johnson & Johnson suspended in South Africa… “The Third Way” by Ngozi Okonjo-IwealaNgozi Okonjo-Iweala of Nigeria, the new chairman of the World Trade Organization (WTO), has promised that she will try “The third way” In this way, every country can equitably obtain a vaccine against Covid-19. She took action on Wednesday, April 14. Bring together more than fifty representatives of the government, pharmaceutical companies and civil society.Starting from the first meeting held behind closed doors, people first expected an inventory of the obstacles to mass production of…

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The historian was imprisoned for nearly three months, condemning the regime’s “return” in terms of freedom of expression and the “defamation” campaign in which opponents became victims. Moroccan historian Maati Monjib, 61, was released on bail on March 23 after being held in El Arjat prison near Rabat for nearly three months. As an expression liberal, he was sentenced to one year in prison in January for “endangering national security” and “fraud”. The national and international mobilization caused by his hunger strike may affect the authorities’ decision to release him. In turn, he worried about the fate of journalists and…

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Marcel Hitayezu was charged with genocide and conspiracy against humanity. He was sentenced to prison on Wednesday. He is a refugee from France and has been naturalized. On Wednesday, April 14, a Rwandan pastor was charged and imprisoned.He was specifically accused of possessing “Food provided by the militia” Agence France-Presse massacred Tutsi in a church in Rwanda in 1994 and learned from the indictment on Friday. The person disputed the facts alleged. According to the United Nations, the genocide caused more than 800,000 lives, mainly the Tutsi who was extinct between April and July 1994.Marcel Hitayezu was born in 1956…

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According to the United Nations, approximately 65,000 residents have fled the northeastern city of Damascus. About 20 people were killed this week. This is an empty city. According to local sources, the United Nations (UN) announced last Friday (April 16) that approximately 65,000 people had fled Damasak in northeastern Nigeria after a series of attacks had occurred that killed more than 20 people. Baba-Sheikh Haruna, adviser to the governor of Borno state, said that the most recent one was to kill 18 people on Wednesday, in addition to killing 4 people on Tuesday.Jihadists from the Islamic State of West Africa…

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The Abidjan Circuit Court declared Amad Waemi guilty of “crimes against population, robbery, kidnapping, murder, rape and crimes against humanity.” During the post-electoral crisis, Amadé Ouérémi, a former warlord close to Côte d’Ivoire, was sentenced to life imprisonment at the Assizes Court in Abidjan on Thursday, April 15 when he approached the Pro-Ouérémi camp during the post-election crisis. , The crime was “committed a crime against humanity” and was established in Duékoué in 2011.Amadé Ouérémi, nicknamed “Lord” in the region, was sentenced for actions committed in the post-election crisis from March 28 to 29, 2011, which shocked the country ,…

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There may be a new transition between the MPD led by Prime Minister Ulisses Correia e Silva and the PAICV led by Janira Hopffer Almada, who aims to be the first woman to lead the government. Cape Verdeans elected their representatives on Sunday, April 18, keeping in mind their economic and tourism situation-severely hit by the Covid-19 pandemic-far beyond democracy, making their archipelago a permanent exception to Africa.This singularity is in the tropics. The result of the negotiation is that the two historical parties are uncertain when, in other places in the same month, the President of Djibouti has just…

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Since December, Boko Haram or the jihadist organization of the Islamic State has abducted nearly 700 children and adolescents. This “robber” The people who kidnapped 14-year-old Hafsat and 13-year-old Aisha in northwestern Nigeria, presumably for ransom, not only gave them a great enthusiasm for life and carelessness. They undoubtedly ruined their future.Following a series of similar mass kidnappings of children and teenagers, the two sisters were kidnapped at the end of February and detained for a week in Zamfara State with their more than 250 classmates.In the area, there are nearly 700 students, children and teenagers kidnapped by armed groups,…

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Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati was assassinated in Bamako on April 13 and was one of the signatories of the 2015 Algiers Peace Agreement. In a country threatened on all sides, he embodies the element of fragile peace. The current chairman of the Azawad Movement Coordination Association (CMA), Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati (Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati), a coalition of former independent rebels, declared war on Mali in 2012. But he was shot dead on Tuesday, April 13. The attack occurred in broad daylight outside his home in Bamako, the capital of Mali. The two people suspected of shooting him have not…

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