[Nation] Infighting among the top leadership of Somali-based militia Al-Shabaab over finances is threatening to split the group, an intelligence report seen by the Nation shows.
[ISS] The United States has established its first joint terrorism task force overseas — will its focus stop at training?
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Bangkok/Addis Ababa -Internet shutdowns cannot be justified at a time when access to information is critical to containing the deadly coronavirus pandemic, human rights groups have warned.
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe has recorded its first confirmed case of coronavirus.
[Namibian] NAMIBIA has recorded its third case of a coronavirus infection, after a 61-year-old German national who travelled to Namibia tested positive for the virus.
[Daily Maverick] Drastic measures are necessary to slow the spread of Covid-19 in South Africa.
“IN THE HISTORY of any nation there are special moments and seminal events,” said President Uhuru Kenyatta in August. He was celebrating Kenya’s entry to the club of oil producers with a symbolic shipment of 200,000 barrels. “The first export of crude oil by our nation…marks a special moment in our history,” he declared.
[HRW] Nairobi -The Ethiopian government should immediately lift the shutdown of internet and phone communications in the Oromia region. The two-month-long shutdown has prevented families from communicating, disrupted life-saving services, and contributed to an information blackout during government counterinsurgency operations in the area.
[Premium Times] A Nigerian has tested positive to Covid-19 (coronavirus) in Washington, US, the Mayor of Washington DC, Muriel Bowser, said on Saturday.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] New York -Prejudice against women includes thinking that university education is more important for men or that they deserve jobs more