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Burundi opposition boycotting Tanzania peace talks

Burundi’s main opposition grouping is boycotting peace talks in Tanzania, leaving little chance the negotiations will end simmering political violence that has claimed hundreds of lives.

Senior Tanzanian officials dismissed

Tanzanian President John Magufuli sacked two senior officials after they failed to recall immediately how much money was allocated by government in their respective districts for public road construction projects.

Wildlife criminals arrested in Malawi

Two of East Africa’s most wanted wildlife criminals were arrested in a joint operation co-ordinated by Interpol.

Tanzania shuts down another “days numbered” newspaper

Tanzania’s government closed a critical newspaper for the second time in three months, banning the weekly MwanaHalisi for two years after accusing it of inciting violence.

UN probing North Korean arms embargo violations in Africa

The United Nations is investigating reports that North Korea violated arms embargoes and supplied weapons to a number of African countries, including air defence systems to Mozambique and Tanzania.

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