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Ethiopian security forces accused of 39 extrajudicial killings

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Ethiopian security forces in the Oromiya region have executed 39 opposition supporters and arrested at least 10 000 others accused of being members of...

Sudan army officer dies, soldiers hurt in attack by Ethiopian militia-SUNA

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A Sudanese military officer was killed and several soldiers wounded on Thursday in an attack by Ethiopian militias on the Sudanese side of the...

Seven health workers, civilian killed in Somali village – aid group

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Seven health workers and a civilian were killed in a village north of the Somali capital after being abducted by masked men in military...

ISS: Robbery continues on Kenya’s treacherous Isiolo-Moyale highway

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Highway robbers continue to terrorise motorists along Kenya’s Isiolo-Moyale highway, a section of the Great North Road that connects Cairo to Cape Town. Although...

Forty villagers killed in massacre in northeast Congo

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Suspected Islamist militants have killed at least 40 people in northeastern Congo, a rights group said on Wednesday, the latest in a wave of...

Suspected Islamist militia kills at least 17 in northeastern Congo

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Suspected Islamist fighters killed at least 17 people in an early morning raid on a village in northeastern Congo on 25 May, a local...

Level 4 sees slight crime increase, stats remain low

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While crime in the country continued to remain low during the COVID-19 lockdown, reported cases began to increase after the country moved to level...

Egyptian forces kill 21 militants in North Sinai- state TV

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Egyptian security forces killed 21 suspected militants in North Sinai, part of a group that the interior ministry said was planning attacks over the...

Libya frontline pullback puts eastern offensive in question

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The Libyan National Army (LNA) of eastern military commander Khalifa Haftar said it had pulled back from some Tripoli frontlines on Wednesday, calling into...

Hundreds killed in South Sudan tribal clashes – ICRC

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Hundreds of civilians, including three aid workers, were killed in a series of tribal clashes in villages in South Sudan’s vast Jonglei state, the...

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Coronavirus shows why the SANDF needs to be adequately funded

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The deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to help fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus yet again demonstrates the need for a...