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Doubt Over Lasting Peace Between Two Sudan

As soon as the Sudanese and South Sudanese governments signed a deal on 27 September to secure their shared border and boost trade, the...

Sudan Rebels Bomb Darfur Airport

The Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) announced that it had bombed El-Fasher's airport, capital of North Darfur, on Friday evening October 26. Abdullah Mursal, spokesman of...

Somalians Flee Yemen Amids Xenophobia and Attacks

Continuing unrest and xenophobia in Yemen have prompted an upsurge in the number of migrants and refugees returning to Somalia, with up to 6,000 reported to have travelled back across the Red Sea since the beginning of October.

Kenyan Court Issues Arrest Warrant For Sudan’s President Omar Bashir

AFRICANGLOBE - A Kenyan judge has issued a warrant on Monday for Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, who is  wanted by an international court for genocide, after the government failed to arrest him during a visit last year. The high court ruling means Bashir's arrest "should be effected by the Attorney General and the Minister for Internal Security should he ever set foot in Kenya," Judge Nicolas Ombija said.

Zimbabwe Set to Maintain Single-Digit Inflation

Zimbabwe has begun to experience a dissipation of underlying inflationary pressures in the economy and looks set to maintain single- digit inflation this year, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has said. The decline in quarterly annualised inflation from 5,9 percent in September to 4,47 percent in October showed significant easing.

Black Britons Plan Protests Against Deaths in Police Custody

A coalition of black families whose loved ones have died in police, prison, or state psychiatric custody in Britain are to hold a rally in October calling for an end to deaths in custody.

Grand Towers to Open 12 New Hotels in Nigeria

The chairman of the Grand Towers Plc, Mr. Nze Chidi Duru announced that the company will open 12 hotels within two years in Nigeria.