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Congo Rebels Loot Central Bank in Goma

Congo rebels have looted the central bank in Goma after refusing to withdraw from the city they captured last week. M23 fighters surrounded the bank early...

After Kismayo – What Next for Al-Shabaab and Somalia?

After a long wait, the Kenya Army finally entered the southern Somali port city of Kismayo on 28 September, following an attack by sea,...

Conflict Persists Eastern Congo

Major donors to Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) should withhold aid to both governments until they comply with prior agreements...

South Sudan Seeks East African Support

The high level delegation from South Sudan has sought assistance from the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) to mediate the current crisis facing them...

Botswana Seeks Joint Tourism Ventures

Botswana has called for joint marketing ventures with Zambia aimed at developing and boosting tourist arrivals in both countries Botswana Tourism marketing executive-local and African...

South Sudan Pleads for International Assistance in Tackling Khartoum’s Aggression

South Sudan is now urging the international community to urgently intervene and resolve a crisis between the new nation and its northern neighbour, which...

South Sudan Confronting Al Bashir’s War Threats

Now President Beshir of Allah Sudan is back with a war tune and this time he is demanding oil money as a compensation for...

Ethiopia Calls for Long View on Sustainable Development in Horn of...

Ethiopia called today from the General Assembly not only for immediate aid to help the 13.3 million victims of drought and famine in Somalia and elsewhere in the Horn of Africa but also for the "even more crucial" means to achieve sustainable development in the region.

South Sudan Pushing for $0.41 Per Barrel in Oil Transit Fees

With the independence of South Sudan last month as part of the 2005 peace deal that ended more than two decades of civil war, the North has lost 75 percent of the country's oil production of 500,000 barrels a day.

South Sudan to Circulate New Currency This Week

Newly independent South Sudan said on Monday it planned to roll out its new currency in a week -- earlier than expected -- at...