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Massive Brawl Breaks out Between Pro- and Anti-Government Supporters During Eritrean Independence Celebrations in Israel

Violence erupted in Tel Aviv this weekend as thousands of Eritrean migrants gathered to celebrate the east African country’s 25th independence anniversary. The massive brawl at the event organized by the Eritrean Embassy to Israel on Friday occurred between pro- Read more ›

Ugandan government makes concessions to anti-homosexuality stance

The Ugandan government has agreed to some compromises to appease its western partners after the country’s enactment of a contentious law against homosexuality in February led to aid cuts. According to a report by The East African, the government has Read more ›

Ethiopia launches Climate Innovation Center

The Ethiopian government has launched an innovative Climate Center in Addis Ababa on Thursday, March 27th. Report indicate that the project is the result of a joint collaboration between Ethiopia and the World Bank. According to a statement released at Read more ›

Khartoum postpones UN Refugee Program

The Sudanese government¬†has announced the suspension of a United Nations program aimed at providing training and other forms of assistance to thousands of refugees and local residents in eastern Sudan. The Sudanese Media Center issued a statement announcing that the Read more ›

Uganda Accuses World Bank of Blackmail

Uganda has accused the World Bank of blackmail after the institution postponed its issuance of a $90 million loan over the country’s adoption of a controversial anti-gay law. Reports indicate that ¬†the World Bank suspended healthcare funding as a direct Read more ›