North Darfur Displaced Clear – No Safety, No Return

[Radio Dabanga] Tawila -The message of displaced people in Darfur’s camps to the international community remains the same: they refuse to voluntarily return home. A delegation of the United Nations Security Council discussed humanitarian and security i…

[Radio Dabanga] Tawila -The message of displaced people in Darfur's camps to the international community remains the same: they refuse to voluntarily return home. A delegation of the United Nations Security Council discussed humanitarian and security issues in North Darfur camps on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Houses Demolished, Residents Forcibly Removed By Khartoum Authorities

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Khartoum state Land Department authorities demolished and forcefully removed the residents of dozens of houses in El Sharaja, during which a child was injured.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Khartoum state Land Department authorities demolished and forcefully removed the residents of dozens of houses in El Sharaja, during which a child was injured.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Cholera Appears in North Kordofan Capital

[Radio Dabanga] El Obeid / Kosti -Cases of cholera have appeared in the state capital of North Kordofan for the first time. The disease is spreading rapidly in White Nile state, where seven people died in the capital on Saturday.

[Radio Dabanga] El Obeid / Kosti -Cases of cholera have appeared in the state capital of North Kordofan for the first time. The disease is spreading rapidly in White Nile state, where seven people died in the capital on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Port Sudan Kiosk Owners Call Strike

[Radio Dabanga] Port Sudan -Kiosk owners at the Port Sudan grand market have threatened to strike unless they are allocated new places to sell their goods following the demolition of newspaper stands.

[Radio Dabanga] Port Sudan -Kiosk owners at the Port Sudan grand market have threatened to strike unless they are allocated new places to sell their goods following the demolition of newspaper stands.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Namibia Can Help Protect Schools in War Zones

[HRW] In the Central African Republic, thousands of children are losing their chance to get an education because of the country’s armed conflict. Namibia can help the children there and in many other countries where conflict has kept them from going to…

[HRW] In the Central African Republic, thousands of children are losing their chance to get an education because of the country's armed conflict. Namibia can help the children there and in many other countries where conflict has kept them from going to school.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Uhuru Cousin Wanjiku Muhoho Back to Nyandarua Woman Rep Race

[Nation] It will not be an easy ride for the Nyandarua woman representative Jubilee Party nominee Faith Gitau after President Uhuru Kenyatta’s cousin Wanjiku Muhoho got back into the race as an independent candidate.

[Nation] It will not be an easy ride for the Nyandarua woman representative Jubilee Party nominee Faith Gitau after President Uhuru Kenyatta's cousin Wanjiku Muhoho got back into the race as an independent candidate.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt Needs to Do More to End Domestic Violence

[HRW] “I would beat her,” the Algerian man confirmed, “not hard, just normal.” His response to the question, “Would you beat your wife?” aired on Ennahar, an Algerian TV channel in March, alongside several similar answers. sparked outrage on social media.

[HRW] "I would beat her," the Algerian man confirmed, "not hard, just normal." His response to the question, "Would you beat your wife?" aired on Ennahar, an Algerian TV channel in March, alongside several similar answers. sparked outrage on social media.

source: AllAfrica News: Algeria

Land Debate Dominates Hunt for 1.7 Million Coast Votes

[Nation] Land is emerging as a key campaign issue in the battle for the more than 1.7 million votes in the coast region’s six counties, as the clock ticks towards the August 8 General Election.

[Nation] Land is emerging as a key campaign issue in the battle for the more than 1.7 million votes in the coast region's six counties, as the clock ticks towards the August 8 General Election.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Police General Snubs Human Rights Commission Summons

[Observer] The inspector general of police, Kale Kayihura has snubbed summons to appear before Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC) in the ongoing investigations on the torture of suspects in police custody.

[Observer] The inspector general of police, Kale Kayihura has snubbed summons to appear before Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC) in the ongoing investigations on the torture of suspects in police custody.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda