Refugee Crisis in the Eyes of a Humanitarian Worker

[Monitor] US President Donald Trump, by all recent accounts, is not that a fan of the United Nations system and so are a good number of people out there. In Trump’s words, which are probably still ricocheting inside the headquarters in New York, the UN…

[Monitor] US President Donald Trump, by all recent accounts, is not that a fan of the United Nations system and so are a good number of people out there. In Trump's words, which are probably still ricocheting inside the headquarters in New York, the UN is a "club" for people to "have a good time."

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Revenue Authority Lawyer to Sue Parliament Over Shs 6 Billion Oil Cash Bonanza

[Observer] Uganda Revenue Authority lawyer, Ali Sekatawa, who is also one of the beneficiaries of the Shs 6 billion oil cash bonanza, has threatened to petition court over parliament’s findings and recommendations on the matter.

[Observer] Uganda Revenue Authority lawyer, Ali Sekatawa, who is also one of the beneficiaries of the Shs 6 billion oil cash bonanza, has threatened to petition court over parliament's findings and recommendations on the matter.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Reasons Why Uganda’s Good Refugee Policy Could Change

[Monitor] Armed conflict explodes. The shooting sides don’t play by any known rules of military engagement. They kill, they rape, they maim, they abduct, they torch homes and gardens, they pillage.

[Monitor] Armed conflict explodes. The shooting sides don't play by any known rules of military engagement. They kill, they rape, they maim, they abduct, they torch homes and gardens, they pillage.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Kenya Hold Uganda to Win Elgon Cup

[Monitor] Nairobi -Kenya needed a late penalty try to secure a tenth Elgon Cup after Uganda had thrown them into panic for most of the game after a shaky start.

[Monitor] Nairobi -Kenya needed a late penalty try to secure a tenth Elgon Cup after Uganda had thrown them into panic for most of the game after a shaky start.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Let’s Borrow a Leaf From Kenya On Sanitary Pads

[Monitor] Kenya, like Uganda a year ago, is in the election season and is expected to go to the polls on August 8 to elect a new president. In the midst of a very busy and hectic campaign period, Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta last week signed into l…

[Monitor] Kenya, like Uganda a year ago, is in the election season and is expected to go to the polls on August 8 to elect a new president. In the midst of a very busy and hectic campaign period, Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta last week signed into law amendments to the country's education act which among others things require that "free, sufficient and quality sanitary towels" must be provided to every girl registered at school, as well as providing "a safe and environmental sound mechanism for disposal".

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

U.S.$175 000 Lawsuit Against National Airline Flops

[The Herald] A Harare couple’s claim for $175 000 in damages against Air Zimbabwe (Airzim) for allegedly neglecting two children left under the care of its staff on a South Africa-bound flight has failed at the High Court.

[The Herald] A Harare couple's claim for $175 000 in damages against Air Zimbabwe (Airzim) for allegedly neglecting two children left under the care of its staff on a South Africa-bound flight has failed at the High Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

My Son Deserves Another Chance, Evans’ Father Pleads

[Daily Trust] Stephen Onwuamadike, father of Chukwudumeje popularly known as Evans, the billionaire kidnapper has appealed to the government to take his son to TB Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, for deliverance.

[Daily Trust] Stephen Onwuamadike, father of Chukwudumeje popularly known as Evans, the billionaire kidnapper has appealed to the government to take his son to TB Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, for deliverance.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria