Al-Shabaab Claims Killing 30 Soldiers in Balad Hawo Attack

[Shabelle] Somali government forces have regained control of a town on the border with Kenya after al Shabaab militants stormed an army base there on Monday, causing heavy clashes in which at least 17 people died, the military said.

[Shabelle] Somali government forces have regained control of a town on the border with Kenya after al Shabaab militants stormed an army base there on Monday, causing heavy clashes in which at least 17 people died, the military said.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

UNAMID Concerned Over Allegations of Improper Team Site Handovers

[Radio Dabanga] El Fasher -The United Nations-African Union peacekeeping Mission in Darfur (Unamid) expressed its concern today about allegations that the handover of team sites in North Darfur has been improper.

[Radio Dabanga] El Fasher -The United Nations-African Union peacekeeping Mission in Darfur (Unamid) expressed its concern today about allegations that the handover of team sites in North Darfur has been improper.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

National Commission for Human Rights Calls On ICC to Be Impartial

[Iwacu] The National Commission for Human Rights [CNIDH] notes that the report of the Commission of Inquiry was inspired by some of the previous reports but somewhat different from the latter. “The CNIDH considers that the report should constitute a br…

[Iwacu] The National Commission for Human Rights [CNIDH] notes that the report of the Commission of Inquiry was inspired by some of the previous reports but somewhat different from the latter. "The CNIDH considers that the report should constitute a breach of a frank and constructive dialogue on the situation of human rights in Burundi", says Jean Baptiste Baribonekeza, the chairman of the CNIDH.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

The Treasure in Children

[Cameroon Tribune] The new school year in on and has gone for five days. The roads leading to many schools are increasingly becoming busy with pupils and students. In the urban areas such as Yaounde and Douala, the traffic go-slow has resumed full swin…

[Cameroon Tribune] The new school year in on and has gone for five days. The roads leading to many schools are increasingly becoming busy with pupils and students. In the urban areas such as Yaounde and Douala, the traffic go-slow has resumed full swing. This, of course, is normal is a veritable translation of the determination with which children and school authorities are ready to take up the education challenge. The situation, however, is a bit different in the North West and South West Regions where school resumption is

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon