‘Eu Immigration Measures Futile’ – Sudanese Civil Rights Activists

[Radio Dabanga] Sudan -The EU policy in the fight against illegal immigration and human trafficking by funding African governments to strengthen security and police organs is futile, according to Sudanese civil rights activist Hafez Ismail.

[Radio Dabanga] Sudan -The EU policy in the fight against illegal immigration and human trafficking by funding African governments to strengthen security and police organs is futile, according to Sudanese civil rights activist Hafez Ismail.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Cyber Crime Act Defended Adline Goes Here

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government has defended the Cyber Crime Act of 2015 that is mostly perceived as a draconian law because it does not show mercy to people who misuse Information Communication Technology.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government has defended the Cyber Crime Act of 2015 that is mostly perceived as a draconian law because it does not show mercy to people who misuse Information Communication Technology.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Police Raid, Close Independent Radio Station in Puntland

[CPJ] Nairobi -Authorities in the Puntland region of Somalia should immediately reopen an independent radio station closed in a police raid and ensure its journalists’ safety, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

[CPJ] Nairobi -Authorities in the Puntland region of Somalia should immediately reopen an independent radio station closed in a police raid and ensure its journalists' safety, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Amid War Devastation, Central African Youth Become Agents of Peace

[UNFPA] Bangui -An entire generation of Central African youth has been scarred by three years of relentless bloodshed. At the height of the crisis, villages were burned to the ground, and sexual violence was widespread. Hundreds of thousands were force…

[UNFPA] Bangui -An entire generation of Central African youth has been scarred by three years of relentless bloodshed. At the height of the crisis, villages were burned to the ground, and sexual violence was widespread. Hundreds of thousands were forced to flee their homes. But today, as a fragile stability takes hold, a peer education programme is helping the country's young people to reject violence.

source: AllAfrica News: Central African Republic

How Dar’s ‘Off the Grid’ Families Get Clean Water Supply

[Daily News] About 6,887 houses in low-income communities in Dar es Salaam access clean and safe water from community-based water projects. Other community members get the much needed services through hundreds of water kiosks constructed in various areas.

[Daily News] About 6,887 houses in low-income communities in Dar es Salaam access clean and safe water from community-based water projects. Other community members get the much needed services through hundreds of water kiosks constructed in various areas.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Kindness, Compassion From U.S Varsity Students

[Daily News] A service-learning programme at the University of Texas in USA, where engineering and social work students integrate their skills to design and implement sustainable-development projects in communities around the world is making an impact in Tanga.

[Daily News] A service-learning programme at the University of Texas in USA, where engineering and social work students integrate their skills to design and implement sustainable-development projects in communities around the world is making an impact in Tanga.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Only DPP Has Power to Withdraw Criminal Charges

[Daily News] Musa Lyamhelo, alias Seba Akujiwe and Mariam Shamshi were husband and wife respectively. They were charged with killing their children after feeding them some groundnuts suspected to have been poisoned.

[Daily News] Musa Lyamhelo, alias Seba Akujiwe and Mariam Shamshi were husband and wife respectively. They were charged with killing their children after feeding them some groundnuts suspected to have been poisoned.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

LSK and Employer Tell State to Produce Lawyer

[Nation] The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has filed a petition seeking to force the government to produce Willie Kimani, the lawyer who mysteriously disappeared last week in the company of his client and a taxi driver.

[Nation] The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has filed a petition seeking to force the government to produce Willie Kimani, the lawyer who mysteriously disappeared last week in the company of his client and a taxi driver.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya