Soldier Kills Students in Kordofan University

[Radio Dabanga] Delling -A member of the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) shot and killed two people at the Delling University in South Kordofan and immediately committed suicide yesterday. Fellow students started protesting at the morgue and police station.

[Radio Dabanga] Delling -A member of the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) shot and killed two people at the Delling University in South Kordofan and immediately committed suicide yesterday. Fellow students started protesting at the morgue and police station.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Violent Central Darfur Weapons Search Continues

[Radio Dabanga] Nierteti -Searches for weapons have continued in the Central Darfur town of Nierteti, where sources reported that soldiers beat fourteen people during a raid. Two sheikhs have been arrested.

[Radio Dabanga] Nierteti -Searches for weapons have continued in the Central Darfur town of Nierteti, where sources reported that soldiers beat fourteen people during a raid. Two sheikhs have been arrested.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Khartoum Accuses Eritrea of Threats

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / Kassala -Khartoum has officially announced its preparation for “security threats” from its neighbour Eritrea after military movements in the area adjacent to Sudan’s Kassala state. The border remains closed.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / Kassala -Khartoum has officially announced its preparation for "security threats" from its neighbour Eritrea after military movements in the area adjacent to Sudan's Kassala state. The border remains closed.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Tulia Trust Fund Hands Over Four TV Sets

[Daily News] PATIENTS seeking and undergoing treatment at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute (JKCI) will now be feeling at home as entertainment and news will now be in their reach, thanks to a donation of four TV sets by Tulia Trust Fund.

[Daily News] PATIENTS seeking and undergoing treatment at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute (JKCI) will now be feeling at home as entertainment and news will now be in their reach, thanks to a donation of four TV sets by Tulia Trust Fund.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Peace’ of the Tormentor and Resistance Toward Freedom

[Addis Standard] Fostering peace is much more abstruse than waging war or employing violence to address social woes. The multi-dimensional disposition of peace necessitates a wide-ranging approach that addresses all the underlying and deep-rooted facto…

[Addis Standard] Fostering peace is much more abstruse than waging war or employing violence to address social woes. The multi-dimensional disposition of peace necessitates a wide-ranging approach that addresses all the underlying and deep-rooted factors interposed to the absence of peace in the first place. 'Positive peace' is not merely the absence of war and violence. Instead, it is the presence of justice, freedom and equality in the political, economic and social spheres of society.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Federal High Court Reverses Decision to Summon Gov. Officials As Defense Witnesses, Angering Defendants – Sentences Seven On Contempt of Court

[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba – The Federal High Court 4th criminal bench has today dismissed its own decision to summon high level government officials as defense witnesses in the case involving senior opposition party officials from the Oromo Federali…

[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba - The Federal High Court 4th criminal bench has today dismissed its own decision to summon high level government officials as defense witnesses in the case involving senior opposition party officials from the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC).

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Autopsy of Ayele Beyene Says He Died of ‘Natural Cause’ – Contradicts Co-Defendants Who Say He Died of ‘Torture, Neglect in Prison’

[Addis Standard] The autopsy of Ayele Beyene, 29, who died in the last week of July 2017 while he was imprisoned at Qilinto prison, a maximum prison facility on the southern outskirt of Addis Abeba, has declared the cause of his death as “natural.”

[Addis Standard] The autopsy of Ayele Beyene, 29, who died in the last week of July 2017 while he was imprisoned at Qilinto prison, a maximum prison facility on the southern outskirt of Addis Abeba, has declared the cause of his death as "natural."

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ethiopia to Close Down Notorious Prison, to Release All Political Prisoners

[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -At a joint press briefing given by the four chairpersons of EPRDF’s member parties, PM Hailemariam Desalegn, who is the chairperson of SEPDM, said his government will close down the notorious prison ward (and a torture cha…

[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -At a joint press briefing given by the four chairpersons of EPRDF's member parties, PM Hailemariam Desalegn, who is the chairperson of SEPDM, said his government will close down the notorious prison ward (and a torture chamber by all accounts) called Mae'kelawi. The Prime Minister said Mae'kelawi will be turned into a "modern museum".

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Two Benches At Federal High Court Jail Nineteen Ethiopians Accused of Having Links With Pg7 to Lengthy Terms

[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -The federal high court 19th and 4th criminal benches here in the capital Addis Abeba have today sentenced a total of nineteen Ethiopians who were accused of terrorism related offenses to jail terms ranging from three years…

[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -The federal high court 19th and 4th criminal benches here in the capital Addis Abeba have today sentenced a total of nineteen Ethiopians who were accused of terrorism related offenses to jail terms ranging from three years and ten months to 16 years and six months.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Duce Students Volunteer to Teach in Several Dar Schools

[Daily News] SECONDARY school students in Dar es Salaam are set to benefit from a special programme where undergraduates from Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE) will now be volunteering to teach them during their free time.

[Daily News] SECONDARY school students in Dar es Salaam are set to benefit from a special programme where undergraduates from Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE) will now be volunteering to teach them during their free time.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania