Militants Blocking Aid to Starving Children, Charity Says

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -“Getting aid to them is not easy … When animals die, there is no food, no milk, and no assets to make money off and subsequently buy food”

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -"Getting aid to them is not easy ... When animals die, there is no food, no milk, and no assets to make money off and subsequently buy food"

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Hospital’s Prosthetics Deliver Limbs and New Life

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Juba -The hospital is in high demand in a country born of war that remains littered with mines and explosive devices, with civil war still raging Solomon was just seven years old when he woke up missing a leg.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Juba -The hospital is in high demand in a country born of war that remains littered with mines and explosive devices, with civil war still raging Solomon was just seven years old when he woke up missing a leg.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Jubilee Takes Campaigns to Embu, Nasa Woos Narok Voters

[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto are today campaigning in Embu County while the opposition Nasa coalition is for the second day in Narok to woo voters.

[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto are today campaigning in Embu County while the opposition Nasa coalition is for the second day in Narok to woo voters.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Two Journalists Face Baseless Criminal Charges

[HRW] Johannesburg -Angolan prosecutors should drop charges against two journalists accused of insulting the state and allow them to do their jobs without interference, Human Rights Watch said today. Rafael Marques de Morais, who runs the anticorruption website Maka Angola, and Mariano Bras Lourenço, editor of the weekly newspaper O Crime, were charged on June 21, 2017, with “outrage to a body of sovereignty and injury against public authority,” under Angola’s Law on Crimes against State Security.

[HRW] Johannesburg -Angolan prosecutors should drop charges against two journalists accused of insulting the state and allow them to do their jobs without interference, Human Rights Watch said today. Rafael Marques de Morais, who runs the anticorruption website Maka Angola, and Mariano Bras Lourenço, editor of the weekly newspaper O Crime, were charged on June 21, 2017, with "outrage to a body of sovereignty and injury against public authority," under Angola's Law on Crimes against State Security.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola