Reactions of Victims to the Prospect of Reparations in the Lubanga Case

[Lubanga Trial Website] The below article is from our partner at Radio Canal Révélation, a radio station based in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The article was produced as part of the radio station’s Interactive Radio for Justice and Peace Project, which promotes discussion on critical issues around justice in DRC.

[Lubanga Trial Website] The below article is from our partner at Radio Canal Révélation, a radio station based in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The article was produced as part of the radio station's Interactive Radio for Justice and Peace Project, which promotes discussion on critical issues around justice in DRC.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Cholera Kills Two in Zimbabwe

[East African] Two people have died of cholera in Zimbabwe and several others have been hospitalised as the southern African country battles the aftermath of floods.

[East African] Two people have died of cholera in Zimbabwe and several others have been hospitalised as the southern African country battles the aftermath of floods.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Turn in Your Rifles, You Old Men and Womanisers, or Risk Society’s Wrath

[East African] A couple of weeks ago, a local musician who isn’t exactly the most famous in the land, staged a song-launch concert in Kampala for his new hit that implores men to return their “rifles” to the sub-county headquarters locally known as gom…

[East African] A couple of weeks ago, a local musician who isn't exactly the most famous in the land, staged a song-launch concert in Kampala for his new hit that implores men to return their "rifles" to the sub-county headquarters locally known as gombolola.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Climate Change – Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda to Benefit From U.S.$6.8 Million Agriculture Grant

[East African] Kenya and Ethiopia, as well as Uganda are among countries that will benefit from a $6.8 million fund to build agricultural resilience against climate change in the Horn of Africa.

[East African] Kenya and Ethiopia, as well as Uganda are among countries that will benefit from a $6.8 million fund to build agricultural resilience against climate change in the Horn of Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Information Minister Nnauye Replaced in Cabinet Reshuffle

[East African] President John Magufuli has appointed Harison Mwakyembe as his new Minister for Information, Sports and Culture, in a Cabinet reshuffle announced by State House Wednesday.

[East African] President John Magufuli has appointed Harison Mwakyembe as his new Minister for Information, Sports and Culture, in a Cabinet reshuffle announced by State House Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

ICC Orders First Monetary Awards to War Crime Victims

[Al Jazeera] Judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday awarded individual and collective reparations to victims of war crimes committed by former Congolese militia leader Germain Katanga.

[Al Jazeera] Judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday awarded individual and collective reparations to victims of war crimes committed by former Congolese militia leader Germain Katanga.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Uganda At ‘Breaking Point’ From S Sudan Refugee Crisis

[Al Jazeera] The United Nations has warned that Uganda is at a “breaking point” as almost 3,000 refugees pour into the country every day from South Sudan, fleeing violence and famine in the world’s youngest country.

[Al Jazeera] The United Nations has warned that Uganda is at a "breaking point" as almost 3,000 refugees pour into the country every day from South Sudan, fleeing violence and famine in the world's youngest country.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed – Help the Somali People

[Al Jazeera] Somalia’s president said on Thursday almost half his country’s people are facing acute food shortages and about 15 percent are facing famine. He urged the world to help.

[Al Jazeera] Somalia's president said on Thursday almost half his country's people are facing acute food shortages and about 15 percent are facing famine. He urged the world to help.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia