Army Deployed to Protect Oil and Gas Fields Against Protests

[Deutsche Welle] For the first time, troops in Tunisia are to be deployed to protect key industrial sites against protests, sit-ins and strikes. Poverty, unemployment and corruption are ongoing issues in the North African state.

[Deutsche Welle] For the first time, troops in Tunisia are to be deployed to protect key industrial sites against protests, sit-ins and strikes. Poverty, unemployment and corruption are ongoing issues in the North African state.

source: AllAfrica News: Tunisia

Humanitarian Situation Worsens

[Deutsche Welle] The Kasai crisis has led to the largest population of internally displaced people in the whole of Africa as aid workers struggle to respond amid increasing violence and political instability.

[Deutsche Welle] The Kasai crisis has led to the largest population of internally displaced people in the whole of Africa as aid workers struggle to respond amid increasing violence and political instability.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

‘Nobody Wants the Airport Buses’

[Namibian] NOBODY seems keen to take responsibility for the two apron buses bought by the Namibia Airports Company for N$5,7 million in 2013 for use at the Hosea Kutako International Airport.

[Namibian] NOBODY seems keen to take responsibility for the two apron buses bought by the Namibia Airports Company for N$5,7 million in 2013 for use at the Hosea Kutako International Airport.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Patient Shocked By Unhygienic State of Hospital

[Namibian] A man who was admitted at the Walvis Bay State Hospital TB ward recently to have an abscess removed said he was shocked at the unhygienic state of the facility and the personnel’s attitude.

[Namibian] A man who was admitted at the Walvis Bay State Hospital TB ward recently to have an abscess removed said he was shocked at the unhygienic state of the facility and the personnel's attitude.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Activist Nyanzi ‘in Need of Medical Care’ After Release

[Deutsche Welle] Ugandan academic Stella Nyanzi who had called President Yoweri Museveni “a pair of buttocks” has been released on bail after over a month in jail. Her lawyer fears she might be arrested again soon on other charges.

[Deutsche Welle] Ugandan academic Stella Nyanzi who had called President Yoweri Museveni "a pair of buttocks" has been released on bail after over a month in jail. Her lawyer fears she might be arrested again soon on other charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Legacy of Genocide Lingers On for Nama in Namibia

[Deutsche Welle] During the genocide in colonial-era Namibia over 100 years ago, the Herero and Nama tribes lost land and cattle. Even today, many descendants are still without land and are demanding compensation. Christian Selz reports.

[Deutsche Welle] During the genocide in colonial-era Namibia over 100 years ago, the Herero and Nama tribes lost land and cattle. Even today, many descendants are still without land and are demanding compensation. Christian Selz reports.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia