Jailed King Mumbere Speaks Out

[Monitor] Kampala/Kasese -The embattled Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere has refused police-provided meals as he spent a second night in custody at the Nalufenya Police Station following his brutal arrest on Sunday.

[Monitor] Kampala/Kasese -The embattled Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere has refused police-provided meals as he spent a second night in custody at the Nalufenya Police Station following his brutal arrest on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

SLM Dissidents Join Sudan’s National Dialogue

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The dissidents of the rebel SLM-AW who recently signed a peace agreement for western Jebel Marra have also put their signature on the National Dialogue document in Khartoum.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The dissidents of the rebel SLM-AW who recently signed a peace agreement for western Jebel Marra have also put their signature on the National Dialogue document in Khartoum.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Egypt’s Media Crackdown – Targeting of Journalists Union and Continued Detention of Reporters

[RFI] The head of an Egyptian journalists union and two board members have in recent weeks been given suspended two year jail sentences and fined for harbouring fugitives. The charges against Yehia Kalash, president of the Egyptian Journalists’ Syndica…

[RFI] The head of an Egyptian journalists union and two board members have in recent weeks been given suspended two year jail sentences and fined for harbouring fugitives. The charges against Yehia Kalash, president of the Egyptian Journalists' Syndicate, Gamal Abdel Rahim and Khaled Elbalshy stem from a police raid on the union's building in May. Two journalists, wanted by police over protests against the transfer of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, had taken refuge at the building. Egypt's President Abdel

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Crackdown On SCP – Two More Members Arrested

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Two more prominent members of the Sudanese Congress Party have been arrested by the National Intelligence and Security Service, to join the more than twenty arrested party leaders and members – including the SCP president.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Two more prominent members of the Sudanese Congress Party have been arrested by the National Intelligence and Security Service, to join the more than twenty arrested party leaders and members - including the SCP president.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Who Is Assistant Inspector General of Police Mugenyi ?

[Monitor] Kampala Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP), Asuman Mugenyi, who is heading an operation against people loyal to Rwenzururu Kingdom Omusinga Wesley Mumbere, returns to Kasese where he first fought a rebel group led by Jamil Mukulu 24…

[Monitor] Kampala Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP), Asuman Mugenyi, who is heading an operation against people loyal to Rwenzururu Kingdom Omusinga Wesley Mumbere, returns to Kasese where he first fought a rebel group led by Jamil Mukulu 24 years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kariba Residents Live in Fear of Lions

[The Herald] Kariba -Kariba residents are living in fear of being attacked by lions following regular cases of the beasts being seen in residential areas. So far, seven dogs have been killed. In the latest incident, a dog was mauled last Friday night o…

[The Herald] Kariba -Kariba residents are living in fear of being attacked by lions following regular cases of the beasts being seen in residential areas. So far, seven dogs have been killed. In the latest incident, a dog was mauled last Friday night outside the yard of a Nyamhunga home. Yemurai Matashu who witnessed the incident at the Nyamhunga turn-off from the Kariba-Makuti Road, said he first saw the dog barking facing towards an adjacent bush.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mugabe Pays Tribute to Castro

[The Herald] Havana -PRESIDENT Mugabe has described the death of the leader of the Cuban revolution and founding father of the nation Commandate Fidel Castro Ruz, who passed on on Saturday night, as a loss not only for the people of Cuba, but many comm…

[The Herald] Havana -PRESIDENT Mugabe has described the death of the leader of the Cuban revolution and founding father of the nation Commandate Fidel Castro Ruz, who passed on on Saturday night, as a loss not only for the people of Cuba, but many communities and leaders in Africa where the Commandante's legacy of liberation and assistance endures. Addressing the media on arrival at Jose Marti International Airport here yesterday morning, President Mugabe chronicled how Cuba, under the leadership of Cde Fidel Castro, was unenc

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe