AG to Justify Retention of False Publications, Broadcasting Laws

[Foroyaa] The Attorney General and Minister of Justice Aboubacarr Tambadou, is expected to justify the State’s stance on retaining the law on false publication and broadcasting on Wednesday, November 22nd, at the Supreme Court, according to GPU Preside…

[Foroyaa] The Attorney General and Minister of Justice Aboubacarr Tambadou, is expected to justify the State's stance on retaining the law on false publication and broadcasting on Wednesday, November 22nd, at the Supreme Court, according to GPU President, Bai Emil Touray.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Poisonous Tubers On Grazing Routes – 10 Injured As Herdsmen, Farmers Clash in Oyo

[Vanguard] No fewer than 10 people are in critical conditions in a private hospital at Igangan, Oke Ogun area of Oyo State, following injuries they sustained in a clash between farmers and herdsmen in the area.

[Vanguard] No fewer than 10 people are in critical conditions in a private hospital at Igangan, Oke Ogun area of Oyo State, following injuries they sustained in a clash between farmers and herdsmen in the area.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Somaliland Elects Muse Bihi As the New President

[Shabelle] The Electoral commision of Somaliland (NEC) has announced that Muse Bihi Abdi, a candidate from the ruling Kulmiye party as the new President of the self-proclaimed state.

[Shabelle] The Electoral commision of Somaliland (NEC) has announced that Muse Bihi Abdi, a candidate from the ruling Kulmiye party as the new President of the self-proclaimed state.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

We’ll Compensate You, Govt Tells Chemba Villagers

[Citizen] Chemba -The government has promised residents of two villages in Chemba, Dodoma, that it will compensate them for their land that will be taken to construct a dam.

[Citizen] Chemba -The government has promised residents of two villages in Chemba, Dodoma, that it will compensate them for their land that will be taken to construct a dam.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Over 100 Shabaab Militants Killed in U.S. Airstrike in Somalia

[Shabelle] The United States military killed more than 100 people identified by the Pentagon as being affiliated with the Islamic militant group Shabab, continuing a stepped-up pace of strikes against targets in Somalia, officials said Tuesday.

[Shabelle] The United States military killed more than 100 people identified by the Pentagon as being affiliated with the Islamic militant group Shabab, continuing a stepped-up pace of strikes against targets in Somalia, officials said Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

International Community Backs Kulmiye’s Bihii Win Statement By European Unuon

[Dalsan Radio] The International partners are following closely the ongoing electoral process in Somaliland, leading to the election of a new President. A high-level delegation visited a number of polling stations in Hargeisa, on 13 November 2017, to d…

[Dalsan Radio] The International partners are following closely the ongoing electoral process in Somaliland, leading to the election of a new President. A high-level delegation visited a number of polling stations in Hargeisa, on 13 November 2017, to demonstrate the international partners' support for the democratic process in Somaliland.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Evicted Families From Gasenyi Demand to Be Compensated

[Iwacu] This 21 November, around 40 families evicted from their plots in Gasenyi area of Mutimbuzi Commune in Bujumbura where the presidential palace is being built, have staged a sit-in before the Ministry of Environment’s office. They claim compensat…

[Iwacu] This 21 November, around 40 families evicted from their plots in Gasenyi area of Mutimbuzi Commune in Bujumbura where the presidential palace is being built, have staged a sit-in before the Ministry of Environment's office. They claim compensation.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Special UN Secretary-General Envoy to Burundi Pleads for Inclusive Dialogue

[Iwacu] In a review of his mission over three months to the UN Security Council, Michel Kafando, Special Envoy of the Secretary -General to Burundi, says the United Nations must continue its mission of good offices, alongside the sub-region, to help Bu…

[Iwacu] In a review of his mission over three months to the UN Security Council, Michel Kafando, Special Envoy of the Secretary -General to Burundi, says the United Nations must continue its mission of good offices, alongside the sub-region, to help Burundi come out of the crisis despite persistent problems.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Kutesa Meets US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

[Independent (Kampala)] Washington, US -The Minister of Foreign Affairs Sam Kutesa has called on US business operators to do business with Uganda as the physical and policy environment is one of the best in Africa.

[Independent (Kampala)] Washington, US -The Minister of Foreign Affairs Sam Kutesa has called on US business operators to do business with Uganda as the physical and policy environment is one of the best in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda