Senegal citizens push for swift resolution on elections

Amidst a constitutional crisis, Senegal witnesses citizens gathering to demand swift presidential elections by April 2.

South Sudan: Sanctions for least developed countries’ struggles

African LDCs face hurdles reaching UN development goals. Funding, resources key.

Suspected arsonist in custody for targeting Synagogue in Tunisia

Synagogue fire in Tunisia prompts arrest of a public official; authorities probe if the blaze deliberately targeted the Jewish place of worship.

Social media fuels surge in African migrants to US-Mexico border

Social media buzz has sparked a significant increase in African migration to the US, with Senegalese migrants using a new route through Nicaragua to reach the US-Mexico border.

Chad’s junta leader declares candidacy after rival’s killing

Chad’s junta leader, Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, announced his candidacy for the May 6th presidential election, raising concerns about fairness.

Cameroon to try 17, including businessman, in journalist’s murder

Journalist’s murder rocks Cameroon. 17 suspects, including powerful figures, to be tried.

African Union’s efforts propel economic integration

The African Union (AU) continues to spearhead initiatives aimed at bolstering trade

UN warns of stalled dialogue deepens Sudan’s suffering

Millions face starvation and lack of medical care due to Sudan’s ongoing conflict, prompting the UN to call for urgent action.

South Sudanese minister urged the removal of the so-called sanctions

Sanctions cannot be used to help countries suffering in many areas, says James Pitia Morgan

Zimbabwe president cancels Victoria Falls trip amid bomb threat

A bomb scare shut down Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls Airport on Friday, forcing the country’s president to cancel a planned conference.

DRC concern over the potential development of oil drilling

The oil drills looming on the road to Adore Ngaka’s house remind him every day of everything he has lost

African nations spearhead space exploration

Several African nations have made remarkable progress in space research

Somalia slams Ethiopia-Somaliland deal as ‘annexation attempt’

Somalia expresses outrage over Ethiopia’s deal with Somaliland, vowing to protect its territorial integrity.

UN: Sudan civilians face “sheer terror” in brutal conflict

Millions in Sudan face war crimes, displacement, and hunger as the UN calls for an end to the violence.

Chad opposition says soldiers ‘executed’ leader ahead of election

Chad’s top opposition leader was killed during a military raid, sparking fears of violence ahead of the May election. The UN has called for restraint.

South Africa decries Israeli assault on Palestinians on food-line

International outcry as South Africa condemns Israeli attack on Gaza aid seekers, demanding immediate UN intervention to address the humanitarian crisis.

Tunisia talks aim for Libyan elections, UN pushes for dialogue

The UN envoy to Libya says talks between lawmakers fell short and calls for a more inclusive process.

Senegal journalist stabbed in brutal attack

Senegal’s president condemned a violent attack on a journalist, urging for a swift investigation as the motive remains unclear.

Iran intensifies supply of combat drones to Sudan’s military

Seizing an opportunity to strengthen ties with Khartoum, Iran has started supplying attack drones, specifically the Mohajer-6, to the SAF

Kenya and Haiti ink pact permitting deployment of police forces

Kenya had initially declared its intentions in July of the previous year to lead a mission to Haiti

Pakistani MONUSCO peacekeepers closed their Kamanyola

UN peacekeepers withdraw from Kamanyola base as DR Congo police take charge

Meningitis outbreak kills students in northern Nigeria

A meningitis outbreak has killed 20 students in northern Nigeria, local media reported

Former Tanzanian President Ali Hassan Mwinyi dead at 98

President Samia Suluhu Hassan makes announcement in televised address to nation

Sudan’s General Dagalo in Tripoli for talks with Dbeibeh

Dagalo’s visit comes after he had a telephone conversation with Dabaiba last week, who invited him to visit Libya.

Africa’s unseen engine of livelihood

Africa’s economic landscape is not solely defined by its formal sectors

Renewed clashes in DR Congo force thousands of people into Uganda

Uganda’s minister for refugees sounds alarm over new influx amid funding shortage

Lagos introduces new train line to alleviate traffic challenges

The newly launched 37-kilometer (23-mile) Red Line connects eight stations, linking the northern Agbado district in neighboring Ogun state to the Oyingbo district in the heart of Lagos

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