ebola's death toll in uganda jumps to four, according to the health ministry

Ebola’s death toll in Uganda jumps to four,…

A few days after reporting an outbreak of a strain of the disease in a central district, the Ugandan authorities in charge of public health have verified the deaths of three further Ebola patients in…

the chairperson of the african union urges the un to increase the number of african union seats at the g20

The Chairperson of the African Union urges the…

The status of affairs on a global scale is extremely precarious, as seen by escalating prices, a warming climate, and ongoing violent wars. Macky Sall, President of Senegal and Chairperson of the African Union, spoke…

in an airstrike in somalia, the us claims to have killed 27 al shabaab militants

In an airstrike in Somalia, the US claims…

The United States military announced on Wednesday that it had killed 27 members of the Al-Shabaab militant group in an air strike in the central Hiran region of Somalia. This is the same region where…

rains in niger killed more than 160 people and affected 225, 000 others

Rains in Niger killed more than 160 people…

Since June, Niger has been hit by persistent and heavy rainfall, which has resulted in severe flooding, which has claimed the lives of 159 people and impacted over 225,000 others. Because of this, this country,…

the first pm appointed in senegal since 2019 by president macky sall

The first PM appointed in Senegal since 2019…

Two months after a tense legislative election in which President Macky Sall's coalition lost its comfortable majority, he brought back the position of prime minister and gave it to a former economy minister. Amadou Ba,…

ghana announces the end of the marburg virus outbreak, according to who

Ghana announces the end of the Marburg virus…

Two months after recording three cases, two of which were fatal, Ghana proclaimed an end to the outbreak of the Marburg virus disease on Friday, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The Marburg virus…

burkina faso sacks its defense minister

Burkina Faso sacks its defense minister

According to decrees that were issued on Monday, the leader of the junta in Burkina Faso, Lieutenant-Colonel Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba, who took control of the country in a coup in January, has appointed himself as…

in eastern mali, dozens of civilians were killed

In Eastern Mali, dozens of civilians were killed

It was reported by local authorities that this week dozens of civilians were killed in the town of Talataye, which is situated in the northeastern part of Mali. Allegedly carried out by EIGS militants who…

us envoy in ethiopia to end ongoing clashes

US envoy in Ethiopia to end ongoing clashes

According to rebels in the Tigray region, the United States envoy Mike Hammer was in Ethiopia on Tuesday to seek a halt to renewed clashes between pro-government forces and Tigrayan rebels in the country’s war-torn…

a burkina faso ied convoy explosion results in at least 35 civilian deaths

A Burkina Faso IED convoy explosion results in…

According to the governor of the troubled northern province of Burkina Faso, an improvised explosive device (IED) caused at least 35 civilians to die when it detonated near a convoy of cars bringing supplies. The…

mali has released three ivorian soldiers, but is still detaining 46

Mali has released three Ivorian soldiers, but is…

The Ivorian government has freed three female troops who were among the 49 soldiers imprisoned in Mali. Around seven weeks after their arrest caused a diplomatic crisis between the military government of Mali and the…

the first grain ship from ukraine to the horn of africa arrives in djibouti.

The first grain ship from Ukraine to the…

The first ship carrying grain from Ukraine for people in the globe's hungriest parts of the world has docked at the port of Djibouti in the Horn of Africa. This comes at a time when…