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ZIMBABWE: GOVT RESTORES INTERNET, MAINTAINS FREEZE ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER

ZIMBABWE: GOVT RESTORES INTERNET, MAINTAINS FREEZE ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER

HARARE, Zimbabwe's government Wednesday restored the internet but kept social media sites blocked as tensions remained high in a country that has seen violent protests past three days.

This was revealed in messages sent to …

ZIMBABWE: GOVT RESTORES INTERNET, MAINTAINS FREEZE ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER

ZIMBABWE: GOVT RESTORES INTERNET, MAINTAINS FREEZE ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER

HARARE, Zimbabwe's government Wednesday restored the internet but kept social media sites blocked as tensions remained high in a country that has seen violent protests past three days.

This was revealed in messages sent to …

SOUTH AFRICA CONDEMNS KENYA TERRORIST ATTACKS

SOUTH AFRICA CONDEMNS KENYA TERRORIST ATTACKS

PRETORIA, President Cyril Ramaphosa has condemned in the strongest possible terms the terrorist attack that killed 15 people and left several others injured in Kenya.

South Africa condemns in the strongest possible terms the attacks …

SOUTH AFRICA CONDEMNS KENYA TERRORIST ATTACKS

SOUTH AFRICA CONDEMNS KENYA TERRORIST ATTACKS

PRETORIA, President Cyril Ramaphosa has condemned in the strongest possible terms the terrorist attack that killed 15 people and left several others injured in Kenya.

South Africa condemns in the strongest possible terms the attacks …

Jubilation Among Gbagbo Supporters, but Rights Groups Lament Justice not Served

Jubilation Among Gbagbo Supporters, but Rights Groups Lament Justice not Served

PARIS In a stunning decision Tuesday, the International Criminal Court acquitted former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo of war crimes charges. The ruling amounts to another major setback for ICC prosecutors in the first case against …

UN ENVOY VISITS SOUTHERN LIBYA FOR THE FIRST TIME

UN ENVOY VISITS SOUTHERN LIBYA FOR THE FIRST TIME

TRIPOLI, UN Special Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, on Sunday, visited southern Libya for the first time, since taking office in July, 2017, where he met with tribal elders, academics and local activists.

Salame confirmed …

Zimbabwe President Doubles Price of Gas as Fuel Crisis Bites

Zimbabwe President Doubles Price of Gas as Fuel Crisis Bites

HARARE Zimbabwe's president has more than doubled the price of gasoline, hoping the increase will end severe shortages that are fueling public anger even as he departs on a foreign trip to Russia and other …

CHINA TO SUPPORT EXPANSION OF GHANA’S MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

CHINA TO SUPPORT EXPANSION OF GHANA’S MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

ACCRA, China, on Friday, pledged its support to help Ghana expand the University of Health and Allied Sciences, located at Ho, 180 km northeast of the capital, Accra.

At a brief ceremony, Chinese Ambassador to …

Uganda Not Worried China Will Seize Assets Over Rising Debt

Uganda Not Worried China Will Seize Assets Over Rising Debt

KAMPALA Uganda's growing debt is sustainable, and the country is not at risk of losing state assets to China, the country's finance minister, Matia Kasaija, said this week.

Uganda's auditor-general warned in a report released …

Protests, Anger Predicted After Congo Names Surprise Election Winner

Protests, Anger Predicted After Congo Names Surprise Election Winner

JOHANNESBURG Election officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo have sparked surprise and outrage by naming opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi the winner of the nation's presidential election, after counting delays and a poll marred by …

Au Pairs Win $65.5M Settlement in Denver Lawsuit

Au Pairs Win $65.5M Settlement in Denver Lawsuit

DENVER Young people from around the world who provided low-cost child care for American families will share in a proposed $65.5 million settlement of a lawsuit brought by a dozen former au pairs against the …

Au Pairs Win $65.5M Settlement in Denver Lawsuit

Au Pairs Win $65.5M Settlement in Denver Lawsuit

DENVER Young people from around the world who provided low-cost child care for American families will share in a proposed $65.5 million settlement of a lawsuit brought by a dozen former au pairs against the …

Supporting host communities through collaborative partnerships and the increased uptake of referral pathways among people seeking protection: An example from Uganda

Supporting host communities through collaborative partnerships and the increased uptake of referral pathways among people seeking protection: An example from Uganda

This case study is part of a collaborative project carried out by Joint Learning Initiative and UNHCR, which aims to generate locally grounded evidence and identify examples of good practices of local faith community-led responses …