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Amnesty International affirms urgency of human rights monitoring in Western Sahara

Amnesty International affirms urgency of human rights monitoring in Western Sahara

The non-governmental human rights organization Amnesty International called, Tuesday, the United Nation to “urgently” monitor human rights in Western Sahara in order to put an end to the” violations and impunity” of which the Sahrawi people is victim under the Moroccan occupation. The NGO considers “urgent to prioritize human rights monitoring and to include in […]

Western Sahara: Security Council divided on resolution

Western Sahara: Security Council divided on resolution

The Security Council, which met Tuesday to examine the US draft resolution on Western Sahara, has not reached consensus as first discussions revealed great divergences between the members. The draft resolution aiming to boost negotiations between the Polisario Front and Morocco has been submitted in a first step to the group of friends of Western […]

Does Declassified Documents Pin France On Rwanda’s 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi

Does Declassified Documents Pin France On Rwanda’s 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi

It has been 23 years since the start of the Genocide against the Tutsi. Pope Francis this year begged forgiveness for the Church’s role in the Rwandan tragedy, nineteen years after then US President Bill Clinton’s apology. But France, accused of complicity in the Genocide, refuses to apologise, often slamming Rwandans for distorting history. However, […]

Mugabe conspired with Britain to Kill over 20 000 people in Gukurahundi massacre – British researcher

Mugabe conspired with Britain to Kill over 20 000 people in Gukurahundi massacre – British researcher

Fresh revelations over 30 years after President Robert Mugabe’s government of Zanu PF unleashed the fifth brigade soldiers to butcher suspected PF Zapu members of the Ndebele origin exposes that Britain  who are the ones who clandestinely gave him power deliberately ignored intervening to stop the killings. This has been revealed by a St Andrews […]

She Became a Prostitute in Uganda At 16 to Pay Rent for Her Family

She Became a Prostitute in Uganda At 16 to Pay Rent for Her Family

One February night, Christine Namulondo stayed up late thinking hard, her heart heavy with emotion after her mother had announced that she could no longer support her pursuit of education. Her mother, a waitress in one of the bars in Nabulagala in Kasubi, a Kampala suburb, could hardly raise enough money to fend for her […]

Zambian MPs Pledge to Help Rwanda Bring Genocide Suspects to Book

Zambian MPs Pledge to Help Rwanda Bring Genocide Suspects to Book

Members of the Zambian Parliament, who are in Rwanda for a study tour have pledged to press for Rwandan Genocide fugitives living in Zambia to be brought to justice. Led by Patricia Mwashingwele, the seven lawmakers yesterday met with their Rwandan counterparts, including Speaker Donatile Mukabalisa. She explained that Rwanda’s history offers lessons to the […]

Go Home, Zimbabwe Tells Rwandan Refugees

Go Home, Zimbabwe Tells Rwandan Refugees

Zimbabwe will repatriate hundreds of Rwandan nationals staying in the southern African country as refugees in compliance with the Cessation Clause which has certified Rwanda as safe for them to return. The Zimbabwean Minister for Public Service, Labour and Social Services, Prisca Mupfumira, said the Rwandans should go back and participate in the rebuilding of […]

Opposition Groups Say Genocide Is Real, Blames It On South Sudanese Govt

Opposition Groups Say Genocide Is Real, Blames It On South Sudanese Govt

Six South Sudan opposition groups have joined forces and are now calling on the world to recognise that the country has sank into a genocide perpetrated by the government. In a joint statement issued Monday, the six opposition groups said that President Salva Kiir’s regime, with the direct participation of the SPLA army and state-sponsored […]

Albino Children Abandon School Due to Stigma in Uganda

Albino Children Abandon School Due to Stigma in Uganda

Two primary school pupils with albinism were forced to abandon education for one year due to unending stigma by fellow pupils. Daniel Rubangakene, 13, and his sister Rebecca Masala, 14, could not stand the endless taunts by fellow pupils and decided to drop out of school. The duo were studying from one of the schools […]

Zambian President Edgar Lungu Threatens to Declare State of Emergency

Zambian President Edgar Lungu Threatens to Declare State of Emergency

President Lungu said he may be forced to declare a state of emergency if his political adversaries continue daring him. The Head of State has also said that if the current policing methods by the law enforcement agencies are not working they will be forced to switch to alternative means. Speaking on arrival at Harry […]

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