by Christopher Zambakari * - London School of Economics, OtherNews The civil war in Sudan, which erupted in April 2023 is now entering its second year. It has brought about immense devastation and suffering to the people of this embattled...
by Maurizio Sacchi After the Prigozhin mutiny, Russian military penetration in Africa, previously masked by the Wagner Group’s actions, has come under the direct control of the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence, headed by Sergei Skripal. The order was given to...
By Ambra Visentin The Malian government has launched an inter-Malian dialogue with the aim of "reconciling the sons and daughters of the country and establishing lasting peace". This initiative, requested by President Assimi Goïta and outlined in his address to...
by Ambra Visentin  One year on from the start of the latest civil war in Sudan, an international humanitarian conference in Paris recently pledged more than two billion euros in aid for the north-east African country. The country has been...
In the last week alone, three mass abductions took place. The perpetrators are criminal, terrorist or herdsmen groups taking advantage of the extreme weakness of the Nigerian government. Riccardo Noury, spokesperson for Amnesty International Italy, explains the impact of...
by Sarvish Waheed The ongoing civil war in Sudan, between the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) led by Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo and the Sudanese Armed Force (SAF) led by General Abdul Fattah al-Burhan, inevitably has an impact on neighbouring countries. One...
On the EU-Rwanda Protocol signed on 19 February 2024 Communiqué “The European Union has decided to suspend funding for new development projects in Rwanda, pending clarification of Kigali’s involvement in the conflict raging in eastern Congo. This follows the publication of...
by Olumba E. Ezenwa* and Olayinka Ajala** - The Conversation, OtherNews Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger announced their immediate withdrawal from the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) on January 27. Ecowas, which was formed in 1975, is a...
by Ambra Visentin  The annual production of plastic has more than doubled in 20 years to 460 million tonnes. As with other environmental problems, the political and scientific world is struggling to find solutions quickly. Plastic production could triple again...
by Ambra Visentin As the conflict in Congo intensifies, heavy rains and flooding have already killed more than 300 people in the region. Some 1.8 million people have been affected by flooding. With limited access to water and sanitation, there...

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