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Taliban in ‘defence status’ during Afghan Eid holiday

The Taliban said Wednesday they would fight only to defend themselves over the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, but stopped short of declaring a...

WorldRemit – A Somali Success Story

What is the history of WorldRemit? • WorldRemit is a leading digital money transfer service that makes sending money as easy as sending a text...

South Sudan to get USD 11 million from UN to mitigate humanitarian crises

UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock on Monday released US$135 million from the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to boost humanitarian operations in 12...

Army gets new intelligence chief

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir Mayardit has on Tuesday evening replaced the Director of Chieftaincy for Military Intelligence General Ring Tueny Mabor and appointed...

South Sudan, Saudi Arabia seek to strengthen bilateral ties

The governments of South Sudan and Saudi Arabia seek to strengthen bilateral and diplomatic ties between the two countries, it has emerged. This comes after...

Somalia: How climate insecurity can trigger more conflict

Climate change effects such as droughts, flash floods, erratic rainfall, disruption to the monsoon seasons, strong winds, cyclones, sandstorms, dust storms and increased temperature...

Somalia: Tale of two extremes as floods break the dry spell

As our teams scrambled to complete the registration of distressed families who have suffered due to the prolonged dry season, other families were deluged...

South Sudan: 30% Less emergency food aid as UK cuts foreign spending

In light of the decision of the United Kingdom's government to cut foreign aid spending, many in South Sudan are concerned as Pibor in...

Bomb blast in Somali capital kills local official, bodyguards

No group calims responsibility for Friday afternoon bomb attack, but al-Shabaab suspected to be responsible A local official in the Somali capital and his two...

Can illegal fishing in West Africa seas be stopped?

West Africa’s seas are under threat: illegal fishing is destroying marine life and crushing people’s livelihoods. Local fishermen point their fingers at foreign vessels – mainly...

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