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In Sudan, Tens of Thousands March for Civilian Rule

Tens of thousands of people marched in Sudan’s capital Thursday for what organizers called a “million strong march” in support of civilian rule. The rally took place even though Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) and opposition groups agreed to

Eritrea shuts all borders with Ethiopia – unilaterally

In less than a year since the two countries made peace, Eritrea has shut all border crossings with neighbouring Ethiopia, according to reports.

The final route to be blocked according to the DW Amharic service was the Bure � Assab …

The political calculations of Sudan’s military regime

On April 11, after 30 years in power, the longstanding dictator, General Omar al-Bashir, was forced out of power by his right-hand man, defence minister and vice president, General Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf.

Al-Bashir’s ouster was welcomed as a major …

MERHAWI KUDUS FINISHES TOUR OF TURKEY AT THE FINAL GC PODIUM

Astana Pro Team rider Merhawi Kudus finished Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey at the final podium, concluding Top3 of the strongest riders of 55th edition of the race. It is a first GC podium for Eritrean champion in a UCI

African Asylum-Seekers Could Bear Brunt of Proposed Travel Curbs

As the White House mulls new travel restrictions on countries with high visa overstay rates, activists say African asylum-seekers may feel the consequences.

The Wall Street Journal reported recently that the Trump administration was weighing rules aimed at nationals of …

African Asylum-Seekers Could Bear Brunt of Proposed Travel Curbs

As the White House mulls new travel restrictions on countries with high visa overstay rates, activists say African asylum-seekers may feel the consequences.

The Wall Street Journal reported recently that the Trump administration was weighing rules aimed at nationals of …