Hamza Mohamed

Hamza Mohamed

Africa

Does Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed deserve the Nobel Prize for Peace?

Ethiopian prime minister set to receive award in Norway's capital, but his win has generated a mixed reaction.

Does Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed deserve the Nobel Prize for Peace?

Africa

Guinea-Bissau presidential election: Here's what you need to know

Hundreds of thousands of voters due to cast ballots on Sunday amid hopes the poll will bring political stability.

Guinea-Bissau presidential election: Here's what you need to know

South Sudan

South Sudan: What's delaying the unity government?

President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar postpone the formation of a power-sharing government by 100 days.

South Sudan: What's delaying the unity government?

Africa

Meet Somalia's trailblazing female camel trader

Zamzam Yusuf, a grandmother of 29, is breaking barriers by entering the once men-only camel trading industry in Somalia.

Meet Somalia's trailblazing female camel trader

Africa

'Somalis lost a great man': Remembering Mogadishu's slain mayor

Friends and colleagues pay homage to mayor of Somali capital who succumbed to wounds after suicide blast in his office.

'Somalis lost a great man': Remembering Mogadishu's slain mayor

Democratic Republic of the Congo

One year on, fight against Ebola far from over

As Rwanda shuts border with DRC over Ebola fears, health workers call for increase in efforts to beat deadly epidemic.

One year on, fight against Ebola far from over

Nigeria

20 years of democracy: Has Nigeria changed for the better?

Two decades after the West African country's army handed power to a civilian leader, many question if life has improved.

20 years of democracy: Has Nigeria changed for the better?

Sudan

Huge rallies in Sudan as protesters vow to 'protect revolution'

Tens of thousands of people join huge demonstrations in Khartoum demanding an end to military rule.

Huge rallies in Sudan as protesters vow to 'protect revolution'

Sudan

The Sudanese librarian who provides books to protesters

An open-air library set up by Abdirahman Moalim at the sit-in site in Khartoum has become a hit with protesters.

The Sudanese librarian who provides books to protesters

Sudan

Sudan's female protesters leading the pro-democracy movement

Female activists call for a 'new Sudan' as demonstrators at Khartoum sit-in keep up pressure on ruling military council.

Sudan's female protesters leading the pro-democracy movement

Middle East

Sudan protesters to Saudi Arabia, UAE: 'Please keep your money'

Wary that the Gulf countries may be vying for influence, protesters reject aid offers made by Riyadh and Abu Dhabi.

Sudan protesters to Saudi Arabia, UAE: 'Please keep your money'

Sudan

Sudan's military leader vows to hand 'power to people'

But opposition alliance says it's cutting contact with military council because it's 'not serious' about ceding power.

Sudan's military leader vows to hand 'power to people'