Uganda

Uganda strains as thousands flee violence in DR Congo's Ituri

Renewed conflict between militias connected to Lendu farmers and Hema herders sparks refugee crisis.

Uganda strains as thousands flee violence in DR Congo's Ituri

Africa

DR Congo attacks: Struggle to get aid to those in need

Aid arrives in Uganda for people fleeing fighting in the DRC with nothing but their lives.

Africa

'Lost them forever': Ethiopia pays tribute to slain army chief

Prime Minister Abiy in tears as the country holds state funeral for military generals killed during coup bid.

'Lost them forever': Ethiopia pays tribute to slain army chief

Reporter's Notebook

On the road with refugees fleeing violence in DR Congo

Thousands of Congolese refugees, including unaccompanied children, have arrived at camps in western Uganda.

AJ IMPACT

Outrage over Ethiopia's continuing internet blackout

NetBlocks, NGO monitoring internet censorship, estimates Ethiopians lose at least $4.5m each day the internet is cut.

AJ Impact

Zimbabwe outlaws use of US dollar and other foreign currencies

Move seen as bid to support fledgling new currency that's been roiled by black market speculation.

Zimbabwe outlaws use of US dollar and other foreign currencies

Burkina Faso

As violence flares in Burkina Faso, refugees trickle into Ghana

Latest deadly attack on Saturday highlights insecurity in Burkina Faso as refugees struggle to secure food and shelter.

As violence flares in Burkina Faso, refugees trickle into Ghana

Africa

Ethiopia mourns after officials killed during failed coup bid

A day of national mourning observed and the government announces military funeral as the alleged coup leader is killed.

Opinion

Dates and bullets: Sudan in the grip of the RSF militia

The Sudanese protest movement needs a focused strategy to resist the RSF's growing power.

Hatim Salih

by Hatim Salih

Hatim Salih

Ethiopia

Ethiopia security forces kill alleged coup leader

The failed putsch on Saturday led to the killing of five senior officials, including the army chief of staff.

Ethiopia security forces kill alleged coup leader

Africa

Thousands fleeing violence in Mali face food shortages

Forced to flee their homes because of violence, now tens of thousands of displaced people in central Mali face a new crisis.

Africa

Ethiopia government says rebellion quashed after arrests made

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed says situation in Amhara region under control after army chief of staff shot dead.

Africa

Thousands flee ethnic violence in eastern DR Congo

Fresh ethnic violence in the DR Congo sends thousands to neighbouring Uganda, after more than 100 are killed.

Africa

Sudan's military rejects Ethiopia's transition proposal

The military voices reservations over the plan for transition to civilian rule and instead seeks joint AU-Ethiopia plan.

Sudan's military rejects Ethiopia's transition proposal

Mauritania

Mauritania's Ghazouani declared presidential vote winner

The ruling party candidate Mohamed Ould Ghazouani wins the election with 52 percent of the vote, the election body says.

Mauritania's Ghazouani declared presidential vote winner