Rival factions in Burundi meet in Uganda to discuss ways of ending violence+++ Cameroonians question role of US troops sent to fight Boko Haram+++ Ethiopians working with textile companies decry low wages
African autocrats are closely watching events in Zimbabwe after the successful coup against longtime leader Robert Mugabe. Calls for a change in power are becoming louder in Cameroon.
Ugandan president extends the deadline for Ugandans to register their phone lines with their national Identifications+++Kenya’s electoral body meets with the presidential aspirants for the August 8 elections+++World leaders condemn the bomb attack in Manchester as police name 22 year-old Salman Abedi as the main suspect.
After its summit on Tuesday, the African Union wants to, among others, send a mission to calm growing tensions between Eritrea and Djibouti. But the donor-dependent body needs external support to roll out its 2017 plans.
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