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
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.
The US is to deploy up to 300 military personnel to Cameroon for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations against militant Boko Haram insurgents.
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