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Addressing Hunger in War-Torn Sudan

Imagine a nation with a vibrant cultural heritage, where fertile lands once yielded bountiful harvests. Now picture the same land ravaged by conflict, its people facing a relentless foe –.

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How Effective are the Anti-Terrorism Efforts in Togo?

As extremist ideologies continue to spread, nations are compelled to fortify their defenses against potential attacks. Within this context, evaluating the effectiveness of anti-terrorism efforts in Togo becomes imperative.  .

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Iran’s Attack on Israel: Reactions from the UN

Iran has attacked Israel with over 300 missiles. The reaction from the United Nations is one of unequivocal condemnation, denouncing such brazen aggression as a flagrant violation of international law.

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US Warns Al-Shabab Attack on Ethiopia ‘Not a Fluke’

A concerted push by al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab to expand from Somalia into Ethiopia appears to have been “largely contained,” according to a senior U.S. military official, though he cautioned that the.

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Ethiopian PM Vows to Defeat Insurgents Blamed for Killings

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has vowed to defeat the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA), an insurgent group he is blaming for two massacres in the past three weeks. Addressing parliament.

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Mali’s military junta pulls out of regional G5 Sahel force

Mali is pulling out of a multi-national military force in West Africa’s Sahel region combatting an Islamist insurgency, the country’s military junta said in a statement on Sunday. The G5.

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Ukraine War Creates Woes and Opportunities for Africa – AfDB President

The African Development Bank (AfDB) aims to raise $1 billion to rapidly ramp up agricultural production in Africa and stave off a potential food crisis brought on by Russia’s invasion.

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South Africa Has Been Asked to Mediate Russia-Ukraine — Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday South Africa had been asked to mediate in the Russia-Ukraine conflict, and that he had told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in a phone.

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U.N. Starts Talks In Sudan To Resolve The Post-Coup Crisis

The United Nations said it was starting consultations in Sudan on Monday to salvage the country’s move to democracy after a military coup. U.N. officials were contracting parties to look.

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U.N. Security Council Calls for End to Ethiopia Conflict

The U.N. Security Council on Friday called for an end to the fighting in Ethiopia and for talks on a lasting ceasefire as the 15-member body expressed deep concern in.

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