The EU raises serious questions about the actions of energy giant TotalEnergies in Uganda, with members of parliament saying its oil pipeline project has led to evictions and arrests. Also in this edition: The United Nations publishes a report shedding light on increased human rights violations in Burkina Faso. And finally: The tourism industry in Tunisia says goodbye to a better summer season than last year, but still far from what the country was used to before the pandemic.
Five years on from the biggest mass exodus of Rohingya to Bangladesh, people in the camps say there is no end in sight. Human rights groups want global actors to mark the anniversary with a coordinated strategy.
9 Apr 2021
Lawyers and other Nigerians are bearing the brunt as courts across the country remain shut for the second day running.
20 Mar 2021
Alarmed at the strength of the opposition to the coup, the Myanmar junta is trying to instill fear with increasing violence, says Khin Zaw Win, the director of the Tampadipa Institute, a Yangon-based think-tank, "I don't see any way where we can get to a peaceful, non-violent resolution."
4 Feb 2021
Gbajabiamila meets Buhari, seeks amicable resolution to herders/farmers conflict
EDO 2020: Leave Edo governorship election for Edo people to decide, PDP tells Tinubu, Youth protest killings in Southern Kaduna and more
8 Aug 2020
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