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Kenya to end deal that allows Cuban doctors to work in local hospitals

The Kenyan government has announced its intention to end a six-year agreement that allowed more than 100 Cuban doctors to work in Kenyan hospitals. Health...

Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine arrested

Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine has been arrested after arriving at the Entebbe International Airport as he arrived from abroad, his party officials have...

High expectations as Africa Climate Summit opens in Kenya

Africa’s first climate summit has opened in the Kenyan capital Nairobi with delegates expected forge a common continental position. The summit is also expected to...

Ugandan man faces death penalty after homosexuality charge

Uganda is moving fast to enforce its recently passed anti-LGBTQ law after charging a 20-year-old man with "aggravated homosexuality" offence. The man becomes the first...

Rwanda: Kagame threatens to jail Catholics who ‘worship poverty’

Rwandan President Paul Kagame is angry at Catholics who he said have been worshipping poverty, threatening to put them in prison. Mr. Kagame who issued...

Why Somalia has banned TikTok and Telegram

The Somali government has for years struggled to deal with activities of militants from al-Shabaab, a group that has launched series of deadly attacks...

Uganda: Museveni rebuffs World Bank loan suspension over anti-gay law

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has criticized a decision by the World Bank to suspend new funding to his country because of their anti-gay law. The...

World Bank won’t lend to Uganda over anti-LGBTQ law

The World Bank has said it won't provide new lending to Uganda as it takes action against the government for passing an anti-LGBTQ law. Uganda's...

UN human rights office in Uganda closes

The UN human rights office in Uganda has closed and ended its operations after the government there refused to renew a deal for it...

Kenya: Schools closed as anti-government protests resume

Some schools in Kenya have been shut indefinitely as three days of nationwide cost-of-living protests resume. It follow’s last week's violent protests that resulted in...

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