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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...

Malawi convicts Chinese national over child- racist content

A Chinese national has been convicted by a Malawian court for trafficking and procuring children to take part in entertainment. Lu Ke, also known as...

Russia’s Putin will not attend BRICS summit in South Africa

Russian President Vladimir Putin will no longer attend the summit of the BRICS group of emerging economies in South Africa next month. South Africa said...

EU signs agreement with Tunisia to fight illegal migration

The European Union has signed a deal with Tunisia to strategically fight illegal migration. Tunisia has become the main departure point for migrants trying to...

Over 570 million people to live in poverty by 2030, UN report predicts

The UN has predicted that about 575 million people will still be living in extreme poverty by the year 2030. 84 million children won’t be...

Meta’s Threads app launches as it rivals Twitter

Facebook's mother company, Meta has launched its social media text trend app called Threads. “Let’s do this,” Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wrote on Wednesday in...

United Nations ends peacekeeping mission in Mali

After a-decade-long presence in Mali, the United Nations' peacekeeping mission has been brought to an end. The UN Security Council on Friday unanimously voted to...

UK court rules that Rwanda is unsafe for deported migrants

The British court of Appeal has ruled that the government's decision to deport migrants arriving in small boats across the Channel was illegal. It also...

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