A woman walks along the coast of Senegal. Approximately one-fourth of Senegal's population live in coastal areas where sea-level rise along with coastal erosion threaten infrastructure. Photo: UNDP/Imen Meliane & Julie Teng
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Ten countries accounting for 2.5% of world GDP are hosting more than half the world's refugees, Amnesty International said on Tuesday as it slammed what it called the selfishness of wealthy nations.
In a report on the plight faced by … Read more
Several human rights groups have criticized Sudan for failure to provide justice for a government crackdown three years ago in which dozens of protesters, and possibly as many as 185, were killed.
Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the African … Read more
NAIROBI - Better late than never, that's what analysts say about an arms embargo on South Sudan.
The United States says it will back an arms embargo if the country's government blocks the deployment of a regional protection force in … Read more
Harvesting of the secondary "belg" season crops has been recently completed, with some delay following a late onset of the rainy season. Yields in southern Tigray, eastern Oromia and eastern Amhara regions have been affected by inadequate soil moisture both … Read more