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Uganda : Five Kenyans Take Kampala to Court Over 'Excess Water' On Lake (...)

  31/05 | [East African] Five Kenyans have sued the Ugandan government for allegedly failing to control floods around the shores of Lake (...)

People in Institutions in Brazil at Risk from Covid-19

  31/05 | Click to expand Image A psychiatric ward in an institution in Rio de Janeiro. Residents of most institutions in Brazil live in (...)

US : Trump Attacks Social Media Platforms

  30/05 | Click to expand Image A moving billboard with an image depicting President Trump as Pinocchio circles the White House, May 28, 2020. © (...)

Russia : Journalists Held Over Peaceful Pickets

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Echo of Moscow journalist, Tatiana Feleghengauer, detained by police on May 28, 2020. © 2020 Igor (...)

The Case for Reparations in Tulsa, Oklahoma

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Reverend Robert Turner of the historic Vernon African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church, damaged in the 1921 Tulsa (...)

US : Provide Reparations for 1921 ‘Tulsa Race Massacre’

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Reverend Robert Turner of the historic Vernon African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church, damaged in the 1921 Tulsa (...)

Ending Hungary’s State of Emergency Won’t End Authoritarianism

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, center, his deputy Zsolt Semjen and other government members and MPs of (...)

Confirmed Death of Alleged Rwandan Genocidaire

  30/05 | Just days after the arrest in France of Félicien Kabuga, one of the Rwandan genocide’s alleged masterminds, came the announcement that (...)

Nepal : Amend Intrusive Intelligence Bill

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli attends this year's fiscal policy and programs during complete nationwide (...)

Senegal/Chad : No Reparations for Ex-Dictator’s Victims

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Photo courtesy of the Association of Victims of the Crimes of Hissène Habré © 2020 (Dakar) – The victims of the (...)

Germany to Protect Meatpacking Workers Better

  30/05 | Click to expand Image © 2019 Brian Stauffer for Human Rights Watch The meatpacking industry in Germany, like the meatpacking industry in (...)

Singapore Judge Issues Death Sentence by Zoom

  30/05 | Click to expand Image People walk past the Supreme Court in Singapore January 22, 2014. © 2014 Reuters Using Zoom video conferencing, a (...)

AfricaFiles (Human Rights)

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Black Sash

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People in Institutions in Brazil at Risk from Covid-19

  31/05 | Click to expand Image A psychiatric ward in an institution in Rio de Janeiro. Residents of most institutions in Brazil live in (...)

The Case for Reparations in Tulsa, Oklahoma

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Reverend Robert Turner of the historic Vernon African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church, damaged in the 1921 Tulsa (...)

Ending Hungary’s State of Emergency Won’t End Authoritarianism

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, center, his deputy Zsolt Semjen and other government members and MPs of (...)

Ai Weiwei’s Mass Activism Partnership with Human Rights Watch

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Masks imprinted with artwork by Ai Wei Wei, including symbols of free speech, surveillance, persecution, mass (...)

Confirmed Death of Alleged Rwandan Genocidaire

  30/05 | Just days after the arrest in France of Félicien Kabuga, one of the Rwandan genocide’s alleged masterminds, came the announcement that (...)

New Zika Cases in Brazil Overshadowed by Covid-19

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Raquel, 25, holds her daughter Heloisa in Areia, Paraíba state, Brazil. Raquel gave birth to twin daughters with (...)

Senegal/Chad : No Reparations for Ex-Dictator’s Victims

  30/05 | Click to expand Image Photo courtesy of the Association of Victims of the Crimes of Hissène Habré © 2020 (Dakar) – The victims of the (...)

Ethiopia : Security Forces 'Must Face Justice for Horrific Human Rights Violations' - (...)

29/05 | [AI London] At least 10,000 people were arbitrarily arrested and detained last year as part of the government's crackdown on armed (...)

Nigeria : Rights Groups Sound Alarm Over Waning Press Freedoms

29/05 | [VOA] Nigeria is one of West Africa's "most dangerous and difficult countries for journalists," an international media (...)

South Africa : Collins Khosa Inquiry Still Ongoing, Says Defence Minister

29/05 | [News24Wire] Minister of Defence Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on Thursday said the inquiry into the death of Collins Khosa is not complete (...)

Nigeria : Nigerian Journalist Kufre Carter Detained for 1 Month, Charged With Defamation and (...)

29/05 | [CPJ] Nigerian authorities should drop all charges against journalist Kufre Carter and ensure that the press is not harassed by the (...)

Zimbabwe : Mliswa Urges Matanga Sacking for Failing to Deal With Abductions

28/05 | [New Zimbabwe] Independent legislator for Norton, Temba Mliswa has called for the expulsion of Police Commissioner-General Godwin (...)

AfricaFiles (Ecology)

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Southern Africa Resource Watch

Southern Africa Resource Watch SARW’s mission is to ensure that natural resources extraction contributes to sustainable development, a development that meets the needs of the present without (...)

Kenya : Expect More Rains, Warns Met

29/05 | [Nation] The meteorological department has warned that heavy rains are likely to return in western parts of the country starting next (...)

Uganda : Chimpanzee Trust Gets Support From Ruparelia Foundation

29/05 | [Monitor] The Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust (Chimpanzee Trust) has received Shs10 million from Ruparelia (...)

Kenya : Fears for Kenya's Urban Food Supply As Floods Drown Rice

29/05 | [Thomson Reuters Foundation] Rice is a staple food in Kenya's urban areas, but with floods destroying young crops in recent weeks (...)

Angola : Minister Gathers With Environmental Agents

29/05 | [ANGOP] Luanda -The Minister of Culture, Tourism and Environment, Adjany Costa, Thursday in Luanda, consultated non-governmental (...)

East Africa : Brace for Heavy Rains, EAC States Cautioned

29/05 | [Daily News] REELING from the effects of the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, East African Community (EAC) residents have been warned to (...)

Liberia : Amb. Ali Sylla Provides Safe Drinking Water to Residents in Monrovia Amid (...)

29/05 | [FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Ali Sylla, the charge d'affaires of Liberia's Embassy in Doha, Qatar has begun the supply of safe (...)

East Africa : Grevy's Zebras Moved to Boost Biodiversity

29/05 | [East African] Some 25 endangered Grevy's zebras were translocated from Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to Sera Wildlife Community (...)

Nigeria : Govt Declares 7 Areas in Katsina, Benue Open-Defecation-Free

29/05 | [Premium Times] The Federal Ministry of Water Resources has declared seven local government areas in Katsina and Benue states (...)

Rwanda : Government to Ban Charcoal Use in Kigali

29/05 | [New Times] The Ministry of Environment is set to ban the use and supply of charcoal in Kigali city as it steps up efforts to protect (...)

Nigeria : 28 States At Risk of Flooding - Agency

29/05 | [Premium Times] No fewer than 102 local government areas in 28 states are at risk of flooding, according to the 2020 Annual Flood (...)

Tanzania : Jet to Train Scribes On Wildlife Conservation

28/05 | [Daily News] PLANS are underway by Journalists Environmental Association of Tanzania (JET), to train reporters on wildlife conservation (...)

Ethiopia : Why Drought Programmes in Ethiopia Should Support Communal Access to (...)

28/05 | [The Conversation Africa] Like many countries in east Africa, Ethiopia is highly vulnerable to drought. Since 1965, Ethiopia has (...)

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African Journal of Ecology

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Black Sash

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IMG: What is going on in Kivu ? In 1994, the perpetrators of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda fled en masse to Kivu in eastern Congo. For nearly twenty years, remnants of the (...)
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