Court postpones hearing for eighth time for Tanzanian journalist

Tanzanian investigative journalist Erick Kabendera arrives at the Kisutu Residents Magistrate Court in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Emmanuel Herman/File Photo DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) – A Tanzanian court on Wednesday postponed the hearing for the eighth time … Continue reading Court postpones hearing for eighth time for Tanzanian journalist

‘The time feels right’: Prince Charles welcomed to New Zealand’s founding site of Waitangi

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – For Ngati Kawa Taituha, the welcoming of Prince Charles onto the Waitangi Treaty Grounds in New Zealand’s far north on Wednesday marks the latest step towards finally fulfilling the promise of New Zealand’s founding document. Prince Charles … Continue reading ‘The time feels right’: Prince Charles welcomed to New Zealand’s founding site of Waitangi

Ethiopia’s Sidama vote on autonomy in latest test for restive regions

HAWASSA, Ethiopia (Reuters) – Polls opened on Wednesday for Ethiopia’s Sidama people to vote on self-determination in a referendum closely watched by other ethnic groups also seeking more autonomy since reforms by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed shook up the national … Continue reading Ethiopia’s Sidama vote on autonomy in latest test for restive regions

Jihadist violence putting generation at risk in Africa’s Sahel-WFP

Displaced children that fled from their villages in northern Burkina Faso, following attacks by assailants, push carts loaded with water containers at a school on the outskirts of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso June 15, 2019. REUTERS/Anne Mimault GENEVA (Reuters) – Jihadist … Continue reading Jihadist violence putting generation at risk in Africa’s Sahel-WFP