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The Rise of a Village in Tigray, Ethiopia

Anthrax outbreak in Tigray: Deadly disease reemerges after decades in war-torn region This exclusive report by RFI uncovers a disturbing development in northern Ethiopia. Anthrax, a disease long absent, has returned in Tigray. Nearly two years post-civil war, with a death toll of 600,000, four fatalities linked to anthrax were reported recently in Belaeti village.

Al-Shabab’s Rise in Somalia Suicide Bombings ‘Change in Tactics’, Experts Say

Al-Shabab's Rise in Somalia Suicide Bombings 'Change in Tactics', Experts Say Al-Shabab extremists in Somalia are changing into "more audacious" of their assaults and are more and more resorting to suicide bombers carrying improvised explosives in what safety consultants name a "change in tactics". The Islamist militant group staged certainly one of its deadliest assaults on Wednesday, focusing…

the rise in terrorist attacks is hitting hard

In Niger, the increase in attacks by jihadist groups in the north is hitting the agricultural sector hard. While the sowing season is in full swing, farmers are finding it increasingly difficult to access their fields, pastoralists are stranded in the south and thus miss the transition period. In the middle of the winter…

The Pegasus scandal is on the rise

Just days after a new tension between the two countries over Western Sahara, Algiers said it was "deeply concerned" after revelations that Algerian officials could have been spied on via this spy program. According to the press release from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Algiers condemns Morocco's large-scale use Israeli…

Faced the rise of Covid-19, Tunisia

"All indicators are red" in Tunisia. The country is overwhelmed by the Covid-19 health crisis, according to the World Health Organization. We apologize for more than one hundred daily deaths and a total of 16,000 deaths. The highest mortality rate on the entire continent and in the Arab world. Health infrastructures, notoriously underprivileged, are overwhelmed and the country is relying more than…

the reform of the Electoral Commission gives rise to

In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the reform of the Electoral Commission voted on Friday, June 4, by the National Assembly to try to ensure transparency in the next election, provoked the anger of Martin Fayulos and his ally Adolphe Muzito. as reported from Kinshasa, Pascal MulegwaThe text had already been discussed…

In Ghana, modern artwork is on the rise

Ghana's modern artwork has gained worldwide recognition, and an increasing number of collectors are selecting up works produced on this small West African nation. However the native market continues to be affected by its lack of infrastructure. From our Accra correspondent,The brand new modern artwork gallery Ada moved to…

India’s COVID-19 cases are on the rise as thousands are overloaded with hospitals for access

NEW DELHI - Ever since the new COVID-19 pandemic hit, several parts of the world have had their own share of challenges with nations ravaging deep economic crises and deaths, thus virtually destroying operations, whether government or privately sponsored. When the US, Brazil and Italy were hit the hardest, it seems that the wave has shifted to India, one of the world's giant economies. So fast are the cases spreading that even control of it has been so problematic and left thousands exposed? On Friday, people across…

Special forces on the streets of Mogadishu as fears of conflict rise

MOGADISHU, Somalia - Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, has once again witnessed an increased presence of troops on Wednesday night is the latest sign of a possible breakdown of the opposition. Turkish-trained Haram'ad police with armored vehicles have been deployed on the streets at several major intersections, following the immediate former Mogadishu police chief Braiger General Sadik John protected by dozens of soldiers moved from the airport facility to the Circolo Ufficiale area. The unusual army movement has…

the rise in prices on construction sites for cement blocks

Prices of imported basic products are still stable or rising in the Central African Republic, despite the gradual resumption of traffic on the corridor connecting Douala to Bangui. This is the case, for example, with the cement price, which has risen by more than 50% since the crisis began in December. "Here's the site,…

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