Sudan’s Army Calls for Unconditional Talks With Protesters

KHARTOUM – Sudan’s military council on Wednesday urged opposition leaders to resume negotiations on the transition of power, without preconditions, but the comments could further complicate the already stalled transition process as protest organizers continue their night-time demonstrations demanding civilian …

Angola prepares for 2019 Felino military drill

The military chief, who was addressing the Training Unit for the Support of Peace-keeping Operations, has underlined that the Angolan Armed Forces’ participation in this military drill is also part of its international obligations on defence and security.

The event …

Angola, US resume trade agreement

In this ambit, representatives of the US Trade for Africa and of the Trade Department of this country’s embassy in Angola and also Mozambique met on Tuesday, in Maputo, with part of the Angolan delegation attending the 12th US-Africa Entrepreneurial …

Kenya Convicts Three in 2015 Garissa Terror Attack

NAIROBI – A Kenyan court has found three terror suspects guilty of the April 2015 Garissa University terror attack in which nearly 150 people, mainly students, were killed. A magistrate set sentencing for next month.

Nairobi Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi …

Sudan Protesters Holding Night Marches

KHARTOUM – Sudan protest groups plan night marches in an attempt to pressure the military for a return to civilian rule. Sudan’s security forces earlier this month crushed a weeks-long sit in by protesters, reportedly killing dozens.

Sudan protest groups …

Mozambique Wildlife Park Loses Zero Elephants to Poachers

Niassa Reserve, one of Africa’s largest wildlife parks, is marking a year without losing a single elephant to poachers.

The last elephant killed by poachers in the Mozambique animal preserve was May 17, 2018.

The New-York based Wildlife Conservation Society, …