World Bank Group President David Malpass Remarks at the NABE Economic Policy Conference

MR. MALPASS: Well, Ilan, I’m very pleased to be here. I’ve got some notes, and then I’ve got some ideas of things to tell people about, and then looking forward to the conversation. I’m especially pleased to be here with …

World Bank Group President David Malpass Remarks at the NABE Economic Policy Conference

MR. MALPASS: Well, Ilan, I’m very pleased to be here. I’ve got some notes, and then I’ve got some ideas of things to tell people about, and then looking forward to the conversation. I’m especially pleased to be here with …

Dozens of Victims Escaping Fresh Violence in Cameroon

BAMENDA, CAMEROON – Renewed fighting in Cameroons restive English-speaking region has forced more than 70 people, mainly women and children, to flee for their lives and seek shelter at an orphanage. Many of them, however, are very ill, battling malaria …

Cameroon Protests French Presidents Criticism of Anglophone Rights Abuses

YAOUNDE – Cameroon is protesting criticism from French President Emmanuel Macron over how the central African state is handling the conflict in its English-speaking regions. On Monday, over 100 youth rallied at the French Embassy, demanding Macron apologize.

More than …

WHO Warns It is Running Out of Money to Tackle Ebola Epidemic in DRC

GENEVA – The World Health Organization is urgently appealing for $40 million to salvage its operation to bring the Ebola epidemic to an end in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

The Ebola operation in eastern DR Congo’s conflict-ridden North Kivu …

Mali Seeks to Negotiate with Jihadists in Efforts to End Violence

WASHINGTON – With violence wreaking havoc across the country, authorities in Mali are now looking for new avenues to reach a settlement with Islamist insurgents operating in the northern part of the West African country.

Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita …