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Wed, 28 Feb 2018 23:27:31 GMT

Why Build Kenya’s First Coal Plant? Hint: Think China
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South Sudan Nonprofit Calls for Restriction on Imported Seeds
A local organization that distributes seeds in South Sudan's Gbudue state wants the government to restrict international groups from importing seed into the country.   The nonprofit Global Agriculture Innovation & Solutions Ltd. (GAIS) works with 200 farmers across Gbudue.   GAIS Executive Director Mike Gaga says he does not understand why the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), a United Nations agency, imports seeds from other countries to distribute to farmers in...

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:15:24 -0400

UN: $1.7 Billion Needed for DRC Humanitarian Crisis
International donors will meet next month in Geneva to address the growing humanitarian disaster in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the lack of funding for 13 million people in dire need. “Humanitarian needs, caused by internal conflict, have doubled over the last year,” U.N. Humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock told Security Council members on Monday. The United Nations is hoping to receive commitments for $1.7 billion for this year, nearly four times the amount requested in 2017, at...

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 17:10:17 -0400

Zimbabwe's Leader Calls Out Those Stashing Millions of Dollars Overseas
Zimbabwe's new leader has publicly named more than 1,800 companies and individuals accused of illegally stashing hundreds of millions of dollars overseas and not bringing the money home under a now-expired amnesty deal. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has vowed to fight corruption after the dramatic resignation in November of longtime leader Robert Mugabe, whose government was accused of widespread mismanagement of the once-prosperous country. Mnangagwa in December announced the...

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 14:09:04 -0400

Canada Announces Peacekeeping Mission in Mali
Canada has announced a peacekeeping effort in the West African country of Mali that includes six helicopters and some support troops. Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said Monday the deployment will be 12 months. The mission will include two Chinook helicopters for airlift operations and four armed Griffon helicopters for escort purposes. The number of troops has not been determined yet. Mali has been in turmoil since a 2012 uprising prompted mutinous soldiers to overthrow the...

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 13:44:35 -0400

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UN Condemns Congo's 'Unlawful' Crackdown on Protests
The United Nations on Monday condemned Congolese security forces for killing at least 47 people, including women and children, in "unlawful and unjustified" crackdowns on protests during 2017 and early this year. Democratic Republic of Congo is facing growing public unrest since President Joseph Kabila refused to step down after his mandate expired at the end of December 2016, and after repeated delays to an election meant to replace him. Security forces shot dead at least...

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 10:11:50 -0400