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  • Somali fishermen complain about illegal vessels

    Some fishermen in Somalia are being pushed towards piracy, because illegal fishing off the Somali coast is damaging their livelihood.

    Somali fishermen complain about illegal vessels
    Somali fishermen complain about illegal vessels

    Some fishermen in Somalia are being pushed towards piracy, because illegal fishing off the Somali coast is damaging their livelihood.

    02:32May 25, 2017

  • Zambia considers treason charge against opposition leader Hichilema

    A Zambian court will rule on whether it will proceed with a case of treason against the leader of the opposition or not.

    Zambia considers treason charge against opposition leader Hichilema
  • Can famine in Africa be contained? - Inside Story

    Millions are going hungry in several countries because of the worst drought in living memory

    Can famine in Africa be contained? - Inside Story
  • South Sudan: More than one million on brink of starvation

    It has been three months since famine, which has been caused by a longstanding conflict between the government and rebels groups, was declared in some parts of South Sudan.

    South Sudan: More than one million on brink of starvation
  • Six million Somalis face starvation

    International aid agencies are warning that six million Somalis need urgent help to avoid starvation. Somalia is now facing the most severe drought in living memory; half the population is going hungry.

    Six million Somalis face starvation
  • Ivory Coast economy hit by mutiny

    A mutiny in Ivory Coast over soldiers’ pay has shaken business confidence and spooked foreign investors. The second revolt paralysed the country for four days but traders are more worried about the long-term effects.

    Ivory Coast economy hit by mutiny