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4m Somalia children hit by war and climate change, experts say

As Somali forces navigate a delicate transition to assume the country’s security responsibilities from African Union peacekeepers who have secured civilians and personnel of international agencies for the past 17 years, experts say that four million children in Somalia have … Continued

Internet outage felt across East Africa

Internet users in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda have been complaining about poor connectivity as service providers across East Africa acknowledge there has been a problem. They have said they are working to fix it. The patchy service was a … Continued

Cholera outbreak in Somalia kills at least 75 since January

MOGADISHU, Somalia– The effects of Somalia’s recent historic droughts combined with the impact of floods induced by El Nino have fueled outbreaks of diarrhea and cholera, killing at least 75 people since January, the World Health Organization said on Friday. … Continued

Kenya loses bid to host climate change centre

Nairobi has lost a chance to host a climate change hub after the Advisory Board changed the location to Geneva. Earlier, the United Nations agencies had recommended Nairobi as the optimal location from a shortlist of other cities such as Addis Ababa, … Continued