Thursday, December 01, 2022
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WFP accelerates humanitarian operations in Northern Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has delivered over 2,400 metric tons of food, medical, nutrition and other lifesaving supplies to Ethiopia’s Tigray region following the signing of a peace agreement earlier this month and the … Continued

Rights group lauds IPOA for probing Eastleigh cop Rashid

by PERPETUA ETYANG The Social Justice Movement has commended the Independent Policing Oversight Authority for probing and filing murder charges against Corporal Ahmed Rashid. The Directorate of Public Prosecution approved murder charges against Rashid. In one of the incidents, IPOA concluded an … Continued

Somali forces kill 15 al-Shabab militants, foil attack

Somali security forces backed by international partners killed 15 al-Shabab militants in a sting operation carried out in southern Somalia on Friday. The Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism said in a statement issued in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, … Continued

Ethiopian Airlines to resume flights to Tigray as peace holds

Ethiopian Airlines, the leading African flag carrier, said on Wednesday that it has finalised preparations to resume flights to Tigray region, the CEO of the airline confirmed. All commercial flight services to and from Tigray, the northernmost region of Ethiopia, … Continued

In Barron, Somali-Americans drop call-to-prayer request

BARRON, Wis. (AP) — Somali-American residents in Barron have withdrawn a request to play an amplified call to prayer from two mosques after facing opposition from some community members. Barron, a town of about 3,400, is home to some 470 … Continued

Secretary Blinken’s Call with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy

Readout Office of the Spokesperson Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke today with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed about efforts to bring lasting peace to northern Ethiopia.  Secretary Blinken recognized ongoing efforts by the Ethiopian government to work towards … Continued

Ugandan lecturer who allegedly slapped student arrested

Patience Atuhaire Police in Uganda have arrested a lecturer at the country’s famous Makerere University for alleged physical assault. Bernard Wandera of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences is being investigated for allegedly slapping a female student in a … Continued