Amnesty International accused Rwandan military intelligence services of engaging in torture, unlawful detention and enforced disappearances of civilians on Monday by members of the J2.

Nigeria qualify for 2013 African U-20 finals

Amnesty report cases of civilian abuse in south sudan

North Sudan: 354 Christian and Jewish Southern Sudanese Slaves Liberated

Ethiopia: Four NGOs get government ban

Africans start winning the battle against malaria

Several Christians hastily convert to Islam for clothes

Another UN Aid worker killed in Somalia

Terrorist attacks further dent Mauritania economy

Hope for starving Liberian pupils

US comes to Ethiopia’s rescue

Rising HIV infections cause stir in Kenya

Djibouti a death trap as conflicts and drought threaten population

Zimbabwe : Ban on NGO’s and Aid Groups to be lifted

Underfunding threatening UN operations in Somalia

Ethiopia’s unwelcomed results of rain after long deadly drought

The enemy is within : Ethiopian FM tells Somali leaders indirectly

Fighting between Islamic insurgents and local forces displace thousands

Land remains key challenge in reintegration of returnees

Food Crisis in Northern Uganda

Ethiopian crisis not getting any better

Aid workers protest attacks amid murders and death threats

EU pledges more money to prevent natural disasters

MSF ordered out of Niger

US$ 150 million on emergency food distribution

Severe health risks in Sierra Leone

Hunger is back in the Horn of Africa

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