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

Burundi: Female ex-combatants picking up the pieces

African Union: Haiti’s future in Africa ’a sense of duty’

Haiti: Officers from Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal join efforts

Kudos to the United Nations in Haiti

Ugandans donate to Haiti

Ugandans donate to Haiti disaster victims

Africa mobilizes massive relief efforts for Haiti

Japan: Exchange of Notes for Grant Aid for the Republic of Burundi through UNICEF

Haiti: SOS via SMS

Haiti: Congo joins Senegal in rare poor-help-poor diplomacy

Haiti-Senegal: Abdoulaye Wade reaches out to Haitians

Haiti: United States to meet UN request for assistance

Haiti Earthquake: A horrible death toll expected as assistance pour in

New USAID Mission Director for South Africa Sworn In

Somalia: Al-Shabab forces World Food Program out

Ethiopia: Government rejects politicized food aid claims

Britain and US urge probe on Ethiopian aid abuse

’Miracle-worker’ surgeon and Monty Python lend their support to Western Sahara refugee project

Ethiopian PM to meet British Minister over restrictive NGO legislation

Nelson Mandela Day becomes an international holiday

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