Niger's Coup Crisis: Shifting Alliances and Sahel's Uncertain Future

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The military group that seized power in Niger has leveled accusations against France, suggesting plans for a military intervention to reinstate the deposed president, Mohamed Bazoum. French Foreign Minister, Catherine Colonna, refuted these allegations, underscoring the necessity of restoring stability in Niger and its neighboring countries.

Proxy Wars in Africa: The Conflict in Sudan and Arab Nations' Role

Proxy Wars in Africa: The Conflict in Sudan and Arab Nations' Role

The African continent has been a battleground for numerous conflicts throughout history, often fueled by complex geopolitical dynamics and the interference of external powers. One such conflict is the war in Sudan, which has witnessed the involvement of Arab nations in the form of proxy wars. This article aims to shed light on the ongoing conflict in Sudan and explore the role of Arab nations in instigating and exacerbating the situation.

The War in Sudan:

Tragedy Strikes Uganda: Reflecting on the Killing of 37 Innocent Lives

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Uganda, a country known for its vibrant culture, diverse wildlife, and warm-hearted people, was recently shaken by a devastating incident that claimed the lives of 37 innocent individuals. The tragic event serves as a grim reminder of the prevailing challenges faced by communities and the urgent need to address them. In this blog post, we reflect on the heartbreaking incident, highlighting the importance of unity, resilience, and international support to prevent such atrocities from occurring again.

The Tragic Event:

President of Haiti Assassinated

Assasines of president President Jovenel Moise

Haitian President Moise was killed Wednesday in an armed attack at his private home in the capital Port-au-Prince by a group of terrorists who, authorities say, spoke Spanish and English and probably patois.

Haiti's first lady Martine Moise, who was wounded in the attack, was taken to a hospital in Miami, Florida, where she is being treated.

Haitian police had already arrested 17 suspects over the assassination, including two Haitian Americans and 15 Colombians.


Egypt threatens war amid Renaissance Dam dispute

Ethiopian and Egypt conflict

Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry has confirmed that progress to resolve the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) crisis remained stalled after Addis Ababa rejected it's requests. A meeting Kinshasa will be hosted by Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi, who is also the chairmanĀ of the African Union. Egypt and Sudan had previously urged the Congolese government to help mediate talks on the dam, as they seek to settle their years-long dispute over the project.