March 09, 2016
Nigeria: Go Home, Nigerian Govt Tells Boko Haram Victims
The Nigerian government is encouraging people in the northeast who have fled Boko Haram attacks to return to their homes, despite concerns over the safety of some of the more… Read more »
March 02, 2016
East Africa: Burundi Power Struggle Outlasts Diplomatic Flurry
As meaningful talks elude the troubled east African nation, war fears grow Read more »
Africa: Spies Sans Frontières?
How CIA-linked Palantir is gaining ground in the aid industry (and why some humanitarians are worried Read more »
March 01, 2016
Africa: Outflanking the War on Drugs?
It's widely acknowledged that the "war on drugs" has failed. A militarised approach based on prohibition and incarceration has stoked staggering levels of violence and misery, cost… Read more »
February 22, 2016
South Sudan: Survivors of Violence in Malakal Face New Crisis
A new humanitarian crisis is unfolding in Malakal, South Sudan, just days after an attack by government soldiers on a camp sheltering displaced people - the challenge of caring for… Read more »
February 19, 2016
Somalia: Dadaab Refugees Caught in the Middle
Trapped between al-Shabab and Kenya's crackdown Read more »
February 17, 2016
Malawi: Malawi's Hunger Season
It's mid-morning on a dusty road to Lisungwi market in Neno, southern Malawi, and Bertha Cham'bwinja is sitting under the shade of an acacia tree resting from the scorching sun, a… Read more »
Uganda: How the LRA Still Haunts Northern Uganda
The appearance of an LRA commander at the ICC is stirring old memories Read more »
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