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Ethiopia's 'Snapchat maid' returns from Kuwait after surviving fall

23 August, 2017

Ethiopia's foreign ministry posted a video of Sadik returning to Ethiopia earlier this week, fully recovered after falling from a seventh floor window.

'More than one million South Sudan refugees in Uganda'

17 August, 2017

South Sudan's brutal civil war has forced more than one million people to flee to neighbouring Uganda alone, the UN's refugee agency said on Thursday.

Egypt's Sisi prepares for four-day tour of African countries

13 August, 2017

Egypt is looking to increase trade with its African neighbours, while also advancing its foreign policy agenda in Ethiopia and Libya.

Scores of migrants 'deliberately drowned' by traffickers near Yemen

09 August, 2017

Refugees were forced off a trafficking boat in open seas leading to the deaths of dozens of refugees, with the UN chillingly discovering the shallow graves of those who drowned.

South Sudan military captures rebel headquarters near Ethiopia border

07 August, 2017

The South Sudanese army say they have captured the border town of Pagak, which has been the main base of fighters loyal to rebel leader Riek Machar.

Meeting Lebanon's slaves

25 July, 2017

In-depth: Slave labour remains common practice among migrant domestic workers in Lebanon, whose death rate has doubled as a result of suicides or attempted escapes, reports Alessandra Bajec.

Meeting Lebanon's slaves

24 July, 2017

In-depth: Slave labour remains common practice among migrant domestic workers in Lebanon, whose death rate has doubled as a result of suicides or attempted escapes, reports Alessandra Bajec.

South Sudan clashes force patients, doctors to flee hospital

19 July, 2017

Patients and doctors at the clinic in the town of Maiwut risked being caught up in an army offensive closing in on the nearby opposition-stronghold Pagak.

US pledges $639 million in aid to four countries

09 July, 2017

The US has pledged $639 million in additional humanitarian aid for people affected by food insecurity and violence in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and Nigeria.

Israeli intelligence launches start-up fund to invest in spying

28 June, 2017

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu says that Israel's national intelligence agency will begin a start-up fund to help invent new spying technology for Mossad.

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