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Why is Kenya a Target for Somalia-Based al-Shabab Terrorists?
Once again, the Somalia-based militant group al-Shabab appears to have struck Kenya. This time, the attack was on the Dusit D2 hotel and office complex in the capital, Nairobi. VOA senior analyst Jeffrey Young spoke via Skype with insurgency experts, who explain why Kenya is a target for al-Shabab.

Fri, 18 Jan 2019 03:52:00 -0500

Human Rights Watch: World's Autocrats Face Rising Resistance
Human Rights Watch says people around the world are confronting the abuses of autocrats and pushing back against intolerant populists. In its annual report, the advocacy group says 2018 saw growing opposition to authoritarian trends in Western democracies, as well as countries with traditionally controlling governments. And as VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports, groups often organized to support the rights of people in other countries.

Fri, 18 Jan 2019 03:10:00 -0500

African Union Urges Congo to Suspend Final Election Results
The African Union continental body issued a surprise last-minute demand late Thursday for Congo's government to suspend the announcement of final results of the disputed presidential election, citing "serious doubts."  Congo's constitutional court is poised to rule as early as Friday on a challenge filed by the election's declared runner-up. Martin Fayulu has requested a recount, alleging fraud. Upholding the results could spark violence in a country hoping for...

Thu, 17 Jan 2019 19:58:25 -0500

Canadian Kidnapped in Burkina Faso Found Dead 
A Canadian geologist kidnapped earlier this week in Burkina Faso has been found dead, the country's security ministry said Thursday.    Kirk Woodman was abducted by gunmen late Tuesday from a remote gold mine in the country's northeast region.    His body was found near the country's borders with Mali and Niger in Gorom Gorom, the ministry said.     Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland confirmed Woodman's...

Thu, 17 Jan 2019 18:17:11 -0500

Ethiopia Allows Almost 1 Million Refugees to Leave Camps, Go to Work
Ethiopia passed a law Thursday giving almost 1 million refugees the right to work and live outside of camps, in a move praised for providing them with more dignity and reducing reliance on foreign aid. Home to Africa's second largest refugee population after Uganda, Ethiopia hosts more than 900,000 people who have fled conflict, drought and persecution in neighboring countries such as South Sudan, Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea. The refugees — many of whom sought refuge decades ago and...

Thu, 17 Jan 2019 18:03:50 -0500

Report: Morocco Foils 89,000 Illegal Migration Attempts in 2018
Morocco stopped 89,000 people from illegally migrating in 2018, up 37 percent compared to a year earlier, the interior ministry said Thursday, as the country became the main launchpad in the Mediterranean for Europe-bound migrants. Morocco, which other Africans can visit without visas, has become a major gateway for migrants into Europe since Italy's tougher line and EU aid to the Libyan coast guard curbed the number of people coming from Libya. In 2018, Moroccan authorities...

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