WHO says over 1.2 million people need health assistance in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province

Violence and insecurity have damaged or forced shut nearly a third of the province’s 132 health facilities, depriving communities of basic health services and sparking emergency health needs for HIV, malaria and tuberculosis treatment as well as vaccination and safe delivery among internally displaced persons and host communities. Cholera prevention, COVID-19 response and provision of mental and psychosocial health services are also critically needed.

US working with Mozambique to combat growing extremism

The United States is working at the national and local level in Mozambique, as it executes a “holistic strategy” to address worsening terrorism and violent extremism in the country, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield told reporters on Tuesday before a United Nations Security Council meeting on peace and security in Africa.

Black locals left for dead after terrorist attack in Mozambique as white contractors rescued first

Survivors of an attack from Islamist insurgent group Al-Shabaab in Mozambique’s...

Mozambique humanitarian crisis reaches new heights as government looks to foreign assistance

According to the United States State Department, 700,000 people are displaced; 28,000 people are newly displaced following terrorist attacks in Palma, a town in the region.

U.S. delivers humanitarian relief supplies in Mozambique as ISIS-affiliated terrorists displace 700,000 people

Amid devastating violence in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado region, the U.S. Agency...


Amnesty International calls on Nobel Prize winning Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed to account for all missing persons following Hachalu Hundesa’s killing

The administration of Abiy Ahmed, the Nobel Prize winning Prime Minister of Ethiopia, must immediately reveal the whereabouts of dozens of politicians and journalists who were arrested alongside other people following widespread protests that erupted after the killing of Hachalu Hundesa, Amnesty International has said.

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Human Rights Watch concludes Abiy Ahmed’s soldiers bombed civilians to death, schools, hospitals and markets in Tigray region

Humera and Shire, killing at least 83 civilians, including children, and wounding over 300.

Human Rights Watch calls on Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize winning Abiy Ahmed to restore internet and phone services in Oromia

The Ethiopian government should immediately lift the shutdown of internet and phone communications in the Oromia region, Human Rights Watch said on Monday. The two-month-long shutdown has prevented families from communicating, disrupted life-saving services, and contributed to an information blackout during government counterinsurgency operations in the area, the respected human rights organization added in a statement.


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