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Mysterious ‘Robin Hood’ hackers donating stolen money

A hacking group is donating stolen money to charity in what is seen as a mysterious first for cyber-crime that's puzzling experts.

SOUTH SUDAN’S TOP UN ENVOY REASSURES DISPLACED FAMILIES DURING the FIRST VISIT TO BENTIU AND MALAKAL SINCE COVID LOCKDOWN

“I was worried that the United Nations was withdrawing its peacekeepers completely from the protection site. But now I know they will...

Omar Bashir: ICC delegation begins talks in Sudan over former leader

An International Criminal Court (ICC) delegation has arrived Sudan to discuss the prosecution of former President Omar al-Bashir. Bashir...

Police seize heroin and bhang at JKIA headed for France

Police at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi have seized several kilos of heroin and bhang that was on transit from Juba...

South Sudan: NSF Rebel Group Agrees To A Ceasefire With Government

South Sudan's government and the rebels of the National Salvation Front (NSF) announced in Rome the signing of a ceasefire agreement.

South Sudanese armed group releases 2 Sudanese nationals from detention

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said Wednesday it has facilitated the release of three detainees, including two Sudanese nationals...

Burundi, DRC move to neutralize insurgents

When the DR Congo in mid-September postponed the Great Lakes Region Heads of State mini-summit scheduled for September 17 in Goma, it...

What next for Burundian militants captured in Rwanda?

A group of 19 armed militants who were captured on Rwandan territory by the Rwanda Defense Force (RDF) was paraded this week in Ruheru...

UN ‘outraged’ by an attack on food aid convoy in South Sudan

The U.N. World Food Program says it is “outraged” by an attack on a convoy carrying food aid in South Sudan that...

Al-Shabaab releases two Cuban doctors working in Kenya from captivity

Cuban doctors working in Kenya who were abducted by Al-Shabaab from Mandera last year have been released from captivity by terror group...

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Total under fire over Uganda land issues

The NGOs have published a report, “A nightmare named Total”, as part of their long-running campaign to force the French company to...

East African Truckers Pay Bribes for Negative Coronavirus Tests, Official Says

Long-distance truck drivers are paying bribes to evade coronavirus testing at the Uganda-Kenya border, the head of Uganda's Professional Drivers Network said....

Sudan sees economic hope as Trump signals terror list removal

After months of negotiations between the transitional Sudanese government and the US administration about a deal to remove Sudan from Washington’s list...

‘South Sudan must form hybrid court to try war crimes’

South Sudan must take steps to quickly form a hybrid court to try people who committed atrocities during the country’s six-year crisis,...

Mysterious ‘Robin Hood’ hackers donating stolen money

A hacking group is donating stolen money to charity in what is seen as a mysterious first for cyber-crime that's puzzling experts.
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