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Sudan asks UN to ensure all peacekeepers leave by June 2020

Sudan urges UN to withdraw peacekeepers from Darfur

Sudan urges UN to withdraw peacekeepers from Darfur Sudan has enjoined the UN Security Council to remove suspension of troop withdrawal and ensure that all peacekeepers leave Darfur by June 2020. Sudan has told the UN Security Council that the restrictions on the movement of troops in Darfur should be lifted. Sudan’s UN Ambassador Omer Mohamed Siddig asserted that it is time to

Ebola is now curable, Clinical trial shows positive results

Threat of Ebola reduced as scientists find a new cure

Threat of Ebola reduced as scientists find a new cure In a major breakthrough, scientists have found a cure for Ebola which can potentially reduce the death rate The cure for Ebola was found after two of the four drugs that were being tested in the Democratic Republic of the Congo showed positive results. According to the World Health Organization and the US National

Defence Minister goes to Mozambique in his first overseas trip

Defence Minister goes to Mozambique in his first overseas trip Three bilateral agreements on military cooperation were signed

Defence Minister goes to Mozambique in his first overseas trip. Three bilateral agreements on military cooperation were signed between Mozambique and India The Defence Minister had been to Mozambique on a three-day visit from July 28th to 30th July. The Defence Minister signed three agreements for military cooperation. Two MoUs were on white shipping information sharing and Hydrography. The third agreement was for

MOZAMBIQUE-INDIA RELATIONS: A PERENNIAL BOND

Partners across the Indian Ocean Region, Mozambique and India share a historic bond that has turned into a solid partnership of the contemporary world

Partners across the Indian Ocean Region, Mozambique and India share a historic bond that has turned into a solid partnership of the contemporary world In the recent past, the Indo-Mozambican relations have scaled new heights. Both the countries share a very warm and cordial connection and the association that they have adhered through ages has a great degree of commonality. India and Mozambique share

Violence in Sudan, UN Strongly Condemns Civilian Deaths

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Sudanese soldiers stand guard on armoured vehicles as demonstrators protest in the capital, Khartoum. After an unprecedented attack on protestors in Khartoum which killed many people, UNSC has strongly condemned the crackdown by military forces Large number of civilian deaths has jolted Sudan after security forces allegedly attacked a protest camp in the country's capital, Khartoum. The week long sit-in protest outside the military headquarters

African Nations Observe Eid-ul-Fitr

Africa observes Eid-ul-Fitr

Africa observes Eid-ul-Fitr The grand celebrations of Eid will be observed across most of Africa on Tuesday. At the end of Ramadan, Mali became the first nation to observe the Muslim festival Most of Africa will observe Eid-ul-Fitr on Tuesday. Celebrated across the globe by Muslims, the festivities come at the end of the month-long fasting rituals of Ramadan. Muslims across Mali were

South African Elections 2019: African National Congress Sustains Power

African Elections 2019

The 2019 South African Parliamentary Elections brought in a major win for President Cyril Ramaphosa and a sixth term for the African National Congress   The South African electoral commission announced the results of the 2019 polls held last week, declaring a clear majority win for the African National Congress on Saturday. This would be the sixth term in power for

India-South Africa Diplomatic Relations: An Everlasting Bond

India-South africa Diplomatic Relations

India-South Africa diplomatic relationship, formally established decades ago, has matured into a robust economic, social, and strategic partnership, thriving on enhanced leadership engagements and multiple agreements on greater cooperation India and South Africa share an extremely unique and fundamental relationship. The bilateral association is a deep rooted relation since decades as both the nations have been through similar history of sovereignty

Twenty-Nine Years of Namibian Independence

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21 March 1990, Namibia was finally granted autonomy by the South African government under a peace deal negotiated by the United Nations, liberating the country from decades of oppression. Namibia, now officially known as the Republic of Namibia, gained independence from South Africa in 1990 after going through the long asymmetric conflict. The struggle is known as the Namibia War

Satellite Images Reveal New Details about Cyclone Idai

Satellite images reveal the vast extent of flooding in the port city of Beira, Mozambique

Satellite images unveil the extent of flooding in Mozambican city of Beira as thousands remain trapped Over the last couple of days, Cyclone Idai swept through the south-east African nations of Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. What is being observed as the most destructive cyclone to hit Africa in over a decade has now killed hundreds. Thousands remain missing as rescue missions

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