Three to four dozens of armed police, uniformed and plain clothes invaded the office of the Daily Monitor newspaper of Uganda and the surrounding this morning (May 20, 2013).
Police Invades Uganda's Daily Monitor Newspaper
Africa Peer Review Mechanism Engages Civil Society
The Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), which is established as a self-monitoring platform of African governments a decade ago, engaged civil society representatives in a two colloquium on the theme: Reviewing a decade of peer learning and projecting a future of governance in Africa.
CPJ Urges US Secretary of State to Speak about Press Freedom at AU Summit
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) writes to US Secretary of State John Kerry to ask him to include in his discussions at the AU Summit the issue of press freedom in Africa, particularly in Ethiopia where a systematic crackdown on independent journalists has continued unabated.
African Union calls on Women to Craft Agenda 2063
The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has called on women to craft, and make their own contribution to Africa’s Agenda 2063, and not wait to make input on a draft document that they would have been presented.
AMISOM Donates Medicine to Somalia
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