UN Seeks $600 Million for Ethiopian Refugee Effort

GENEVA - The U.N. refugee agency and partners are appealing for $658 million this year for 735,000 refugees and more than half-a-million Ethiopians hosting them.

The U.N. refugee agency praises …

UN Urges Calm After Deadly Attack in Disputed Abyei Border Area Between Sudan and South Sudan

GENEVA - The United Nations is condemning the deadly attack on a village in the disputed oil-rich area of Abyei between Sudan and South Sudan Wednesday. It is calling for …

Outgoing US Diplomat Asks Uganda to Ensure Peaceful Electoral Process

KAMPALA - Outgoing U.S. Ambassador to Uganda Deborah Malac has called on Uganda's security agencies to ensure freedom of expression and association as the country gears up for a tense …

Onandhi father in court for allegedly burying son alive

A 26-year-old man, who is accused of killing his two-year-old son by allegedly placing him in a bag and burying him alive in a mahangu field in the Oshikoto Region …

Another suspect linked to Fishrot scandal arrested

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) have on Friday morning arrested a third person for trying to interfere with investigations into the Fishrot scandal by attempting to bribe an investigating officer, contravening …

Second man arrested for bribes in Fishrot scandal appears in court

A second man who was arrested on Monday this week on charges of attempting to bribe an Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) investigating officer involved in the Fishrot scandal, made his first …

A second man arrested on Monday on charges of attempting to bribe an Anti-Corruption Commission investigating officer involved in the Fishrot scandal

A second man arrested on Monday on charges of attempting to bribe an Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) investigating officer involved in the Fishrot scandal, made his first appearance in the Windhoek …

Pensioner’s alleged rape case postponed again

he bail hearing of a 68-year-old former teacher who stands accused of allegedly raping his eight-year-old daughter was on Friday postponed to Monday in the Rehoboth Magistrate's Court.

The pensioner, …