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Burkina Faso

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Oshiwambo

Burkina Faso apitifa oveta taikelele oushenge moshilongo shaye.

Etanga lopakwaita olo likwetele komesho oshilongo Burkina Faso' ola shiiva moshilongo ita mupitikwa  eeveta tadi popile oushenge. Eelopota odati ongudu yetanga lopakwata yo junta,  oyo ikwetele komesho oshilongo oya kelela oinyangadalwa aishe youshenge moshilongo, noya waimina oilyolongo ya Afria oyo ita ipopile eehombo doushege moshilongo,  nonande oilyolongo oinanghono mounyuni taipula opo eeveta doushenge dikale dapitikwa. Oo eli ominsiter youyuuki moshilongo osho  Edasso Rodrigue Bayala,   talombwele oikundaneki kutya,  o cabinet kongudu […]

todayJuly 12, 2024 16 2 4

Africa

West Africa is changing: five essential reads on breakaways from Ecowas

        By Adejuwon Soyinka, The Conversation     The Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) has been in the news lately – mostly for the wrong reasons. The bloc is facing its biggest crisis since it was formed in 1975. Three of its 15 countries – Niger, Burkina Faso and Mali – have broken away and formed an alternative grouping, the Alliance of Sahel States. While […]

todayJuly 10, 2024 9

Africa

Senegal’s president urges dialogue with Sahel military juntas

        Senegalese President and West Africa's ECOWAS "facilitator" Bassirou Diomaye Faye called Monday for dialogue and peaceful reconciliation with three countries that recently split from the bloc. The military leaders of Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso broke away from the Economic Community of West African States earlier this year and formed a confederation of their own on Saturday. ECOWAS heads of state met in Abuja on Sunday […]

todayJuly 8, 2024 8

Africa

Displaced by violent conflict: the world’s most neglected crises are in Africa – six essential reads

        By Kagure Gacheche, The Conversation     The Norwegian Refugee Council recently released a report highlighting the 10 most neglected displacement crises in the world in 2023. Nine of the 10 countries are in Africa – the only non-African country on the list is Honduras in central America. Neglect, according to the council, is characterised by a lack of media coverage, inadequate humanitarian funding and insufficient […]

todayJune 10, 2024 5

Oshiwambo

Ominista yiikwapondje ya Russia Sergey Lavrov okwa hulitha olweendo lwe lopambelewa mu Africa,a hulile mo D-djamena sha Chad.

Lavrov okwali a talelepo mo Guniea,mo Congo,nomo Burkina Faso. O Africa News oya lopota kutya pethimbo lyetalelepo lye,Lavrov okwa tsakanene nambushe miilonga gwa Chad,Obderaman Koulamallah. Ondingandinga nuutokelo wa Africa oya kala ya talika onga ethwethemo lya France uule womimvo. Lavrov ta dhenge omuthindo kutya uukumwe wa France na Chad itau gumu uukumwe niilongo yilwe. Russia nuumvo ota tyapula oomvula 60 dhuukumwe wopaunadiplomate na Chad.

todayJune 6, 2024 22

World

Russian Foreign Minister begins Africa tour

      Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrived in Guinea on the first leg of a three-country African tour aimed at boosting support for Moscow. According to reports by Russian state me-dia, Lavrov is expected to continue his tour in Chad and Burkina Faso. The trip comes as Moscow looks to bolster support from countries on the continent, amidst Russian isolation on the world stage.

todayJune 4, 2024 16

World

Russia FM in Guinea amid Africa influence boost

      Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrived on Monday in Guinea, his ministry said, the first trip by Moscow's top diplomat to the West African country since 2013. Russia, which has seen its relations with the West plummet after it sent troops into Ukraine in 2022, has sought to boost its influence in Africa in recent years. Russia's foreign ministry announced the visit on the Telegram social media […]

todayJune 3, 2024 6

Africa

Burkina Faso extends military rule

Burkina Faso's military government has extended the junta rule for another five years, following the signing of a new charter after national consultations in Ouagadougou. According to the BBC, Captain Ibrahim Traoré, the current ruler, will be allowed to participate in the upcoming presidential election. The military took power in a coup in 2022 and had promised elections by July 2024.

todayMay 28, 2024 4

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