Zimbabwe mulls first mass elephant killing in decades | Business and Economy News | Al Jazeera

Zimbabwe mulls first mass elephant killing in decades | Business and Economy News | Al Jazeera

Zimbabwe is considering the mass killing of elephants, known as culling, for the first time since 1988 to reduce the 100,000 strong population of the animals. The government of Zimbabwe, which has the world’s second-largest population of elephants after neighboring...
Ethiopia replaces head of interim gov’t in war-wracked Tigray | Conflict News | Al Jazeera

Ethiopia replaces head of interim gov’t in war-wracked Tigray | Conflict News | Al Jazeera

Ethiopia’s federal government has replaced the head of the interim administration of Tigray, a region racked by more than six months of catastrophic conflict. Mulu Nega had held the position since November, shortly after Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced a...
Kidnappers free 29 students abducted in Nigeria’s Kaduna state | Nigeria News | Al Jazeera

Kidnappers free 29 students abducted in Nigeria’s Kaduna state | Nigeria News | Al Jazeera

Kidnappers have released the remaining 29 students they were holding captive, nearly two months after abducting them from a forestry college in Nigeria’s Kaduna state. “The Kaduna State Police Command has reported to the Kaduna State Government, the release of the...
Libya’s PM ‘hopeful’ foreign mercenaries will withdraw soon | Conflict News | Al Jazeera

Libya’s PM ‘hopeful’ foreign mercenaries will withdraw soon | Conflict News | Al Jazeera

The head of Libya’s unity government has told Al Jazeera he is hopeful that thousands of foreign mercenaries will soon withdraw from the country. Libya’s Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah said in an interview with Al Jazeera, to be screened on Wednesday, that...
Education Cannot Wait Enhances Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for Crisis-affected Children and Youth in the Middle East and North Africa

Education Cannot Wait Enhances Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for Crisis-affected Children and Youth in the Middle East and North Africa

By External SourceNEW YORK, May 5 2021 (IPS-Partners) Approximately 100 million children are out of school in the Middle East and North Africa as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, armed conflicts and protracted crises. To provide these girls and boys with the mental...
French journalist kidnapped in Mali pleads for help in video | Mali News | Al Jazeera

French journalist kidnapped in Mali pleads for help in video | Mali News | Al Jazeera

A French journalist kidnapped by rebels in Mali’s northern city of Gao last month has appeared in a video appealing to French authorities to do everything they can to free him. “I’m Olivier Dubois. I’m French. I’m a journalist. I was kidnapped in Gao on April 8 by the...
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