UN Investigators Skeptical of Reform Promises by New Burundi President

The U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Burundi is doubting that promises of reform made by Burundi’s newly-elected president will result in hoped-for improvements in the country’s human rights situation. The commission has submitted its report on prevailing conditions in the country to the U.N. Human Rights Council. The three-member panel welcomes promises of political reconciliation, […]

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War Crimes Trial Begins Against Malian Jihadist

The ex-chief of Timbuktu’s Islamic police went on trial Tuesday in The Hague for a number of alleged war crimes and crimes against humanities charges including rape, sexual slavery and destroying irreplaceable shrines in the ancient Malian city. Wearing a flowing blue gown and white headdress — and a face mask pushed below his nose […]

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Militia Fires on Darfurians Demanding Better Security

A group of armed men killed 10 people and injured 17 others in the Fataborno village of Sudan’s Northern Darfur state on Monday, according to local residents. Witnesses told VOA’s South Sudan in Focus program that a group of militia loyal to ousted President Omar al Bashir opened fire on hundreds of people who had gathered at a sit-in to call for increased security. Resident Suwar Adam Ali, 27,  said he saw gunmen attack three locations, including […]

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TECNO rejoint le programme de prévisualisation pour développeurs Android 11 et publie sa mise à jour du Pouvoir 4

HONG KONG, 14 juillet 2020 /PRNewswire/ — La marque mondiale de premier plan de téléphones mobiles TECNO Mobile (www.TECNO-Mobile.com) a annoncé que son dernier téléphone intelligent, le Pouvoir 4, a adopté de manière anticipée la mise à niveau du système d’exploitation vers la version Android 11 bêta 1 le 10 juillet. En tant que participant au programme de prévisualisation pour développeurs […]

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