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NAIROBI, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Satellite images show the mobilisation this month of military forces in towns on either side of Ethiopia's northern border with Eritrea, a private U.S. company said on Wednesday. Tigray forces have battled Ethiopia's federal army and its allies, including Eritrean troops and fighters from neighbouring Ethiopian regions, over the course of a nearly two-year war. 1/2 A satellite image shows the mobilization of military forces in the town of Shiraro, Tigray region, Ethiopia, September 26, 2022. Eritrean troops supported the Ethiopean military in earlier phases of the war. Ethiopian government spokesperson Legesse Tulu, military spokesperson Colonel Getnet Adane and the prime minister's spokesperson Billene Seyoum did not immediately respond to requests for comment about the images on Wednesday.
Kenya's former Central Bank Governor Njuguna Ndung'u speaks to Reuters during an interview at his office in Nairobi. File REUTERS/ Antony NjugunaRegister now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterNAIROBI, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Kenyan President William Ruto on Tuesday appointed former central bank governor Njuguna Ndung'u as finance minister to steer the economy through rising inflation, a heavy debt burden and drought. Ruto also appointed a former vice president and deputy prime minister, Musalia Mudavadi, as his chief minister, a newly created post, to coordinate government business. He appointed Alfred Mutua, a former government spokesman and county governor, as minister of foreign affairs, and lawmaker Aden Duale as his defence minister. The tenure of the current central bank governor, Patrick Njoroge, is set to end in June next year.
Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register"Eritrea is deploying its entire army as well as reservists. Eritrean Information Minister Yemane Gebremeskel did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Gizachew Muluneh, spokesperson for the Amhara regional government, also did not immediately respond to a request for comment. On Saturday the Canadian government warned that Eritrea was mobilising armed forces due to the resumption of fighting in Tigray. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterReporting by Nairobi Newsroom; Editing by Andrew Heavens, Alexandra HudsonOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
The percentage of children in Tigray receiving routine vaccines has fallen below 10% this year, data from the Tigray Health Bureau shows, undoing years of government efforts to boost immunisation rates. read moreMEASLES OUTBREAKSHealth Minister Lia Tadesse said vaccines had been provided to Tigray this year and that more were ready to be delivered once conditions allowed. The rate across Ethiopia was 65% in 2021, according to data from the U.N. children's agency UNICEF. Ethiopia's health minister Lia said 860,000 doses of measles vaccines were delivered to Tigray last December and additional doses were delivered on April 2. WFP spokesperson Claire Nevill, however, said the agency was waiting on clearances from Ethiopia's government.
U.S. says it's aware of Eritrean troops in northern Ethiopia
  + stars: | 2022-09-20 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterNAIROBI, Sept 20 (Reuters) - The U.S. special envoy for the Horn of Africa said on Tuesday the United States was aware of Eritrean troops crossing into Ethiopia's Tigray region and condemned it. "We have been tracking Eritrean troops' movement across the border ... and we condemn it," Mike Hammer told reporters in a briefing after a trip to Ethiopia to help facilitate African Union-led peace talks between the Ethiopian government and Tigrayan forces. "All external foreign actors should respect Ethiopia's territorial integrity and avoid fuelling the conflict," he said. Eritrean Information Minister Yemane Gebremeskel did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterReporting by Giulia Paravicini; Editing by Aaron Ross and Mark HeinrichOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
REUTERS/James Akena/FilesKAMPALA, Sept 20 (Reuters) - An outbreak of Ebola has been declared in Uganda after health authorities confirmed a case of the relatively rare Sudan strain, the health ministry and World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday. "Uganda is no stranger to effective Ebola control. The WHO said there had been seven previous outbreaks of the Ebola Sudan strain, four in Uganda and three in Sudan. It said Uganda last reported an outbreak of Ebola Sudan strain in 2012 and an outbreak of the Ebola Zaire strain in 2019. Another vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) may be effective but has yet to be specifically tested against the Sudan strain, it added.
Lagos, Nigeria CNN —The death of Queen Elizabeth II has prompted an outpouring of reflection and reaction online. Among the worst atrocities under British rule occurred during the Mau Mau uprising, which started in 1952 – the year Queen Elizabeth took the throne. Queen Elizabeth II on her way to the Kumasi Durbah with Kwame Nkrumah, President of Ghana, during her tour of Ghana, November 1961. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip wave to a crowd of schoolchildren at a rally held at a racecourse in Ibadan, Nigeria, February 15, 1956. Queen Elizabeth II dances with President Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, during her visit to Accra, Ghana, in 1961.
CNN —Irene Gakwa’s last WhatsApp video call with her parents was filled with gentle ribbing. After Gakwa’s brothers could not reach her, they looked through her phone records and called a close friend she’d talked to numerous times. A group formed to help find Irene Gakwa prepares to post signs seeking information about the missing woman in Gillette, Wyoming, on June 18. Lacey Ayers talks to Stacy Koester, left, and Melissa Bloxom as they place signs with an image of Irene Gakwa in a yard in Gillette, Wyoming. Gakwa and Hightman eventually moved in together in Meridian, and she started nursing school at College of Western Idaho.
(CNN) William Ruto has emerged the winner of a tense and fiercely fought contest for Kenya's presidency, but who is the man who will lead east Africa's largest economy? Ruto, who has served as deputy president since 2013, pulled off a stunning defeat against his chief opponent, veteran politician Raila Odinga. "There were predictions that we won't get here, but ... we are here," Ruto declared in his victory speech on Monday. Odinga later doubled down, saying on Tuesday that, in his coalition's view, "there is neither a legally and validly declared winner nor a president-elect." Supporters of William Ruto, Kenya's President elect, celebrate in Eldoret on August 15, 2022.
Lamu, Kenya (CNN) Just before sunset, Umra Omar boards a speedboat that will take her around the historic Lamu channel for meetings with voters. She is among a record number of women running for office in Kenya's August 9 general election. She says she is running for office as a natural progression after seven years of providing "band-aid solutions" for poor healthcare. 'Kenya is ready for women at all levels'If opposition leader Raila Odinga wins, Kenya could have its first female deputy president in 64-year-old Martha Karua. So that question is in itself discriminatory," the former Kenyan justice minister tells CNN.
Kenya: Drought and soaring grain prices fuel insecurity
  + stars: | 2022-08-02 | by ( Sam Kiley | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +8 min
Just as in west Africa, Kenya's problems are being deepened by climate change. A malnourished child being measured in Ileret, northern Kenya. Members of Akuagok's tribe, the Daasanach, crowded around her shouting their own stories of loss -- loss of friends to illness perhaps caused by hunger, loss of animals, and how now, even when they make a very little cash, it's never enough to get by. A mother feeding her malnourished child in Ileret, northern Kenya. The combination of drought, soaring food and fuel prices due to a distant war, a burgeoning population, and civil wars on Kenya's doorstep is an incendiary mix.
When Lesein Mutunkei scores a goal, he plants 11 trees – one to represent each player on his team. That same year, Mutunkei started Trees4Goals to mobilize young athletes in his region to take up his pledge of planting trees every time they score. He leads into a football game, and ends with a tree planting session. “It was almost a race to plant the trees,” Mutunkei said. Mutunkei receives messages from young athletes across the globe, saying they read his story and took up the challenge of Trees4Goals.
Daniel Motaung was a Facebook graphic content moderator from South Africa who worked through an outsourcing company Sama. I was quickly on the journey of a lifetime to work as a Facebook content moderator in Nairobi, Kenya. We're trying to make Facebook safer — at the expense of our mental healthThe job of content moderators is to try to make Facebook safe for everyone who uses it. While better, this does little to improve our actual living conditions. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, Sama, and other profiteering capitalists in this industry will not be absolved by history.
Sursa foto: ProfimediaCare sunt orașele lumii cu cel mai redus nivel de stres în 2021; Egalitatea de gen, salariile, printre criteriile studiuluiReykjavik din Islanda, Berna din Elveția și Helsinki din Finlada sunt orașele lumii cu cel mai redus nivel de stres în 2021. Pentru acest studiu au fost analizați 15 indicatori de stres, între care siguranța, rata șomajului, vremea, egalitatea de gen și accesul la asistență medicală. Capitala Islandei a obținut un punctaj excelent, mai ales la capitolele egalitate de gen și poluare fonică și a aerului. În top 10 mai sunt și Wellington - capitala Noii Zeelande, metropola australiană Melbourne, Oslo și Copenhaga - capitalele Norvegiei și Danemarcei, orașele austriece Innsbruck și Graz și Hanovra, din Germania. La polul opus, orașele cu cel mai ridicat nivel de stres sunt Mumbai și New Delhi din India, Lagos din Nigeria, Manila din Filipine, Baghdad din Iraq, Kabul din Afghanistan.
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Kenya şi oamenii săi păreau complet izolaţi de orice experienţă la care mă puteam raporta. Triburi, palmieri, colonialism: pe lângă fusul orar – care e acelaşi – Kenya şi Moldova nu au prea multe în comun. O mare parte dintr-un spectacol de artista kenyană Sitawa Namwalie se vorbeşte anume despre relaţiile dintre oamenii de aici. Dilema între „adevărul istoric” și „mâna ocupanţilor”La fel de mult ca arta locală m-a ajutat să înţeleg relaţiile între triburile din Kenya cunoaşterea realităţilor politice din Moldova. De fapt, dilema între „adevărul istoric” și „mâna ocupanţilor”, resuscitată în recentele alegeri locale, diferă superficial de discursul „tribul nostru vs. tribul vostru” în Kenya.
Persons: Corina Ajder, Corina, E.O, Wilson Organizations: Universitatea Central Europeană, International Crisis Group Locations: Budapesta, Ungaria, Nairobi, Kenya, Republica Moldova, ambiţios, Moldova, convieţuiesc
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