Dirty Dogs And Filth: Shocking Hate Speech Kicks Up More Trouble In Burundi

Among the targets of violent threats has been former president Domitien Ndayizeye after he spoke out against the ruling party’s youth wing’s call for female opposition supporters to be raped or even killed.

Sudan’s Bashir Is Sickly And His Regime’s Capacity To Govern Is Weakening, But The Opposition Remains Even Weaker

The Sudanese leader pledged in February last year that he would step down in 2020, but similar pledges were made in 2010 and 2014 – and he went back on his word.

What South Sudan Needs: There’s Famine, Yes, But More People Still Die From Bullets Than Starvation

4.1 in 10,000 people starved to death per day across South Sudan’s Mayendit county – which is about 10 times the average global death rate