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Six aid workers ambushed and killed in South Sudan
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Politics and Society Six aid workers ambushed and killed in South Sudan

Six aid workers were ambushed and killed in South Sudan last week. The aid workers were travelling from the country’s capital, Juba to Pibor. The victims included three South Sudanese and three Kenyans. The U.N says, close to 80 aid workers have been killed in South Sudan since the beginning of the conflict in December 2013. The continued killing of aid workers severely affects the provision of humanitarian assistance to vulnerable people in a country facing famine, and political instability. The attack has continued to draw strong criticism across the world.

7 Civil Wars in Africa We Must Never Forget
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Politics and Society 7 Civil Wars in Africa We Must Never Forget

Several conflicts have rocked various African countries over the years, leading to the death, injury and displacement of millions. There are current cases of political instability across the continent, with violence and unrest raging on in South Sudan, Burundi, and Somalia amongst other insecure countries. Against the backdrop of the unrest in these countries, we revisit seven civil wars in Africa, which we must never forget.

“Stop killing us!”Kenyans protest against extrajudicial executions
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Politics and Society “Stop killing us!”Kenyans protest against extrajudicial executions

What happens when the people who are supposed to protect you turn into your killers? That’s the question many Kenyans are grappling with after a well-regarded lawyer and two other individuals were killed last week. All the evidence points to a corrupt clique of police officers. On Monday there were protests across Kenya against extrajudicial Killings by the police. But many Kenyans say the issue is bigger and point to a culture in which executions have become the new normal