Archive for: June 3rd, 2017
Monrovia – Cllr. Jerome Verdier, the former head of Liberia’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission says the search for justice will prevail following the confirmation Friday that the Metropolitan Police Service in the United Kingdom had finally charged Agnes Taylor, the wife of former Liberian President Charles Taylor with torture for her alleged involvement with atrocities committed by her former husband’s rebel group, the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL), during the first Liberian Civil War. Read more →
Addis Ababa – Activists and residents say Ethiopia has shut down internet access across the country amid fear of leaks during school exams.
The cut that began on Tuesday has affected the entire East African country except a few offices inside the African Union and United Nations.
Some Ethiopians abroad are expressing anger, saying they are not able to communicate with loved ones back home.
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