Walk For Weeks, Cross the River and Wait … as Government Planes Watch Overhead
More than a million refugees have fled to Uganda to escape the grinding civil war pitting the majority Dinka against the minority Nuer in South Sudan. Photographer Rita Kabalan visited a refugee community in June 2017. At top — a South Sudanese refugee waits for a bus at the... Read more
Al Shabab Refines Militant Tactics as Dozens of Peacekeepers Die
In the early morning hours of Sept. 1, 2015, an Al Shabab suicide bomber rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into an African Union peacekeeping fort near Janale, about 50 miles southwest of Mogadishu. The blast blew open a hole. Within moments, dozens of Al Shabab fighters poured through the gap and overran the... Read more

Peter Dörrie

Africa Correspondent

Journalist specialising in security politics on the African continent.

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