The UN's World Food Programme warned on Sunday that refugees in East and West Africa faced smaller food rations due to a surge in demand and insufficient funding.
UN warns African refugees face food cuts due to inadequate funds
Hundreds of people demonstrated in Tunis on Sunday in a second day of protest against a constitutional referendum called by President Kais Saied that his opponents say would cement his hold on power.
New protest held in Tunis against president's plan for Constitution
Tribal clashes over the past week in Sudan’s war-ravaged Darfur have killed around 100 people, the U.N. refugee agency and a tribal elder said Monday, the latest surge in violence in the restive region.
U.N.: Week of tribal clashes in Sudan’s Darfur kills 100
Gunmen killed at least 21 people, including children, in an attack on a Catholic church in southwest Nigeria on Sunday, local officials said, in violence that drew widespread international condemnation.
Gun attack on church in southwest Nigeria leaves 21 dead
Over 500 civilians died in attacks carried out by armed forces and extremist groups in Mali from January to March this year, the United Nations said in a report that detailed a rapid unravelling of an already desperate security situation.
UN: Over 500 killed in Mali clashes as military junta loses grip
A Tunisian court imposed a travel ban on the speaker of the country's now-dissolved parliament, a court spokeswoman said.
Tunisian judge issues travel ban against Ennahda party leader
Tunisia's powerful labour union said it would hold a national strike over wages and the economy after refusing to take part in a limited dialogue proposed by the president as he rewrites the constitution.
Tunisian union calls national strike, rejects president's dialogue
Tunisia's political parties pledged to fight President Kais Saied's decision to exclude them from key political reforms including the drafting of a new Constitution, accusing him of seeking to consolidate autocratic rule.
Tunisian parties vow to fight president’s ‘autocratic rule’
The U.N. is warning that 18 million people in Africa’s Sahel region face severe hunger in the next three months, citing the impacts of Russia’s war in Ukraine, the coronavirus pandemic, climate-induced shocks and rising costs.
U.N.: 18 million facing severe hunger in West Africa’s Sahel

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