(STL.News) In tonight’s edition: UN leaders allege possible crimes against humanity in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, including Eritrean troops, as they urged a pullout by the neighboring country, which denies involvement. The UN also warned of potentially catastrophic hunger as it pleaded for urgent humanitarian access. And as Ivory Coast gears up towards legislative elections, dozens of opposition party members and activists remain behind bars. Finally, we take you to Congo-Brazzaville, where despite living in a country with vast natural resources, many people still live without electricity.
(STL.News) Estimates suggest that more than half of the world’s population will face challenges in accessing water by 2050. Monday is World Water Day, a global event that advocates for the sustainable management of water […]
(STL.News) In an interview with FRANCE 24, Amrullah Saleh, the first vice president of #Afghanistan?, said that the #Taliban? had breached their commitments under the landmark deal agreed with the #US? last year. He also […]
(STL.News) Dozens of people have been killed in the latest ethnically-driven massacre in Western #Ethiopia?, in the state of #Benishangul?-#Gumuz?. Similar violence has sparked across the country in the midst of Prime Minister Abyi Ahmed’s […]