After walking for two months, these young men arrived in Djibouti to try for Yemen and Saudi Arabia. (IRIN)

112 Perish In Deadliest Shipwreck Of Year, As Tunisia Becomes New Hotspot For African Migrants

Off the Horn of Africa, another migrant boat disaster on the perilous route to Yemen and the Gulf states from Somalia early in the month cost at least 60 lives

A moment of joy in a bleak Mogadishu IDP camp. (Photo/Tobin Jones/AU UN IST).

Millions In Peril: Somalia’s Climate Change Refugees Hang By The Thread In Mogadishu

In December last year, bulldozers demolished homes and schools in 21 IDP settlements on the outskirts of Mogadishu, forcing more than 5,000 families to flee further from the city some to al-Shabaab-controlled areas

Inside a cholera treatment centre in Somalia. (Photo/Amunga Eshuchi/Flickr).

12 Countries, 1,730 Deaths: Africa’s All Too Preventable Cholera Crisis

But by far the worst-affected countries have been Somalia and South Sudan. Zambia, lies in the middle of a range of countries caught in the surge of cases, from struggling Mozambique to relatively prosperous Kenya.

A soldier in France's Barkhane operation in Mali. (Photo/Fred Marie/Flickr).

Africa’s Insecurity Is Leading To A Growing Foreign Military Presence: Time To Ring The Alarm Bells?

There are just too many foreign military actors on the continent busy executing their own agendas.