Sudan's military and political parties on Monday signed a two-pronged initial transition deal for a two-year, civilian-led transition toward elections to end a standoff that began after the army took over in October 2021.
A month after a ceasefire agreement was signed to end the two-year conflict in Northern Tigray, at least 65% of Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) fighters have withdrawn from the battle-lines in Ethiopia.
The Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) military on Thursday accused the M23 rebel group of killing 50 civilians in the country's conflict-ridden east, despite a recent ceasefire agreement.
An independent three-person panel, which was appointed by South Africa's National Assembly speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula in September, submitted a report to parliament on Wednesday claiming that Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa "may be guilty of a serious of certain sections of the constitution."
On Wednesday, Angolan Foreign Minister Tete António announced that an agreement had been reached on an "immediate ceasefire" in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
After days of intense negotiations that stretched into the early morning on Sunday, countries at the UN COP27 climate summit in Egypt agreed to establish a compensation fund for developing nations suffering from climate change impacts.
COP27 is expected to last beyond its Friday deadline and into the weekend as negotiations between rich and poor nations over a reparations fund remain undecided. The latest version of the framework released on Friday has been criticized for being lengthy, unclear, and vague.