In Addis Ababa, humanitarian issues are not a focal point at the African Union Summit. However, a number of crises across the continent have had a significant humanitarian impact.
In the spirit of compromise, African Union Commission Chairperson Jean Ping of Gabon is likely to retain his position for another six months, but he will not be able to run again, according to ...
Tunisia’s President Moncef Marzouki said on Sunday that he understands the frustrations of the Tunisian people concerning the chronic unemployment that is gripping the newly-democratic ...
The year 2011 was a year of trials and tribulations marked by many political and humanitarian crises, said African Union Chairman Jean Ping as he opened the African Union high-level summit of ...
The African Union has asked the UN Security Council to allow its Amisom peacekeeping mission in Somalia to be boosted to 17,000 troops.
The African Union is confident that the United Nations will soon rubber stamp its proposed boosting of its force in Somalia to 17,000 troops.
Gambian President Yahya Jammeh has pulled out of the race for the presidency of the African Union’s Assembly, Gambia’s foreign minister told RFI on Thursday.
As the African Union summit kicks off in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the battle for the top job at the regional bloc is the hot topic on the lips of delegates.
African Union (AU) Commission chairperson Jean Ping defended the African Union’s position on Libya during his address to African foreign ministers at the AU summit meeting on Thursday.
African Union chief Jean Ping arrrived in Guinea-Bissau on Wednesday two days after the army chief claimed to have foiled a coup attempt by the head of the navy.