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Media sweep for Eastern Africa, 13 October 2016

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Eastern Africa , 13 October 2016
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Media Sweep for Eastern Africa - OCHA ROSEA
Eastern Africa | 13 October 2016

The report below constitutes a compilation of current media reports impacting the humanitarian situation in countries under the UNOCHA eastern Africa coverage. The views expressed herein are attributable only to the original source and may not in any circumstance be regarded as stating an official position of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) or the United Nations. 

Ethiopia withdraws from Somalia el-Ali in Hiran region
Nazret, 11 October
Ethiopian troops fighting militant Islamist group al-Shabab have withdrawn from a key military base in central Somalia’s Hiran region, residents say. Al-Shabab fighters have taken control of el-Ali village following the withdrawal, the residents added.
Kenya MPs propose sanctions, asset freeze on S.Sudan leaders
Capital News, 12 October
Two parliamentary committees want Kenya and the East Africa Community at large to consider imposing sanctions on South Sudan’s leaders if they fail to cooperate in a proposed unity government to end a bloody conflict.
UNMISS Statement on Increased Incidents of Violence in South Sudan
Relief Web, 12 October
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan is extremely concerned over increased reports of violence and armed conflict in various parts of the country in the last few weeks. UNMISS Force in Leer town have reported heavy artillery and gunfire exchanges between SPLA and SPLA in Opposition leading to several reported deaths and the continued displacement of the civilian population in the area into the bush and swamps.
South Sudan's rebel leader heads to South Africa: Spokesman
Associated Press, 12 October
A spokesman says South Sudan's exiled rebel leader Riek Machar is traveling to South Africa but will not seek political asylum there.
Burundi parliament votes overwhelmingly to leave International Criminal Court
Reuters, 12 October
Burundi's parliament voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, a move no other country has taken despite complaints from Africa that the court disproportionately targets the continent.
UN urges Burundi to restore ties with rights office
AFP, 12 October
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday urged Burundi to reverse its decision to break ties with the UN rights office following a report warning of a risk of genocide. The United Nations also reminded Bujumbura that it must still cooperate with ongoing investigations of the International Criminal Court (ICC) despite its decision to pull out of the treaty setting up the world court.
ECHO Factsheet - Burundi Crisis – October 2016
Relief Web, 12 October
Facts & Figures

  • Over 295 000 Burundian refugees in neighbouring countries since April 2015:
  • 157 700 in Tanzania
  • 81 500 in Rwanda
  • 28 500 in DRC
  • 28 200 in Uganda (as of 1st January 2015) (source: UNHCR)
  • 61 000 internally displaced people in Burundi (source: IOM)
  • Burundi ranks 184th out of 187 in the UN’s Human Development Index
  • Child mortality: 104/1000 or 12th highest in the world (UNICEF)
Eritreans face ‘real danger’ on return
Relief Web, 11 October
Eritreans face ‘real danger’ on return
A court has ruled that Eritreans who have fled the country face real danger on return. The ruling directly contradicts the UK Government’s view that many Eritreans arriving in the UK are not in need of international protection.
HRW Urges Europe to Take Strong Action Against Ethiopia
VOA News, 12 October
At a European Parliament subcommittee meeting on human rights and development, Human Rights Watch called on the European Union and international community to take strong action against Ethiopia.
Ethiopia: EU MPs express concern, US wants details of curfew
Africa News, 12 October
Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have criticize the European Union’s (EU) policy vis-à-vis Ethiopia arguing it is “falling a long way behind its own standards regarding human rights”.
Ethiopian Immigrants Protest Gates Foundation Funding Of Projects In Ethiopia
KNKX FM, 11 October
Ethiopian immigrants marched through downtown Seattle Tuesday afternoon to protest the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funding of projects in Ethiopia. Protesters say humanitarian aid going to Ethiopia is being used to support a brutal regime.
Kenya threatens to sanction Juba leaders over civil unrest
Citizen News, 12 October
Kenya might impose sanctions against South Sudan leaders who are frustrating the recently signed peace deal in the Africa’s newest nation.
Garissa massacre case hits snag after suspect found unfit for trial
The Star, 12 October
The trial of a suspect in the Garissa university al Shabaab attack that killed 147 students failed to take off on Wednesday. This was after after Tanzanian national Rashid Mberesero was declared mentally ill, therefore unfit to stand trial. State counsel Eddie Kaddebe produced a letter from Mathari mental hospital showing that the accused needed to continue with his treatment.
Rwandan academic extradited from US charged with genocide
Associated Press, 12 October
A Rwandan official says an academic extradited from the United States last month has been charged with multiple offenses related to his alleged role in the 1994 genocide. Faustin Nkusi, a spokesman for the public prosecutor, said Wednesday that Leopold Munyakazi was charged Tuesday in the capital, Kigali.
Rape, militia and health fears mean Somali refugees want to stay in Kenya: charity
Reuters, 12 October
More than eight out of 10 Somalis living in the world's largest refugee camp, which Kenya plans to close by November, are unwilling to return home, fearing rape, forced recruitment into militias and lack of medical care, a charity said on Wednesday.
Somalia: Puntland leader re-nominate upper house candidates
Garowe Online, 13 October
President of Somalia’s semi-autonomous region of Puntland is expected to re-nominate Upper House candidates in the coming days following rejection of Federal electoral body to the original list,Garowe Online reports.
Riek Machar leaves Khartoum for 'medical tests' in South Africa
Africa  News, 12 October
The former rebel leader of South Sudan Riek Machar left Khartoum Wednesday where he lives in exile since he fled Juba after heavy fighting in July, saying he was travelling to South Africa for “medical examinations”.
S. Sudan threatens internet shutdown over Kiir’s health rumour
Sudan Tribune, 12 October
South Sudan government said Wednesday that it would be forced to disconnect social media and other online mainstream media for circulating "false information" on the president’s health status. The information minister, Michael Makuei Lueth accused young South Sudanese of “misusing” social media and that authorities will soon take action.
Former detainees call for modification of South Sudan peace deal
Sudan Tribune, 12 October
A group of South Sudanese politicians has issued a statement calling on the regional bloc and guarantors of the August 2015 peace agreement in the country to urgently convene a roundtable to discuss a way forward to put to a stop the rising security situation, which they said, resulting from lack of confidence in implementing the peace deal.
South Sudan denies coup plot against President Kiir
Sudan Tribune, 12 October
South Sudanese government has dismissed as wild rumours reports that there was a conspiracy to take over power from President Salva Kiir by a group comprising politicians, military officers and tribal leaders in the capital, Juba.
UN: South Sudan unrest rises amid Kiir's death rumours
Al Jazeera, 12 October
Conflict increasing throughout the country as government dismisses reports of President Silva Kiir's death.
South Sudan: Humanitarian access situation snapshot - September 2016
Relief Web, 6 October
In September 2016, 81 humanitarian access incidents were reported in South Sudan. This represents a slight decrease in the number of incidents reported in August (89), but is above the average number of monthly incidents reported in 2016 to date (71).
Sudan: Displaced children return to school in north Darfur
OCHA, 12 October
... Nearly 5,000 children were registered within just three days of the start of school enrollments, but this number is likely to increase, creating the need for additional classrooms.
Sudan government and opposition differ over national dialogue outcomes
Radio Tamazuj, 12 October
Sudan’s government and opposition have portrayed vastly different interpretations of the national dialogue in Khartoum, which questions its overall effectiveness. The National Dialogue process has been an attempt by President Omar al Bashir to bring together the government and opposition parties in the country.
Calls to amend parliament’s rules to incorporate Sudan dialogue outcome
Sudan Tribune, 12 October
Sudan’s dialogue coordination body known as 7+7 has said the implementation of the dialogue outcome requires the national legislators to amend the parliament’s rules of procedure to approve laws and legislations by consensual agreement.
Darfur IDP’s complain about drug abuse inside Zam Zam camp
Sudan Tribune, 12 October
Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of Zam Zam camp, 7 km south of El-Fasher, capital of North Darfur have complained about prevalence of drug and substance abuse among the students and young people in the overcrowded camp.
Sudan may prove the exception to the rule on chemical warfare in Africa
Mail &Guardian, 12 October
Africa is a leading continent in stopping chemical warfare – so what’s happening in Sudan? The African continent is a key player in the global fight against chemical warfare. But the recent Amnesty International report into the alleged use of chemical weapons in Sudan makes for difficult reading.
WFP Tanzania: Burundian Refugees External Situation Report #46, 12 October 2016
Relief Web, 12 October
In Numbers
237,929 people affected
3 districts affected
167,202 post Burundian influx
237,929 people in need of food assistance
  • WFP has mounted a funding appeal to address a critical shortfall in funding as a result of an increasing influx in refugees.
  • DFID contributed GBP 1 million in response to the appeal which helped delay ration reductions for one month from October to November 2016. Ration reductions will begin in November unless additional funding is forthcoming. A full pipeline break is expected in January 2017.
Tanzania: How Stigma Takes Toll On Elderly and Disabled
The Citizen, 12 October
A new report has revealed that stigma and discrimination are creating serious health and safety concerns for the elderly and the disabled.
Ugandan President to Meet Student Who Invented Homemade Teargas
Face to Face Africa, 12 October
Ugandan President Yoweri Musuveni has agreed to meet Samuel Mugarura, a student at Makerere University who invented a teargas canister made from common household kitchen ingredients like sugar, salt, and food coloring.
Ugandan Driver Injured, Bus Burnt in South Sudan Ambush
The Observer, 12 October
One person was injured during an ambush on three Kampala-bound buses from South Sudan yesterday
S Sudanese gunmen ambush Uganda-bound buses
eNCA, 12 October
A Ugandan bus driver has been admitted to hospital in the South Sudan capital, Juba, after he was shot by armed gunmen when they ambushed three Kampala-bound buses. ... the attackers, armed with rocket-propelled grenades and other heavy weaponry, laid the ambush at a junction in Jebelen, about 120km from Juba on Monday morning.

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