A Tuesday statement from the al-Shabab militia said Save the Children distributed 4,470 cartons of expired porridge to children, was corrupt and offered bribes.
Save the Children officials were not immediately available for comment.
Experts say the expulsions of aid agencies contributed to a famine in the group’s strongholds from July to January in which tens of thousands of people died.
The South African Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that Foreign Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane reached an agreement to exchange diplomats with her Somali counterpart in that country’s transitional government.
It said only peace negotiations between all Somali armed groups could restore constitutional law after more than two decades of civil war.
The statement said South Africa is ready to share experiences of its own history in ending apartheid-era rule and building a new constitution.
Former ruling party dissolved: Chief registrar
LUSAKA — Zambia’s former ruling Movement for Multiparty Democracy has been dissolved for failing to pay registration fees, which could see it stripped of its parliamentary seats, the chief registrar said Wednesday.View Entire Story
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