Gulf Times - ethnic-violence
More than 20 dead, many displaced after violence in Sudan's West Darfur

More than 20 dead, many displaced after violence in Sudan's West Darfur

At least 24 people were confirmed killed after a camp for internally displaced people was attacked in Sudan's West Darfur

Nearly 100 killed, 19 missing in central Mali village massacre

Nearly 100 killed, 19 missing in central Mali village massacre

Nearly 100 people were killed in a gruesome overnight attack on a village in central Mali, in the latest violence to strike the fragile region, officials said Monday.

13 dead in Burkina Faso after suspected terrorist attack

13 dead in Burkina Faso after suspected terrorist attack

Thirteen people died when suspected jihadists attacked a village in central-northern Burkina Faso, triggering a deadly bout of ethnic violence, local sources and a security official said on Wednesday.

At least 40 killed by paramilitaries in eastern Ethiopia

At least 40 killed by paramilitaries in eastern Ethiopia

At least 40 people were killed by paramilitary forces in eastern Ethiopia over the weekend, in the latest spate of violence driven by ethnic divisions, a senior regional official said on Monday.

Internet in eastern Ethiopia shut down after regional violence

Internet in eastern Ethiopia shut down after regional violence

Authorities have shut off Internet access in eastern Ethiopia amid an outbreak of violence there, residents said on Wednesday, a sign of the challenges facing reformist Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in containing ethnic tensions in parts of the country.

Bangladesh treats Rohingyas for bullet, machete wounds

Bangladesh treats Rohingyas for bullet, machete wounds

About 422,000 refugees from the stateless Muslim minority have fled Myanmar's westernmost Rakhine State since August 25, overwhelming camps along the border ill-prepared for an influx of desperate civilians.

Foreign issuers inject life into weak primary dim sum market

Foreign issuers inject life into weak primary dim sum market

Foreign issuers are increasingly tapping the offshore yuan bond market, filling some of the gap left by the many Chinese names that have moved back to the mainland to raise funds more cheaply.