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Ghana: Pneumococcal Meningitis Outbreak - 100 Dead

The Ghanaian Ministry of Health has reported an outbreak of pneumococcal meningitis with a total of 100 deaths. All regions have been affected apart from the central region of Ghana. See the Ministry’s website for more information.

Mauritius: Torrential Rain Closes Schools, Offices And British High Commission

Mauritius is experiencing torrential rain today the 10 February 2016. The Government has closed all schools, offices and the British High Commission due localised flooding in Port Louis. The cyclone season in Mauritius normally runs from November to May. You can monitor weather updates from the Mauritius Meteorological Services or the Severe Weather Information Centre.

Fighting In Eastern DRC Forces Thousands To Flee

More than three years after a major rebel offensive was defeated by UN and government forces in Democratic Republic of the Congo's North Kivu province, the area remains extremely volatile and producing displacement.

UNHCR Warns Against Horn Of Africa Sea Crossings

Despite the ongoing conflict in Yemen, thousands of Ethiopians and Somalis are continuing to make a perilous sea crossing, which has already claimed at least three dozen lives this year, the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, has warned.

Kenya: Current Travel Advice Featured

117,000 British residents visited Kenya in 2014. Following attacks by Al-Shabaab on Kenyan troops in Somalia 15 January 2016, Kenyan government reiterated the threat posed by terrorists to Kenyan interests
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