The feed for afriquenligne in the big, big batch of widget-based RSS feeds of news from Africa has been changed/corrected to reflect a newer/alternate one (which may still be in the process of being worked on)--while the feed for Blog Africa has been removed, as it apparently has been discontinued, and the feed for Mvemba Phezo Dizolele's blog has been added.
Also, check out separate UK "Guardian" and "Los Angeles Times" features from over the past week concerning Ethiopia's Ogaden region. In addition, the three most-recent "Voices on Genocide Prevention" podcasts (featuring interviews with the aforementioned Mr. Dizolele, HRW's Alison des Forges, and Enough's Rebecca Feeley) have all been about DR Congo.
Furthermore, see newer Reuters ("Death toll from Mogadishu market blasts hits 17" and "Somali Islamists seize town, kill at least 12"), Garowe Online, "New York Times" ("At Least 10 Killed as Somali Troops Shell a Market Used as an Insurgent Base" and "Somali Town Falls to Insurgent Raid"), AFP ("Mogadishu clashes toll hits 16: hospital" and "Islamists seize central Somali town, 11 killed: residents"), DPA, UN News Service, and AP ("Somali Islamists Take Control of Town", "Four Somalis killed in latest fighting", and "Aid Group Criticizes US on Somalia") stories specifically concerning Saturday's fighting in Mogadishu and/or fresh fighting on Monday, plus a semi-related new VOA feature (with the second stories from both Reuters and the "New York Times" plus the ones from AFP, DPA, the UN News Service, the AP, and VOA added [and the previously linked-to Press TV story removed, due to the fact that there's an overwhelming number of separate, related reports on its site] on Monday, and with the third, newest AP story primarily about a new Refugees International report). (Updated a couple of times, on both Sunday and Monday, to also note newer "Inner City Press" and Kenya "Nation"/Uganda "Monitor" reports concerning the allegations of kidnappings by LRA rebels in CAR mentioned in the previous post.) - EJM