The United Nations has condemned an attack on its peacekeeping force in the Central African Republic, in which a Rwandan peacekeeper was killed and two others wounded.
The rebel group called Return, Reclamation, Rehabilitation (3R) has been blamed for the attack.
In a statement, the UN Mission in the Central African Republic (Minusca) said the attack in Gedze, in the country's north-west region, violated a peace agreement by the 3R group and its leader Abass Sidiki.
com/UN_CAR/status/1282717127150129153?s=20 UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres, in a statement, expressed condolences to the family of the victim as well as to the Rwandan government.
"The secretary-general recalls that attacks against United Nations peacekeepers may constitute war crimes under international law," the statement noted.
The UN secretary-general also called on state authorities "to spare no effort in identifying the perpetrators of this attack so that they can be brought to justice swiftly".
Numerous rebel groups have been operating in the country since President François Bozizé was overthrown seven years ago.
COM Covid-19 reported at Kenya's largest maternity hospital Forty-one staff members, including health workers, at Kenya's largest maternity hospital in the capital Nairobi have tested positive for coronavirus.
The cases at Pumwani hospital were found after 290 staff members were tested, said Dr Patrick Amoth, the acting health director general.
He added that all those who tested positive were receiving home-based care and none of them required hospitalisation.
Another 100 staff will be tested, he said.
com/citizentvkenya/status/1282968053098184705?s=20 Dr Amoth said Pumwani hospital was safe and that health authorities will give workers all the necessary support.
com/citizentvkenya/status/1282967220461633536?s=20 Kenya has reported more than 10,000 cases of Covid-19 with 197 deaths since it confirmed its first case in mid-March.