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Rwanda's Kagame visits troops in Mozambique, confirms mission on course
Rwandan President Paul Kagame visited the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado to reaffirm the importance of collaboration between the two countries.
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Car spinning motor sport resumes in South Africa
Hundreds gather to watch as a car spinning tournament resumes near Johannesburg in South Africa.
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Suicide car bomb attack claims at least 7 lives in Mogadishu
A car bomb exploded at a checkpoint near Somalia's presidential palace Saturday, killing eight people, police said, as the Al-Shabaab jihadist group claimed responsibility for the attack.
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Libyans protest no-confidence vote against the unity government
Thousands of people gathered in Libya's capital Tripoli on Friday to protest a parliamentary no-confidence vote against the unity government earlier this week, three months ahead of planned elections.
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South Africa vaccine train takes doses to remote areas
Medical workers in South Africa have now taken their jobs aboard trains to get more people for the Covid 19 vaccination.
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Mali to face Nigeria in the Women's Afro Basket 2021 final
Mali to face Nigeria on Sunday in the Women's Afro Basket 2021 final READ MORE : africanews.com/2021/09/25/mali-to-face-nigeria-in-the-women-s-afro-basket-2021-final Subscribe on our
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Kenyan youths protest climate change
Dozens of climate activists took to the streets of the western Kenyan city of Kisumu on Friday, joining rallies around the world in demanding leaders take stronger action to curb climate change.
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Uganda: an electric anti-poaching initiative succeeds in preserving wildlife
A low solar-powered electric fence separates wild animals and crops in Rubirizi district, western Uganda, where the Queen Elizabeth National Park lies.
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Oldest bone tools for clothesmaking found in Morocco
The discovery could help answer questions on the origins of modern human behavior, said El Hajraoui, a researcher at the National Institute of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (INSAP) READ MORE
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WHO says Covid-19 third wave easing in Africa
But the agency warned that fresh increases in infections should be expected in the coming months READ MORE : africanews.com/2021/09/24/who-says-covid-19-third-wave-easing-in-africa
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Anthony Joshua: I will knock out Usyk and I'd fight King Kong if I could
"Let's keep it real, right! People are out to see knockouts, you know, and I want to deliver for these people. We want to go to there and put on a clinical boxing match.
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Nigeria arrests members of kidnapping gang
Three people suspected of abducting more than 100 students from a school in Kaduna state two months ago have been arrested, police said Thursday night READ MORE
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Malian authorities ready to create war college
No date or location has yet been given, but the cost of the future War College is estimated at more than 2.5 billion CFA francs (4.5million US dollars).
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A medieval scroll in the Israel Museum
A unique medieval scroll is going on display for the first time in Jerusalem at the Israel Museum READ MORE : africanews.com/2021/09/23/a-medieval-scroll-in-the-israel-museum
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Tunisia's parliament speaker urges 'peaceful struggle' against president's moves
The speaker of Tunisia's parliament Rached Ghannouchi called Thursday for "peaceful struggle" against a return to "absolute one-man rule" READ MORE
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South africa urged to prioritize vaccination of undocumented migrants
undocumented african migrants reported no fair access to the Covid-19 vaccination jab READ MORE
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"Africa is a priority for the U.S." (Marissa Scott)
US President Joe Biden gave his 1st speech at the UN a few days ago.
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African countries unite to build resilient food systems {Business Africa}
African countries unite to build resilient food systems as the Covid-19 pandemic worsens the hunger situation on the continent while African cuisine is making headway in Europe.
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Rwanda wins bid to host the 2025 World Cycling Championships
This will be the first time the event is being held in an African country.
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South africa mourns newly elected johannesburg mayor Jolidee Matongo
According to local authorities, the car crash on Saturday included a pedestrian who ran into the road before Matongo's vehicle tried to avoid him.
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Mali: Thousands denounce France at pro-army rally
Paris has warned Mali's junta against inviting Russian private security group Wagner to deploy in the country READ MORE
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Libya's Haftar, field marshal with eye on presidency
Libya's eastern strongman Khalifa Haftar said Wednesday he was suspending his military activities, a step which could lead to his candidacy in elections later this year READ MORE
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Namibia: Controversy in parliament over German genocide deal
Tens of thousands of Namibians were killed by German settlers between 1904 and 1908 in what historians call the first genocide of the 20th century.
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Zambia's Hichilema meets US Vice President
Hakainde Hichilema who defeated the incumbent to win the Zambian presidency last month is in the US to attend the UN General Assembly READ MORE
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Madagascar President urges tougher action on climate change
The south of the Indian Ocean nation of Madagascar is currently in the grip of a severe drought, threatening some 400,000 people with starvation.
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South African airways returns to the skies after one year of inactivity
The airline hasn’t operated any commercial flights since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.
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Algeria announces closure of airspace to Morocco over diplomatic row
The decision came "in view of the continued provocations and hostile practices on the Moroccan side", the Algerian presidency said in a statement.
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Benin President meets rival and predecessor Boni Yayi
Benin's President Patrice Talon met on Wednesday with his predecessor Thomas Boni Yayi for the first time in five years, indicating a possible thaw in relations between the government and the
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The woman who profiles South Africa's most vicious crimes
The woman's breasts had been cut off, but her genitals were untouched. An unusual choice for a killer. Even stranger, no blood had spilled at the crime scene. The body must have been moved.
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