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Lesotho ruling party asked PM to resign over wife’s murder

PRETORIA, South Africa – In Lesotho, the governing ABC party has asked Prime Minister Thomas Thabane to resign over allegations…

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UN Opens Anti-Corruption Conference

ABU DHABI – The UN anti-corruption conference opened on Monday in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.…

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Egypt’s President Sisi confers with IAEA’s chief

PARIS, France – The President of Egypt General Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi on Monday received Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency…

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Egypt condemns Libyan-Turkish deals on maritime cooperation

CAIRO, Egypt– Authorities in Egypt have condemned the signing of two memoranda of understanding (MoUs) between Turkey and Libya’s UN-backed…

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Incumbent Namibia President leads in presidential vote count

WINDHOEK, Namibia – Preliminary results from the ongoing presidential result count in Wednesday’s election in Namibia indicate that incumbent President…

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GIMPA in Ghana appoints Dr. Thomas Jaye tenured professor

NEW YORK, New York – The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has appointed veteran Africa’s security sector…

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Two Nigerian clerics charged after starving pupils found shackled

ABUJA, Nigeria – Two Nigerian clerics have been charged authorities following recent raids on private Islamic schools where men and…

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Rwanda’s second Senate concludes eight-year term of office

KIGALI, Rwanda– Several members of Rwanda’s second Senate ended their eight-year term of office on Thursday, as newly elected members…

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Hippo attack leaves elderly woman dead in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – An elderly woman was killed after being attacked by a hippo in Limpopo, the northernmost province…

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Ecuador’s President Flee Capital City After Massive Protest Brought on by IMF Harmonization

The protests came in response to increases of up to 120 percent in fuel prices after the government eliminated subsidies…

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