War is not the answer to resolving conflicts: Egypt’s President Sisi

NAIROBI, KENYA – Amid rising tension between Ethiopia and Egypt, Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has said that conflict is…

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South Sudan’s 2,200 army instructors ready to start troops training

JUBA, South Sudan –  Ceasefire monitors in South Sudan on Monday disclosed that that about 2,200 army instructors are ready…

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Nigeria university sacked lecturer over sexual harassment of students

LAGOS, Nigeria – The University of Abuja in the Nigerian capital has dismissed one of its university lecturers for sexual…

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Zimbabwe vice-president accused his estranged wife of attempted murder

NAIROBI, Kenya – The troubled wife of a Zimbabwean vice-president, Mary Mubaiya, has been charged with attempting to murder him.…

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A Zambian court gay sex sentence ‘horrified’ the U.S. ambassador in the County

LUSAKA, Zambia – The U.S. ambassador to Zambia, His Excellency Daniel Foote, is said to be “horrified’ by a recent…

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Educated but disabled: the sad story of employment discrimination against Sorie Martin Kamara

The story of Sorie Martin Kamara, the technology trained amputated and war victim Sierra Leonean youth who faces unemployment discrimination.…

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Sudanese government endorses law to dissolve former ruling party of ex-dictator Omar al Bashir

KHARTOUM, Sudan – Sudan’s Sovereign Council and Council of Ministers have endorsed a law aimed at dissolving the country’s former…

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International Community demands dialogue in Guinea after protest, deaths

CONAKRY, Guinea – The United Nations and other institutions within the international community have called for a political dialogue in…

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Late Congressman Elijah Cummings’ widow expected to run for his House seat: a reliable source

BALTIMORE, Md- The widow of the late Congressman Elijah Cummings (Democrat, Maryland), Ms. Maya Rockeymoore, who is also chairwoman of…

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Ghanaian president wants African leaders to prioritize combating climate change

ACCRA, Ghana – The president of Ghana, Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has called on African leaders and countries to prioritize and…

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