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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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South Africa calls for lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe

HARARE, Zimbabwe –  South Africa’s parliament has called on the membership of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) to support a motion…

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Rwandan Senate has a new leader

NAIROBI, Kenya –  On Thursday, October 17, 2019, Rwanda’s Senate elected new a president following the swearing-in ceremony of 20…

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Tunisia’s independent presidential candidate claims electoral victory

PARIS, France –  Kais Saied, Tunisia’s independent presidential candidate, announced Sunday evening that he won the second round of the…

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The election commission in Mozambique concerned about the security situation in the country’s northern province

HARARE, Zimbabwe — The National Election Commission (CNE) of Mozambique on Thursday said that all security conditions in the voting…

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Libya’s eastern-based parliament condemns Turkey’s military operation in Syria

ALGIERS, Algeria – The House of Representatives in Libya’s eastern region on Thursday condemned Turkey’s military operation in northern Syria.…

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Ethiopian government official admonishes African countries to strengthen ties with China

RABAT, Morocco — A top Ethiopian official on Thursday counseled African countries to build stronger ties with China. The special…

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Violent repression in Ecuador as workers resist IMF package

Disastrous IMF policies are wreaking havoc on the country’s economy by eliminating social and labor rights. The International Trade Union…

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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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