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(FRANCE 24 @ 21.04.2018 12:52:52)
A former Liberian warlord known as ?Jungle Jabbah? was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Thursday for gaining US asylum by lying about his role in the civil war in his homeland and atrocities he committed, US prosecutors said on Thursday.
(Ségolène ALLEMANDOU @ 20.04.2018 16:50:23)
Vanilla is one of the world?s most popular seasonings and an important ingredient in products ranging from perfume to ice-cream; but it is no longer the staple it was around the world. Madagascar, the world's main producer, is facing a crisis.
(Élodie COUSIN @ 20.04.2018 13:16:31)
Every year, China slaughters millions of donkeys to make Ejiao, a traditional medicine hailed as a ?miracle elixir? which is used to treat various ailments. As China?s donkey population plummets, Chinese firms are now forced to turn to African donkeys ? at the risk of wiping them out. Our correspondents in China and Kenya ? Elodie Cousin, Bastien Renouil, Antoine Vedeilhe and Charlie Wang ? went to investigate.
(NEWS WIRES @ 19.04.2018 21:40:42)
The king of Swaziland, one of the world's few absolute monarchs, announced on Thursday that his country had changed its name to "Kingdom of eSwatini" to mark 50 years since independence from British rule.
(Louise NORDSTROM @ 19.04.2018 18:34:42)
Conflicting reports over Khalifa Haftar?s health have sparked a flurry of rumours over his role as the head of the Libyan National Army, and thus also Libya?s future. Experts say his potential departure could spark major disarray.
(Claire PACCALIN @ 16.04.2018 07:49:32)
Just this weekend, seven French troops in Mali were injured and one UN peacekeeper killed in a four-hour rocket, mortar and car bomb attack on their camp at Timbuktu airport. Five years after the French army intervened in Mali to stop an Islamist insurgency, our reporters Claire Paccalin and Fanny Allard have been to the east of the country, which is still far from stabilized. They followed French and Malian soldiers in their operations to fight terrorists and win the trust of the population.
(Tom WHEELDON @ 15.04.2018 20:14:34)
A rocket and car-bomb attack struck French and UN bases in Mali on Saturday in the latest manifestation of a rise in jihadist violence, despite attempts to stabilise the country by mainly French-led military forces.
(NEWS WIRES @ 15.04.2018 02:48:49)
A rocket and car bomb attack left one UN peacekeeper dead, a dozen wounded and another dozen French soldiers hurt at Timbuktu's airport area, Mali's security ministry said Saturday.
(NEWS WIRES @ 14.04.2018 19:04:29)
Tens of thousands of people sang, cheered and cried as the flag-draped casket of anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was escorted from her official funeral on Saturday, after supporters defended her complex legacy with poetry and anger.
(NEWS WIRES @ 13.04.2018 08:27:42)
Cameroonians swept up in a conflict between anglophone separatists and the government are facing a humanitarian crisis, aid groups say as they struggle to reach people in remote areas that have become virtually off-limits.
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(26.04.2018 18:58:19)
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has been summoned by the country's lawmakers over a spate of killings in the country's middle belt and other parts of the country.
(26.04.2018 14:01:03)
Caster Semenya's middle distance dominance in women's track and field could come to an end as new eligibility regulations mean the South African will have to reduce her natural hormone levels if she is to be allowed to compete at Olympics and world championships.
(25.04.2018 15:40:15)
Nigerian author Chimamanda Adichie is upset with Hillary Clinton over her Twitter bio.
(23.04.2018 21:37:37)
Nurses in Zimbabwe have called off their strike Monday and sued their employers.
(24.04.2018 15:48:34)
South African great Bryan Habana has announced his retirement from professional rugby.
(24.04.2018 10:48:12)
Two South African environment champions have won the Goldman prize for stopping a Russian nuclear deal.
(21.04.2018 11:09:00)
President Muhammadu Buhari has faced backlash on social media over comments on Nigerian youth.
(20.04.2018 19:53:29)
Fired Zimbabwean nurses offered a free clinic to the public in a demonstration outside the country's parliament Friday.
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(26.04.2018 12:34:09)
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Thursday meet officials from the labour ministry to discuss the planned introduction of a national minimum wage, a day after nationwide protests over the policy which he has championed.
(26.04.2018 16:18:21)
ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigerian lawmakers voted on Wednesday to invite President Muhammadu Buhari to the House of Representatives to discuss a spate of killings in central Nigeria.
(26.04.2018 13:51:33)
GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) - United Nations investigators have discovered five probable mass grave sites in eastern Congo's Ituri province where an outbreak of ethnic violence has killed at least 263 people, a U.N. peacekeeping mission said.
(26.04.2018 15:36:40)
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzanians largely ignored on Thursday a U.S.-based activist's call to stage nationwide protests against President John Magufuli's government.
(26.04.2018 10:24:12)
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - The U.N. human rights chief said he was allowed to visit a region in Ethiopia that has been roiled by protests and unrest for the past three years, after the previous administration turned down his request last year.
(26.04.2018 14:13:44)
JUBA (Reuters) - Ten aid workers have gone missing in South Sudan's Yei town in unclear circumstances, a U.N. official said on Thursday, the latest incident involving relief staff in the country.
(26.04.2018 15:55:09)
RABAT (Reuters) - Moroccan schoolgirl Meriem was just 16 when her family pressured her to marry a man she had never met 20 years her senior. Young brides are best, the family said and she looked forward to dressing up for the wedding.
(26.04.2018 12:26:01)
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Heavy rain over the last 24 hours has blocked roads and disrupted traffic in South Africa's drought-hit Cape Town, city officials said on Thursday.
(26.04.2018 14:03:48)
HARARE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An avocado tree stands just outside the gate of Silibaziso Mangena?s home in Westlea, a suburb of Harare, Zimbabwe?s capital.
(25.04.2018 15:13:18)
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - More than 2,000 South African union members marched in Johannesburg in a nationwide protest on Wednesday against a proposed national minimum wage, presenting a test for new President Cyril Ramaphosa who champions the policy.

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