U.S. Secretary of State meets Egyptian President
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U.S. Secretary of State meets Egyptian President

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has held talks with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el…

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Machar’s arrival in Juba postponed ‘indefinitely’
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Machar’s arrival in Juba postponed ‘indefinitely’

South Sudan government and rebels have been accusing each other of hindering rebel leader Riek…

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Ethiopian mourns 200 villagers’ deaths
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Ethiopian mourns 200 villagers’ deaths

Ethiopian forces are still hunting the perpetrators of last week’s massacre along its border with…

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AU wants Mechar in Juba with no more delay
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AU wants Mechar in Juba with no more delay

Officials at the African Union say Riek Machar’s return to Juba should take place without…

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New lender to loan South Africa’s Eskom $180 million
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New lender to loan South Africa’s Eskom $180 million

The Brics New Development Bank will loan Eskom 180-million dollars over 12 to 20 years,…

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Kenyan gov’t to set fire to large stockpile of ivory and rhino horns
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Kenyan gov’t to set fire to large stockpile of ivory and rhino horns

In Kenya, officials are preparing to burn over 100 tonnes of elephant ivory and rhino…

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Confederation Cup: Uganda’s SC Villa hope to overturn 7 goal deficit against FUS Rabat in the
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Confederation Cup: Uganda’s SC Villa hope to overturn 7 goal deficit against FUS Rabat in the

The Confederation Cup will also have clubs in action on Wednesday with Uganda’s SC Villa…

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Cape Town officers embark on Chinese language course
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Cape Town officers embark on Chinese language course

The Cape Town Chinese Community & Police Forum has successfully launched the 3rd Chinese language…

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Organic fruit, pizza, and bugs on offer at an Australian food fair
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Organic fruit, pizza, and bugs on offer at an Australian food fair

A food fair in Australia is championing insects as one of the healthy diet options…

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Cameroonian gov’t burns six tons of ivory to send message to poachers
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Cameroonian gov’t burns six tons of ivory to send message to poachers

Some 2,000 illegally trafficked elephant tusks and hundreds of finished ivory products have been set…

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