Italy not convinced Egyptian authorities are doing enough on Regeni’s death
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Italy not convinced Egyptian authorities are doing enough on Regeni’s death

More fall-out from the murder of Italian student Giulio Regeni. Relations between Cairo and Rome…

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Egyptian Marwan El Kamash qualifies for 200m and 400m freestyle swimming
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Egyptian Marwan El Kamash qualifies for 200m and 400m freestyle swimming

Egypt’s Marwan El Kamash will make his first Olympic appearance in Rio de Janeiro this…

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Opportunities for graduates from China abound in infrastructure development in Algeria
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Opportunities for graduates from China abound in infrastructure development in Algeria

Opportunities for fresh university graduates from China are on the rise. Currently, there are about…

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Somali Army marks 56th anniversary, hopes to restore lost glory
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Somali Army marks 56th anniversary, hopes to restore lost glory

In the early 1980s, the Somali National Army was considered one of the fiercest on…

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China’s top political advisor wraps up visit to Libreville
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China’s top political advisor wraps up visit to Libreville

China’s top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng wrapped up his official visit to Gabon on Wednesday.…

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Nigerian author visits parents of missing Chibok girls, finalises book
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Nigerian author visits parents of missing Chibok girls, finalises book

The author of book on the Chibok girls has been visiting distraught parents, as she…

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Footage reportedly shows some of the kidnapped Chibok girls
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Footage reportedly shows some of the kidnapped Chibok girls

There is renewed hope that the Chibok girls are still alive. It’s emerged that militant…

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Zimbabwe to monitor contaminated grain & ensure food security
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Zimbabwe to monitor contaminated grain & ensure food security

Zimbabwe has opened a maize import quarantine facility to monitor contaminated grains and ensure food…

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President Mugabe admits that indigenization policy is confusing investors
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President Mugabe admits that indigenization policy is confusing investors

Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has conceded that his government’s indigenization laws are hurting the country’s…

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Nigerian doctors threaten to strike over pay increase
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Nigerian doctors threaten to strike over pay increase

Despite Nigeria being Africa’s largest economy, its healthcare is often criticized for lagging behind. Now…

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