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Daily Archives: January 26, 2016

Cameroon market bombed, 32 killed 66 injured

Cameroon market bombed, 32 killed 66 injured

Suicide bombers targeting a town in northern Cameroon killed 32 people and wounded 66 on Monday. It is one of the worst attacks yet in the Central African nation as it struggles t ...

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Australian Open: Williams beat Sharapova, advances to semifinals

Australian Open: Williams beat Sharapova, advances to semifinals

World number one Serena Williams muscled past Maria Sharapova for an 18th straight time on Tuesday to set up an Australian Open semi-final against Agnieszka Radwanska, who has nev ...

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Burundi blocking UN investigators

Burundi blocking UN investigators

An investigative team formed by the UN's High Commissioner for Human Rights has been unable to travel to Burundi, because of a lack of response from the authorities in Burundi. Th ...

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Irregular migration in Horn of Africa increases in 2015

Irregular migration in Horn of Africa increases in 2015

In 2015 five countries in the Horn of Africa – Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, and Sudan – experienced a marked increase in irregular migration by land and sea from a year e ...

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Congo-Brazzaville leader seeks third-term

Congo-Brazzaville leader seeks third-term

Congo-Brazzaville's ruling party has named long-serving President Denis Sassou Nguesso as its candidate for elections due to be held in March. Last year, more than 92% of voters i ...

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Abel Xavier appointed as new Mozambique coach

Abel Xavier appointed as new Mozambique coach

Former Liverpool and Portugal defender Abel Xavier has been appointed as the new coach of Mozambique National Football team. Xavier, 43, who also played for Everton and LA Galaxy, ...

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New partnership to train finance professionals in West Africa

New partnership to train finance professionals in West Africa

Professor Boubacar BAIDARI, Director General of The African Centre for Advanced Studies in Management (CESAG), and Mr. Khaled AL-ABOODI, CEO of the Islamic Corporation for Private ...

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Tunisia set to export 70 000 tonnes of olive oil to boost struggling economy

Tunisia set to export 70 000 tonnes of olive oil to boost struggling economy

A proposed emergency measure to import 70 000 tonnes of olive oil from Tunisia duty free, to help boost the struggling Tunisian economy, hit not least by terrorist attacks of 2015 ...

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UN concerned as South Sudan talks deadlock, people continue to suffer

UN concerned as South Sudan talks deadlock, people continue to suffer

The United Nation's Secretary-General has expressed his concern over the parties’ deadlock over the issue of the establishment of 28 states, and their failure to meet the 22 Janua ...

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Kenyan entrepreneur creates online cow market

Kenyan entrepreneur creates online cow market

Often entrepreneurs are seen as extremist individuals who are constantly fighting for a certain cause which is neither social nor political. Most people think entrepreneurs are ta ...

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