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Kenya stops South Sudan peace keeping mission amid UN misunderstanding

Kenya stops South Sudan peace keeping mission amid UN misunderstanding

Kenya is pulling out its troops placed in South Sudan as part of the UN peacekeeping mission after UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon fired its Kenyan commander, local media reported on Wednesday. Kenya ...

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7 qualities to consider when picking a ‘wife material’ lady

7 qualities to consider when picking a ‘wife material’ lady

These qualities will guide your decision-making process when it comes to picking the right partner. Settling down is a huge even from time immemorial. A lot of men want a woman they can call their own ...

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Recalling Wole Soyinka – Most intricate quotes

Recalling Wole Soyinka – Most intricate quotes

Today we appreciate good art, good literature good advocacy and good philanthropy as given to the world the son of Africa, Wole Soyinka. Makamba Online selected most intricate quotes from his work. Wo ...

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Pope Francis says ban on female priests fixed

Pope Francis says ban on female priests fixed

Pope Francis said on Tuesday he believes the Roman Catholic Church's ban on women becoming priests is forever and will never be changed, in some of his most definitive remarks on the issue. He was spe ...

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Liberia planning to resuscitate economy after Ebola tragedy

Liberia planning to resuscitate economy after Ebola tragedy

Liberia will need $1.3 billion to revive an economy that was ravaged by a slump in its key export commodities and the worst Ebola epidemic, Finance and Development Planning Minister Boima Kamara said. ...

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IMF tips African countries to cut arrears

IMF tips African countries to cut arrears

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said African exporters of oil, and commodities should remove subsidies and boost taxes to curb slowest economic growth in more than two decades. The Washington-ba ...

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Clashes between herders and farmers intensify in Niger

Clashes between herders and farmers intensify in Niger

Eighteen people were killed and 20 others were wounded on Tuesday in clashes between cattle herders and farmers in Niger. The clashes broke out near the village of Bangui along Niger’s southern border ...

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Ivory Coast – ‘Yes’ vote gets 93%

Ivory Coast – ‘Yes’ vote gets 93%

Electoral officials in Ivory Coast say the "yes" campaign has won Sunday's referendum on a new constitution, with 93.42% of the votes. The turnout was 42.42%, which is higher than an earlier 7% estima ...

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Germany’s Miroslav Klose retires from football

Germany’s Miroslav Klose retires from football

Germany’s prolific Miroslav Klose, the all-time World Cup soccer top-scorer, announced his retirement yesterday at the age of 38. The striker, Germany’s record scorer with 71 goals in 137 internationa ...

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Ethiopia PM reshuffles cabinet

Ethiopia PM reshuffles cabinet

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn sworn in a group of technocrats and new finance and foreign ministers on Tuesday. The reshuffle is a response to protests behind six months of violent pr ...

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