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Africa: Rwanda Seeks Partnership Not Dictates - Kagame

[New Times] Rwanda's international cooperation efforts seek partnership with the rest of the world for shared gains not pursuing favours as a darling of the world, President Paul Kagame has said.
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Africa: Rwanda Seeks Partnership Not Dictates - Kagame

[New Times] Rwanda's international cooperation efforts seek partnership with the rest of the world for shared gains not pursuing favours as a darling of the world, President Paul Kagame has said.

Rwanda: Govt to Develop Quality Cheese for Export

[New Times] The National Industrial Research and Development Agency (NIRDA) will from January next year embark on a study aimed at developing good quality Made in Rwanda cheese, Olivier Kamana, NIRDA's Head of Applied Research and Development Department has s
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Rwanda: Govt to Develop Quality Cheese for Export

[New Times] The National Industrial Research and Development Agency (NIRDA) will from January next year embark on a study aimed at developing good quality Made in Rwanda cheese, Olivier Kamana, NIRDA's Head of Applied Research and Development Department has said.

Africa: No Fruit for Uganda, Rwanda After 8 Hours of Marathon Talks

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala, Uganda -After eight hours closed in a hall at Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo, delegations from Rwanda and Uganda failed to reach an agreement and decided to refer the matters to the head of states of both countries.
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Africa: No Fruit for Uganda, Rwanda After 8 Hours of Marathon Talks

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala, Uganda -After eight hours closed in a hall at Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo, delegations from Rwanda and Uganda failed to reach an agreement and decided to refer the matters to the head of states of both countries.

Angola: Lourenço Invited to Visit Brazil

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan head of State João Lourenço received Thursday in Luanda an invitation from Brazilian the counterpart Jair Bolsonaro to visit that South American country, on a date to be set by diplomatic channels.
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Angola: Lourenço Invited to Visit Brazil

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan head of State João Lourenço received Thursday in Luanda an invitation from Brazilian the counterpart Jair Bolsonaro to visit that South American country, on a date to be set by diplomatic channels.

Uganda: Equatorial Guinea President in Uganda to Discuss Refugees

[Monitor] Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang Nguema will arrive in the country today to discuss with his Ugandan counterpart, Mr Museveni, the high number of refugees in Uganda.
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Uganda: Equatorial Guinea President in Uganda to Discuss Refugees

[Monitor] Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang Nguema will arrive in the country today to discuss with his Ugandan counterpart, Mr Museveni, the high number of refugees in Uganda.

Zimbabwe: Jailed Cameroonian Asylum Seeker Begs for Deportation

[New Zimbabwe] A Cameroonian national, who was jailed last month after he was convicted for contravening Zimbabwe's Immigration Act, has begged the High Court to order his immediate release and deportation to his conflict hit motherland.
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Zimbabwe: Jailed Cameroonian Asylum Seeker Begs for Deportation

[New Zimbabwe] A Cameroonian national, who was jailed last month after he was convicted for contravening Zimbabwe's Immigration Act, has begged the High Court to order his immediate release and deportation to his conflict hit motherland.

Africa: Technology Is Sure to Turn the Tide On Our Health Woes

[East African] It's Wednesday August 16, 2079. Turning over in bed, Carl, 74, reaches for his phone. He holds it up as the morning update starts.
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Africa: Technology Is Sure to Turn the Tide On Our Health Woes

[East African] It's Wednesday August 16, 2079. Turning over in bed, Carl, 74, reaches for his phone. He holds it up as the morning update starts.

Nigeria: Boko Haram Faction Kills Four Kidnapped Aid Workers

[Premium Times] A Boko Haram faction has killed four aid workers it kidnapped in July, a journalist with access to the terror group has said.
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Nigeria: Boko Haram Faction Kills Four Kidnapped Aid Workers

[Premium Times] A Boko Haram faction has killed four aid workers it kidnapped in July, a journalist with access to the terror group has said.

Africa: Borderless Continent, That Is Where the Future Lies

[East African] At a time when the multilateral system is under siege and media speculation about Brexit and whether the European Union is in decline is widespread, the African Union is quietly deepening economic, social, and political ties.
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Africa: Borderless Continent, That Is Where the Future Lies

[East African] At a time when the multilateral system is under siege and media speculation about Brexit and whether the European Union is in decline is widespread, the African Union is quietly deepening economic, social, and political ties.

Uganda: Uganda, Rwanda Officials Meet in Kampala Over Border Tension

[Monitor] A meeting between Uganda and Rwanda that should have taken place on October 17 as a follow up to the September 16 one in Kigali to ease tension between the neighbouring countries is scheduled to take place today.
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Uganda: Uganda, Rwanda Officials Meet in Kampala Over Border Tension

[Monitor] A meeting between Uganda and Rwanda that should have taken place on October 17 as a follow up to the September 16 one in Kigali to ease tension between the neighbouring countries is scheduled to take place today.

Gabon: 'Future of Gabon' at Stake in Counterpoaching Fight

[VOA] Central Africa is fighting for the survival of the African forest elephant, with more than 70% of the population wiped out in the last 15 years.
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Gabon: 'Future of Gabon' at Stake in Counterpoaching Fight

[VOA] Central Africa is fighting for the survival of the African forest elephant, with more than 70% of the population wiped out in the last 15 years.

Cameroon: Govt Records Daily Boko Haram Attacks Along Nigeria Border

[VOA] Authorities in Cameroon say Boko Haram terrorists have been launching daily attacks on villages along the Nigeria border, killing at least 30 people and injuring scores in the past few months.
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Cameroon: Govt Records Daily Boko Haram Attacks Along Nigeria Border

[VOA] Authorities in Cameroon say Boko Haram terrorists have been launching daily attacks on villages along the Nigeria border, killing at least 30 people and injuring scores in the past few months.

Africa: 16 Days of Activism is Over, But What's Changed for Women and Children?

[allAfrica] Johannesburg and Nairobi -The 16 Days of Activism of No Violence Against Women and Children - an international campaign to challenge and bring an end to violence - has just ended, but the work is only beginning.
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Africa: 16 Days of Activism is Over, But What's Changed for Women and Children?

[allAfrica] Johannesburg and Nairobi -The 16 Days of Activism of No Violence Against Women and Children - an international campaign to challenge and bring an end to violence - has just ended, but the work is only beginning.

Rwanda: Army, Nebraska National Guard Sign Cooperation Deal

[New Times] Rwanda Defence Force and the Nebraska National Guard on Thursday signed a Defense Department's State Partnership Program (SPP) in Kigali, on Thursday.
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Rwanda: Army, Nebraska National Guard Sign Cooperation Deal

[New Times] Rwanda Defence Force and the Nebraska National Guard on Thursday signed a Defense Department's State Partnership Program (SPP) in Kigali, on Thursday.

Ethiopia: Hero Works to Give Girls Back Their Dignity

[VOA] Freweini Mebrahtu remembers when she returned to her home village in northern Ethiopia and saw women squatting over holes in the ground. Without any sanitary pads to use during their menstrual period, they were stuck in this undignified position.
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Ethiopia: Hero Works to Give Girls Back Their Dignity

[VOA] Freweini Mebrahtu remembers when she returned to her home village in northern Ethiopia and saw women squatting over holes in the ground. Without any sanitary pads to use during their menstrual period, they were stuck in this undignified position.

Rwanda: Southern Province Leaders Tipped on Service Delivery

[New Times] Good governance should be reflected by the wellbeing of people, said Prof. Anasthase Shyaka, Minister for Local Governance.
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Rwanda: Southern Province Leaders Tipped on Service Delivery

[New Times] Good governance should be reflected by the wellbeing of people, said Prof. Anasthase Shyaka, Minister for Local Governance.

Tanzania: Burundian refugees face pressure to leave the country

[HRW] Nairobi -The fear of violence, arrest, and deportation is driving many of the 163,000 Burundian refugees and asylum seekers in Tanzania out of the country. Tanzanian authorities have also made it very difficult for the United Nations refugee agency to p
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Tanzania: Burundian refugees face pressure to leave the country

[HRW] Nairobi -The fear of violence, arrest, and deportation is driving many of the 163,000 Burundian refugees and asylum seekers in Tanzania out of the country. Tanzanian authorities have also made it very difficult for the United Nations refugee agency to properly check whether hundreds of refugees' recent decision to return to Burundi was voluntary.

Chad: Women Want in As Internet Revolution Takes Hold

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] N'djamena -With just 6.5% of the population online, Chad has the 6th lowest rate of internet usage in the world, according to the World Bank.
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Chad: Women Want in As Internet Revolution Takes Hold

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] N'djamena -With just 6.5% of the population online, Chad has the 6th lowest rate of internet usage in the world, according to the World Bank.

Africa: Healthcare for All - New Hope, Commitment Needed

[allAfrica] Abuja -Today, as we mark International Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day, I am encouraged by the growing momentum behind the belief that every single person should have access to the care they need when they need it, and that no one should be fo
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Africa: Healthcare for All - New Hope, Commitment Needed

[allAfrica] Abuja -Today, as we mark International Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day, I am encouraged by the growing momentum behind the belief that every single person should have access to the care they need when they need it, and that no one should be forced to suffer financial hardship or forgo treatment they cannot afford.

Niger: Attack On Military Camp Kills Dozens of Soldiers

[Deutsche Welle] Suspected Islamist militants have killed more than 70 soldiers in an attack on a remote military post in western Niger. It was the deadliest assault on the West African country's military in recent history.
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Niger: Attack On Military Camp Kills Dozens of Soldiers

[Deutsche Welle] Suspected Islamist militants have killed more than 70 soldiers in an attack on a remote military post in western Niger. It was the deadliest assault on the West African country's military in recent history.

Nigeria: Africans Travelling to Nigeria Can Get Visa On Arrival From 2020

[Premium Times] Other Africans travelling to Nigeria will from January 2020 be able to get their visas at the point of entry.
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Nigeria: Africans Travelling to Nigeria Can Get Visa On Arrival From 2020

[Premium Times] Other Africans travelling to Nigeria will from January 2020 be able to get their visas at the point of entry.

Cameroon: Universities to Track Atrocities in Anglophone Region

[Deutsche Welle] A Canadian university has set up the Database of Atrocities for a part of Cameroon where those seeking independence are facing the wrath of the government. The intiative is intended to prompt the world to act.
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Cameroon: Universities to Track Atrocities in Anglophone Region

[Deutsche Welle] A Canadian university has set up the Database of Atrocities for a part of Cameroon where those seeking independence are facing the wrath of the government. The intiative is intended to prompt the world to act.

Congo-Kinshasa: Why Are Locals Protesting Against the UN, Again?

[African Arguments] In 2014, attacks attributed to the ADF rebels was followed by local protests against UN peacekeepers. Is history repeating itself?
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Congo-Kinshasa: Why Are Locals Protesting Against the UN, Again?

[African Arguments] In 2014, attacks attributed to the ADF rebels was followed by local protests against UN peacekeepers. Is history repeating itself?

Congo-Kinshasa: For Ebola Survivors, Stigma and Mental Health Issues Loom Large

[The New Humanitarian] Beni -Anselme Kambale Mungwayitheka thought he was going to die of Ebola a year ago. After contracting the virus and being admitted to an isolation ward, the 40-year-old nurse didn't think he would make it out alive. Nowcured, he says h
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Congo-Kinshasa: For Ebola Survivors, Stigma and Mental Health Issues Loom Large

[The New Humanitarian] Beni -Anselme Kambale Mungwayitheka thought he was going to die of Ebola a year ago. After contracting the virus and being admitted to an isolation ward, the 40-year-old nurse didn't think he would make it out alive. Nowcured, he says he also feels cursed.

Africa: How To Make The Business Case for Climate Action in Agriculture

[allAfrica] They are the canaries in the climate change coal mine, who will be first to feel the impact of temperature variations, prolonged droughts and excessive rainfall.
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Africa: How To Make The Business Case for Climate Action in Agriculture

[allAfrica] They are the canaries in the climate change coal mine, who will be first to feel the impact of temperature variations, prolonged droughts and excessive rainfall.

Sudan: NGO Reveals Secret Financial Network of Main Militia

[Radio Dabanga] London -The Rapid Support Forces (RSF) militia, that supported the regime of ousted president Al Bashir, has built up a vast business empire that captured not only a large part of the country's gold industry, but has huge interests in many sec
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Sudan: NGO Reveals Secret Financial Network of Main Militia

[Radio Dabanga] London -The Rapid Support Forces (RSF) militia, that supported the regime of ousted president Al Bashir, has built up a vast business empire that captured not only a large part of the country's gold industry, but has huge interests in many sectors of the Sudanese economy. The anti-corruption NGO Global Witness has published a report about the financial networks behind the RSF and their commander Lt Gen Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo 'Hemeti'.

Rwanda: Delusions of Grandeur?

[Africa In Fact] Rwanda has acquired a reputation of a rags-to-riches nation. Internationally, President Paul Kagame's claim to have turned Rwanda into an economic lion «firmly on the path to economic maturity» has been reflected in glowing plaudi
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Rwanda: Delusions of Grandeur?

[Africa In Fact] Rwanda has acquired a reputation of a rags-to-riches nation. Internationally, President Paul Kagame's claim to have turned Rwanda into an economic lion «firmly on the path to economic maturity» has been reflected in glowing plaudits. Rwanda «has become a development success story and unity and reconciliation have been consolidated, strengthening good governance», according to the African Development Bank (ADB). The World Economic Forum (WEF) ranks Rwanda as Africa's third most competitive economy after Mau

Cameroon: French, Swiss Interests Clash in Port Deal

[East African] Cameroon has settled on a local agency to manage its Doula seaport container terminal from next month after being caught up in a frenetic battle between French and Swiss interests to run the facility.
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Cameroon: French, Swiss Interests Clash in Port Deal

[East African] Cameroon has settled on a local agency to manage its Doula seaport container terminal from next month after being caught up in a frenetic battle between French and Swiss interests to run the facility.

Southern Africa: Freedom of Speech Indeed - Jailers of Journalists in Sub-Saharan Africa

[Vanguard] Egypt, Eritrea, and Cameroon are among the worst nations in the world for jailing journalists, a list published on Wednesday by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said.
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Southern Africa: Freedom of Speech Indeed - Jailers of Journalists in Sub-Saharan Africa

[Vanguard] Egypt, Eritrea, and Cameroon are among the worst nations in the world for jailing journalists, a list published on Wednesday by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said.

Angola: Former Central Bank Governor Taken to Hospital After Malaise in Court

[ANGOP] Luanda -The former governor of the National Reserve Bank of Angola (BNA), Valter Filipe, whose trial began last Monday over his involvement in the illegal transfer of USD 500 million, was rushed to hospital following a malaise during the trial.
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Angola: Former Central Bank Governor Taken to Hospital After Malaise in Court

[ANGOP] Luanda -The former governor of the National Reserve Bank of Angola (BNA), Valter Filipe, whose trial began last Monday over his involvement in the illegal transfer of USD 500 million, was rushed to hospital following a malaise during the trial.

Chad: Refugee Girls in Chad Embrace School As Path to University Opens Up

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Iriba, Chad -Only one in four Chadian boys and half as many girls attend secondary school, with poverty, lack of access and child marriage contributing to the low rates
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Chad: Refugee Girls in Chad Embrace School As Path to University Opens Up

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Iriba, Chad -Only one in four Chadian boys and half as many girls attend secondary school, with poverty, lack of access and child marriage contributing to the low rates

Cameroon: Measles Vaccination Team Attacked, Motives Questioned

[VOA] Members of measles vaccination teams in southern Cameroon have been attacked and beaten by locals who say the serums triggered side effects that sent 12 children to local hospitals.
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Cameroon: Measles Vaccination Team Attacked, Motives Questioned

[VOA] Members of measles vaccination teams in southern Cameroon have been attacked and beaten by locals who say the serums triggered side effects that sent 12 children to local hospitals.

Nigeria: Rights Groups Issue Ultimatum for Nigerian Reporter's Release

[VOA] Rights groups are pressing the Nigerian government to release a news publisher and former presidential candidate who was re-arrested last week, just one day after being freed from months of detention.
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Nigeria: Rights Groups Issue Ultimatum for Nigerian Reporter's Release

[VOA] Rights groups are pressing the Nigerian government to release a news publisher and former presidential candidate who was re-arrested last week, just one day after being freed from months of detention.

Africa: End Epidemics by Breaking Down Human Rights Barriers to Health

[allAfrica] Among the many challenges involved in improving health services, one is both pervasive and largely hidden. Human rights-related barriers to health, some explicit, others expressed in behaviours and norms, prevent millions of people from access to
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Africa: End Epidemics by Breaking Down Human Rights Barriers to Health

[allAfrica] Among the many challenges involved in improving health services, one is both pervasive and largely hidden. Human rights-related barriers to health, some explicit, others expressed in behaviours and norms, prevent millions of people from access to lifesaving prevention and treatment

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