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Nigeria: African Union Demands Seat in UN Security Council

[Premium Times] «It is time to overcome the reluctance and deconstruct the narratives that persist in confining Africa to the margins of decision-making circles,» Mr Sall said.
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Nigeria: African Union Demands Seat in UN Security Council

[Premium Times] «It is time to overcome the reluctance and deconstruct the narratives that persist in confining Africa to the margins of decision-making circles,» Mr Sall said.

West Africa: Air Traffic Controllers Strike Disrupts Flights in West Africa

[RFI] Flights in and out of airports in a number of countries in West and Central Africa have ground to a halt after air traffic controllers defied a ban and launched a «wildcat strike» on Friday to demand better working conditions.
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West Africa: Air Traffic Controllers Strike Disrupts Flights in West Africa

[RFI] Flights in and out of airports in a number of countries in West and Central Africa have ground to a halt after air traffic controllers defied a ban and launched a «wildcat strike» on Friday to demand better working conditions.

West Africa: Flights Grounded Amid Air Traffic Control Strike

[DW] Airports in several West and Central African countries were affected as air traffic controllers held a strike to demand improved working conditions.
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West Africa: Flights Grounded Amid Air Traffic Control Strike

[DW] Airports in several West and Central African countries were affected as air traffic controllers held a strike to demand improved working conditions.

Africa: Here's How Development Banks Could Stop Putting Communities at Risk #AfricaClimateCrisis

[allAfrica] Harare -- On paper, most development banks are dedicated to upholding communities' rights to consultation and involvement in making decisions on projects that have an impact on their daily lives. But when those who oppose, criticise, or voice conc
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Africa: Here's How Development Banks Could Stop Putting Communities at Risk #AfricaClimateCrisis

[allAfrica] Harare -- On paper, most development banks are dedicated to upholding communities' rights to consultation and involvement in making decisions on projects that have an impact on their daily lives. But when those who oppose, criticise, or voice concerns about development efforts are targeted for abuse just for speaking out, it is impossible for them to engage in meaningful involvement.

South Sudan: Alleged Sex Abuse By Aid Workers Unchecked for Years in UN-Run Camp

[The New Humanitarian] Malakal, South Sudan -- 'The people sexually exploiting and abusing women... are the very people meant to serve and protect them.'
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South Sudan: Alleged Sex Abuse By Aid Workers Unchecked for Years in UN-Run Camp

[The New Humanitarian] Malakal, South Sudan -- 'The people sexually exploiting and abusing women... are the very people meant to serve and protect them.'

Africa: 'Africans Face Shared Opposition in Transnational Activism to Advance LGBTQI+ Rights'

[allAfrica] In April 2022, the Centre for Human Rights (CHR) and the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS, and Gender (CSA&G) at the University of Pretoria together with the Center for Gender Studies and Feminist Futures (CGS) and the Center for Conflict Studies
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Africa: 'Africans Face Shared Opposition in Transnational Activism to Advance LGBTQI+ Rights'

[allAfrica] In April 2022, the Centre for Human Rights (CHR) and the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS, and Gender (CSA&G) at the University of Pretoria together with the Center for Gender Studies and Feminist Futures (CGS) and the Center for Conflict Studies (CCS) at the Philipps-University Marburg launched the first edition of the Pretoria-Marburg Queer Conversations. The conversations come from common interests in work on LGBTQI+ and queer identities among the centres.

Rwanda: Blame Game Will Not Fix DR Congo Problems - Kagame

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has told the United Nations General Assembly that rhetoric will not fix the security crisis in the DR Congo that has persisted for decades but tangible actions that are result oriented will.
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Rwanda: Blame Game Will Not Fix DR Congo Problems - Kagame

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has told the United Nations General Assembly that rhetoric will not fix the security crisis in the DR Congo that has persisted for decades but tangible actions that are result oriented will.

Rwanda/Equatorial Guinea: Amavubi Seek to Return to Winning Ways Against Equatorial Guinea

[New Times] Rwanda will face Equatorial Guinea in an international friendly game in Morocco on Friday, September 23, 2022 as both nations prepare for the 2023 Africa nations cup qualifiers.
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Rwanda/Equatorial Guinea: Amavubi Seek to Return to Winning Ways Against Equatorial Guinea

[New Times] Rwanda will face Equatorial Guinea in an international friendly game in Morocco on Friday, September 23, 2022 as both nations prepare for the 2023 Africa nations cup qualifiers.

Rwanda: Five Key Highlights From Latest Central Bank Economic Update

[New Times] The Central Bank, on September 22, shed light on how the economy performed in the first six months of 2022 and gave an outlook for the remaining period through the Monetary Policy and Financial Statement released twice-yearly.
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Rwanda: Five Key Highlights From Latest Central Bank Economic Update

[New Times] The Central Bank, on September 22, shed light on how the economy performed in the first six months of 2022 and gave an outlook for the remaining period through the Monetary Policy and Financial Statement released twice-yearly.

Cameroon: Military Acknowledges Troops Attacked Civilians, Killing Two Women

[VOA] Yaounde, Cameroon -- Cameroon's military says three members of its airborne battalion this week attacked civilians and killed two mothers in Nylbat, an English-speaking village in Andeck district.
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Cameroon: Military Acknowledges Troops Attacked Civilians, Killing Two Women

[VOA] Yaounde, Cameroon -- Cameroon's military says three members of its airborne battalion this week attacked civilians and killed two mothers in Nylbat, an English-speaking village in Andeck district.

Congo-Kinshasa: Ituri - in Djaiba, Local Population and Internally Displaced Persons Have Every Faith in MONUSCO

[Monusco] «Thanks to MONUSCO peacekeepers we have settled here. They protect us. The day they leave here, we will also have to move to avoid being killed by the Codecos,» said a displaced woman from the Djaiba camp, in the Walendu Djatsi sector, D
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Congo-Kinshasa: Ituri - in Djaiba, Local Population and Internally Displaced Persons Have Every Faith in MONUSCO

[Monusco] «Thanks to MONUSCO peacekeepers we have settled here. They protect us. The day they leave here, we will also have to move to avoid being killed by the Codecos,» said a displaced woman from the Djaiba camp, in the Walendu Djatsi sector, Djugu territory, on September 14, 2022. about 65 km from Bunia, in Ituri. This camp, located a few meters from MONUSCO base, is as large as five football fields and is home to more than six thousand people.

Nigeria: Regulatory Authority Considers Fuel Supply to Bakassi Fishers

[Premium Times] «At this point, the only option available to us is to travel from Bakassi to Calabar to source for petroleum products and in most cases, our people usually have problems with security agents.»
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Nigeria: Regulatory Authority Considers Fuel Supply to Bakassi Fishers

[Premium Times] «At this point, the only option available to us is to travel from Bakassi to Calabar to source for petroleum products and in most cases, our people usually have problems with security agents.»

Nigeria: Swiss-Based AOG Funded Joint Accounts With Nigerian Politicians, Others

[Premium Times] In the 1990s, executives at an obscure energy company bribed Nigerian officials to obtain spectacularly profitable oil mining licenses. Now, the Suisse Secrets project reveals that the company's parent firm poured money into Swiss bank account
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Nigeria: Swiss-Based AOG Funded Joint Accounts With Nigerian Politicians, Others

[Premium Times] In the 1990s, executives at an obscure energy company bribed Nigerian officials to obtain spectacularly profitable oil mining licenses. Now, the Suisse Secrets project reveals that the company's parent firm poured money into Swiss bank accounts held jointly by its employees and African elites, including a Nigerian spy chief.

West Africa: Junta Slams ECOWAS Chief's Transition 'Lies'

[RFI] Guinea's ruling military junta has accused the president of the West African regional bloc Ecowas of «lies» over his call for sanctions on Conakry if it seeks a three-year transition back to civilian rule.
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West Africa: Junta Slams ECOWAS Chief's Transition 'Lies'

[RFI] Guinea's ruling military junta has accused the president of the West African regional bloc Ecowas of «lies» over his call for sanctions on Conakry if it seeks a three-year transition back to civilian rule.

Rwanda: The Future is Digital, Kagame Tells UN General Assembly

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has said that there is all evidence to indicate that the future lies in digitalisation and that transformation is already underway.
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Rwanda: The Future is Digital, Kagame Tells UN General Assembly

[New Times] President Paul Kagame has said that there is all evidence to indicate that the future lies in digitalisation and that transformation is already underway.

Rwanda: Over Two Million Children Under 12 to Get Covid-19 Jabs

[New Times] Rwanda has started administering the Covid-19 vaccine to children aged between five and 11 years and it is expected that over two million children will benefit from the drive countrywide.
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Rwanda: Over Two Million Children Under 12 to Get Covid-19 Jabs

[New Times] Rwanda has started administering the Covid-19 vaccine to children aged between five and 11 years and it is expected that over two million children will benefit from the drive countrywide.

Nigeria: Nigeria's Universities Can Find Funds and Produce Job Creators - Here's How

[The Conversation Africa] Industrial action by Nigeria's university lecturers has entered its seventh month. The strike is one of the longest by academic staff in Africa's most populous country.
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Nigeria: Nigeria's Universities Can Find Funds and Produce Job Creators - Here's How

[The Conversation Africa] Industrial action by Nigeria's university lecturers has entered its seventh month. The strike is one of the longest by academic staff in Africa's most populous country.

Nigeria: Unga - What Buhari Told World Leaders About Russian Invasion, Climate Change, Others

[Premium Times] The Nigerian leader also spoke on other matters such as climate change and institutionalising democracy in Nigeria and other African countries.
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Nigeria: Unga - What Buhari Told World Leaders About Russian Invasion, Climate Change, Others

[Premium Times] The Nigerian leader also spoke on other matters such as climate change and institutionalising democracy in Nigeria and other African countries.

Africa: Answering the Challenges Posed By Antimicrobial Resistance on the Continent

[IPS] Staphylococcus aureus is the source of a skin infection that can turn deadly if drug resistant. Estimates regarding the most common resistant variation, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), exceed 100,000 deaths globally in 2019.
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Africa: Answering the Challenges Posed By Antimicrobial Resistance on the Continent

[IPS] Staphylococcus aureus is the source of a skin infection that can turn deadly if drug resistant. Estimates regarding the most common resistant variation, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), exceed 100,000 deaths globally in 2019.

Congo-Kinshasa: DR Congo President Denounces 'Aggression' By Rwanda, Calls On UN to Support African-Led Mediation

[UN News] The major challenges facing humanity «complex and interlocking,» Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, the President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), said on Tuesday evening, while he also noted that the DRC had faced decade
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Congo-Kinshasa: DR Congo President Denounces 'Aggression' By Rwanda, Calls On UN to Support African-Led Mediation

[UN News] The major challenges facing humanity «complex and interlocking,» Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, the President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), said on Tuesday evening, while he also noted that the DRC had faced decades of 'agression' at the hands of a neighbouring country.

Central African Republic: Central African Republic President Calls for Protecting the Environment #AfricaClimateCrisis

[UN News] The current session of the UN General Assembly provides a «solemn opportunity» to consider common challenges that are of serious concern to the future of humanity, President Faustin-Archange Touadéra of the Central African Republic (CAR
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Central African Republic: Central African Republic President Calls for Protecting the Environment #AfricaClimateCrisis

[UN News] The current session of the UN General Assembly provides a «solemn opportunity» to consider common challenges that are of serious concern to the future of humanity, President Faustin-Archange Touadéra of the Central African Republic (CAR) told the global gathering on Tuesday

Congo-Kinshasa: Tshisekedi Hits Out At Rwanda Over Alleged Backing of DRC Rebels

[RFI] Democratic Republic of Congo President Felix Tshisekedi on Tuesday renewed accusations that Rwanda is fanning rebel groups in his country during an address at the United Nations.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Tshisekedi Hits Out At Rwanda Over Alleged Backing of DRC Rebels

[RFI] Democratic Republic of Congo President Felix Tshisekedi on Tuesday renewed accusations that Rwanda is fanning rebel groups in his country during an address at the United Nations.

Cameroon: Women Say They Are Under-Represented in Peace Talks

[VOA] Yaounde -- In Cameroon, hundreds of women are protesting what they say is their underrepresentation in the country's efforts at peace, despite making up more than half the population. Women say they are most affected by the separatist conflict in Camero
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Cameroon: Women Say They Are Under-Represented in Peace Talks

[VOA] Yaounde -- In Cameroon, hundreds of women are protesting what they say is their underrepresentation in the country's efforts at peace, despite making up more than half the population. Women say they are most affected by the separatist conflict in Cameroon's western regions as well as by Boko Haram terrorism on the border with Nigeria.

Zimbabwe: Heads Must Roll Over U.S.$1,6 Million Parliament Laptops Scandal - Mliswa

[New Zimbabwe] The African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (APNAC) has called for action against corruption saying the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) should probe the administration of parliament after it gave its nod to a shady US$1,6 million la
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Zimbabwe: Heads Must Roll Over U.S.$1,6 Million Parliament Laptops Scandal - Mliswa

[New Zimbabwe] The African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (APNAC) has called for action against corruption saying the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) should probe the administration of parliament after it gave its nod to a shady US$1,6 million laptop supply deal.

Zimbabwe: I'm Not Going Anywhere, Boasts Ruling Party's Wadyajena Despite U.S.$5 Million Fraud Arrest

[New Zimbabwe] Harare -- Flamboyant Zanu PF legislator Justice Mayor Wadyajena has told opponents pushing for his ouster from a key Parliamentary committee that he is not going anywhere and will stay in post until 2030.
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Zimbabwe: I'm Not Going Anywhere, Boasts Ruling Party's Wadyajena Despite U.S.$5 Million Fraud Arrest

[New Zimbabwe] Harare -- Flamboyant Zanu PF legislator Justice Mayor Wadyajena has told opponents pushing for his ouster from a key Parliamentary committee that he is not going anywhere and will stay in post until 2030.

East Africa: U.S. 'Tracking Eritrean Troop Movements Across the Border' With Ethiopia - Special Envoy

[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -- The U.S. Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa, Mike Hammer, told media this afternoon that the U.S. was «tracking» recent Eritrean troop movements along the Ethiopian border. The Envoy's remark came shortly after Ti
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East Africa: U.S. 'Tracking Eritrean Troop Movements Across the Border' With Ethiopia - Special Envoy

[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -- The U.S. Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa, Mike Hammer, told media this afternoon that the U.S. was «tracking» recent Eritrean troop movements along the Ethiopian border. The Envoy's remark came shortly after Tigrayan authorities said that «Eritrean forces have launched full scale offensive in all fronts today,» and days after news reports emerged that Eritrea was «mobilizing» its military reservist.

Cameroon: Women Say They Are Underrepresented in Peace Talks

[VOA] Yaounde -- In Cameroon, hundreds of women are protesting what they say is their underrepresentation in the country's efforts at peace, despite making up more than half the population. Women say they are most affected by the separatist conflict in Camero
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Cameroon: Women Say They Are Underrepresented in Peace Talks

[VOA] Yaounde -- In Cameroon, hundreds of women are protesting what they say is their underrepresentation in the country's efforts at peace, despite making up more than half the population. Women say they are most affected by the separatist conflict in Cameroon's western regions as well as by Boko Haram terrorism on the border with Nigeria.

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