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Africa:How Bloodless Test Will Reduce Time in Diagnosis of Malaria

[East African] As undergraduate students at Makerere University, Brian Gitta and his classmates regularly missed classes because of malaria.
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Africa:How Bloodless Test Will Reduce Time in Diagnosis of Malaria

[East African] As undergraduate students at Makerere University, Brian Gitta and his classmates regularly missed classes because of malaria.

Nigeria:Herdsmen-Farmers Conflicts Becoming Deadlier - UN Envoy

[Premium Times] The Special Representative of UN Secretary-General for West Africa and the Sahel, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, says the conflicts between herdsmen and farmers in Nigeria are becoming more sophisticated and deadlier.
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Nigeria:Herdsmen-Farmers Conflicts Becoming Deadlier - UN Envoy

[Premium Times] The Special Representative of UN Secretary-General for West Africa and the Sahel, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, says the conflicts between herdsmen and farmers in Nigeria are becoming more sophisticated and deadlier.

Tanzania:Why Obama Visit to Tanzania Kept a Secret

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The coming of prominent leaders like former US President Barrack Obama and the President of the Switzerland, Mr Alain Berset, is a blessing to Tanzania's tourism, the country's chief tourism promoter has said.
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Tanzania:Why Obama Visit to Tanzania Kept a Secret

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The coming of prominent leaders like former US President Barrack Obama and the President of the Switzerland, Mr Alain Berset, is a blessing to Tanzania's tourism, the country's chief tourism promoter has said.

Africa:Africa's First Online Database On Education Research

[SciDev.Net] An open access database on education research conducted by Africa-based researchers has been launched to raise the visibility and impact of such research.
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Africa:Africa's First Online Database On Education Research

[SciDev.Net] An open access database on education research conducted by Africa-based researchers has been launched to raise the visibility and impact of such research.

Nigeria:How the Saraki-Led National Assembly Visit Can Boost U.S. Ties

[allAfrica] Washington, DC -The President of the Nigerian Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, led a delegation of the Nigerian National Assembly on an important three-day working visit to the U.S. capitol last week.
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Nigeria:How the Saraki-Led National Assembly Visit Can Boost U.S. Ties

[allAfrica] Washington, DC -The President of the Nigerian Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, led a delegation of the Nigerian National Assembly on an important three-day working visit to the U.S. capitol last week.

South Africa:Racial Discrimination Still Exists in US and SA - Obama

[News24Wire] One of the world's most admired former presidents Barack Obama has acknowledged that racism still exists in the US and in South Africa.
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South Africa:Racial Discrimination Still Exists in US and SA - Obama

[News24Wire] One of the world's most admired former presidents Barack Obama has acknowledged that racism still exists in the US and in South Africa.

Africa:Eliminating Neglected Tropical Diseases in Africa

[Speak Up Africa] KIGALI, July 17, 2018 -- The Expanded Special Project for Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases (ESPEN) convenes national Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Programme Managers and partners at its first annual meeting to review the region
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Africa:Eliminating Neglected Tropical Diseases in Africa

[Speak Up Africa] KIGALI, July 17, 2018 -- The Expanded Special Project for Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases (ESPEN) convenes national Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) Programme Managers and partners at its first annual meeting to review the regional and national progress towards NTD elimination in Africa.

Nigeria:Alarm Over Rise in Skin Bleaching Among Nigerians

[Vanguard] Worried by the increase in skin bleaching among Nigerians and unregulated sale of bleaching agents in the country, dermatologists have raised the alarm over the effects of the practice.
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Nigeria:Alarm Over Rise in Skin Bleaching Among Nigerians

[Vanguard] Worried by the increase in skin bleaching among Nigerians and unregulated sale of bleaching agents in the country, dermatologists have raised the alarm over the effects of the practice.

Uganda:Lake Edward - the Source of Uganda, DRC Row

[Deutsche Welle] Named after a British prince, and classified as an important international wetland, Lake Edward is the smallest in Africa's Great Lakes region. Why are Uganda and DR Congo at odds over it?
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Uganda:Lake Edward - the Source of Uganda, DRC Row

[Deutsche Welle] Named after a British prince, and classified as an important international wetland, Lake Edward is the smallest in Africa's Great Lakes region. Why are Uganda and DR Congo at odds over it?

Cameroon:Chimp traffickers Arrested in Douala

[Camer.be] The main culprit, a 30-year-old man, had been keeping the chimp for some time and decided to sell it. It is in the process of trying to sell the chimp that he was arrested. He arrived on a bike with the chimpanzee that was placed inside a cage and
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Cameroon:Chimp traffickers Arrested in Douala

[Camer.be] The main culprit, a 30-year-old man, had been keeping the chimp for some time and decided to sell it. It is in the process of trying to sell the chimp that he was arrested. He arrived on a bike with the chimpanzee that was placed inside a cage and hidden inside a carton box to avoid people seeing what he transported. The carton box was strapped on a bike and when he arrived the scene of transaction, he called for an accomplice who had been keeping watch over the area and they both unloaded the box and step

Cameroon:Reaction Mixed as Biya Prepares to Run Again

[VOA] There have been mixed reactions in Cameroon following President Paul Biya's announcement that he will run for re-election. Biya has been president for 36 years and if he wins another mandate he will be 92 years old by the time his term ends.
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Cameroon:Reaction Mixed as Biya Prepares to Run Again

[VOA] There have been mixed reactions in Cameroon following President Paul Biya's announcement that he will run for re-election. Biya has been president for 36 years and if he wins another mandate he will be 92 years old by the time his term ends.

South Africa:Blame Politicians, Not Mandela, for Unfinished Business

[The Conversation Africa] July 2018 marks Nelson Mandela's centenary year. Why is he still so revered across the world? The answer simply is that he is widely regarded as the personification of values which he spent much of his life fighting for. These includ
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South Africa:Blame Politicians, Not Mandela, for Unfinished Business

[The Conversation Africa] July 2018 marks Nelson Mandela's centenary year. Why is he still so revered across the world? The answer simply is that he is widely regarded as the personification of values which he spent much of his life fighting for. These included social justice, democracy, and freedom.

Africa:Blame Politicians, Not Mandela, for Unfinished Business

[The Conversation Africa] July 2018 marks Nelson Mandela's centenary year. Why is he still so revered across the world? The answer simply is that he is widely regarded as the personification of values which he spent much of his life fighting for. These includ
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Africa:Blame Politicians, Not Mandela, for Unfinished Business

[The Conversation Africa] July 2018 marks Nelson Mandela's centenary year. Why is he still so revered across the world? The answer simply is that he is widely regarded as the personification of values which he spent much of his life fighting for. These included social justice, democracy, and freedom.

Uganda:Volunteer Tells of His Two Months at the World Cup

[Monitor] Moscow -The curtains fell on the Fifa World Cup in Russia yesterday after the final match of the tournament, between France and Croatia, was played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow to determine the best team in the world.
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Uganda:Volunteer Tells of His Two Months at the World Cup

[Monitor] Moscow -The curtains fell on the Fifa World Cup in Russia yesterday after the final match of the tournament, between France and Croatia, was played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow to determine the best team in the world.

Africa:Ethiopian, Eritrean Leaders Embrace as Thousands Cheer

[VOA] Thousands cheered in Addis Ababa Sunday as the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea embraced at a concert celebrating a peace deal between the two former mortal foes.
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Africa:Ethiopian, Eritrean Leaders Embrace as Thousands Cheer

[VOA] Thousands cheered in Addis Ababa Sunday as the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea embraced at a concert celebrating a peace deal between the two former mortal foes.

South Africa:Exposé on Diepsloot Rape Culture Makes Waves

[allAfrica] Cape Town -A 43-minute documentary by BBC Africa crime reporter Golden Mtika on the prevalence of rape in Diepsloot has shocked social media users. «This is one of the most dangerous places in Johannesburg,» Mtika says during the film
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South Africa:Exposé on Diepsloot Rape Culture Makes Waves

[allAfrica] Cape Town -A 43-minute documentary by BBC Africa crime reporter Golden Mtika on the prevalence of rape in Diepsloot has shocked social media users. «This is one of the most dangerous places in Johannesburg,» Mtika says during the film. «If you are found to be walking at night, you risk your life 100%. Rape is something that is very common, and it can often end in murder too».

Kenya:14 Top Kenya Power Officials Due in Court Over Graft

[Capital FM] Fourteen top officials of the Kenya Power will be charged Monday morning over corruption, in a scandal involving the purchase of faulty transformers worth Sh4.5 billion.
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Kenya:14 Top Kenya Power Officials Due in Court Over Graft

[Capital FM] Fourteen top officials of the Kenya Power will be charged Monday morning over corruption, in a scandal involving the purchase of faulty transformers worth Sh4.5 billion.

East Africa:A New Game Emerging in the Horn of Africa

[SudaNow] A combination of international, regional behind the scenes mediation and support coupled with indigenous emerging will to compromise is setting the stage for a dramatic change in the Horn of Africa, but the main question remains is whether all that
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East Africa:A New Game Emerging in the Horn of Africa

[SudaNow] A combination of international, regional behind the scenes mediation and support coupled with indigenous emerging will to compromise is setting the stage for a dramatic change in the Horn of Africa, but the main question remains is whether all that could be sustained and that peace will finally be delivered to the region.

Seychelles:Seychelles Revises Outdated Mental Health Law

[Seychelles News Agency] Mentally ill patients in Seychelles will now have a say on how they are treated and can appeal against decisions they do not approve in a court being set up for them, the health minister has said.
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Seychelles:Seychelles Revises Outdated Mental Health Law

[Seychelles News Agency] Mentally ill patients in Seychelles will now have a say on how they are treated and can appeal against decisions they do not approve in a court being set up for them, the health minister has said.

Angola:Flying in the Face of Justice

[Maka] Jean-Claude Bastos de Morais, the Swiss-Angolan 'businessman' who is accused of masterminding a conspiracy to defraud the Angolan Republic of untold millions of dollars, is enjoying life as a free man in Angola, despite being the subject of police inve
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Angola:Flying in the Face of Justice

[Maka] Jean-Claude Bastos de Morais, the Swiss-Angolan 'businessman' who is accused of masterminding a conspiracy to defraud the Angolan Republic of untold millions of dollars, is enjoying life as a free man in Angola, despite being the subject of police investigations and criminal and civil lawsuits in several countries.

Cameroon:Soldiers Allegedly Murder Boko Haram Suspects

[CAJ News] Yaounde -Cameroon soldiers are accused of murdering two women and a similar number of children alleged to be members of the Boko Haram terror group.
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Cameroon:Soldiers Allegedly Murder Boko Haram Suspects

[CAJ News] Yaounde -Cameroon soldiers are accused of murdering two women and a similar number of children alleged to be members of the Boko Haram terror group.

Central African Republic:Bemba Acquittal Overturns Victory for Sexual Violence Victims

[The Conversation Africa] In early June the International Criminal Court appeals chamber acquitted Jean-Pierre Bemba in a 3-2 ruling. Two years ago Bemba was sentenced to 18 years' for his role, as military commander, for atrocities committed in Central Afric
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Central African Republic:Bemba Acquittal Overturns Victory for Sexual Violence Victims

[The Conversation Africa] In early June the International Criminal Court appeals chamber acquitted Jean-Pierre Bemba in a 3-2 ruling. Two years ago Bemba was sentenced to 18 years' for his role, as military commander, for atrocities committed in Central African Republic (CAR).

Zimbabwe:'New' Zanu-PF Shows Itself Ahead of Zimbabwe's Elections

[New Zimbabwe] Harare -This past week it was surprising for some journalists to be invited to attend a press conference at national police headquarters, not far from Zimbabwe's old and elegant State House.
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Zimbabwe:'New' Zanu-PF Shows Itself Ahead of Zimbabwe's Elections

[New Zimbabwe] Harare -This past week it was surprising for some journalists to be invited to attend a press conference at national police headquarters, not far from Zimbabwe's old and elegant State House.

Angola:Angola's Ambassador to Portugal Calls for Greater Control of Citizens

[ANGOP] Lisbon -Angolan Consulate in Lisbon must continue to identify the whereabouts of Angolan citizens residing in Portugal to improve their needs and bring them closer to state institutions, said Ambassador Carlos Alberto Fonseca.
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Angola:Angola's Ambassador to Portugal Calls for Greater Control of Citizens

[ANGOP] Lisbon -Angolan Consulate in Lisbon must continue to identify the whereabouts of Angolan citizens residing in Portugal to improve their needs and bring them closer to state institutions, said Ambassador Carlos Alberto Fonseca.

South Africa:Kevin Anderson - Game, Set and South Africa On the Map

[Daily Maverick] Kevin Anderson might not have won the Wimbledon title, but his performances over the last 18 months have done a great job at raising the profile of the sport.
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South Africa:Kevin Anderson - Game, Set and South Africa On the Map

[Daily Maverick] Kevin Anderson might not have won the Wimbledon title, but his performances over the last 18 months have done a great job at raising the profile of the sport.

Nigeria:Cybercrime - Benin Republic Releases Seven Nigerian Students

[Premium Times] Seven out of the 12 Nigerian students detained on allegations of Cybercrime have been released in Benin Republic, says Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora.
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Nigeria:Cybercrime - Benin Republic Releases Seven Nigerian Students

[Premium Times] Seven out of the 12 Nigerian students detained on allegations of Cybercrime have been released in Benin Republic, says Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora.

Nigeria:Nigerian Students Protest in Cambridge

[This Day] Troubled by the incessant killings across Nigeria and the recent carnage in Plateau State, some Nigerian students in Cambridge, UK took to the streets of Cambridge to call for action from the Nigerian government.
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Nigeria:Nigerian Students Protest in Cambridge

[This Day] Troubled by the incessant killings across Nigeria and the recent carnage in Plateau State, some Nigerian students in Cambridge, UK took to the streets of Cambridge to call for action from the Nigerian government.

Rwanda:Young Innovators Develop Solar-Powered Technology to Manage Farming Remotely

[New Times] Farmers will be able to manage farming practices such as effective irrigation of their crops without necessarily being at their farms thanks to a solar-powered technology developed by Rwandan young innovators.
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Rwanda:Young Innovators Develop Solar-Powered Technology to Manage Farming Remotely

[New Times] Farmers will be able to manage farming practices such as effective irrigation of their crops without necessarily being at their farms thanks to a solar-powered technology developed by Rwandan young innovators.

Congo-Kinshasa:Villages 'Reduced to Ash' Amid 'Barbaric Violence'

[UN News] Humanitarian needs are enormous in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, has reported accounts of «barbaric violence».
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Congo-Kinshasa:Villages 'Reduced to Ash' Amid 'Barbaric Violence'

[UN News] Humanitarian needs are enormous in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, has reported accounts of «barbaric violence».

Kenya:Obama's Family Village Joyfully Awaits Barack

[Nation] Nyang'oma Kogelo village in Siaya County has come to life as villagers await the arrival of their son, former US President Barack Obama who jets into the country on Sunday.
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Kenya:Obama's Family Village Joyfully Awaits Barack

[Nation] Nyang'oma Kogelo village in Siaya County has come to life as villagers await the arrival of their son, former US President Barack Obama who jets into the country on Sunday.

South Sudan:Lawmakers Give Kiir Three More Years While UN Imposes Sanctions

[Deutsche Welle] Lawmakers in Juba have voted to extend the term of President Kiir and the transitional parliament by three years. Meanwhile the UN has imposed an arms embargo on South Sudan and sanctioned two military officials.
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South Sudan:Lawmakers Give Kiir Three More Years While UN Imposes Sanctions

[Deutsche Welle] Lawmakers in Juba have voted to extend the term of President Kiir and the transitional parliament by three years. Meanwhile the UN has imposed an arms embargo on South Sudan and sanctioned two military officials.

East Africa:Now Eritrea's President Visits Addis

[Deutsche Welle] Ethiopia has welcomed Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki for his first visit in 22 years. The visit shores up a remarkable improvement in relations after a generation of mutual mistrust and enmity.
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East Africa:Now Eritrea's President Visits Addis

[Deutsche Welle] Ethiopia has welcomed Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki for his first visit in 22 years. The visit shores up a remarkable improvement in relations after a generation of mutual mistrust and enmity.

Africa:Are Migrants Handing the World Cup to France?

[allAfrica] Les Bleus have progressed to the final of the World Cup tournament and are set to meet Croatia on Sunday, having triumphed 2-1 over England. A goal from Cameroon-born French defender Samuel Umtiti was all they needed to overcome a solid Belgian te
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Africa:Are Migrants Handing the World Cup to France?

[allAfrica] Les Bleus have progressed to the final of the World Cup tournament and are set to meet Croatia on Sunday, having triumphed 2-1 over England. A goal from Cameroon-born French defender Samuel Umtiti was all they needed to overcome a solid Belgian team.

Cameroon:Credible Evidence That Army Responsible for Extrajudicial Executions

[AI London] An investigation by Amnesty International experts has gathered credible evidence that it was Cameroonian soldiers depicted in a video carrying out the horrific extrajudicial executions of two women and two young children. While an investigation ha
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Cameroon:Credible Evidence That Army Responsible for Extrajudicial Executions

[AI London] An investigation by Amnesty International experts has gathered credible evidence that it was Cameroonian soldiers depicted in a video carrying out the horrific extrajudicial executions of two women and two young children. While an investigation has now been announced, the Ministry of Communication earlier dismissed video footage of the killings as «fake news».

Congo-Kinshasa:Why Congo's Decision to Open National Parks to Drilling Isn't Really About Oil

[African Arguments] The DRC says it will allow oil drilling in two UNESCO world heritage sites. Here are three points to help us understand this move.
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Congo-Kinshasa:Why Congo's Decision to Open National Parks to Drilling Isn't Really About Oil

[African Arguments] The DRC says it will allow oil drilling in two UNESCO world heritage sites. Here are three points to help us understand this move.

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