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Both sides are due to sign the deal in full on Saturday in Juba, the capital of neighbouring South Sudan, after putting their initials to the agreement at the end of last month
US Secretary of Defence Mark Esper heads to Algeria Thursday to bolster ties, as the North African nation tries to mediate ...
Africa is losing nearly $89 billion a year in illicit financial flows such as tax evasion and theft, amounting to more ...
Official unemployment in South Africa fell to 23.3 percent of the workforce between April and June, according to survey ...
The EU, several member states and the World Bank have signed a deal for almost $190 million in direct financial aid to ...
Victoire Tomegah Dogbe, 60, named the first ever female prime minister to head the government in Togo
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Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta extended for two months on Monday a nationwide curfew intended to curb the coronavirus, ...
Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has said that normalising ties with Israel was a "complicated" issue ...
Heavily-armed jihadists killed six members of a civilian militia pursuing them after an attack in Burkina Faso's east, ...
Central African Republic's president said on Saturday he would stand for a second term in the December election, pressing ...
Somali and Kenyan troops engaged in a minutes-long firefight on Saturday at the two countries' shared border, local ...
An armed militia killed at least 15 people in a pre-dawn attack on Friday in western Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Human Rights ...
From Sao Paulo to Sweden, thousands of people around the world, including priests, police, ministers and frontline workers, have posted clips of themselves dancing to South African house song "Jerusalema".
High-ranking politicians and bureaucrats in South Sudan have siphoned off at least $36 million in public funds, sometimes ...
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