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Labour strike: Power outage in Imo beyond us – EEDC begs customers

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company PLC, EEDC, has explained that the prolonged power outage in the whole of Imo State, occasioned by the organized...

DRC: two years of M23 rebellion

The M23 rebellion took up arms again in November 2021 in the province of North Kivu, in the east of the Democratic Republic of...

Libya deports 600 undocumented Egyptians

Some 600 Egyptian nationals residing illegally in Libya queued, Monday (Nov. 06), outside the Tripoli based- Directorate of Combatting Illegal Migration (DCIM) to receive...

More than 20 villagers killed in Cameroon attack

Separatist rebels killed nearly 20 people, including women and children, in an attack on a village in one of Cameroon's restive Anglophone regions, the...

former guinean leader Dadis Camara escapes from prison in a jailbreak

Gunmen stormed the main prison in Guinea's capital early Saturday and freed former dictator Moussa “Dadis” Camara, the country's justice minister said, announcing the...

“Time running out to prevent Genocide in Gaza”, UN human rights experts

A group of UN-mandated human rights experts, including the special rapporteur on the occupied Palestinian territories, said on Thursday (Nov. 02) that  "time is...

Dozens of Burkina localities besieged by armed jihadist groups: Amnesty

Armed jihadist groups are holding at least 46 locations across Burkina Faso under siege in July, preventing access to food and drinking water and...

Uganda: American couple fined in adopted child torture case

An American couple initially accused of torturing their adopted child were fined US$29,000 by a Ugandan court on Tuesday after pleading guilty to lesser...

Chad military government allows opposition leader Succes Masra back

Chad's military government and one of its main opponents, Succès Masra, signed an agreement on Tuesday for his return after a year in forced...

After the coup d’état, gloomy prospects for Niger’s economy

Three months after the 26 July coup that toppled Niger's President Mohamed Bazoum, sanctions imposed by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)...

Tortoise haven turns into a major tourist attraction in Kenya

Lovely tortoises are gracefully eating as they enjoy the tranquility of their surrounding in a remote town of Mogotio in Kenya. At this Tortoise farm,...

Kenya to scrap visas for all African visitors by year-end

Kenyan President William Ruto has announced the impending removal of visa requirements for all African visitors by the end of this year. Speaking at an...

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