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Boeing 2016 internal messages suggest employees may have misled FAA on...

Boeing Co (BA.N) turned over instant messages from 2016 between two employees that suggest the airplane maker may have misled the Federal Aviation Administration...

Namibians head to polls in November amid economic crisis

Namibian president will be seeking his second and final term this coming November even as voters complain about the worst economic crisis since independence...

One-wheeled juggling gets Lagos children off streets

Children under the age of 15 now have something to smile about in Nigeria, Lagos as they learn new skills at unicycle academy. Among those...

WHO: Tuberculosis infections declining but not fast enough among the poor

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and its latest Global TB Report, about 10 million people developed TB in 2018 with three million...

Merck’s Ebola vaccine, hailed as a triumph, wins EU approval

The world’s first Ebola vaccine was approved by European drugs regulators on Friday in a move hailed by the World Health Organization (WHO) as...

NASA makes “Herstory” with first ever female spacewalk

NASA made history on Friday, by undertaking the first ever all female crew spacewalk. The much-anticipated milestone for NASA was achieved by Christina Koch and...

Egyptians in Lebanon advised to avoid protest areas

Egypt called on its nationals in Beirut to avoid protest areas whenever possible. Lebanon's decision to tax WhatsApp calls sparked unrest. Lebanese citizens are also...

Nigeria and Benin working for quick resolution to border issue

Nigeria sought to reassure Ghana that it wants to quickly resolve issues affecting the ease of trade between them following Nigeria’s closure of its...

Chinese president stresses effort to win battle against poverty

Chinese President, Xi says China should stick to its poverty relief target and make continuous efforts for a victory in the battle against poverty. Xi said...

Kenya wins delay of its border dispute case with Somalia

The International Court of Justice has approved a request by Kenya to delay the public hearing of its maritime boundary case with Somalia. In September,...
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