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eSwatini confirms country’s first case of COVID-19

The tiny, land-locked kingdom of eSwatini has reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19. The country's health ministry acknowledged the infection in a statement...

Man arrested in Florida in connection with package bombs sent to...

Federal authorities have arrested a man in Plantation, Florida connected with a series of allegedly connected package bombs sent to prominent Democrats and Democratic...

Egypt sends 2nd batch of humanitarian aid to Sudan

Egypt has sent a second batch of humanitarian aid to neighboring Sudan in support of the country's stability, Egyptian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.   The aid...

Finance Ministry: alleged fraud against Angola aimed to take $1.5 billion

People involved in an alleged scheme to defraud Angola’s government laid out plans to secure as much as $1.5 billion, the finance ministry said...

Ramaphosa praises Kabila’s ‘respect’ for DRC constitution

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday praised DRC President Joseph Kabila, the outgoing , for his "respect for the constitution". The two presidents met...

What would happen if Aliens met Nigerians?

In recent years Nigerians have often taken to twitter to talk about issues in the communities or raise awareness of particular problems they have....

Ethiopia reiterates support for South Sudan peace process

Ethiopia will remain steadfast in its support for South Sudan’s peace process, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Gedu Andargachew said on Saturday ahead of...

Researchers find “no evidence of manipulation” in Chinese virus data, dismiss...

Researchers in the US and UK say they’ve found “no evidence of manipulation” in the Chinese reported data for COVID-19 figures.  A new study, published...

Bekele misses world record by 2 seconds in the Berlin Marathon

Kenenisa Bekele of Ethiopia stormed to the Berlin Marathon victory but missed the World record being held by a Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge by two...

#SierraLeoneDecides: Election run-off likely to happen as ballot counting continues

  Civil society organizations have projected an election run off for the presidential vote in the Sierra Leone elections. Local and international civil society organisations who...
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