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AFCON: Madagascar Stun Uganda as Kenya Edge Out Comoros

Madagascar delivered the shock result of the weekend in the 2015 Africa cup of nations qualifiers when they beat a visiting Uganda side 2-1....

World Leaders Unify in Hunt for Nigerian Girls

In west Africa, where leaders from the region have agreed on a regional plan of action to combat Boko Haram, the Islamist group that...

Somalia’s Thriving Agriculture

Livestock production has been the mainstay of Somalia's economy. However, over the years, agriculture has developed to a point where local farmers now feed...

Malawi: Presidential candidates wrap up campaigns ahead of Tuesday’s vote

President Dr. Joyce Banda, the ruling People's Party candidate held her final campaign rally in her home town of Songani ahead of the country's...

Revisiting Kenya’s Latest Terror Attack

10 people dead and over 80 injured in Kenya's latest terror attack.  As yet no one has claimed responsibility but authorities say three people...

Liberia’s First Court Outside Of The Capital Getting Ready To Open

It's taken 10 years to get there but finally Liberia's first court outside of the capital is getting ready to officially open.  Moving justice...

Ethiopia’s First Express Way

Ethiopia inaugurated its first express way on the 5th of May, when the Chinese premier, Li Keqiang, was in the country. Construction of the...

Nigeria: Parliament Debate State Of Emergency In Northeast

Nigeria's House of Representatives on Thursday approved President Goodluck Jonathan's request for a six-month extension of a state of emergency in three northeastern states,...

Liberia’s Police Force, Face Criticism For Endemic Corruption

Their duty is to serve and protect Liberian citizens, but according to NGO Human Rights Watch they are failing the public. For years, Liberia's...

Egyptians Hopeful of Restoration After Elections

Tourism is a main source of income for Egypt. But this is one of the sectors that have suffered the most battering since political...
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