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Death toll in Sudan Darfur violence climbs to 80

More than 80 people have been killed in Sudan in two days of fighting between rival ethnic groups in the Darfur region, a doctor’s union...

Malawi imposes first lockdown measures as virus flares

Malawi is set to roll out a first set of anti-coronavirus restrictions this week, the president said, after overruling a court ban on lockdown...

Ghanaian president instructs security services to enforce COVID-19 protocols

Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo instructed the security services Sunday to enforce strict adherence to the COVID-19 prevention protocols to curb rising infections. In...

Algeria crude oil output tumbles in 2020

Algeria's oil revenues collapsed in 2020, according to energy ministry figures released Sunday, exacerbating an economic crisis in the North African country which is...

Global uncertainty hampers oil blocks auction in Angola

The COVID-19 pandemic is significantly jeopardizing the intention of Angola's National Oil and Gas Agency (ANPG) to auction nine new oil blocks concessions, a...

UK aims to give 1st COVID-19 shot to all adults by...

The United Kingdom is vaccinating 140 people per minute against COVID-19 on average, and plans to offer a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine to every...

U.S. completes withdrawal of troops from Somalia

The U.S. removed its last remaining troops from Somalia over the weekend. The withdrawal is one of the final acts of the outgoing Trump administration...

Rwanda closes schools in Kigali due to COVID-19 surge

All schools operating in Rwanda's capital city of Kigali are closed until further notice in order to further contain the spread of COVID-19, especially in...

Egypt’s rejection of foreign interference in Libya helps preserve political path:...

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi on Saturday said that his country's rejection of foreign military interference in Libya and its designation of Libya's Sirte and...

At least 500 pigs killed by African swine fever in Tanzania

At least 500 pigs have been killed by the African swine fever in Tanzania's northern district of Kahama in Shinyanga region, an official said...
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