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Thailand seizes 3 tonnes of Kenyan Ivory

Customs officials in Thailand have seized 3 tonnes of ivory hidden in tea leaf sacks from Kenya in the second-biggest bust in the country's...

Political landscape of Burundi

  The political landscape of Burundi has been dominated in recent years by the civil war and a long peace process and move to democracy. The...

Instant self-test HIV kit launches in Britain

Britain's first legally-approved HIV self-testing kit went on sale online on Monday, promising a result in just 15 minutes with a 99.7 percent accuracy...

Omar al-Bashir wins Sudan’s elections

Sudan's President,  Omar al-Bashir has been re-elected with 94% of the vote, the National Electoral Commission said. Bashir's victory only means that he can now...

Protests in Burundi against the president’s 3rd term bid

  Protesters took to the streets in Burundi for a second day on Monday after activists said at least five people were killed in unrest ...

Kenyans and Liberians in US more likely to suffer from heart...

Kenyans and Liberians in the United States are more likely to report having diabetes or hypertension than other African immigrants, a study has found. The...

South Africans mark Freedom day

South Africans are marking freedom day today and 21 years of democracy amid violence that wrongly portrayed the nation as xenophobic. This year also marks...

Xenophobic attack: South Africa committed to good relations with Nigeria

South Africa remains committed to maintaining friendly relations with Nigeria after Abuja recalled its ambassador to Pretoria in the wake of attacks on immigrants. Nigeria...

Sudan pyramids: Stunning reminder of the ancient Nubian kingdom

In Sudan, a nation riddled with war and poverty, lies a hidden archaeological treasure. The country has more pyramids than even its most famous...

Nepal:Rescue efforts continue following deadly Earthquake

Governments and international aid organizations have swung  into action to help Nepal cope with the Earthquake disaster that has left more than 3000 people...
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