Mobile testing for COVID-19 in South Africa
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Mobile testing for COVID-19 in South Africa

South Africans queued outside a clinic in Johannesburg Friday to get tested for the coronavirus.…

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Central Kinshasa to be quarantined for 14 days next Monday
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Central Kinshasa to be quarantined for 14 days next Monday

Scenes of traffic jams are expected to become rarer in downtown Kinshasa from Monday April…

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EU to channel more aid to Africa to help cope with COVID-19
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EU to channel more aid to Africa to help cope with COVID-19

The European Union has agreed to try to channel more aid to Africa to help…

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Africa’s ventilator dystopia, Ethiopia trains doctors on COVID-19 lifesavers
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Africa’s ventilator dystopia, Ethiopia trains doctors on COVID-19 lifesavers

The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on Africa is exacerbated by poor heath systems and…

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Kenya president apologizes for police excesses during curfew
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Kenya president apologizes for police excesses during curfew

President Uhuru Kenyatta, apologized to Kenyans for reported police brutality in enforcing a curfew imposed…

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‘Close up’ social distancing as Lagos distributes coronavirus food aid
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‘Close up’ social distancing as Lagos distributes coronavirus food aid

Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial hub, is the country’s most impacted with coronavirus infection. As of April…

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Why some Angolans are defying coronavirus lockdown
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Why some Angolans are defying coronavirus lockdown

President Joao Lourenco of Angola recently declared a state of health emergency and ordered a…

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Nigeria’s IDPs concerned about COVID-19 infection
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Nigeria’s IDPs concerned about COVID-19 infection

There are deep concern among internally displaced persons in the north-eastern region of Maiduguri in…

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Low voter turn out in Mali’s legislative polls
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Low voter turn out in Mali’s legislative polls

Officials in Mali said Thursday that voter turnout for the country;’s legislative elections was just…

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Art and music classes go online in Vietnam amid coronavirus concerns
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Art and music classes go online in Vietnam amid coronavirus concerns

*As authorities ban large gatherings and all non-essential businesses, including gyms, some Vietnamese arts instructors…

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