China’s coronavirus: Nigeria, Kenya, SA issue alerts; Ethiopian tasked to ‘act’
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China’s coronavirus: Nigeria, Kenya, SA issue alerts; Ethiopian tasked to ‘act’

Asian countries ramp up screening of new virus that has hit China, the highly contagious…

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Seychelles could be on the brink of overtourism [Travel]
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Seychelles could be on the brink of overtourism [Travel]

The Seychelles – the Indian Ocean archipelago, a chain of 115 islands, is a byword…

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U.N. chief urges Libyan factions to firm up ceasefire deal
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U.N. chief urges Libyan factions to firm up ceasefire deal

The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday urged Libya’s warring parties to quickly conclude a…

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Cameroonian striker Toko Ekambi joins Lyon on loan from Villarreal
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Cameroonian striker Toko Ekambi joins Lyon on loan from Villarreal

Cameroonian striker Karl Toko Ekambi has officially signed with French top tier side, Olympique Lyon.…

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Year-old Cameroonian twins return home after separation surgery in France
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Year-old Cameroonian twins return home after separation surgery in France

Their names are Bissie and Eyenga, the one-year-old sisters recently underwent a successful operation in…

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How social media outrage saved bony, starving lions in Sudan zoo
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How social media outrage saved bony, starving lions in Sudan zoo

At an impoverished, forlorn zoo in Sudan’s capital, the park’s few remaining lions are starving…

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Comoros ruling party wins majority in boycotted legislative polls
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Comoros ruling party wins majority in boycotted legislative polls

Comoros’ ruling party has won an absolute majority in the first round of legislative elections…

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Colour, culture and chaos at famous Rio carnival in Brazil [No Comment]
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Colour, culture and chaos at famous Rio carnival in Brazil [No Comment]

The world’s most famous Carnival celebration kicked off in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday. The…

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Russians pay respect to Vladimir Lenin, Soviet Union’s first leader [No Comment]
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Russians pay respect to Vladimir Lenin, Soviet Union’s first leader [No Comment]

Hundreds of Russian Communist Party supporters on Tuesday marched to Vladimir Lenin’s mausoleum to mark…

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Could ‘Luanda Leaks’ really be political witch hunt? [Morning Call]
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Could ‘Luanda Leaks’ really be political witch hunt? [Morning Call]

It’s all over the news. Angola’s Isabel Dos Santos is shown in a trove of…

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