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Africalink on Air - 19 June 2019

The UNHCR says a record number of people are currently displaced worldwide+++Authorities trying to manage rising tensions between Ghanaians and Nigerians living in Ghana+++Salt miners in Uganda are using condoms to protect their reproductive organs from the harsh impact of salty waters.

Africalink on Air - 18 June 2019

The US-Africa summit kicks off in Maputo with the focus on trade between Africa and the United States+++Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has been buried in the capital Cairo - a day after his sudden death+++Still no official explanation as businesses struggle, a week after Ethiopia shut down its internet.

Africalink on Air - 17 June 2019

At least 30 people have been killed in a triple suicide bombing in Nigeria+++Kenyan patient declared free of Ebola, as Congo and Uganda fight the outbreak+++South Africa amplifies its campaign against HIV/AIDS by encouraging people with high risk of infection to go for testing and use PrEP, Aids preventative medicine.

AfricaLink on Air - 14 June 2019

DR Congo’s President Felix Tshisekedi visits Tanzania and Burundi, to boost the chances of his country joining the East African Community +++ WHO emergency panel meets on Ebola after Uganda deaths+++South Sudan government shuts down five embassies for lack of funds.

Human Rights Watch urges Sudan to end internet shutdown

Human Rights Watch has said that the ongoing internet shutdown in Sudan is a gross violation of human rights and should be lifted immediately. Disruptions to access escalated over the past week and the country is now almost entirely cut off from the internet. DW's Jane Nyingi spoke to Jehanne Henry from HRW about the current human rights situation in the country.

AfricaLink on Air - 13 June 2019

Cocoa prices soar as Ivory Coast and Ghana threaten supply cut+++Two oil tankers reportedly attacked in the Gulf+++Kaduna State approves bill to regulate pastors and imams

AfricaLink on Air - 12 June 2019

WHO considers sounding international alarm as Ebola spreads to Uganda killing one boy+++Ghana forces rescue two kidnapped Canadian women as rise in abductions spark concerns+++Nigeria marks Democracy Day

AfricaLink on Air - 10 June 2019

Attacks in Mali and Burkina Faso leave more than 100 dead +++ Sudanese protesters press on despite military crackdown +++ Human Rights Watch documents election violence in Nigeria

AfricaLink on Air - 07 June 2019

Thousands take to the streets in Liberia to protest rising prices and corruption in president George Weah's government+++ Women’s world cup kicks off in France+++ British Prime Minister Theresa May steps down as the leader of the Conservative Party.

Africalink 06.06.19 - 16 UTC - MP3-Stereo

AU suspends Sudan until civilian-led authority established+++ Liberia braces for the biggest demonstration of opposition groups, to demand reforms of President George Weah’s government+++ African journalists talk about stereotyped reporting and how they see their role in shaping people's perceptions of the continent.

Africalink 05.06.19 - 16 UTC - MP3-Stereo

Germany should foster dialogue to end Cameroon crisis, German lawmaker says+++In Uganda landslide leaves 5 people dead and dozens missing+++Sudanese opposition medics say death toll from violence exceeds 100+++ Focus on illegal sand mining in Malawi as we mark World Environment Day.

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