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Sudan gets a unitary transitional government. Who is the new Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdouk? +++ No word about the missing two dozens foreign oil workers kidnapped in Cameroon on the Gulf of Guinea last week +++ WHO mulls extending world’s first malaria vaccine to Uganda as malaria cases surge
An anti-corruption chief in Nigeria has been apprehended for corruption+++English speaking Cameroonians seeking refuge in Nigeria say access to food and shelter is problematic+++The anti-doping agency in Kenya is fighting hard to prevent cheating in the sports.
Outrage as South Africa rounded up hundreds of documented and undocumented African migrants+++Tanzania repatriates 70 people injured after an explosion involving an overturned fuel tanker+++Liberia’s Jewel Howard Taylor calls for the return of African artifacts stolen during the period of slavery and colonization.
A five day ultimatum by separatist leaders in Anglophone Cameroon to the Biya government has elapsed+++Ugandan activist, Stella Nyanzi sentenced to 18 months for cyber harassement of Ugandan President+++German Embassy launches refugee Family Assistance Program in Kenya.
Controversy over Rwanda’s border closure as more Ebola cases are detected in eastern Congo+++Mozambique’s president and the country’s rebel leader sign a peace deal to end decades of hostilities+++Suspected lawbreakers in Ghana say judges prefer money over life and justice.
Schools in Sudan remain closed after the killing of four children during an anti-government protest+++U.S. House Speaker addresses Ghanaian parliament on slave trade anniversary+++Kenya is battling with cancer which is one of the country’s three top killer diseases.
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