Africa

Attacks in Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso: the facts

Ouagadougou was on Friday, March 2 struck by a double major terrorist attack that targeted the General Staff of the…

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Nigeria: she pours acid on her spouse

On the night of Sunday, 18th February, 2018, a woman of Nigerian nationality, poured acid on her husband’s penis, causing…

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Nigeria has made more people unemployed in Thailand – Ogbeh

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Audu Ogbeh said Thailand accused Nigeria of being responsible for the collapse of its…

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Christian marches in DRC: police raise their voice against criticism on Social Media

Five days after the laity coordination committee’s demonstrations, the spokesman of the Congolese police shows his firmness against those who…

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Rwandan genocide: Belgian state brought to the helm by survivors

In the Brussels Court of Appeal this Friday a lawsuit was launched by survivors of the Rwandan genocide against the…

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English speaking Cameroon: the different faces of a crisis

The English-speaking area of ​​Cameroon has been the scene of a deep political crisis for over a year. One of…

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South Africa: Julius Malema attacks President Cyril Ramaphosa’s salary

After the excesses of Jacob Zuma, the lifestyle of Cyril Ramaphosa is increasingly scrutinized in South Africa. The publication of…

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Zimbabwe: Chinese condoms are too small for our men

Zimbabwe’s health minister, David Parirenyatwa, encouraged local businesses to start manufacturing condoms, believing that imported ones do not all meet…

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East Africa: Cheap private schools Bridge in turmoil

Founded in 2008, the US start-up Bridge International Academies has opened hundreds of low-cost private schools in Africa, mainly in…

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DRC: Mukendi, opponent of the Kabila regime, murdered

Rossy Mukendi Tshimanga, an activist and opponent of the Kabila regime was killed on Sunday, 25th February by bullets during…

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Rwanda: Government closes more than 700 churches

The Rwandan NewTimes reports that the Rwandan government wants to put order in the world of religious cults. Thus, since…

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DRC: a forger of diplomas at the University of Kinshasa arrested

At the University of Kinshasa, professors and students were fond of “Mutus”, one of the best known agents of the…

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