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Ghana: Move to stop consumption of cats and dogs sparks outrage

There is a raging controversy over a move to ban the trade in cats and dogs for human consumption. An International Animal Rights Activist, Natasha...

Libya: Gaddafi’s son released from prison

The third son of the former Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, has been released from jail in the capital Tripoli. He has been in prison since...

Colonel Mamady Doumbouya is Guinea’s coup leader

It has now emerged that Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, commander of the country's special forces led Sunday's military takeover in Guinea. He has since appeared in...

Gambia rejects its own citizens deported from Germany

Gambia’s government has refused to accept its own citizens deported from Germany. Over 2,000 Gambians who migrated to European countries such as Germany have overstayed...

Sierra Leonean activist launches second book for kids

After the success of her first book, "Adama Loves Akara," Vickie Remoe has written "A Print for Ami," the second book in a children's...

G20 countries urged to urgently vaccinate the world’s small states

Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has called on G20 members to urgently work with the Commonwealth and other partners, particularly the World Health Organization and...

Ivory Coast TV presenter sentenced for promoting rape

The popular Ivorian television presenter suspended for asking a guest on his show to simulate rape has now been sentenced by a court. Yves de...

Ex-Chadian leader Hissène Habré dies serving jail term

The former president of Chad, Hissène Habré has died at age 79 while serving his prison terms in Senegal. Senegalese media reported that the former...

Beggars and hawkers banned in Nigeria’s Lagos state

Street begging and hawking has been banned in Nigeria’s Lagos state as officials make efforts to bring an end to the menace. A special taskforce...

Haiti struck by deadly 7.2-magnitude earthquake

A powerful earthquake has struck the Caribbean nation of Haiti, killing at least 304 people and injuring more than 1,800. The 7.2-magnitude quake hit the...

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