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South Sudan detains 17 suspects over Juba hotel attack

South Sudan said on Wednesday it had detained at least 17 people, most of them soldiers, suspected of committing rape and other crimes in...

108 Ghanaians and Liberians deported from the USA accuse the US government of ill treatment

108 Ghanaians and Liberians have been deported by the United States (US) government. Ghana’s state newspaper the daily Graphic reports that there was a standoff...

Alibaba sets its sights on Singles Day

Alibaba, China's biggest online retailer, said a US investigation would not affect next week's Singles Day - its biggest shopping day of the year. The...

South Africa: Jacob Zuma report points to possible corruption

An investigation into South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has found evidence of possible corruption at the top level of his government. In the report, former...

Gambia President Yahya Jammeh ‘silencing critics’

President Yahya Jammeh of The Gambia is using violence to silence critics in the lead-up to presidential election in December and pressure is needed...

South African police fire tear gas to disperse anti-Zuma protesters

Police in South Africa have reportedly fired tear gas to disperse some protesters who marched to the office of the president, Jacob Zuma in...

Judge rules Gupta report be released

A South African judge has ruled that a report by the Public Protector, over alleged influence peddling in government must be released by 1500...

Ghana battles another cholera outbreak

Officials in Ghana have raised alert over the outbreak of Cholera in parts of the country. Local media Starrfmonline.com is reporting that the Ministry of...

Reporters Without Borders labels Erdogan as ‘enemy of press freedom

The Turkish regime has arrested at least 200 journalists and closed over 120 media outlets since the coup attempt, Reporters Without Borders said. President...

Killing of journalists on the increase in Africa

The United Nation's culture agency Unesco has said in a report that more than 213 journalists were killed in 2015 alone. That makes 2015 the...

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Cameroon: Seventh child dies after shooting attack on school

A 12-year-old girl died on Sunday from wounds sustained when gunmen stormed a school in the South West Region of Cameroon on Saturday and...

Guinea: Tension heightens after Alpha Condé secures third term

Tension is high in Guinea with some streets reportedly deserted as security forces patrol them to contain a post election violence. Supporters of the opposition...

Opposition in Seychelles wins presidential poll after 43 years

The opposition in the Seychelles has won the country's presidential election for the first time since 1977. Wavel Ramkalawan, an Anglican priest defeated incumbent President...

Nigeria: At least 69 killed in anti-police brutality protests

The Nigerian presidency has said that at least sixty-nine people have been killed so far across the country in protests against police brutality. A spokesman...

Libya: Warring factions sign accord for permanent ceasefire

The warring factions in Libya have signed an agreement for a permanent ceasefire to end the years of violence. The agreement was reached in Geneva...
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