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Blaise Compaoré to boycott Thomas Sankara murder trial

Burkina Faso's former President, Blaise Compaoré who is now living in exile will not attend this month's trial over the 1987 assassination of his...

WHO gives approval for mass use of malaria vaccine in Africa

The world health organization has given approval for the use of malaria vaccine across Africa after successful pilot. The vaccine - called RTS,S - was...

Why Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram had an outage

Facebook has explained why it experienced almost six hours of outage across the world on Monday. The social media giant blamed it on a "faulty...

Pandora Papers expose African leaders’ offshore secrets

The Pandora Papers are a massive trove of nearly 12 million confidential documents that were leaked to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). The tax documents...

World leaders urged to protect most vulnerable against climate change

More than 2,000 young leaders and youth-led organisations from across the Commonwealth have urged governments to respect the needs and contributions of the world's...

Guinea’s coup leader sworn in as interim president

The man who toppled the Alpha Condé regime in Guinea last month has now been sworn in as the interim president. Col Mamady Doumbouya led...

Nigeria’s President Buhari orders lifting of ban on Twitter

Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari has announced that the ban on social media giant Twitter can now be lifted. In a speech on Friday to mark...

Ghana: Liberians residing in refugee camp oppose its demolition

Thousands of Liberians living in the Buduburam refugee camp in Ghana's central region are opposing their eviction and demolition of the camp. The Buduburam camp...

Algeria starts producing its own Covid-19 vaccines

Algeria has now started producing its own Covid-19 vaccines as it announces plans to produce 8 million doses each month. Production started on Wednesday according...

Guinea’s military outdoors plans towards a return to civilian rule

Guinea’s military leaders who seized power this month have laid down their plans towards returning the country to a civilian rule. Key among those plans...

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