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Social media details now requirement for US visa

Nearly all applicants for US visas will have to submit their social media details under newly adopted rules. The State Department regulations say people will...

Gambia: Birds and ruminants invade Banjul airport

Concerns have been raised over the safety of aircraft and air travelers at Gambia’s Banjul international Airport. It follows an apparent invasion of the airport...

Morocco: Militant suspect admits killing two tourists

A militant who has been held for allegedly killing two Scandinavian hikers last year in the High Atlas mountains has admitted to the crime. The...

Botswana: Ban on elephant hunting lifted

Botswana's government has announced an end to a ban on hunting for elephant. The government said the decision was due to growing conflict between humans...

[Video] – SA tourists survive deadly Egypt bus blast

The 24 South African tourists who survived a bus explosion on Sunday returned home on Monday. The South Africa's Department of International Relations and Cooperation...

The first black African woman to conquer Mount Everest

Africa has it's first black woman to have climbed to the top of Mount Everest which is the world's highest mountain. The South African Saray...

Egypt’s suspension bridge over Nile is world’s widest

Egypt has officially opened its newly constructed suspension bridge over the Nile called the Rod al-Farag Axis Bridge. The bridge was opened on Wednesday by...

Boeing 737 JET lands in Florida river

A passenger plane has slid off a runway in the US state of Florida, ending up in a river after landing during a thunderstorm. None...

Gorillas in DR Congo pose for selfie

Two gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo posed for a selfie with officials of a national park in Virunga. The gorillas were rescued as...

Researchers discover ancient giant ‘lion’ in Kenya

A giant lion with enormous fangs that roamed the Kenyan savannah more than 20 million years ago was one of the largest ever meat-eating...

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2 Nigerians sentenced to death in Ghana for kidnapping four girls

Two Nigerians have been sentenced to death for their roles in the kidnapping and disappearance of missing girls in Ghana. A court in Ghana on...

Senegal: Tension heightens over arrest of opposition leader

There is heightened tension in Senegal following the arrest of opposition leader, Ousmane Sonko who is due to appear in court on Friday on...

Ghana: Court dismisses petition challenging re-election of Akufo-Addo

Ghana's Supreme Court has dismissed a petition filed by Ghana's former President, John Mahama challenging the re-election of incumbent President Nana Akufo-Addo. Mr. Mahama was...

Over 20 migrants die after they were thrown into sea off Djibouti

The United Nation has said more than 20 African migrants died after their smugglers threw them overboard off the coast of Djibouti. According to the...

Over 7,000 Nigerian refugees flee to Niger

Some 7,600 Nigerian refugees have reportedly fled to Niger since January this year. The United Nations which made the revelation said the violence in north-western Nigeria has...
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