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Soyinka will ‘cut up’ green card if Trump wins

Nigeria's Nobel literature laureate Wole Soyinka has said he will tear up the green card which allows him to stay in the US if...

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...

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...

Egypt tourism in a state of flux one year after Russian plane bombing

It's been a year since a Russian passenger plane was downed by jihadists across Egypt's Sinai peninsula, but tourism in the country is not...

US elections getting tighter

With just days to go for the presidential elections in the United States of America, the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is basking in...

Africans approve of China, says Afrobarometer

China’s popularity in Africa is strong. Its policy of not linking aid and investments to human rights and good governance has made Beijing many...

Chinese man fined $20 for selling Zimbabwe flags without authority

A 28-year old Chinese businessman, Weidong Li, has been fined $20 by a court in the Zimbabwean capital Harare for selling the national flags...

Japan blasts: One dead in Utsunomiya city

Multiple blasts in a park area of the Japanese city of Utsunomiya have killed at least one person and injured at least two, emergency...

Ceta talks: EU hopes to unblock Canada trade deal

The European Parliament president says he is optimistic that a free-trade deal between the EU and Canada can be signed soon despite last-minute obstacles. Objections...

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Opinion: Embracing the Challenge – A Case for Africa’s Bright Future

2020 was tough not only for Africa and its people but the rest of the world and in no small measure. The Covid-19 pandemic and...

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...

Plane crash kills 10 people in South Sudan

At least ten people have died in a plane crash in South Sudan. The incident occurred in the eastern Jonglei State, at Pieri airstrip shortly...

Morocco cuts all ties with German embassy

Morocco has suspended all ties with the German embassy in the country over its stance on Western Sahara. The suspension of relations was announced by...
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