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14 Jun 2015
Egypt on Sunday referred 58 Islamists suspected of links with the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to a military court over alleged "terrorist attacks" against the police and public property.
14 Jun 2015
Sudan insisted President Omar al-Bashir's visit to Johannesburg for a summit was proceeding normally and he would return after its main meeting, despite a court order Sunday banning him from leaving South Africa.
11 Jun 2015
A report from the AU secretariat, said more than 50 African Heads of State have begun arriving in South Africa ahead of the 25th African Union (AU) Summit
11 Jun 2015
Somali terrorist group, Al-Shabaab, said that it was planning to attack neighbouring Kenya during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan
11 Jun 2015
Egyptian prosecutors contradicted Thursday police claims they had foiled a suicide and gun attack at the ancient Karnak temple by preventing assailants from entering the site.
11 Jun 2015
The Zimbabwean dollar will officially be taken out of circulation, six years after hyper-inflation rendered it worthless
11 Jun 2015
The European Union increases its support for the transition in Burkina Faso
11 Jun 2015
International gold refiners who use gold from Ghana may be benefitting from hazardous child labor in unlicensed mines, Human Rights Watch said in a report
10 Jun 2015
Thirty seven bodies have been recovered after an accident that occurred last Saturday involving two boats carrying over 200 passengers along river Benue in northern Cameroon. Reports quoted official sources as saying on Tuesday that no fewer than 10 people had been rescued while many other people are still missing. Cameroon's public broadcaster has reported…
7 Jun 2015
Some Nigerians resident in South Africa on Sunday urged the Federal Government to tackle insecurity, unemployment, epileptic power supply and poverty facing the country. The Nigerians made the call at the sidelines of the inauguration of the National Secretariat of the Nigerian Union in Pretoria, South Africa. Prof. Dele Braimoh, a retired professor of Adult…
5 Jun 2015
The United States would oppose any moves to allow Rwanda's President Paul Kagame to stand for a third term in office, a State Department diplomat told AFP on Friday. "We are committed to support a peaceful, democratic transition in 2017 to a new leader elected by the Rwandan people," he said. Rwanda's 2003 constitution limits…
1 Jun 2015
Egypt said on it seized more than 64 million packs of smuggled cigarettes in May, of which over two million were counterfeit.

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Jerusalem braced for a controversial "flag march" on Sunday as Israelis mobilised to commemorate the city's unification and Palestinian groups threatened retaliation over the annual rally that sparked a war last year.
41 mins ago
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) says it has approved two herbal drugs to undergo clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19.
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The All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship election flag bearer in Akwa-Ibom, Obong Akanimo Udofia has urged aggrieved party members to work with him to ensure victory at the 2023 general elections in the state.
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Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will look to book a heavyweight French Open quarter-final clash Sunday, while Carlos Alcaraz hopes to extend his run after becoming the youngest man to make the last 16 since 2006.
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President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea endorsed the recommendation of setting up an African Standby Force on Terrorism.