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Zimbabwe: Harare residents react to the outcome of the contested vote

Nelson Chamisa, the head of Zimbabwe's opposition, contested the legitimacy of the election that had been held the day before and had resulted in...

Locals in Senegal are driven to despair by the gas project

Residents of Saint-Louis, a small fishing town in Senegal, have been having difficulties for a long time. The COVID-19 pandemic, foreign industrial trawlers, and...

Sudanese fighting resumes as the cease-fire takes effect

On Tuesday, a 24-hour cease-fire reportedly reached by rival generals in Sudan went into effect, but fighting continued in the capital, making it uncertain...

Four individuals in Kenya have tragically died from starvation while reportedly fasting with the belief of “meeting Jesus”

The news of four people found dead and nearly a dozen others hospitalized in Kenya's coastal Kilifi county after being rescued while waiting for...

UN estimates that $445 million is needed to assist 860,000 people who may flee Sudan by October

The UN announced on Thursday that it was preparing for an exodus of 860,000 people from Sudan's war-torn country, adding that it would take...

Nigeria: Reaction follows the collapse of the Lagos Banana Island building

A seven-story building under construction on First Avenue in the Banana Island neighborhood of Ikoyi, Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos, has made headlines once more. The...

Zimbabwe’s president will run against a longtime rival in elections

The opposition party announced on Thursday that Nelson Chamisa, a 45-year-old lawyer and pastor, will be Emmerson Mnangagwa's official rival for the second time...


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