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Rwandan twins born at 24 weeks (approximately 5 months) in July this year at King Faisal Hospital Kigali have managed to defy the odds to become the first babies in the country to survive having been born so premature.

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On a rainy evening on November 17, Kigali Genocide Memorial hosted a theatrical piece dubbed, Ejo n’ejobundi, loosely translated ‘yesterday, and after tomorrow.

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The ongoing violence in DR Congo’s eastern region of Minembwe and surrounding areas is part of systematic decades-long hostilities against Banyamulenge and other Rwandofone communities in the neighbouring country, several experts and activists have said.

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Carnegie Mellon University-Africa (CMU-Africa) new facility is complete and ready for relocation, administration has announced. The Rwf9bn facility to be launched this week is part of Kigali Innovation City located in Masoro-Munini, Gasabo District at the outskirts of Kigali City.

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I am South African businessperson, based in Francistown in Botswana but have, over the past 10 years, been doing business in Malawi.

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Officials from the parliamentary committee on education are asking the government to bring back junior certificate examination to improve the dwindling standards of education in secondary schools.

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Government officials from the ministries of Lands and Education as well as Lilongwe city council officials have snubbed a meeting called for by parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee to probe the illegal sale of Livimbo primary school land.

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Mr Bello polled a total of 406,222 votes to defeat the PDP candidate, Musa Wada of the Peoples Democratic Party, who scored 189,704 votes.

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The win was revenge of a sorts for Brazil, who lost 3-0 to Mexico in the under-17 final in 2005. The post Brazil rally back to win U-17 World Cup appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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The supporters, in their tens and hundreds, took over major streets in the capital city, chanting victory songs. The post Jubilation in Yenagoa as APC supporters storm major roads appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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Lectures for the new academic session at LAUTECH were billed to start on Monday. The post Again, LAUTECH lecturers embark on indefinite lecture boycott over unpaid salaries appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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The World Health Organization since 1994 declared NOMA as a public Health Problem and has estimated that some 770,000 people are affected.

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The magistrate has given the state prosecutor the last adjournment, warning that failure to present witnesses in the next hearing will lead to dismissal of the case

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Mr Bangirana, a Police director in charge of engineering and logistics is allegedly holding office illegally after his contract expired in July

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In a session presided over by magistrate Marion Mangeni, Namwanje pleaded guilty after a plea bargain with the UNBS

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On November 6-15, U.S. Embassy Abuja’s volunteer-led Green Stripe Initiative launched a plastic bottle drive competition to commemorate America Recycles Day. Celebrated each year on and in the weeks leading up to November 15, thousands of communities across the United States participate in activities to raise awareness and encourage increased and improved recycling in the United States.

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[Africa Check] A Facebook post claims Boko Haram militants are cutting the limbs off Nigerian soldiers.

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Nyika Media Club on Saturday elected a new executive committee with Nation Publications’ Joseph Mwale.

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The Minister for Health, Hon. Kwaku Agyeman-Manu has exclusively told Accra-based Kingdom FM 107.7 that the NPP Government will see to the massive construction of hospitals nationwide. According to him, this falls in line with President Akufo-Addo rsquo;s vision to increase healthcare facilities and strengthen the existing ones in the country, based on the country rsquo;s infrastructure deficit to situate a number of polyclinics in each region, this he said has gone through the process .

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Pressure group OccupyGhana has questioned the Special Development Initiatives Ministry rsquo;s explanation for the delay in distributing ambulances meant to save lives. The group says the excuse that the lack of receiving points for the ambulances is not good enough.

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The Ministry of Special Development Initiatives has responded to the questions asked by pressure group, OccupyGhana over the government 39;s delay in distributing ambulances parked in front of the State House. OccupyGhana which is disappointed by the delay was demanding from the government an outline detailing its action plan on the operationalization of some 98 ambulances it has acquired.

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Residents of Atadeka, Washington and New York, all suburbs of Asahaiman in the Greater Accra region are at this morning protesting the dilapidated state of their roads. Some young people in the Ashaiman municipality in preparation for the protests have blocked roads and are burning tyres in apparent dissatisfaction of the state of their roads and calling on relevant authorities to have their roads fixed.

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The mass registration exercise currently being carried out by the National Identification Authority (NHIA) turned chaotic at one of the Centres at Jema, capital of the Kintampo South District, when the Member of Parliament for the area stormed the centre with some NDC constituency executives and macho-men to rudely disrupt the exercise, forcing the NIA officials to halt the exercise in Jema.

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Alajo Coup suspect ACP Benjamin Agordzo has been denied bail by an Accra High Court following opposition by state prosecutors to an application for bail filed by his lawyers. Senior State Attorney Hilda Craig told an Accra High Court that the senior police Officer wields influence and power within the police service and would interfere with ongoing investigations if he rsquo;s granted bail.

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