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Liberia's newly appointed coach Peter Butler insists he has not taken the role for 'financial gain'.

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Four-time Women's Africa Cup of Nations winner Ifeanyi Chiejine dies aged 36 after a long illness.

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It is hoped the unprecedented procedure will prevent the extinction of the northern white rhino.

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Eighty people - most described as Nigerian citizens - are accused of stealing millions of dollars.

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Australia and Vietnam have expressed concern over tensions in the disputed South China Sea, where Hanoi says China's gas survey ship has infringed on its territory and has disrupted Vietnam's exploration activities

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A Tanzanian journalist has been arrested for "publishing false information" after broadcasting a story about police brutality, his lawyer said Friday, in the latest crackdown on free press in the country

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HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe police arrested 10 union officials on Friday as they tried to petition the finance minister over low pay for teachers, witnesses said, extending a government clampdown on dissent that has hobbled the country's main opposition.

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US has expressed 'strong concern and disappointment' at Seoul’s decision to cancel its intelligence sharing agreement with Japan

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MILAN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Six EU countries have agreed to take in 356 migrants stranded at sea for two weeks aboard the Ocean Viking rescue vessel, ending the latest standoff over migration to Europe across the Mediterranean.

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Baltic nations mark 30th anniversary of an anti-Soviet protest that presaged their break from the USSR

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Russian president orders Russian military to respond to test of a new US missile banned under a now-defunct arms treaty

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Yemeni officials: Government forces rout separatists from previously divided provincial capital in south

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Amid global concern about raging Amazon fires, Brazil on Thursday said it was the target of a smear campaign by critics who contend President Jair Bolsonaro is not doing enough to curb widespread deforestation

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City center is almost deserted, and seaside around casino where leaders will meet is under lockdown

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KAMPALA (Reuters) - Uganda said on Friday it had blocked online access to Rwanda's main state-owned newspaper on national security grounds, two days after the countries signed a pact to end tensions that closed their busiest border crossing for six months.

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Confirmation comes as Israeli Prime Minister is strongly hinting that his country is behind recent airstrikes that have hit bases and munitions depot belonging to Iran-backed paramilitary forces operating in Iraq

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LONDON, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Eradicating malaria is biologically feasible and a lofty aim, the World Health Organization said on Friday, but the focus for now should be getting the funds, tools and political will to control it.

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A team of Cameroonian entrepreneurs has created a mobile application that helps the farmers detect crop disease. The app also proposes treatments and offers prevention measures. In Binguela, Cameroon, Anne Nzouankeu has this report narrated by Moki Edwin Kindzeka.

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The Kremlin critic says the mass arrests show the regime is afraid

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The continuing trade war between the U.S. and China may be causing businesses in both countries extreme anxiety, but the trade dispute is good news for businesses in other countries as many companies have or are moving their manufacturing away from China.

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Democratic presidential contender Julian Castro got some good news this week. Castro became the 10th Democrat to qualify for next month's Democratic presidential debate in Houston, Texas. But several other Democrats likely will not make the cut for the next debate, hampering their chances of building support in the crowded and at times chaotic primary battle.

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U.S. President Donald Trump and leaders of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan will be in France this weekend for the annual Group of Seven, or G-7 summit. The summit host, French President Emmanuel Macron, has declared there will be no communique at the end of the summit because of disagreements between President Trump and the other leaders on key issues.

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MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Somalia's president announced on Thursday a major shake-up of the country's security chiefs as well as a replacement for the mayor of Mogadishu after Abdirahman Omar Osman died of his wounds following a suicide bomb attack last month.

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HARARE (Reuters) - Police in Zimbabwe arrested a senior opposition official on Thursday on charges of failing to stop a banned protest last week in the capital, his lawyer said.

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As food-delivery apps take off in South Africa, thousands of motorbike riders, many migrants desperate for work, have signed up. For some, it is their last job.

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