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A new monument to the African nationalist hero is unveiled after parts of the original "melted".

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Twelve rangers were killed in an attack on Virunga National Park in DR Congo last month.

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Lesotho's prime minister, a suspect in the murder of his former wife, says he is resigning.

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Dozens of doctors are infected and gravediggers are overwhelmed in Kano, Nigeria’s second-largest city, where inaction led to an unchecked outbreak. Across Africa, other hot spots are emerging.

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Arrests come after the release of a video of the February incident sparked national outcry.

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Hope rests on a tea steeped in traditional medicine: ‘Why should [we] not just support this innovation from our own continent?’

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A new policy says anyone hospitalized for novel coronavirus disease needs a medical waiver to enter military 

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The move marked a dramatic turnabout in a celebrated case that often inflamed partisan passions in Washington and among the general public

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FDA says the masks failed to meet standards in protecting doctors and nurses from the coronavirus 

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In VOA Persian interview, Soheil Arabi's mother confirmed that he ended a hunger strike on Wednesday and that he wrote a letter vowing to fight for better prison conditions

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On Red Carpet this week, Mozambican singer Lenna Bahule talks to Music Time in Africa’s Heather Maxwell on how music has become her language. And, as part of the “Picture Africa” series, photographer and visual artist Christian Tundula from Kinshasa discusses how he highlights the difficulties of urban city life in big African cities.

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A North Korean military representative reportedly said the drills were a grave provocation that demanded a reaction

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On May 9th, 1960, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the world’s first commercially produced oral contraceptive. The birth control drug — popularly known as ‘The Pill’ — was hailed by supporters as “revolutionary” but 60 years later, insufficient access to the drug and other methods of birth control around the world have hampered what many hoped would be the magic pill for female reproductive rights.

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As the COVID-19 virus cripples the economy, big business that has become synonymous with the world's largest prison system is still making money

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Environmental advocates fiercely criticized the order, saying that environmental agencies are the one with the necessary expertise

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Hydroxychloroquine did not lower the risk of dying or needing a breathing tube in a comparison that involved nearly 1,400 patients treated at Columbia University in New York, researchers reported

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Joint operation in Syria’s Deir el-Zour nets midlevel IS fighter as number, severity of attacks appear to be on the rise 

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Tech-heavy Nasdaq back in the black after months of losses

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Member of elite military unit at White House began feeling ill Wednesday morning and has tested positive for COVID-19  

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White House to push for contracts mining the moon, while NASA awards contracts for public/private space flight, and a look at the universe in a way you've likely never heard

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