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At least 41 protesters have been killed in anti-coup protests in Sudan since generals deposed the country’s civilian government, according to the Sudan Doctors Committee

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Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning prime minister has vowed to lead his country’s army “from the battlefront” beginning Tuesday.

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The Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara has announced the recruitment of 3,000 soldiers in 2022, in a bid to strengthen the country’s defense system.

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Libya's Minister of Oil and Gas on Monday announced plans to construct a solar plant with French multinational Total Energies.

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Heavy thunderstorms hit the Egyptian city of Alexandria for a second day, disrupting traffic on the Corniche, a waterfront promenade, due to the high-water levels.

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A former hotel driver went on trial in Paris on Monday accused of complicity in Rwanda's 1994 genocide for transporting Hutu militiamen who massacred hundreds of Tutsis.

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About 30 civilians have been killed in Drodro, Largu and other nearby villages in Djugu territory and Ituri province during attacks attributed to Cooperative for the Development of Congo militant group between November 21 and 22.

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A former hotel driver went on trial in Paris on Monday accused of complicity in Rwanda's 1994 genocide for transporting Hutu militiamen who massacred hundreds of Tutsis.

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Sudan's Abdalla Hamdok says he will have the authority to form an independent government one day after signing a deal with the military

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Mpho Phalatse, of the Democratic Alliance (DA) party, becomes the first black woman to lead the Johannesburg mayoralty and the first woman since 1946.

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In the Mercado do 30, one of the largest markets in Luanda, many vendors fear being contaminated by covid-19, due to non-compliance in the use of masks and little social distancing.

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“Our engagement in Africa, with Africa, is not about China or any other third party,” the US Secretary of State said

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The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM Official Countdown Clock, powered by Hublot, was unveiled on Sunday at Doha’s picturesque Corniche Fishing Spot, marking one year to go to the big kick-off.

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The government in Kenya announced that unvaccinated people will be barred from basic services from the 21st of December

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Around one hundred demonstrators gathered near the city centre to demand the neutrality of DRC's Electoral Commission

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Researchers in Morocco unveiled Thursday the oldest jewelry dating back "between 142,000 and 150,000 years.

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Demonstrators wave flags and let off smoke flares as they protested outside of the US Embassy in London calling for an end to what they say is American support for TPLF rebels

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Nigeria has launched a mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign in Abuja, in an attempt to prevent a rise in cases of coronavirus.

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Libya’s interim Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah on Sunday filed his candidacy to run for president in next month’s elections despite being barred from elections under the current rules.

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Sudanese youth have opposed the newly signed political agreement between Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and top general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

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In a first for a nation in Africa, South Africa is vowing to recognize different gender identities and accept a third gender option on national identity documents.

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De Klerk's death on the 11th of November intesified an ongoing debate among South Africans over his role as President during the apartheid era.

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"This deal helps, we hope, in relieving the internal and external obstruction and restoring the transition process towards a sustainable democracy."- Abdalla Hamdok , Sudan's Prime Minister

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"The treatment of skin cancer, which is the leading cause of death for people with albinism. So far, more than 468 people have been treated.

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