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28 people have been killed and 30 wounded in attempted cattle raids in northern South Sudan on Sunday and Monday.

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After the Russia-Ukraine conflict erupted, Russians were hit with the consequences of measures imposed by some Western nations. At the time of a global economy, the negative effects of some of these sanctions further convince Zimbabwean activists of the debatable legal basis of sanctions.

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The Nigerian government has asked Facebook and other social media platforms to prevent the pro-Biafra separatist group (IPOB) on their platforms.

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Three people were killed by gunfire attributed to French or Nigerien forces when angry crowds tried to block a French army convoy traveling through western Niger last November

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One person has been confirmed dead and five others are receiving treatment after sustaining various degrees of injuries following a protest at a police station in Nkronza in the Bono East region of Ghana, police say.

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The Ghriba Synagogue on the Tunisian island of Djerba is hosting the annual Jewish pilgrimage for the first time after a two-year break.

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Libyan security forces in the country's western region said they have detained at least 300 migrants in the last week and 3,000 in the past three months.

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The Kinshasa government said Tuesday evening that it was "premature" to withdraw Ugandan troops present in the DRC to fight the ADF rebel group, stressing that such a decision, mentioned by Ugandan military officers during the day, was up to the heads of the two states.

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The kingdom welcomed 13 million tourists in 2019 that dropped to 4 million in 2021. According to official figures, Morocco’s tourism revenue in the first quarter of 2022 was up by 80 percent compared to last year last year.

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Already acclaimed in the Francophone world, therapper this year set his sights on North America, where he played historic venues including New York's Apollo and the Globe Theatre in Los Angeles

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Both governments reported that at least one man was killed by gunfire and five others were wounded in the clashes.

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It’s been a season of firsts for Biniam Girmay, and the Eritrean rider added a stage victory in the Giro d’Italia on Tuesday in his first Grand Tour to raise the profile of African cycling.

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Senegal's President Macky Sall on Tuesday tweeted his support for Paris Saint-Germain footballer Idrissa Gana Gueye, who is facing homophobia accusations in France.

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Some 35 designers from West Africa and Europe have been showcasing their clothes in the capital for fashion week, and for the first time the majority of designers were local.

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Libya's heads of National Unity government -PM Abdulhamid Dbeibah- met with the residents of the capital Tripoli, which was rocked early on Tuesday by gunfights after forces of the rival Tobruk-based government, withdrew following heavy fighting between opposing militias.

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South African former president, Jacob Zuma's graft case, resumed Tuesday. The Pietermaritzburg High Court Judge, however, postponed the trial to a holding date in August to enable the judge president of the Supreme Court of Appeal to give her final say on Zuma's reconsideration application.

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A former Tunisian MP and vocal critic of President Kais Saied has been sentenced by a military court to five months in prison for assaulting police officers last year, his lawyer told AFP on Tuesday.

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If observers had so far predicted the presidential contest would be a two-horse race between William Ruto and Raila Odinga, the Azimio La Umja coalition nominee has just lost an ally.

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The SCC, a hybrid body of local and foreign magistrates set up in 2015 with UN backing, is to render judgment on alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity committed since 2003

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The head of Nigeria's treasury has been arrested for alleged involvement in fraud and money laundering worth 80 billion naira (€184 million), the national anti-graft agency said.

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Eleven migrants have reportedly drowned after their both sank off the Algerian coast of Tipaza on Sunday evening.

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Tucked away east of Sudan's capital Khartoum, a sanctuary of lush green vegetation has been a shelter for over 100 birds from 13 species.

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Kenyan star band Sauti Sol has threatened to sue former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's presidential campaign for alleged copyright infringement.

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Stellenbosch University in the Western Cape has come under fire after a video of a white student urinating on the computer and books of a black student went viral on social media.

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