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Britain's Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall visit the great pyramids of Giza and meet with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his wife Intissar Amer in Cairo

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Sudanese police hold a press conference in the capital Khartoum a day after 15 protesters were killed in the bloodiest violence since the country's October 25 coup

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What innovative financing solutions can the continent adopt? {Business Africa}

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During a joint press conference in Abuja with Nigeria's Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama, Secretary of State Antony Blinken says he backed a greater leadership role by Nigeria but also encouraged accountability over human rights concerns which have rattled the US relationship with Nigeria

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Transitional president of Guinea, Mamady Doumbouya has reiterated his vision of a successful transition to his various ministers. He said this during the first meeting of Ministers under the CNRD which took place on Thursday, November 18.

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In the wake of the deadliest day of anti-coup mobilization since the October 25 coup, the new military government has taken a step towards conciliation.

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The dense forests of sparsely populated Gabon in the Congo River Basin remain a “last stronghold” of the magnificent creatures, according to new research that concluded the population is much higher than previous estimates

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What innovative financing solutions can the continent adopt? {Business Africa}

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Seamstresses from a vulnerable neighbourhood in Sao Paulo showcased their creations Wednesday at the 52nd Fashion Week (SPFW), launched the day before in a hybrid format with face-to-face fashion shows, after two years of virtual events.

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In a briefing with journalists the spokesman of Ethiopia's ministry of foreign affairs comments on visits by mediators Olusegun Obasanjo (AU), Jeffrey Feltman (US) and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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The Economic Community of the West African States (ECOWAS) has placed sanctions on over 150 members of Mali’s transitional government including the interim Prime Minister Choguel Maiga.

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The Goma Volcano Observatory warned Wednesday of a possible eruption by the Nyamuragira volcano, a close neighbor of Nyiragongo in the east of the country

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Here at the Chibuene beach in Vilanculos district, this canoe has been out of work for days, because its owner, 35 year old Patricia Manuel has been unsuccessful in catching fishes.

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The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits the UN Environmental Programme's headquarters in Nairobi during his trip to Kenya, where he met with environmental entrepreneurs and pledged to combat ocean plastic pollution.

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Thousands of volunteers clap and cheer as these civilian military recruits march through a school playing field in Addis Ababa, chanting the name of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.

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These two new arrivals "bring to 16 the number of gorilla births recorded since January", said the park

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The Economic Community of the West African States (ECOWAS) has placed sanctions on over 150 members of Mali’s transitional government including the interim Prime Minister Choguel Maiga.

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Egyptians check the damage of their homes after unprecedented bad weather hit the southern Egyptian city Aswan, situated along the Nile river, which killed four, injured dozens and flushed out scorpions with a deadly sting.

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The country seeks to become a transport logistics and trade hub for southern and central Africa

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At least 49 gendarmes and four civilians were killed in Sunday's attack by suspected militants on a gendarmerie detachment in Inata, close to the border with Mali

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Former Cameroonian football star Samuel Eto'o submits his candidacy for the presidency of the Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) in Yaounde, and says he will be the "next president despite all the cheating".

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Opponents of Sudan's military coup take to the streets of Khartoum, on the bloodiest day of clashes with security forces since the military's October 25 takeover

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This summit was an opportunity to send a clear message to put an end to these harmful practices.

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Over 200 children of refugees in Johannesburg, South Africa are still waiting to be placed in a state school, despite the South African Refugees Act providing the right to asylum-seekers and refugees to work.

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