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Ludacris had attended undergrad at GSU in 1996 before leaving after signing a record deal with Def Jam

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Pierre-Alain Mounguengui, was indicted for "failure to report crimes of pedophilia", his lawyer told AFP on Thursday. A story last December by the Guardian claimed of hundreds of children had been assaulted and raped by their coach and an influential football executive.

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The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) and the National Union of Miners (NUM), which represents nearly 30,000 employees, declared a strike on March 9 after negotiations with the mining group's management failed.

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The chiefs of staff of the Community of West African States (ECOWAS) began a two-day meeting in Accra, Ghana, on Thursday to strengthen military cooperation in the region plagued by growing insecurity.

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Africa: Economic growth without ripple effect [Business Africa]

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The mandate of the outgoing president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, known as Farmajo, expired in February 2021 without him managing to organize a new election.

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A close associate of former Ivorian Prime Minister Guillaume Soro, accused of plotting and living in exile for several years, has been arrested in Abidjan.

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The rebels holding talks in Qatar with the Chadian authorities to reach peace negotiations have welcomed the postponement of the reconciliation dialogue in N'Djamena.

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The South African Health Department unpacked new Covid ruIes. Initially exempting children from wearing facemask in the classrooms and general indoor gatherings, the health department issued a corrective to confirm they could only take off their mask when outdoors in playgrounds or sports fields.

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"There are so many teams and people (on social networks) that you can't control what they post,"...

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Cameroon's tenure will cover ten substantives meetings. In a statement, the PSC said the meetings would center on "governance and security challenges in the continent namely, unconstitutional change of government, humanitarian crises and terrorism"

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Only 8% of South Africa's land area generates 50% of the volume of water in its river systems - which in turn account for most of the country's water.

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School children in South Africa are no longer mandated to wear nose masks in school.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is working with his counterparts from Egypt, Ghana, Kenya and Rwanda to save South Africa’s Aspen Pharmacare.

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18 years after destruction and a series of dialogues facilitated by WHO helped support the recently returned Abu Gaw community (North Darfur) to take an active role in rebuilding their health services.

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Six health workers were charged in April with 'failure to assist a person in danger'. The case has prompted enormous outrage in the West African country, where health workers are often accused of extorting patients, misconduct, and negligence

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Togolese President Faure Gnassingbé welcomed Wednesday Mali’s request of mediation. Abdoulaye Diop, Mali’s Foreign minister, conveyed President Colonel Assimi Goïta's request during a two-day visit to Lomé.

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"The fans and the vibe can push you, but then you need to consider the quality that we have to show. We never gave up after City's goal despite the match becoming way more difficult for us.

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UN Chief Antonio Guterres called for more resources to help Nigeria meet the humanitarian needs of people affected by conflict.

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The Burundian army confirms the attack on an African Union base in Somalia by Al-Shabaab jihadists on its Twitter account and indicates in a press release that ten Burundian peacekeepers were killed in the attack.

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The challenge is that people have encroached on the sides of the river in areas where the giant animals habitually forage for food.

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UN Chief Antonio Guteress called for more resources to help Nigeria meet the humanitarian needs of people affected by conflict

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Foreign Minister Abdoulaye Diop said the 2013 and 2020 accords authorizing French and European deployments respectively had become null and void

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According to the document, the magistrate has given "instructions for the purposes of legal proceedings by way of denunciation" against Mr. Condé and 26 other personalities for "murder, assassination and complicity", enforced disappearances, detentions, abductions, and acts of torture.

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