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He led the West African country for seven years but struggled to deal with an economic crisis and Islamist insurgency.

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Keïta led the West African nation of 20 million for seven years before his ouster by the military in 2020. Mali remains in crisis.

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At least 4,000 people have died since fighting erupted between the separatists and government forces in 2017. Nearly a million have lost their homes.

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At least 4,000 people have died since fighting erupted between the separatists and government forces in 2017. Nearly a million have lost their homes.

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The sentence was part of a string of trials of professors accused of sexual harassment as a #MeToo scandal sweeps Moroccan universities.

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Tensions with neighboring states spiked after Mali's military junta said it would stay in power until 2026.

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The Kenyan fossil hunter advanced the understanding of human origins and worked to protect endangered elephants and African wildlife.

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A number of other popular items, including marmite and cream cheese, have gone through periods of scarcity amid supply chain disruptions wrought by the coronavirus pandemic and extreme weather.

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Authors say the White House had disregarded a year of warnings to more quickly ramp up mRNA vaccine production.

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Authors say the White House had disregarded a year of warnings to more quickly ramp up mRNA vaccine production.

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The problems caused by coups in Myanmar, Sudan and elsewhere are not going away for the Biden administraiton.

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The now-gutted National Assembly occupies “an important place in the history and evolution of our constitutional democracy,” Amos Masondo, Chairperson of South Africa’s National Council of Provinces, said at a news conference Monday.

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Abdalla Hamdok was reinstated as prime minister less than two months ago, after being detained by the military.

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Also called alkaline hydrolysis, aquamation is a water-based process considered an eco-friendly alternative to traditional, fire-based cremation.

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“This is a very sad day for democracy for Parliament is the home of our democracy,” Public Works Minister Patricia de Lille said.

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The country’s medical system has capacity to provide “routine health services,” authorities said, adding that certain coronavirus control measures would be rolled back.

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South African health officials said they hoped the data would "reassure healthcare workers who have not taken their booster to get vaccinated as soon as possible.”

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Mohamed Abdullahi "Farmajo" Mohamed, Somalia's president, attempted to sideline his main rival, Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble, by suspending his powers.

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John Nkengasong, the Africa CDC Director, noted that South Africa had a younger population than the West and that the omicron coronavirus variant had only been recently detected.

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In the span of less than a month, the country's omicron outbreak has gone from a near vertical rise to a near vertical fall.

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The coronavirus pandemic has amplified the risk of a forced wedding for millions of girls.

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The French military said the strike was critical to prevent an expanding footprint of militant groups in the region.

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The French military said the strike was critical to prevent an expanding footprint of militant groups in the region.

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