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CENTRAL AFRICA

Central Africa

#Day 1 of the AU-EU Summit: Advocacy for African Youth

The first day of the 5th African Union - European Union summit ended in Abidjan, the Ivorian economic capital, on a string of promises...

#EU-African Union summit to debate alleged Libyan slave trading

The fifth African Union-European Union (AU-EU) summit kicked off on Wednesday in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, against a backdrop of global outcry about reports of...

#UN strengthens 900 military peace mission in the Central African Republic

The Security Council of the UN on Wednesday voted unanimously a one-year extension of its peacekeeping mission in the Central that will be reinforced...

#African leaders urge the continent to assume its own security

African leaders on Monday urged their states to help ensure their own security at the opening of the fourth edition of the Dakar Forum...

#Seven dead in concert attack, reprisals in Central African Republic

BANGUI (AxadleTM) - Seven people were killed and around 20 others were injured in a grenade attack on a peace concert and reprisal violence...

#Red Cross Employees Stole $6 Million From 2014 Fight Against Ebola

On Saturday, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) confirmed that fraud by its employees during the deadly 2014-2016 Ebola...

Congo: call for the release of a journalist detained for ten months

Human rights organizations on Saturday called in Brazzaville for the release of Congolese journalist Ghys Fortuné Dombé Bemba, who has been detained for 10...

#African Roundup Press 30 October 2017

If all goes according to plan, Uhuru Kenyatta will be declared reelected as Kenyan president later today. The FBI takes an interest in Jacob Zuma....

#Gabon abolishes visas for Central African nationals

Gabon on Thursday approved the abolition of visas for nationals of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC), in line with the agreement...

#Internet access has become a real headache in Africa

Cutting the Internet has become a common practice of some African leaders who drag on to power. They want to restrict the freedom of...

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