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#Liberia: ‘We Need Single Currency in Liberia’

Using more than one currency in a country has many setbacks, including the high price of commodities on the local market. Looking at this and...
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#Married lecturer caught in hotel with female student in Cross River [Video]

A married lecturer was arrested yesterday for inviting a female student he was assigned to supervise her final year project to a hidden hotel...

#Togo:Four killed in Togo as protesters clash with security forces

Four people were killed in Togo on Wednesday in clashes between security forces and demonstrators calling for an end to a half century of...

#Four British missionaries kidnapped in southern Nigeria

Four British missionaries have been kidnapped by suspected rebels near the oil town of Warri in southern Nigeria, sources said on Wednesday. British nationals were...

#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...

#Gabon: inauguration of a new international port subject to competition

In Gabon, the head of state, Ali Bongo Ondimba, inaugurated on Saturday October 14 a new port in Owendo, a city located on the...

#Cameroon: Under pressure, government launches investigation into violence

Amnesty International is once again punishing the Cameroonian authorities for the violence that affected the provinces of the north-west and south-west, on October 1st,...

#George Weah: from football pitch to presidential palace?

George Weah, 51, emerged from Liberia’s slums to become a superstar footballer in the 1990s, and has leveraged his status as a revered figure...

#Presidential election in Liberia: second round Weah / Boakai (Electoral Commission)

Sen. George Weah, the legend of African football, and Vice President Joseph Boakai, will face the second round of presidential elections in Liberia, with...

#Burkina Faso: Demonstrators claim “justice” for Sankara, 30 years after his death

Several hundred people demonstrated on Sunday in Ouagadougou to demand "truth and justice" for Thomas Sankara, thirty years after the assassination of the father...

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