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One year after #EndSARS protests, has Nigerian police changed?

Lagos, Nigeria – Tunde Abass says he was in a plaza building at Onipanu, a major bus stop in Lagos, in March when...

Top UN court sides with Somalia in sea border dispute with Kenya

ICJ rules largely in favour of Somalia in setting a sea boundary believed to be rich in oil and gas.The United Nations’ top...

South Sudan dismisses UN report on corruption

South Sudan’s government has dismissed a UN report accusing the country’s governing elite of looting tens of millions of dollars from public coffers,...

Gunmen kill 34 people, wound seven in Nigeria village attack

State security commissioner says troops came under fire before forcing the assailants to withdraw.At least 34 people were killed and seven wounded after...

Power problems: Could solar solve Nigeria’s electricity woes?

Ilorin, Nigeria – On a recent Monday morning, Mathew Bello, popularly known as Matey, switched on the generator that powers his shop in...

Sudan protesters agree to resumption of oil exports

Sudan’s government has reached an agreement with tribal protesters to allow the resumption of exports of landlocked South Sudan’s crude oil via a...

Sudan thwarts Ethiopian incursion amid protests in east

Sudan’s military says it has repelled an attempted incursion by Ethiopian forces in the border area between the two countries. The Ethiopian forces were...

In Pictures: Volcanic ash cloud closes La Palma airport

Scientists say another vent has opened up on Cumbre Vieja, the volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma that has been erupting...

Mali approached Russian companies, Moscow not involved: Lavrov

Russian foreign minister says Mali’s turn towards private Russian companies done ‘on legitimate basis’, as France plans to reduce its military presence.Mali has...

Taekwondo: Ending child marriage in Zimbabwe, one kick at a time

Epworth, Zimbabwe – Growing up in Epworth, a densely populated suburb southeast of Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, 17-year-old Lisa Nyambupu would see many of...
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