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Elephant numbers plunge in Mozambique because of poachers visit|article-6293002|News-nav-hcat|1
San Francisco Chronicle - 19 Hours ago
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Kenyan Pleads Guilty in US Terrorism Support Case
ABC News - 20 Hours ago
A Kenyan man pleaded guilty in the U.S. on Thursday to terrorism support charges in a case that involved Internet chat room and other online communications with undercover FBI operatives. Mohamed Said
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Kenyan Man Pleads Guilty in US Terrorism Support Case
ABC News - 20 Hours ago
A Kenyan man has pleaded guilty in the U.S. to terrorism support charges in a case that involved Internet chat room and other online communications with undercover FBI operatives. Mohamed Said entered
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Libya's rival gov't conducts air strikes on Islamic State in Sirte-official
Reuters Africa - 20 Hours ago
TRIPOLI May 28 (Reuters) - Military aircraft belonging to a rival Libyan government on Thursday attacked Islamic State positions in and around the central city of Sirte, where the radical group claimed
Libya's rival government conducts air strikes on Islamic State in Sirte: official Reuters
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As McDonald’s Tackles S. Africa Blackouts, Archie’s Doing Fine
Bloomberg - 20 Hours ago
There are few things better for business at Archie Milicevic’s shop than a power blackout. His store named Yugo, in Linden suburb in South Africa’s biggest city, stocks candles, candlestick holders
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Japan firms pitch mining tech to African ministers
NHK - 20 Hours ago
Japanese companies have promoted their mining technologies to cabinet ministers and other government officials from 16 African nations. Africa has vast amounts of natural gas, rare metals, and other underground
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Buhari presents hope for democracy in Nigeria?
USA Today - 20 Hours ago
Share This Video As the former military ruler takes power, Nigeria is facing a test of its commitment to democracy, and so far it's passing. Video provided by Newsy 17 hours agoAs the former military
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Somalia May Pay 90% of Oil Revenue to Explorer Under Draft Deal
Bloomberg - 21 Hours ago
Soma Oil & Gas Holdings Ltd., chaired by former U.K. Conservative Party leader Michael Howard, has proposed a deal with the Somali government that may grant it as much as 90 percent of the country’s prospective
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Historic moment looms for Nigeria
CNN - 22 Hours ago
Nigerians are excited to witness the first peaceful transfer of power in their country's history. CNN's Christian Purefoy reports.
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New Species of Ancient Human Found in Africa
Time - 23 Hours ago
Cleveland Museum of Natural History These ancient humans had small teeth A new species of ancient human has been discovered in Ethiopia. Researchers found approximately 3.5 million-year-old jaw
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Madeleine Albright: Why Change in Nigeria Matters to the World
Time - 23 Hours ago
Alex Wong— Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright participates in a discussion at the Council on Foreign Relations on January 29, 2015 in Washington, DC. Madeleine Albright is a former
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Ugandan woman's agony as granddaughter 'sold' to Americans
Reuters Africa - 23 Hours ago
By Katy Migiro and Tom Esslemont KAMPALA/LONDON, May 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The first time Jaja, a Ugandan woman, saw her one-year-old granddaughter, she was in the arms of an American
REUTERS - Ugandan woman's agony as granddaughter 'sold' to Americans Namibia Press Agency
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EXCLUSIVE-Fraud and deceit at the heart of Uganda adoptions to United States
Reuters Africa - 23 Hours ago
By Tom Esslemont and Katy Migiro LONDON/KAMPALA, May 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - U gandan families have been bribed, tricked or coerced into giving up their children to U.S. citizens and
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Dream of adopting child from Africa becomes nightmare for couple
Reuters - 23 Hours ago
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Emily and Matt Knudsen began the lengthy process of adopting a child from Africa, they believed they would be saving an orphan in distress. "Our biggest desire
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Dream of adopting child from Africa becomes nightmare for U.S. couple
Reuters Africa - 23 Hours ago
By Tom Esslemont LONDON, May 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Emily and Matt Knudsen began the lengthy process of adopting a child from Africa, they believed they would be saving an orphan
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Out of Africa: How early humans first got to Europe
CBS News - 23 Hours ago
A new study determined that early humans migrated out of Africa through Egypt, a finding bolstered by the discovery an almost complete skull in the Manot Cave of Israel's Western Galilee dating back 55,000
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U.S. Seeks Improved Nigeria Ties With Inauguration of President
Bloomberg - 5/28/2015
The U.S. sees the inauguration of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari as a potential springboard to improving security and economic ties long hindered by military abuses and endemic corruption. Reflecting
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Top Angolan journalist sentenced
BBC - 5/28/2015
From the section Africa Rafael Marques de Morais has won a freedom of expression award A renowned Angolan journalist has been given a six-month suspended jail sentence for falsely linking military
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Journalist Rafael Marques Given Two Year Suspended Sentence In Angolan Defamation
Forbes.com - 5/28/2015
Follow Comments Following Comments Unfollow Comments In court Thursday in Luanda, Angola, a judge found journalist Rafael Marques guilty of criminal defamation of Angolan military generals and gave
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Ivory Coast confirms H5N1 bird flu outbreak: OIE
Reuters - 24 Hours ago
PARIS The outbreak started on April 9 and was confirmed in positive laboratory test results last week, the Paris-based OIE said in a statement, citing information received from the government's veterinary
Ivory Coast confirms H5N1 bird flu outbreak - OIE Reuters Africa
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S.African stocks dip, Foschini tumbles as earnings miss consensus
Reuters Africa - 5/28/2015
JOHANNESBURG May 28 (Reuters) - South African stocks edged lower on Thursday, with retailer Foschini Group taking a knock from lower-than-expected full-year headline earnings, marking its biggest daily
Stocks dip, Foschini tumbles as earnings miss consensus Moneyweb
REUTERS - S.African stocks dip, Foschini tumbles as earnings miss consensus Namibia Press Agency
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Insurgency in Egypt
Reuters India - 23 Hours ago
A man buys fuel for his motor bike in plastic bottles as residents suffer from fuel shortage, in Rafah, northern Sinai, Egypt, May 25, 2015. Cairo accused Hamas, which shares the same agenda as Mursi's
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OPEC Output Target Seconded by Libya as Ministers Head to Vienna
La Repubblica - 5/28/2015
(Bloomberg) -- OPEC will maintain its production target next week, Libya’s deputy vice prime minister said, joining Kuwait in predicting no policy change when oil ministers from the 12-member group meet
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UPDATE 1-Nigeria agriculture minister wins African Development Bank presidency
Reuters - 5/28/2015
(Adds Nigeria finance minister quote, details) ABIDJAN After six rounds of voting that saw seven rivals from across the continent defeated, Adesina secured around 60 percent of the vote in an election
Nigeria agriculture minister wins African Development Bank presidency Capital Bay
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Power Crunch From South Africa to Nigeria Curbs Outlook
La Repubblica - 5/28/2015
(Updates with comment from banker in ninth paragraph.) From Nigeria to Ghana, and South Africa to Zambia, inadequate power supply and the lack of infrastructure to deliver electricity is crimping economic
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