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Refugees in transit from the border with DRC to Rwamwanja, Uganda
Photos   Refugees   South Sudan   Uganda   Wikipedia: South Sudanese Civil War  
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Uganda At Critical Breaking Point in Refugee Crisis
| The United Nations is warning that Uganda is nearing a "breaking point" with almost 3,000 refugees pouring into the country everyday fleeing violence and famine in South Sudan, according to Al Jazee... (photo: Creative Commons / DFID - UK Department for International Development)
Young girls line up at a feeding centre in Mogadishu, Somalia, on March 9, 2017. Somalia is currently experiencing a severe drought, and may be on the brink of famine unless urgent humanitarian action is taken soon.
Famine   Photos   Somalia   Wikipedia: International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement   Yemen  
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Red Cross Warns Of Being Months Away From Famine in Yemen and Somalia
| The Red Cross warns that in three months, millions could be suffering from famine in Yemen and Somalia on Wednesday, according to Reuters. | The charity said that $300 million is necessary to bring ... (photo: UN / Tobin Jones)
In this Sunday , May. 3, 2015 file photo a doctor attends to a Malnourished child as women and children rescued by Nigerian soldiers wait to receive treatment at a refugee camp in Yola, Nigeria.  Press TV 
Cameroon expelled 2,600 Nigerians fleeing Boko Haram: UN
More than 2,600 Nigerians who fled into northern Cameroon to escape Boko Haram Takfiri militants have been forced to go home since the start of the year, the UN said Tuesday. | Thousands of Nigerians ... (photo: AP / Sunday Alamba file))
Nigerians Refugees   Photos   Refugees In Cameroon   United Nations   Wikipedia: Nigerian refugees  
File - Soldiers stand guards at the scene of an explosion at a market in Kano, Nigeria. Wednesday Nov. 18, 2015.  Deccan Chronicle 
Gunmen kill 17 in Nigeria market attack: police
Kano: Gunmen killed 17 people, mostly women and children, after invading a farming community in central Nigeria, police said Tuesday, the latest violence linked to grazing rights disputes. | The attac... (photo: AP / Muhammed Giginyu)
Islamic State   Nigeria Market Attack   Photos   Terrorism In Nigeria   Wikipedia: Boko Haram  
Top Stories
Nollywood actors in movie avenger cobra Quartz
Nollywood is giving the world a taste of true African glamour
Lagos | There’s a buzz in Nollywood right now. | Last month the romantic comedy The Wedding Party became the first movie from Nigeria’s growing film industry ... (photo: Creative Commons / Wilson joshua c.)
African glamour   Entertainment   Nollywood   Photos   Wikipedia: Nollywood  
Tipico's sponsorzed football ball unveiled prior to the soccer game between FC Admira Wacker vs. SV Mattersburg The Times Of India
Football player thanks wife and girlfriend during man of the match speech
JOHANNESBURG: South Africa-based Ghanaian footballer Mohammed Anas was so excited after scoring twice in a top-flight match that he thanked his wife - and his girlfriend.... (photo: Creative Commons / Steindy)
Ajax Cape Town   Free State Stars   Mohammed Anas   Photos   Wikipedia: Ajax Cape Town F.C.  
Mali's national soccer team during their African Cup of Nations Group C soccer match against Guinea in Mongomo, Equatorial Guinea, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. The Himalayan
Mali banned from international football
Suspension due to government interference FIFA blames action of sports minister | ZURICH: Mali has been suspended from international football after the West African count... (photo: AP / Themba Hadebe)
FEMAFOOT   FIFA   Mali Soccer Team   Photos   Wikipedia: FIFA  
New president of the African soccer confederation Ahmad of Madagascar, speaks at a press conference after being chosen at the general assembly of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia This Day
Ahmad Ends Hayatou’s 29-year Reign as CAF President
Pinnick elected CAF Executive Committee member | Duro Ikhazuagbe in Addis Ababa | Madagascar’s Football Federation President, Ahmad, thursday at the 39th General Assemb... (photo: AP / Photo)
Ahmad Ahmad   Confederation of African Football   Issa Hayatou   Photos   Wikipedia: Ahmad Ahmad  
FILE- In this Wednesday May. 24, 2000 file photo, diamond prospectors sift through the earth in the Corbert mine in Waiima, Sierra Leone, 40 kilometers (25 miles) east of Bo in central Sierra Leone Topix
Sierra Leone pastor discovers 706-carat diamond in village
In this photo taken from video footage, Sierra Leone's President Ernest Bai Koroma hands a diamond during a meeting with delegates of Kono district, where the gem was fou... (photo: AP / Adam Butler, File)
Diamond   Pastor Emmanuel Momoh   Photos   Sierra Leone   Wikipedia: Mining in Sierra Leone  
A leopard, lies in its enclosure at the Dachigam wildlife sanctuary on the outskirts of Srinagar 09, September 2011. A hunting ban and the common sense not to carry a gun in the forests of revolt-hit Indian Kashmir has brought a boom in leopard, bear and other animal populations, wildlife officials say. The latest assessment provides some rare good news for the Himalayan region, where a number of mountain beasts had been seriously endangered due to demand for items such as bear skins and shawls made from the hair of antelopes. Reuters
Senegal detains three men for trafficking hundreds of animal skins
DAKAR (Reuters) - A Senegal court remanded in custody two Senegalese and a Malian on Thursday for involvement in the trade of hundreds of animal skins, including a specie... (photo: WN / Imran Nissar)
Animal Skins   Crime   Photos   Senegal   Wikipedia: Wildlife trade  
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- Water Shortage May Endanger 600m Children, Says UNICEF
- Dissolve the neocolonial Nigerian State Now And The Killings
- Exclusive: Ed Sheeran moved to tears by Liberia trip
- What do we do for Africa?
File - Children in front of their home that has been placed under Ebola virus quarantine, after a 17-year old boy died from the Ebola virus near the homestead on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia, Wednesday, July 1, 2015.
Exclusive: Ed Sheeran moved to tears by Liberia trip
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- World Bank approves $200 mln loan for Nigerian farmers
- IMF says Nigeria needs urgent reform-document
- IBM assures Ghana of commitment to cloud, digital drive. Pre
- Avoid Nigeria ETF Amid Economic Challenges
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Environment Travel
- Coalition For Change (C4C) Condemns Autocracy In Sierra Leon
- Let's work together to keep the environment clean
- Sierra Leone: Amnesty International Condemns Recent Human Ri
- Geologist for Shell says company hid Nigeria spill dangers
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President Donald Trump speaks on the phone with King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017.
The Great Negotiator Fails To Unite Republicans Over Health Care Bill
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- Coalition For Change (C4C) Condemns Autocracy In Sierra Leon
- UCC Institute of Education not a monster - Professor Ocansey
- Shipping community schooled on Rotterdam Rules
- Sierra Leone: Amnesty International Condemns Recent Human Ri
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