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Africa:Invisible Hand of the West On Libyan Slave Market - World News
Africa:Invisible Hand of the West On Libyan Slave Market 2 days ago
[Monitor] Despite all the aggressive marketing of the 'Africa rising' mantra, the results on the ground tell a different story. The latest contradiction is the case of the ignominious slave market in Libya. Migrants beating a hasty and desperate retreat f
Africa:'Dream Trip' to Europe Gets More Perilous as Slave Trade Takes Root -World News
Africa:'Dream Trip' to Europe Gets More Perilous as Slave Trade Takes Root 2 days ago
[Nation] A grainy video aired on CNN last month shows a group of men being auctioned off to new owners, to begin life as slaves.
Africa:The Tragedy Facing Mentally Ill People in South Africa -World News
Africa:The Tragedy Facing Mentally Ill People in South Africa 2 days ago
[GroundUp] Khululabantu Bam story brings home desperate need for better care
Africa:Mohamed Salah is African Footballer of the Year 2017 -World News
Africa:Mohamed Salah is African Footballer of the Year 2017 2 days ago
[BBC] Egypt and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been voted the overall winner of this year's BBC African Footballer of the Year Award, the first time he has been shortlisted.
Africa:You Can Get Away With Murder If You're Polite - And 4 Other Things We Learnt in 2017 -World News
Africa:You Can Get Away With Murder If You're Polite - And 4 Other Things We Learnt in 2017 2 days ago
[The Conversation Africa] The last twelve months have been a confusing time for African democracy. We have seen coups that didn't look like coups and elections that didn't look like elections. In this sense, it was a year of illusions.
South Africa poultry group calls for probe of forced labour in Brazil -World News
South Africa poultry group calls for probe of forced labour in Brazil 2 days ago
By Karla MendesRIO DE JANEIRO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - South Africa's poultry industry body has asked the government to investigate allegations
In war-torn South Sudan, one town nurtures a small-scale peace -World News
In war-torn South Sudan, one town nurtures a small-scale peace 2 days ago
By Stefanie GlinskiGANYIEL, South Sudan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Surrounded by swamps and accessible only by plane or boat, South Sudan's Ganyi
Car bomb kills journalist in Somali capital -World News
Car bomb kills journalist in Somali capital 2 days ago
A Somali television journalist was killed in a car bombing in the capital Mogadishu on Monday, an editor for the TV station and local authorities said.
Top Africa Stories: Mugabe, Putin, Kenya -World News
Top Africa Stories: Mugabe, Putin, Kenya 2 days ago
Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has been leasing out some of his family’s farm land to white businessmen, a report says, and Kenya's main opposition has postponed a mock ceremony to inaugurate its leader as president.
Zim govt 'to acquire 15 planes from Malaysia to resuscitate ailing Air Zimbabwe' – report -World News
Zim govt 'to acquire 15 planes from Malaysia to resuscitate ailing Air Zimbabwe' – report 2 days ago
The Zimbabwe government is reportedly set to acquire at least 15 planes as part of efforts to resuscitate the country's struggling national airline, Air Zimbabwe.
eNCA | Organisation to march to Union Buildings against slavery in Libya -World News
eNCA | Organisation to march to Union Buildings against slavery in Libya 2 days ago
This follows a global outcry over reports of slave markets operating in Libya.
Two dead in suicide bombing in Cameroon mosque -World News
Two dead in suicide bombing in Cameroon mosque 2 days ago
Two people were killed when a suicide bomber attacked a mosque in far northern Cameroon, a region that has been shaken by attacks blamed on Nigeria's Boko Haram jihadists, sources have said.
Mugabe's 'obedient son' sought 'divine intervention' against Grace's tirades -World News
Mugabe's 'obedient son' sought 'divine intervention' against Grace's tirades 2 days ago
Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu says he would ask his wife to pray for him to shield himself from Grace Mugabe's tirades at ruling party rallies where she dished out the dirt against her opponents within the ruling Zanu-PF.
Facing dissent from abroad, Ethiopia turns to spyware -World News
Facing dissent from abroad, Ethiopia turns to spyware 2 days ago
As soon as Ethiopian opposition activist Henok Gabisa read the email, he knew something was not right.
In Sao Tome, funding fears overshadow gains against malaria -World News
In Sao Tome, funding fears overshadow gains against malaria 2 days ago
A big roadside poster announces a "Pest Control Campaign" in Sao Tome and Principe, with a man in a white face mask wielding an insecticide spray fuelled by a tank on his back.
Hunting the shipwrecks of the slave trade -World News
Hunting the shipwrecks of the slave trade 2 days ago
Marine archaeologists in Senegal are diving on the wrecks of ships used in the transatlantic slave trade.
Amnesty accuses Europe of ‘complicity’ in abuse of Libya migrants -World News
Amnesty accuses Europe of ‘complicity’ in abuse of Libya migrants 2 days ago
Amnesty International on Tuesday accused European governments of "complicity" in the detention under horrific conditions of migrants in Libya, especially through their assistance to the Libyan coastguard implicated in people trafficking.
eNCA | EU warns DRC of election funding risk over 'harassment' -World News
eNCA | EU warns DRC of election funding risk over 'harassment' 2 days ago
In a statement, the 28-nation bloc said it was
eNCA | Two dead in suicide bombing in Cameroon mosque -World News
eNCA | Two dead in suicide bombing in Cameroon mosque 2 days ago
The death toll in Cameroon is around 2,000 while about 170,000 have been displaced, according to the Brussels-based research organisation the International Crisis Group (ICG).
EU warns DR Congo of election funding risk over ‘harassment’ -World News
EU warns DR Congo of election funding risk over ‘harassment’ 2 days ago
The European Union on Monday warned Democratic Republic of Congo it would cut off help to hold elections next year if the authorities failed to end "harassment" of the opposition and civil society.
Salah named BBC African player of the year -World News
Salah named BBC African player of the year 2 days ago
Egypt star Mohamed Salah won the prestigious BBC African Player of the Year award on Monday, rewarded for a 2017 packed with sparkling displays for Liverpool, Roma and his national team.
Six Nigerian soldiers killed in Boko Haram ambushes -World News
Six Nigerian soldiers killed in Boko Haram ambushes 2 days ago
At least six soldiers died in two separate Boko Haram ambushes in northeast Nigeria, military and civilian militia sources have said.
Six Nigerian soldiers killed in Boko Haram ambushes -World News
Six Nigerian soldiers killed in Boko Haram ambushes 2 days ago
At least six soldiers died in two separate Boko Haram ambushes in northeast Nigeria, military and civilian militia sources said on Monday.
A look at Egypt-Russia relations as Putin visits Cairo -World News
A look at Egypt-Russia relations as Putin visits Cairo 2 days ago
Relations between Russia and Egypt have rapidly grown over the past three years, with Presidents Vladimir Putin and Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi forging a multi-faceted relationship that features economic, military and political cooperation.
UN peacekeepers honour 14 troops killed in DRC -World News
UN peacekeepers honour 14 troops killed in DRC 2 days ago
The UN force in Democratic Republic of Congo has paid tribute to troops who were killed last week, in the peacekeepers' biggest single loss in nearly a quarter of a century.