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Mali’s political parties appeal to Supreme Court

A group of Malian political parties and civil society organisations appealed to the Supreme Court on Monday to annul the junta’s ban on political activities. In a statement, the group said …

Rwanda says it is ready for migrants deported from UK

The Rwandan government said Tuesday it welcomes the decision by the British parliament to approve its migrant deportation bill. The legislation was finally pushed through late on Monday, two years after it …

Niger and US begin talks on withdrawal of American troops

Talks have begun between the authorities in Niger and the US for the withdrawal of American troops stationed in two airbases in the sahelian nation. On Tuesday both parties gave confirmation …

Libya Marshal Haftar meets Vladimir Putin in Moscow

The strongman of eastern Libya, Marshal Khalifa Haftar, was received by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Thursday, his Libyan Arab Armed Forces (LAAF) and the Kremlin announced. Marshal Haftar …

South African archbishop to become one of Pope Francis’ newest advisors

New advisors to Pope Francis will be officially “created” or appointed on Saturday (Sep. 30) during a ceremony inside St. Peter’s Basilica. During the event known as consistory, picked clergymen will receive …

Voters cast their ballots in legislative elections in Eswatini

Voters in Eswatini began casting their ballots on Friday for legislative elections taking place in Africa’s last absolute monarchy. The 500,000 registered voters will select 59 members of the lower house …

Gabon charges wife of ousted president with ‘money laundering’

Sylvia Bongo Ondimba Valentine, the wife of Gabon’s ousted president Ali Bongo Ondimba has been charged with “money laundering” and other offences, the public prosecutor said Friday (Sep. 29) a month …

woman killed at Cairo University by rejected colleague in Egypt

A Cairo University employee was shot and killed by a rejected colleague, the Egyptian Interior Ministry announced late Wednesday, a new case of femicide in the most populous Arab country. “An …

U.S. Defense Secretary denounces African putschists

The United States will continue to support “civilian-led” armies in Africa, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said in Luanda on Wednesday, blaming militaries on the continent for “subverting the will of …

Business:Prioritizing African agenda at the UN general Assembly

During a momentous gathering at the recent United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), African nations took center stage. Their unwavering demand for fair representation within international financial institutions, such as the IMF …

Sports:Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania named joint hosts of 2027 AFCON

The 2027 Africa Cup of Nations will be jointly hosted by Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, while Morocco will stage the 2025 edition, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced on Wednesday. …

Algeria, Morocco fights over Western Sahara at UN

Moroccan and Algerian representatives to the United Nations sparred over the fate of Western Sahara on Tuesday, with Algiers calling for the revival of a long-stalled referendum on the fate of …

Floods reveal new ancient structure at ancient Greek city near Derna

The devastating floods that swept through Libya have revealed new structures at an ancient Greek city near Derna. The Libyan authorities who came to inspect the ancient city and salvage what …