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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 …

Nigeria Army release over 300 suspects cleared of being members of Boko Haram

The Nigerian army has said it will free more than 300 people suspected of being part of the Boko Haram Islamist insurgency. It comes after a court in the northeastern Borno …

At least 45 killed in South Africa bus accident

A bus carrying worshippers plunged off a bridge on a mountain pass killing at least 45 people with only one surviving, authorities in South Africa said Thursday (Mar. 28). According to …

Egypt population growth declines to 1.4%

In Egypt, population growth is at half-mast. In 2023, it slowed to 1.4%, its lowest rate in decades, according to figures by the Ministry of Planning data published on Thursday. Egypt …

A Filipino villager is nailed to a cross for the 35th time on Good Friday

A Filipino villager has been nailed to a wooden cross for the 35th time to reenact Jesus Christ’s suffering in a brutal Good Friday tradition he said he would devote to …

Four persons sentenced to death in Tunisia for a 2013 assassination of a politician

A Tunisian court sentenced four people to death and two to life in prison on charges stemming from the murder of a left-wing politician, a public prosecutor said Wednesday. Chokri Belaid, …

Central bank of Nigeria raises interest rates to combat soaring inflation

Nigeria’s central bank implemented a significant increase in its monetary policy rate, raising it by 200 basis points to 24.75% from the previous 22.75%, according to Governor Olayemi Cardoso on Tuesday. …

Nigerian parents reunites with their children who were in captivity

Parents of more than 130 Nigerian schoolchildren who were rescued after more than two weeks in captivity said they saw them on Wednesday and that they couldn’t hold back tears of …

Six presumed dead in Baltimore bridge collapse

6 people were presumed dead late Tuesday (Mar.26) in the east of the United States of America after the collapse of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key bridge. The superintendent for Maryland State …

Four people killed in blast near police station in Kenya

An explosion at a small hotel near a police station in north-eastern Kenya killed four people on Monday (Mar. 25). The blast took place in the town of Mandera, which is …

Togolese will no longer elect their president as they adopt new Constitution moving nation from presidential to parliamentary system

Togolese will no longer elect their president. Late Monday (Mar. 25), lawmakers adopted a new constitution introduced by members of the ruling party which transitions the West African nation from a …