UA-55651553-1
Friday, October 19, 2018

Freed Mauritania anti-slavery campaigner, Biram Dah Abeid to run for president

A leading anti-slavery campaigner in Mauritania said on Wednesday he would again run for president, one day after a Supreme Court decision freed him...

LIFESTYLE

TECHNOLOGY

LATEST NEWS

Court rejects all petitions calling for re-run of Cameroon elections

Cameroon’s Constitutional Council on Friday rejected the last of 18 petitions calling for a re-run of an Oct. 7 election that...

New documentary on 1980 Zimbabwe massacres targets president

A new documentary on massacres by Zimbabwe’s military has led to harsh exchanges as the 1980s killings challenge a new...

New technology in rice farming changing lives in Mali

When rice farmers started producing yields nine times larger than normal in the Malian desert near the famed town of Timbuktu...
[td_block_social_counter custom_title=”STAY CONNECTED” facebook=”envato” twitter=”envato” youtube=”envato”]

POPULAR ARTICLES

Militants involved in Libya airport attack arrested

The Libyan Special Deterrent Force arrested 61 militants involved in the recent attack on Tripoli's M'etiga International Airport, said the force in a statement...

Kenya launches drugs manufacturing plant to ease imports

Kenya on Monday launched a 75 million U.S. dollar plant to manufacture essential medicine amid a drive to tame a rising import bill estimated...

UN peacekeepers returns to mission in Western Sahara signalling end to spat

United Nations civilian staff have begun returning to the peacekeeping mission in the Western Sahara, signaling the apparent end of a dispute sparked by...

LATEST REVIEWS

Libya’s Bani Walid elders to UN talk to us or you...

The U.N. launched a new round of negotiations in September to unite a country that splintered along political, ideological and tribal lines during and...

RECENT COMMENTS