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Nigerian Dies In South Africa Police Custody

Nigerian citizens and members of the South African police have protested outside a medical facility on Saturday following the death of a Nigerian in police custody in Johannesburg. Details are still hazy as to what exactly happened, but some versions claim that the 33 year old Nigerian was a drug ...

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Release Egyptian Journalist Ismail Alexandrani, NED Cries Out

The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) has expressed its grave concern over the detention of Egyptian investigative journalist and researcher Ismail Alexandrani, who served as a Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow at NED’s International Forum for Democratic Studies in 2012–2013. Alexandrani was detained upon arrival at Egypt’s Hurghada airport on Sunday, November ...

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Step Down After Tenure Expiration In 2017, U.S. Advises Rwandan President

Samantha Power, United States Ambassador to the United Nations, says Washington expects Rwandan President, Paul Kagame, to set an example for the region and step down at the end of his second term in office in 2017. Power, spoke to reporters on Wednesday that “President Kagame has an opportunity to ...

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Buhari Arrives Paris

President Buhari with his entourage has arrived in Paris, France. He was received  at the airport by the Val De Marne Governor, H.E . Thiery Leleu.

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Zimbabwe: Dangote To Invest In Power, Coal, Cement

Africa’s richest man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote said Monday that he planned to invest in mining and power generation projects in Zimbabwe as well as set up a large cement factory. Dangote met with President Robert Mugabe in Harare, the capital in a rare sign of possible foreign investments in Zimbabwe, ...

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Eygpt Summons UK Envoy Casson Over Aljazeera Verdict Remarks

Egypt’s Foreign Ministry has summoned the British ambassador John Casson over comments he made on a court’s decision to hand down prison sentences to three Al Jazeera journalists, state television has reported. The Cairo court sentenced Egyptian Baher Mohamed and Canadian Mohamed Fahmy to three years in prison while Australian ...

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Sent Into Freedom: Mauritanian Flees From Slavery In Africa For Life In Germany

Ahmet Falla, a soft-spoken 20-year-old from Mauritania does not want to spend his life in slavery like his mother did. He wants to live in freedom. He hopes to find it in a small town in northeast Germany. Slavery is a matter of hereditary caste in traditional Saharan and Sahelian ...

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South Africa: Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 83, Readmitted To Hospital

South African Archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu was hospitalised Tuesday with a persistent infection just a week after he was discharged following treatment for the same ailment, his foundation said. Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation said in a statement: “Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has been re-admitted to a hospital in ...

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Tony Elumelu Foundation: 1,000 African Entrepreneurs Gather In Nigeria For Boot Camp

One thousand entrepreneurs from across Africa gathered in Ota, Southwest Nigeria, between Friday and Saturday for an intensive two-day boot camp hosted by Tony Elumelu Foundation. The 1,000 entrepreneurs were all part of the inaugural class of the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme (TEEP), a multi-year programme of training, funding and mentoring, ...

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Spain Buys €6.5bn Oil From Nigeria

The Government of Spain on Tuesday said it bought oil and gas worth 6.5 billion Euros from Nigeria in 2014. The Spanish Ambassador Alfonso Sebastian de Erice, made the trade value known on a visit to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Yakubu Dogara at the National Assembly. Appreciating ...

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