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Niger witnesses deadly terrorist attack by Boko Haram jihadis, village burned, 27 people killed

Boko Haram terrorists had attacked a village in Niger a day before regional elections. They burned most of the village and killed 27 people.

Hundreds of fishermen contract mysterious skin disease in Senegal, suffer from lesions on the face, extremities and skin rash

Hundreds of fishermen in Senegal, a small country in West Africa, have contracted a mysterious skin disease recently

Islamist group executes close to 30 people en masse in Democratic Republic of Congo

The officials have blamed the ADF, a Ugandan Islamic group, for the killings of the civilians in Congo.

Over 50 Islamic terrorists aligned to Al-Qaeda killed in an airstrike by French forces in Mali

On October 30 in Mali, the Barkhane forces conducted an airstrike that neutralised more than 50 terrorists.

Coronavirus: How ‘corona box’ technology is helping fight COVID-19 pandemic and opening up trade market in African countries

African countries, where India has always been the preferred exporter of engineering products, have increasingly become favoured destination for various other products too.

Outrage grows in Somalia as bill legitimising child marriage tabled in Parliament, UN and other international bodies criticise the move

Bill tabled in Somalia parliament legalizing marriage of girls without their consent once they achieve sexual maturity

Health authorities express concern over the rise in Ebola cases in Congo, WHO starts vaccination

Democratic Republic of the Congo is facing another Ebola outbreak, raising the concern of health authorities

Coronavirus: China engages in racism against Africans even as it accuses the USA of being racist towards them

Racism against Africans has been reported in the Guangzhou city of China. The allegations surfaced after a recent spark in the number of Wuhan Coronavirus cases in the country which were allegedly imported by Nigerians.

Burkina Faso: 20 civilians die after Jihadi terrorists attack a village, govt decides to arm citizens to combat terrorism

The attack comes at the backdrop of France's decision to send additional troops to the Sahel region.

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Mamata Banerjee declares war against Suvendu Adhikari, will contest 2021 polls from Nandigram, latter says ‘challenge accepted’

Mamata Banerjee declared that she would be contesting the upcoming Assembly polls from Nandigram in Purba Medinipur.

From Times of Islamabad to The Hindu: 5 media outlets which ’knew about the Balakot airstrike before it happened’ according to ‘liberal’ logic

The Mumbai Police leaked the private WhatsApp chats of Arnab Goswami on the internet in order to embarrass the Republic TV Editor.

California pauses the use of a huge batch of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: Read why

Prior to this, a doctor in Boston had developed a severe allergic reaction after receiving Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

‘Took his penis out and asked me to feel it’: Actress Sherlyn Chopra accuses Sajid Khan of sexual harassment

Sherlyn Chopra has come forward and alleged that Sajid Khan took his penis out of his pants when she went to meet him in 2006

Director of ‘Tandav’ issues ‘unconditional apology’ for hurting Hindu sentiments after UP Police registers an FIR: Details

Ali Abbas Zafar, the director of the recently released controversial web series Tandav, has issued an "unconditional apology".

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British-Pakistani singer Zayn Malik says he loves India and fans can’t keep calm

Recently, Zayn Malik was heard singing Mohammad Rafi's Chaudavi Ka Chand in the track Tightrope.

‘Madam Chief Minister’ poster row: Bhim Sena threatens to cut off Richa Chadha’s tongue, actress apologises for poster

The poster of 'Madam Chief Minister' showed Richa Chadha holding a broom. Many have called it an offensive stereotyping of the Dalit community.

‘Not a single NPA in the three decades of its existence,’ Adani Group rubbishes Subramanian Swamy’s allegations

On Friday, BJP MP Subramanian Swamy had put out allegations on Twitter against Adani accusing him of non-payment of loans worth Rs 4.5 lakhs, which has allegedly turned into an NPA.

What the Nidhi-Harvard story reveals about our world: Get off your high horse, you are not that special, anyway

Liberal journalist, Nidhi Razdan, thought she had received an offer from Harvard University to become an Associate Professor of journalism.

Congress admits Mumbai police leaked Arnab Goswami chats: Here are all the wild conspiracy theories they generated

Prithviraj Chavan has admitted that it was the Mumbai Police which leaked the private WhatsApp chats of Arnab Goswami.

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