Niger terror attack: 137 people killed in a brutal attack by armed men in one of the deadliest violence
Niger, a G5 country, has been a victim of armed violence by terrorist groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Uganda bans Twitter and Facebook over election interference allegations, Twitter cries ‘Human Rights’ violation
Uganda is scheduled to undergo presidential elections in two days.
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
The officials have blamed the ADF, a Ugandan Islamic group, for the killings of the civilians in Congo.
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
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.
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