Africa

Fulani herdsmen strike in Benue again, kill 11

  Fulani herdsmen, again, in the early hours of Saturday, attacked Tombo village in Logo Local Government Area of Benue State and killed 11 persons. The latest attack came barely…

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Japanese Climber, South African Guide Die on Table Mountain

  JOHANNESBURG — In a dramatic overnight operation, emergency responders early Tuesday descended on ropes from a cable car on South Africa’s Table Mountain to recover the bodies of two…

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US, Britain and Norway Warn South Sudan Parties Over Cease-fire Violations

  JUBA — The United States, Britain and Norway have called on parties in South Sudan’s conflict to stop violating a cease-fire signed last month, their heads of mission in…

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Justin Kingland wishes wife a happy birthday (PHOTO)

My love and respect grows for you with each passing year. I am truly blessed to have you as my life partner. The various ups and downs that we have…

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UN Security Council Welcomes 6 New Members

  The U.N. Security Council has welcomed six new non-permanent members — Equatorial Guinea, Ivory Coast, Kuwait, the Netherlands, Peru, and Poland. The six new countries, voted on by the…

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Congo’s Top Catholic Slams State ‘Barbarism’ After Deadly Protests

  KINSHASA, DRC — The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Congo on Tuesday condemned a crackdown on protests against President Joseph Kabila as “barbarism,” escalating a confrontation between…

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Liberian President-elect Tempers Expectations, Plans Agriculture Push

      MONROVIA — Liberian President-elect George Weah on Tuesday set modest goals for his six-year term, calling for Liberia to start exporting crops and repairing decrepit infrastructure, in…

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