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Algeria abandons hundreds more African migrants in desert
Algeria abandons hundreds more African migrants in desert
A rescue official in neighbouring Niger said on Sunday that nearly 600 African migrants in Algeria were abandoned in the desert with hardly any...
Troubled North West gets help from UN team
Troubled North West gets help from UN team
North West Premier Job Mokgoro will on Monday welcome a technical team from the United Nations to assist the province to recover.
Liberians still seek justice for war crimes
Liberians still seek justice for war crimes
As Liberia appears before the UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva, Liberians ask why the government has failed to prosecute those responsible...
Trump slams anti-breastfeeding claims
Trump slams anti-breastfeeding claims
The Trump administration has denied claims that it attempted to strongarm government officials from other countries into watering down the World...
Plastic is light, versatile and here to stay — for now
Plastic is light, versatile and here to stay — for now
Because of their role in global pollution, plastics are hugely controversial.
Using UN troops to make countries more stable can be a risky business
Using UN troops to make countries more stable can be a risky business
In 2017 56 UN peacekeepers were killed in malicious acts such as when they were deliberately attacked, the most fatalities of that kind since 1994. All but one...
Two fatalities after Bulawayo blast
Two fatalities after Bulawayo blast
Two people have succumbed to injuries sustained following the explosion that rocked Bulawayo’s White City stadium shortly after Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa had finished...
Australia failing to protect Great Barrier Reef ― activists
Australia failing to protect Great Barrier Reef ― activists
Australia is breaching commitments to protect the embattled Great Barrier Reef from the effects of land clearing, environmental groups claimed...
Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis threatens national unity. The time for change is now
Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis threatens national unity. The time for change is now
Cameroon’s governance and security problems have historically attracted little outside attention. But this seems likely to change, for two...
The great riddance
The great riddance
Once more, something extremely troubling is taking place at the heart of Europe. Unmistakably, an ever-increasing multitude of voices are making...
South Sudan on brink of new famine
South Sudan on brink of new famine
The breath is shallow and ragged, as if the intake of air is painful for two-year- old Lotabo Loworet, his bony ribs visible through his ragged...

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