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Extreme weather shaking up Africa's corn trade
At least three African nations will need to import more corn this year after extreme weather from cyclones to drought devastated crops, sparking some unusual trade flows.
Boko Haram launches multiple attacks on military bases in Nigeria, steals arms
Members of the Takfiri Boko Haram terrorist group have carried out multiple attacks on military bases in northeast Nigeria, seizing three of them and stealing weapons.
Africa calls for climate justice as green wave sweeps Europe
As a wave of public consciousness concerning the environment sweeps across Europe, African cities are hoping this will translate into greater equality when it comes to fighting climate change. One of those people calling for a fairer fight is the mayor of Accra, in Ghana.
Disease fears mount for Africa cyclone survivors
Disease is threatening to aggravate the already dire conditions facing millions of survivors following the powerful tropical cyclone that ravaged southern Africa 10 days ago, officials warned on Sunday.
President Kagame and Bill Gates: Every vaccine is a shot of adrenaline into the heart of the African economy
According to United Nations projections, by the end of this century, Africa will be home to one of every three people on the planet and to five of the world's 10 largest cities, including the largest -- Lagos, Nigeria.
Israel pushing for Africa foothold with military training: Report
A report says Israeli commandos are training local forces in more than a dozen African nations where Israeli arms exporters are already accused of being complicit in war crimes.
Iran’s trade exchanges should go beyond Europe: S. African envoy
South African Ambassador to Iran Vika Mazwi Khumalo said on Wednesday that Iran should not wait for Europe only in its trade exchanges and it should increase its trade diversity.
Central Africa peace deal to be initialed Tuesday: Sudan
A peace accord between the Central African Republic government and 14 armed groups will be initiated in Khartoum on Tuesday, and signed in full at a later date, the government in Sudan, which hosted the peace talks, announced.
Italy, UN launch Africa Center for Climate and Sustainable Development
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has opened a new center here set up by the government in partnership with the UN to fight climate change and boost sustainable development in Africa.
Iran to provide engineering services for dam construction in Tanzania
An Iranian firm will provide engineering consultancy services for the construction of a major dam on the Rufiji River in Tanzania, where the $3 billion project is expected to create the largest reservoir in East Africa and double the electricity supply of the country.
Italy again accuses France of exploiting Africa
Italy has once again accused France of continuing to exploit Africa, saying French policies are creating poverty and causing mass migration in the impoverished continent.
Africa cuts new cases of top maize disease
Interventions such as disease-free seeds and field hygiene have helped cut new cases of maize lethal necrosis in Sub-Saharan Africa, scientists say.
Over 60 people killed in US airstrikes in Somalia
The US has carried out fresh airstrikes in Somalia, killing dozens of purported terrorists there as Washington steps up its military presence in Africa.
Report sheds light on extent of US military presence in Africa
A United States military briefing shows Washington runs 34 bases across Africa, contrary to the Pentagon’s insistence that it maintains a modest presence across the continent.
Attack of the small screens: Africa eyes mobile gaming boom
An army of humans laid waste to an alien colony as South African video game maker Simon Spreckley enthusiastically controlled the action using his phone’s touch screen.

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