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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.
Two-thirds of children in C. Africa need emergency aid: UNICEF
The United Nations children's agency UNICEF has warned that two-thirds of all children in Central African Republic, amounting to 1.5 million kids, need emergency aid.
Russia slams France's 'historical egotism' in Africa, asserts diplomatic presence
Russia has denounced France's "egotist" behavior in Africa and has urged the country to recognize its peace efforts in the continent at the United Nations Security Council.
Africa set for a massive free trade area
Following the unveiling of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement in Kigali, Rwanda, in March 2018, Africa is about to become the world’s largest free trade area: 55 countries merging into a single market of 1.2 billion people with a combined GDP of $2.5 trillion.
Iran's exports to Africa up by 17%
Iran's exports to the African states in the six months from March 21-September 22 amounted to $397 million which indicates a 17-percent growth compared to the figure for the same period last year, said the director general of Trade Promotion Organization's office for Arab-African Affairs.
Africa’s youngest billionaire kidnapped in Tanzania: Police
Dar es Salaam police chief implicated foreigners in the crime during a press conference, adding they had “shot into the air” before bustling billionaire Mohammed Dewji into their car.
Japanese carmaker opens first service center in Africa
Japanese truck and bus manufacturer Isuzu Motors launched the first Isuzu service center in Africa at its assembly plant in Nairobi.
Iran seeks trade ties with East Africa
Iran is seeking trade and investment opportunities in East Africa.
Chinese president Xi offers another $60 billion to Africa
Chinese President Xi Jinping offered another $60 billion in financing for Africa on Monday and wrote off some debt for poorer African nations, while warning against funds going toward ‘vanity projects’.
Africa’s economic growth prospects amongst the world’s brightest
The best time to invest in Africa is now. However, foreign investors have not moved into the continent as quickly as expected because foreign investment decisions are often methodically over-structured. One of the major factors cited is too much risk. But risks and profits are inseparable twins: high-risk ventures are frequently associated with higher profits.
Trump says wants Pompeo to 'closely study' SAfrican land seizures, farm killings
Donald Trump said on Wednesday he had asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to “closely study the South Africa land and farm seizures” and the killing of farmers there.
Africa represents genuine opportunity for Iran's economy: Envoy
African continent has a special significance for Iran in economic ties representing a genuine economic opportunity for the Islamic Republic, said Iran's ambassador to the Ivory Coast.

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