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At least 20 people killed in stampede at church service in Tanzania
At least 20 people were killed and more than a dozen hurt in a stampede as worshippers rushed to be anointed during a church service in northern Tanzania, officials said on Sunday.
World Bank urged to scrap $500m loan to Tanzania over schoolgirls' rights concerns
An opposition MP and activists in Tanzania are urging the World Bank to withdraw a $500 million (£381 million) loan to the country, amid concerns over deteriorating human rights, particularly for women and girls.
Early Stone Age populations in Tanzania made cutting tools optimized for different uses
Early Stone Age populations living in northern Tanzania around 1.2 million years ago made cutting tools that were optimized for their intended use, a study has found.
Tanzania not sharing information on suspected Ebola cases: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) has accused Tanzania of failing to provide information on suspected cases of Ebola in the country, potentially hindering efforts to curb the spread of the deadly virus.
Tanzania not sharing information on Ebola: WHO
Tanzania is refusing to provide detailed information on suspected Ebola cases, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a rare public rebuke as the region struggles with an outbreak already declared a global health emergency.
Tanzania not sharing information on Ebola
Tanzania is refusing to provide detailed information on suspected Ebola cases, the World Health Organization (WHO) said, a rare public rebuke as the region struggles to contain an outbreak already declared a global health emergency.
Tanzania seizes ivory tusks equivalent to 117 elephants killed
Tanzania has seized ivory tusks equivalent to killing at least 117 elephants, its tourism minister said, part of its drive to stamp out organised criminal networks involved in years of industrial-scale poaching.
Tanzania's economic growth slows in first quarter as construction softens
Tanzania’s economic growth slowed to 6.6 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2019 from 7.5 percent in the same period a year earlier, official data showed on Sunday, weighed down by softer construction, agriculture and manufacturing activity.
Tanzania's China-backed $10 billion port plan stalls over terms: official
A planned $10 billion port project in Tanzania backed by China has hit an impasse, with the two sides disagreeing on terms of the infrastructure investment, a senior Tanzanian port official said on Wednesday.
Tanzania loses Denmark aid over rights concerns after World Bank scraps loan
Tanzania’s second-biggest donor Denmark said it would withhold $10 million worth of aid money, citing concerns over human rights abuses and “unacceptable homophobic comments” made by a government official.
Tanzania frees two members of CPJ journalists' advocacy group
Tanzania released two staff members of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Thursday, a day after they were detained and their passports seized, the South African Foreign Ministry said.
African billionaire abducted in Tanzania returns home safely
Africa’s youngest billionaire, snatched a week ago off the street outside a luxury hotel in Tanzania, returned back home safely, police said on Saturday.
Lake Victoria Tanzania ferry disaster death toll hits 100
Many are missing and it is feared that more than 200 people in total may have drowned. Rescue efforts resumed on Friday after being halted overnight.
Over 100 die in Tanzania ferry disaster
The death toll in a ferry capsize in Lake Victoria climbed to more than 100 on Friday, as Tanzanian rescue workers pressed on with searches to find scores of more people feared drowned.
Tanzania declares September month for observing cultural heritage
The government of Tanzania declared September a month for celebrating the rich cultural heritage of the East African country.

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