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’Cyclone leaves 15,000 awaiting rescue’

PSome 15,000 people still need to be rescued from the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai, Mozambique officials say. The cyclone…

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South Sudan forms unity govt in May despite opposition issues

South Sudanese much-awaited Transitional Unity Government (TGoNU) will be formed in May, amid doubts by the opposition who cite delays…

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Amnesty Int’l: US aircraft ‘killed Somali civilians’

cAmnesty International says US air strikes have been killing civilians in Somalia, in a possible violation of international humanitarian law.…

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’Clear’ parallels between Boeing crashes – Dagmawit Moges

Flight data from the Ethiopian Airlines disaster a week ago suggest “clear similarities” with a crash off Indonesia last October,…

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’Tell the world we are suffering’

sMozambique’s port city of Beira is reeling from the damage inflicted by Cyclone Idai. So far 200 people have been…

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Daasebre Diawuo: Implementation of ROPAA will consolidate democratic governance

Daasebre Dr Amankona Diawuo, the Paramount Chief of Berekum in the Bono Region, has challenged the committee constituted by the…

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Deadly cyclone tears into Zimbabwe

PA tropical storm has swept away bridges and homes in eastern Zimbabwe, killing at least 24 people, officials say. Cyclone…

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‘UNEA has reshaped global environment agenda since inception’

The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) has reshaped the global environmental agenda since its inaugural summit in 2014, experts have…

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Relatives mourn Ethiopia plane crash dead

PCeremonies have been held in Ethiopia and Kenya for the 157 victims of last week’s Ethiopia Airlines plane crash. Relatives…

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DR Congo president frees political prisoners, 700 others

Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC’s) new president, Felix Tshisekedi, pardoned three prominent political prisoners and 700 regular ones on Wednesday,…

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