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West African officials head for Mali after ‘attempted coup’

West African officials were on Tuesday heading for Mali, plunged into crisis after the military.

Military officers detain Mali’s president, prime minister and defence minister

Military officers in Mali arrested the president, prime minister and defence minister of the country’s.

United Nations to launch Gaza aid appeal as Israel-Hamas ceasefire holds

A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas held into a third day on Sunday as mediators.

Thailand to tighten border controls after detecting South African COVID-19 variant
Thailand to tighten border controls after detecting South African COVID-19 variant

Thai border controls will tighten after the discovery of three local cases of the South.

Nigerian army chief dies in air force plane crash

Nigeria’s army chief, Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru, died in a plane crash on Friday on.

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Cameroonian transgender women convicted of ‘attempted homosexuality’

 A court in Cameroon sentenced two transgender women on Tuesday to five years in prison.

South Africa’s Zulu Regent Queen Dlamini Zulu Dies at 65

South Africa’s Zulu regent Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu has died at 65, officials said,.

Chad president Idriss Deby dies on frontline, says army spokesperson

Chad’s President Idriss Deby has died while visiting troops on the frontline of a fight.

Botswana replaces finance minister with immediate effect

Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi has appointed trade minister Peggy Serame to the position of finance.

Saudi U.N. envoy: U.S. report on Khashoggi does not prove accusations

Saudi Arabia’s U.N. ambassador said on Monday a U.S. intelligence report that implicated the kingdom’s.