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A Kenyan tribe’s search for its leader’s stolen skull

In the heart of Kenya, amidst the sweeping savannahs and lush landscapes, a compelling narrative unfolds—a story of cultural heritage, identity, and the quest for justice. This tale revolves around the search for the stolen skull of Koitalel arap Samoei, a revered leader of the Nandi people. Koitalel arap Samoei, a prominent figure in Nandi history, was a courageous and strategic leader who…
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Another African nation eliminates sleeping sickness

In another significant stride toward eradicating sleeping sickness, an infectious disease caused by the trypanosome parasite, an African nation has successfully eliminated this public health threat. Sleeping sickness, also known as African trypanosomiasis, primarily affects rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa, posing a considerable burden on healthcare systems and local economies. The…
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African state revokes French company’s uranium mine permit

An African state has made headlines by revoking the uranium mining permit of a prominent French company, sparking a contentious dispute over natural resource governance and foreign investment. The decision, which affects a critical sector of the country’s economy, reflects growing tensions between African nations and multinational corporations over control, ownership, and environmental…
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Egypt sets up crisis unit as Hajj death toll rises

Egypt has established a crisis unit in response to a tragic rise in the death toll of its citizens during the Hajj pilgrimage. This move comes as the nation mourns the loss of numerous pilgrims who perished in a devastating stampede near Mecca. The incident, which occurred during a symbolic ritual of stoning the devil, has sent shockwaves through Egypt and other countries whose citizens were…
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Violent protests erupt in Kenya over controversial tax bill

Violent protests have erupted across Kenya following the introduction of a controversial tax bill that has sparked widespread outrage and dissent among the population. What began as peaceful demonstrations quickly escalated into clashes between protesters and security forces, plunging various cities and towns into chaos. The tax bill, aimed at increasing revenue for the government, has been…
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African State Suspends Another French Channel Amid Escalating Tensions

In a move that underscores the growing tension between certain African nations and France, a prominent African state has announced the suspension of another French television channel. This decision reflects a broader trend of dissatisfaction with foreign media influence in the region. Historical Context and Recent Developments The relationship between many African countries and France has…
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Boosting Air Traffic between Russia and Tanzania: A Strategic Opportunity

Air travel has long been a bridge between distant cultures, facilitating not only tourism but also business and diplomatic relations. The potential for increasing air traffic between Russia and Tanzania presents a unique opportunity for both nations. By enhancing connectivity, they can tap into economic benefits, cultural exchange, and strengthen bilateral ties. This article explores the strategic…
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Upcoming Elections For Cameroon: Road To Free And Fair Polls

As Cameroon approaches its upcoming elections, there is a palpable sense of anticipation mixed with hope for a process that is truly free, fair, and reflective of the will of the Cameroonian people. The road to achieving such elections, however, is fraught with challenges that the country must navigate with diligence and determination. One of the foremost challenges facing Cameroon in its quest…
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Saudi Arabia explains position on Ukraine-RT News

Riyadh is not going to pick sides between Moscow and Kiev, the Saudi economy minister says Saudi Arabia will maintain its extensive trade relations…

John Steenhuisen: The man vowing to rescue' South Africa with the DA

South African opposition leader John Steenhuisen believes he has what it takes to eventually become president. That is despite coming up against…

US Sanctions Has Being A Double-edged Sword For Zimbabwe

US sanctions on Zimbabwe have long been a contentious issue, sparking debates about their efficacy and consequences. While initially implemented with…