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    Ghana police arrest 21 LGBT+ activists at ‘unlawful’ gathering

    Ghanaian police on Friday said they had detained 21 people they suspected of promoting an LGBT+ agenda at an unlawful assembly in the southeastern...

    Algerian police swamp capital, quashing protest

    A heavy police presence smothered central Algiers on Friday, effectively blocking a resumption of a weekly protest movement that the authorities have decided they...

    Former Ivory Coast PM Soro goes on trial on coup-plotting charges

    Guillaume Soro, a former prime minister and rebel leader in Ivory Coast, went on trial in absentia on Wednesday on charges he plotted a...

    Ethiopia to hold delayed elections on June 21 – vote board

    Ethiopia's twice-delayed national and regional elections will now take place on June 21, but security and logistical problems will delay voting still further in...

    African Union urges civilians and soldiers to share power in Chad

    The African Union on Thursday called for civilian and military leaders in Chad to share power until elections can be organised following the death...

    Algerian protesters face crunch point as police prepare crackdown

    Algeria's protest movement, which shook the country by ousting its veteran president in 2019, faces a critical test for its survival on Friday, with...

    France’s Le Maire says peace and security at risk if African economies are left behind

    African leaders met in Paris over the past two days in a summit convened by France to strike a multibillion-dollar “New Deal” to aid...

    IFFs: Africa loses $148bn to Corruption Yearly as Nigeria recovers $700m Stolen Funds

    ...Over $700m Stolen Funds Returned To Nigeria In Four Years The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, SAN, has...

    Moroccan minister links Ceuta crossings to Polisario leader’s hospitalisation

    Morocco was justified in relaxing controls at the border between it and Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta in view of Madrid's decision to...

    Kenya set to appoint first female chief justice at sensitive moment

    Kenyan judge Martha Koome has defended dissidents and helped to write women's rights into the constitution - now parliament has confirmed her to be...

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