Nigerian lawmakers invite Buhari to discuss Benue state killings
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Nigerian lawmakers invite Buhari to discuss Benue state killings

ABUJA (Reuters) – Lawmakers in Nigeria’s lower chamber of parliament on Wednesday voted in favour…

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South African pork prices fall after listeria outbreak
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South African pork prices fall after listeria outbreak

PRETORIA (Reuters) – South African pork prices have fallen over a third in recent months…

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South African unions protest over minimum wage is test for Ramaphosa
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South African unions protest over minimum wage is test for Ramaphosa

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – More than 2,000 South African union members marched in Johannesburg in a…

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South Sudan president rejects opposition calls to quit post
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South Sudan president rejects opposition calls to quit post

JUBA (Reuters) – South Sudan President Salva Kiir has rejected opposition calls for him to…

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South Sudan president rejects opposition calls to quit post
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South Sudan president rejects opposition calls to quit post

JUBA (Reuters) – South Sudan President Salva Kiir has rejected opposition calls for him to…

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French police question tycoon Bollore for second day: source
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French police question tycoon Bollore for second day: source

PARIS (Reuters) – French police grilled billionaire Vincent Bollore for a second day on Wednesday,…

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South African unions protest over minimum wage
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South African unions protest over minimum wage

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South African unions prepared to march in a nationwide protest on Wednesday…

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Namibia may scrap black ownership requirements for mining companies – minister
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Namibia may scrap black ownership requirements for mining companies – minister

WINDHOEK (Reuters) – Diamond and uranium producer Namibia may scrap requirements for black ownership in…

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Heavy rains, landslides kill 18 in Rwanda: govt
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Heavy rains, landslides kill 18 in Rwanda: govt

KIGALI (Reuters) – Eighteen people died overnight on Monday when heavy rains ripped through several…

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Israel abandons plan to forcibly deport African migrants
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Israel abandons plan to forcibly deport African migrants

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – The Israeli government said on Tuesday it was abandoning a plan to…

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