U.S. warns its citizens in Tanzania ahead of anti-gay crackdown
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U.S. warns its citizens in Tanzania ahead of anti-gay crackdown

DAR ES SALAAM(Reuters) – The United States has warned its citizens in Tanzania to be…

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Egypt says 19 militants killed in security operation after attack on Christians
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Egypt says 19 militants killed in security operation after attack on Christians

CAIRO (Reuters) – Egyptian security forces killed 19 Islamist militants from a cell believed to…

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Electric car demand fuelling rise in child labour in DR Congo: campaigners
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Electric car demand fuelling rise in child labour in DR Congo: campaigners

DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Demand for electric vehicles is fuelling a rise in child…

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Uganda to finalise China loan for new railway by year-end
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Uganda to finalise China loan for new railway by year-end

KAMPALA (Reuters) – Uganda said on Friday it expects to finalise a $2.2 billion loan…

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A problem for Ethiopia's leader: the young men who helped him to power
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A problem for Ethiopia's leader: the young men who helped him to power

WOLISO, Ethiopia (Reuters) – They were tortured for their political beliefs. They saw friends shot…

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Human rights in Morocco deteriorate in 2017-18 – rights group
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Human rights in Morocco deteriorate in 2017-18 – rights group

RABAT (Reuters) – Morocco’s most influential rights group AMDH deplored on Thursday what it said…

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Mnangagwa says Australian firm finds oil, gas in Zimbabwe
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Mnangagwa says Australian firm finds oil, gas in Zimbabwe

HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Thursday that Australia’s Invictus Energy had…

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EU to renew sanctions on Congolese officials including presidential candidate, diplomats say
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EU to renew sanctions on Congolese officials including presidential candidate, diplomats say

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union is set to renew sanctions in December on senior…

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South Africa's rand tracks emerging markets rally, stocks fall
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South Africa's rand tracks emerging markets rally, stocks fall

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s rand firmed against the dollar on Tuesday, in line with…

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WHO says air pollution kills 600,000 children every year
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WHO says air pollution kills 600,000 children every year

GENEVA (Reuters) – Air pollution kills an estimated 600,000 children every year and causing symptoms…

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