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16 killed in new clashes in Central African Republic: police
Africa Review

Central African Republic: CAR Wave of Killings Multiply(Camero...

The capital Bangui and Batangafo in the north are the recent battle grounds. Clashes resulting to scores of people being killed are now recurrent in the Central African Republic with the most recent case being fighting between Peuls herdsmen and ..., 4 days ago
KENYA AIRWAYS : increases flights to Bangui 4 Traders, 38 minutes ago
22 Killed in Fighting in North Central African Republic Latin American Herald Tribune, 4 days ago

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African migrants force their way into Spain's Melilla enclave

MELILLA, Spain, June 26 (Reuters) - About 30 people forced their way into Spain's North African enclave of Melilla on Sunday, a local government official said, one of few successful attempts to storm the border so far this year following increased ...
 Reuters Africa7 hours ago
China Post

Tunisia flaunts security a year after beach attack

Policemen on horseback amble among the sunbathers and new metal detectors dot hotel entrances in Tunisia as the North African country seeks to bring back tourists one year after a seaside massacre. Authorities and hotel managers hope improved ...
 Taipei Times Online1 day ago Tunisia flaunts seaside security year after attack  The Gulf Today22 hours ago Tunisia flaunts seaside security after massacre  China Post42 minutes ago Tunisia's president urges new unity gov't to tackle tensions | Reuters  First Post.com3 weeks ago

Egypt/Ghana: Thrashing By Ghana History, Says Egypt Coach

Egypt coach Hector Cuper says it is irrelevant that 2018 World Cup qualifying opponents Ghana humiliated the north Africans three years ago, declaring: "We fear no team." The two countries were placed in Group E with Congo Brazzaville and Uganda ...
 Afropages.fr1 day ago Football: Thrashing by Ghana history, says Egypt coach  Times of India1 day ago Thrashing by Ghana history, says Egypt coach  Newspic Ghana1 day ago AFP - Fbl-WC-2018-Afr REAX  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago
Uganda Daily Monitor

Ugandans in North America to provide opportunities for African entrepreneurs

Ugandans living in North America under their umbrella UNAA Causes want a partnership between traders in the USA and business operators from the different African states. Through a business expo dubbed Africa is the Future set for September 3 at JW ...
 Uganda Daily Monitor4 days ago Ugandans in N.America provide networks, opportunities for African entrepreneurs days ago Unstacking the Deck for African-American Entrepreneurs  Huffington Post5 days ago Uganda: Ugandans in North America to Provide Opportunities for African Entrepreneurs  Mali.Shafaqna.com4 days ago
Irish Mirror

North Africa: Director-General of the Department of African Affairs of the Foreign Ministry Lin Songtian Holds Group Communication With Diplomatic Envoys From North African Countries to China

, Director-General of the Department of African Affairs of the Foreign Ministry Lin Songtian held group communication with diplomatic envoys from North African countries to China. Both sides mainly exchanged views on accelerating the implementation ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago AFCON : Mouth-Watering Match-Ups Drawn in Africa  4 Traders1 day ago African countries react to draws for Russia 2018  Voice of Nigeria1 day ago World Cup Qualifying Draw African Groups Revealed  Uncova1 day ago

South African shanty-town demolition sparks riots, two guards killed

The demolition of shacks north of the South African capital Pretoria triggered riots on Monday and overnight in which two security guards were killed, police said on Tuesday. Four people had been arrested and would be charged with public violence while a ...
 Reuters1 month ago South African capital tense after overnight riots in ruling party dispute  Equilibrio Informativo3 days ago Violence hit South African capital  Arab News4 days ago Rioting hits South African capital after ANC names mayoral candidate  Metro.us4 days ago

The Global Economy on Little North Road

Photograph by Daniel Traub Photographing a Guangzhou neighborhood where Africa and China meet. Contact Press Images photographer Daniel Traub has spent nearly two decades working in Guangzhou, China. Over the years, he became fascinated with ...
 Fortune3 days ago
Makamba Online

African consumers are very optimistic about the future, report finds

If projections hold, Africa will have over 1.1bn consumers by 2020 - more than the populations of Europe and North America combined. Incomes are increasing: in 2020, Africa will have twice as many affluent consumers as the UK, according to a new ...
 Biz Community4 days ago African consumers on the up, market bright  Makamba Online4 days ago

U.N. Ro-Ro offers North African route to Turkish exporters

At a time struggling Turkish exporters are looking for ways to diversify their target markets, Turkey's leading roll-on/roll-off (Ro-Ro) company is offering easier access for goods to North Africa. The Tunisian, Algerian and Moroccan markets are ...
 Turkish Daily4 days ago
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