Congo reports fresh Ebola outbreak three weeks before plans to proclaim the country disease-free

The Ebola epidemic in the country's volatile east has killed 2,280 people since August 2018, and officials had hoped to be able to proclaim it over on June 25

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This African country has released over 4,000 prisoners through video-calling to limit COVID-19 clusters!

Over the last 30 days, the country has released over 4,800 prisoners across different prisons

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64 corpses found in a lorry in Mozambique, 14 survivors also retrieved

There were also 14 survivors on-board, who were reportedly banging against the container walls, pleading for help

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Egyptian security forces allegedly torture, detain children in direct violation of law

The report titled “No one cared he was a child: Egyptian Security Forces’ Abuse of Children in Detention” claims 20 children aged 12-17 were arrested and abused by forces

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Coronavirus provides unexpected boost for Kenyan fishermen

The coronavirus has slowed Chinese imports

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In the shadow of Ebola and Covid-19, measles rips through Congo

Malnutrition and poorly-trained health workers make the vaccine, normally 85% effective, less efficient

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Measles vaccine drive aims to protect 45 million children in Africa, Asia

The aim is to reach some 45 million children in six months

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Mali president dismisses coup speculation

Keita said lessons would be learned after 38 soldiers were killed in two attacks.

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Egypt urges mediation in 'deadlocked' Nile dam talks

Egypt is concerned the huge dam will severely reduce its water supplies.

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Gunmen kill eight and injure 18 in Rwanda

The attack took place in Musanze district which attracts tourists because of its Volcanoes National Park and its mountain gorillas.

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Seven migrants drown after boat capsizes off Morocco's Atlantic coast

The incident reflects a growing trend in illegal migration to Spain from the Atlantic coast.

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After 10 years, U.N. urges justice for Guinea stadium massacre

More than 100 women were raped by troops during a massive opposition protest in a stadium in the capital Conakry.

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To flee or to die: Life in Jihadi-controlled Burkina Faso remains hard

More than 580 people have been killed since the insurgency spilled over from neighbouring Mali.

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Cyril Ramaphosa's ANC wins closely-watched South Africa poll with absolute majority

The results, published by the electoral commission, are the party's worst national showing since Nelson Mandela led it to victory in the first multi-racial polls after apartheid ended in 1994.

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Watch: Sudan's singing protester Alaa Salah who fights for people

Salah said she does not come from a political background, and took to the streets to fight for a better Sudan. 

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