Cape Town now faces dry taps by July 9

Residents of drought-stricken Cape Town received good news Tuesday when city officials said they now face losing piped water to…

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E.Guinea slams France for ‘violating’ sovereignty in VP graft case

Equatorial Guinea on Tuesday angrily denounced the conviction of its vice president for corruption by a French court as a…

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Togo to free 45 opposition supporters from custody

Nearly half of the opposition supporters arrested during a wave of anti-government demonstrations in Togo will be pardoned, Ghanaian mediators…

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Wife of fugitive pro-Biafra leader vows vote boycott

Nigeria’s authorities need to disclose the whereabouts of pro-Biafran leader Nnamdi Kanu or risk a mass boycott of next year’s…

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S.Africa’s main airport evacuated in bomb scare

Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo airport, Africa’s largest, was evacuated on Monday and passengers forced to wait for two hours to return…

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