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Son of Former Guinea President Charged with Enslaving Girl

Advertisements A U.S. federal court docket has indicted the son of the previous president of Guinea and his spouse for allegedly enslaving a younger Guinean…

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S. Sudan Ambassador Hopes to Repair Relations with US

Advertisements In an interview Thursday with VOA’s South Sudan in Focus, Phillip Jada Natana, South Sudan’s new ambassador to the United States, stated he needs…

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Top Algerian Military Commanders Being Purged Ahead of Presidential Election

Advertisements CAIRO —  A variety of high Algerian army commanders, together with the heads of the air pressure and the military, have been dismissed inside…

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Tanzania: More Than 200 People Feared Drowned After Ferry Sinks

Advertisements DAR ES SALAAM —  At least 42 folks drowned when a ferry sank on Thursday in Tanzania’s Lake Victoria and authorities officers feared the…

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New Era for Religion in China as Party Tightens Controls

Advertisements BEIJING —  The latest closure of one in every of Beijing’s largest unbiased church buildings, and a crackdown on congregations elsewhere in China, are…

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US Sanctions Chinese Agency for Buying Russian Military Equipment

Advertisements The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on a Chinese army company and its director for purchasing protection tools from Russia in breach of…

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More Mass Graves Discovered From Rwanda’s Genocide

Advertisements KIGALI, RWANDA —  Authorities in Rwanda have discovered new mass graves they are saying comprise 5,400 our bodies of genocide victims practically a quarter-century…

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China Eyes Banning Foreign Online News

Advertisements The Chinese authorities will probably block overseas present affairs content material from being proven within the nation, in accordance with draft laws from their…

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British FM Suggests Referring Myanmar Leaders to ICC

Advertisements Britain’s Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt tweeted Thursday that Myanmar officers needs to be held answerable for their nation’s Rohingya disaster earlier than the International…

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Newly Named eSwatini, Formerly Swaziland, Heads for First Elections Under New Name

Advertisements JOHANNESBURG —  The tiny African nation of eSwatini is formally holding its first set of elections Friday beneath its new title, which was bestowed…

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