Jun 05, 2024

South Korea and African Nations Forge Nearly 50 Deals at Landmark Summit

The 47 agreements with 23 African countries were formalized during the summit as Asia's fourth-largest economy aims to tap into Africa's rich mineral resources and burgeoning export market....

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  May 20, 2024

Attempted Coup in DRC: Leader Killed, 50 Arrested Including Three Americans

Gunfire erupted around 4 a.m. in Kinshasa, the nation's capital. The attack, spearheaded by armed men, targeted the presidential palace in the city center, according to army spokesman Sylvain Ekenge....

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  May 06, 2024

Zimbabwe Faces Currency Chaos as School Term Begins

The ongoing currency crisis has caused widespread anxiety about how school fees, set in US dollars, will be paid in a predominantly cash-based society....

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  May 01, 2024

UK Initiates Voluntary Return of Asylum Seekers to Rwanda with One Set to be Flown

The voluntary removals scheme, introduced last month, offers up to £3,000 to migrants whose asylum applications have been rejected, encouraging them to relocate to Rwanda....

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  Apr 28, 2024

DR Congo Takes Legal Stand Against Apple Over Exploitation of Raw Minerals

According to Bourdon, the notice sent to Apple on Thursday is part of a larger strategy to "moralize the way that raw materials are exploited in this country."...

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  Apr 27, 2024

Marking 30 Years of Democracy in South Africa

Freedom Day is a pivotal national holiday in South Africa, celebrating the first post-apartheid elections held on this day in 1994, which were open to citizens of all races....

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