Africa’s weak health systems face escalating virus peril

Equipment shortages, scarce beds and poorly-paid doctors and nurses: Africa is finding that it has few means to protect itself 

Burkina Faso Ministers Infected With Coronavirus Amid New Deaths

Four government ministers are among the latest cases of coronavirus in Burkina Faso where two new deaths were reported by 

Ethiopia won’t be forced by US on dam, foreign minister says

Ethiopia refuses to be pressured by the United States into signing a deal with Egypt and Sudan over its controversial 

Saudis’ arrest of 2 princes called a warning to royal family

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman was shown in state media Sunday in apparent good health and working, just days after the 

Nigeria confirms 1st case of new virus in sub-Saharan Africa

Nigerian authorities on Friday confirmed the first case of the new coronavirus in sub-Saharan Africa as the outbreak spread to 

Used cars keep Africans moving, but dumping concerns remain

Salesmen whistle at potential buyers of scores of vehicles shining in the afternoon sun. One truck might bring over $20,000 

Islamic extremists kill Nigerian pastor, attack his hometown

Islamic militants in Nigeria have killed a Christian pastor who had appealed for help in a video just days earlier, 

New Army training team heads to Africa

The Army, for the first time, will send soldiers from one of its new training brigades to Africa in the 

High Court sympathetic to embassy bombing victims in case

The Supreme Court suggested Monday that it’s inclined to allow a bigger award of money to victims of the 1998 

East Africa’s huge locust outbreak now spreads to Congo

A small group of desert locusts has entered Congo, marking the first time the voracious insects have been seen in 
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