The Independent
Ethiopia to resume public transport into conflict-affected Tigray region
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia | Xinhua | The Ethiopian government on Friday disclosed that preparations have been finalized to resume public land transport services into the country’s conflict-affected northernmost Tigray region. The Ethiopian Ministry of Transport and Logistics said ins...
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Africa Newsroom
Eritrea: Henok Mulubrhan wins third place
Henok Mulubrhan, a member of the Eritrean National Cycling Team, wins third place at the 5th stage of Tour Gabon that was held yesterday, 27 January.
Likewise, Michael Habtom, Natnael Berhane, Aklilu Arefaine and Dawit Yemane finished the race in 14, 15, 16 and 21 places respecti...
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GNN Liberia
Courts Rubber-Stamp Export Shipment Of Illegal Logs
By Ashoka Mukpo On Jan. 16, a timber company won a controversial lawsuit in Liberia, when a court ordered forestry officials there to allow a shipment of illegally harvested ekki logs to be exported overseas. (…)
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Africa Newsroom
Kenya: Government Secures 3,900 Acres for Affordable Housing
At least 3,900 acres of land has been secured for the construction of affordable houses across the country.
President William Ruto said 39 counties have also agreed to work with the national Government in pursuing the project.
He said a minimum of 200,000 houses will be built eve...
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GNN Liberia
Germany forced to apologise to the African Union
GERMANY was forced to apologise on Thursday for using a leopard emoji in a childish jibe at Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Twitter that ended up offending some Africans. The German foreign ministry poked (…)
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