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L’Impero di Roma in Africa

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week 8: measles in Africa

Measles is active in 43 districts in Cameroon. In weeks 1 to 6 there were 1498 (suspected) cases from 13…

Week 8: Polio in Africa

There have been 7 new cases in Ethiopia, 3 in Angola, 3 in Ivory Coast, and 1 in Nigeria. No…

Climate change could become a “catastrophic” threat to global security

“Climate change could become a “catastrophic” threat to global security, as people lose their livelihoods, fall ill and battle over…

Strange Banana Disease Spreads to 11 Districts in Uganda

Uganda has sick bananas and it is not a metaphor. The press reported that “a strange disease has hit bananas…

Peace Talks Break Down in Libya

“Peace talks between the government of Libya and rival military commander Khalifa Haftar collapsed on Monday after 10 months of…

Cameroon Protests French President’s Criticism of Anglophone Rights Abuses

“Cameroon is protesting criticism from French President Emmanuel Macron over how the central African state is handling the conflict in…

People escape violence in Cameroon

“Renewed fighting in Cameroon’s restive English-speaking region has forced more than 70 people, mainly women and children, to flee for…

WHO Warns It is Running Out of Money to Tackle Ebola Epidemic in DRC

“The World Health Organization is urgently appealing for $40 million to salvage its operation to bring the Ebola epidemic to…

Young Nigerians tortured Manatee

“The Minister of State for Environment in Nigeria, Sharon Ikeazor, has condemned the torture of a manatee by some young…

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