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Tiger fishing in Zimbabwe: Catch and release helps preserve fish stocks
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Canary Islands migrants: Spain struggles as African arrivals rise
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Israeli agents killed al Qaeda’s No. 2 - NYT
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'Polypill' Dramatically Cuts Risk For Heart Attack And Stroke By 40%
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The new penguin colony that could save a species
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Explained: France, Turkey and the cartoon dispute
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European holidaymakers to blame for COVID second wave, says health expert
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Europe's week: Leaders face tough decisions amid second wave of COVID-19
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‘Global financial crisis; rise of China, India led to economic rebalancing’: S Jaishankar
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Contributing to rise of Africa is in India's strategic interest: EAM Jaishankar
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African films going beyond stereotypes on Netflix
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EU's priorities in Africa should be rule of law, equality and democracy, says MEP
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New portrait of Queen Victoria's African goddaughter
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French MPs approve return of looted artefacts to Benin, Senegal
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France to vote on new law over returning stolen African artworks
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Meet the man 'seizing' African art from Western museums
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Africa basks in Booker boost for female writersMaaza Mengiste and Tsitsi Dangarembga's shortlisting for a major prize is a boost for Africa's literary scene.
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Jerry John Rawlings: 'I'm just an ordinary, hungry, screaming Ghanaian'Through decades of speeches and interviews, this is how Jerry John Rawlings spoke of his vision for Ghana and for Africa.
Letter from Africa: Why Nigerians fear social media sanctionsPoliticians are debating a bill that some worry is an attempt to stifle activism after the #EndSars protests.
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Family of soldier killed by elephant in Malawi query his careMathew Talbot was charged at while taking part in a counter-poaching operation in Africa.
Trump and Africa: How Ethiopia was 'betrayed' over Nile damThe US president has sided with Egypt in the escalating dispute over a mega dam, analysts say.
Climate change: 'Dangerous and dirty' used cars sold to AfricaMillions of polluting and unsafe used cars from rich nations are exported to Africa and Asia.
‘Red, red wine': The meaning of African election symbolsCampaign colours and why they are so important for those in pursuit of power.
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Why Africa's animation scene is boomingWhile the film sector struggles to produce new content, the global demand for animation has soared.
France fines Congo activist for seizing museum artefactEmery Mwazulu Diyabanza said he had "come to claim back the stolen property of Africa".
Glen Snyman: South African accused of fraud for saying he's 'African'The mixed-race South African teacher said he was "African" when applying for a headmaster's job.
US elections: The African evangelicals praying for Trump to winThey see the US president as a defender of religious freedom and their conservative values.
Gal Gadot's Cleopatra film sparks 'whitewashing' claimsCritics on social media say the role of Egypt's famed ruler should go to an Arab or African actress.
Kilimanjaro: Fire breaks out on Africa's tallest mountainIn Tanzania, efforts to put out the blaze on Kilimanjaro are hampered by strong winds.
Spain's Canary Islands see new influx of African migrantsMore than 1,000 have arrived in recent days and this year has seen a big increase from 2019.
Africa 'needs $1.2tn' to recover coronavirus lossesThe economic damage caused by coronavirus leaves the continent with a big repair bill, the IMF says.
Coronavirus in Africa: Five reasons why Covid-19 has been less deadly than elsewhereThe continent of a billion people has had fewer deaths than the UK despite the generally fragile health systems.
Portrait of Queen Victoria's African goddaughter goes on showEnglish Heritage said it would feature portraits of "overlooked" black figures connected with its sites.
Rwanda's clothing spat with the US helps ChinaAs the African nation continues to ban the import of used US clothes, China takes advantage.
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Activists on trial over attempt to steal African staffThe leader of the group said they had come to claim Africa's stolen property from a Paris museum.
Nigeria's independence: Six images from six decadesAfrica's most populous country is set to mark 60 years of independence from British rule.
Coronavirus: Age and climate seen as behind Africa's low casesThe continent has been spared the surge in coronavirus cases seen elsewhere in the world.
Coronavirus: Health chief hails Africa's fight against Covid-19Africa has had fewer cases than Europe, Asia or the Americas, with numbers continuing to decline.
Six African heritage sites under threat from climate changeA recent study warns that without intervention many of the continent's ancient sites could be lost.
Uganda Makerere University fire: 'Ivory Tower' guttedAn overnight blaze leaves a distinctive building at one of Africa's oldest universities a shell.
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Letter from Africa: Behind Ghana and Nigeria's love-hate affairWhy the current tensions over the closure of some Nigerian-owned shops in Ghana should come as no surprise.
Jessica Krug: George Washington University professor resignsJessica Krug, who focused on Africa and the African diaspora, had admitted in a blog she was white.
World Trade Organization: How an African head could make a differenceAn African has never been at the helm of the global trade body, but that could soon change.
Letter from Africa: Why journalists in Nigeria feel under attackA video of a tongue-lashing one reporter recently received comes as no surprise, writes Mannir Dan Ali.
Coronavirus in Africa: Could poverty explain mystery of low death rate?Experts are reaching towards a startling hypothesis about the continent's low infection and death rates.
Letter from Africa: Why Kenyans are no longer cheering their constitutionIt is a time of reflection 10 years after the country was promised a rebirth, writes Waihiga Mwaura.
Africa to be declared free of wild polio in 'milestone'Rumours and misinformation about the vaccine slowed down immunisation efforts.
Coronavirus in Africa: 'Signs of hope' as cases level offHealth experts express "cautious optimism" that "the curve is beginning to bend" in Africa.
Elephant shrew rediscovered in Africa after 50 yearsThe last scientific record of the "lost species" of elephant shrew was in the 1970s.
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