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For Ghana e-waste recyclers, a safer option amid toxic fumes

Jan 5, 2019

For Ghana e-waste recyclers, a safer option for stripping cables amid toxic fumes

WFP calls on Yemen's rebels to bring aid theft to an end

Jan 4, 2019

The United Nations food agency has demanded that the Houthi rebels put an "immediate end" to food diversion and hold accountable those responsible for food theft, but said it not clear how much of their aid is actually reaching Yemenis

Water advocate, injured, aims for 100 marathons in 100 days

Jan 2, 2019

Water advocate, though injured, aims for 100 marathons in 100 days around the world

El-Sissi denies fat-shaming Egyptians after weight-loss call

Dec 26, 2018

Egypt's president is denying that he fat-shamed his own people after his recent calls for Egyptians to lose weight prompted a torrent of jokes online

Clashes erupt as Sudanese march on presidential palace

Dec 25, 2018

Video clips posted online show police in Sudan using tear gas and firing in the air to disperse thousands of protesters attempting to march on Sudan's presidential palace

El-Sissi's call on Egyptians to lose weight creates a stir

Dec 25, 2018

President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is demanding Egyptians lose weight, prompting allegations of fat-shaming and elitism

South Africa poised for cannabis trade despite obstacles

Dec 23, 2018

South Africa poised for cannabis trade despite obstacles; no more 'stigma of the lazy stoner'

South African musician plays guitar during brain surgery

Dec 22, 2018

South African musician plays guitar during brain surgery for 'real-time feedback'

Africa in 2018: An extraordinary peace blooms amid crises

Dec 22, 2018

Africa in 2018: An extraordinary peace blooms amid 'strongman' politics elsewhere

430,000 flee Cameroon's restive Anglophone areas, says group

Dec 19, 2018

An international refugee agency says that more than 430,000 people have fled violence in Cameroon's restive English-speaking regions and are hiding in rural areas with few resources

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