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Boko Haram Attacks Army Base in Borno State, Nigeria

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Boko Haram attacked Friday night Guzamala Local Government Area in Nigeria and no casualties has yet been officially revealed. The incident was confirmed by the Deputy Governor of Borno State, Usman Durkwa, in Maduguri saying this was another attack on a military base in Borno State lately. He said, “It is unfortunate to confirm to you that there was an ...

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Uganda Could Export Sugar To Tanzania Only During Scarcity Period: Officials

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The recently held second session of Joint Permanent Commission meeting approved export of sugar from Uganda to Tanzania during scarcity period and following it a 25 percent Duty was learned being levied by the John Magufuli government on sugar, sweets and several other Ugandan goods. In terms of East Africa Common Market protocol the goods should be tax free. The ...

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Berlin To Return Skulls Of Century-Old Namibia Genocide

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Germany to return back century-old human remains to Namibian government delegation on Wednesday during a solemn church service in Berlin. The nineteen skulls, one scalp and several bones are of indigenous people who were slaughtered under German colonial rule. Meanwhile, representatives of the slaughtered descendants are still waiting for an apology and they have criticized the ceremony saying heal of ...

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Mission To Educate Tanzania, Portugal By 120 Emirati students

In its efforts towards instilling core Emirati values passed down from Founding Father the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the Ministry of Education organised humanitarian missions to Tanzania and Portugal as part of its ‘Ambassadors of Giving’ programme. The noble missions saw the participation of 120 Emirati students with ambitions of making a difference in the world and ...

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The Link Between Africa And China

The African leaders journey to Beijing, for the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, FOCAC, holding from September 3-4, 2018, actually began fifty three years ago. That was at the infancy of our independence. In 1960 alone, seventeen African countries had gained independence. Tanzania became independent in 1961 and Zambia, four years later. Both faced the same challenge of development, lifting Africans ...

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American Fellowship Owned By 24 Africans

Twenty-five Africans have been selected to participate in the prestigious Cornell University Alliance for Science Global Leadership Fellows Program, which begins Aug. 27 in the United States. The Fellows are traveling from their homes in Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Tanzania to attend the 12-week intensive training program, which is held on the Cornell University campus in Ithaca, ...

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New Case Study On Beehive Fences and Elephants

When people cultivate food crops on or near wild lands it can be assumed that wild animals will eat them – what’s known as crop-raiding. Farms in the vicinity of protected areas can expect to be visited by a range of wild animals including birds, rodents, and large mammals like monkeys, bushpigs and elephants. Because of their size, elephants are ...

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