Ebola epidemic claims nearly 2,000 lives in Africa, warning by WHO

Ebola epidemic claims nearly 2,000 lives in Africa, warning by WHO

Geneva/Kinshasa: The World Health Organisation (WHO) informed that the Ebola epidemic which started in DR Congo, about a year ago, is still not under control and has claimed nearly 2,000 lives. Only last month, the Ebola epidemic was declared an international emergency. After this, claims had been made that an effective Ebola vaccine had been […]

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Military deployed in Zimbabwe to stop the agitation against the government

Military deployed in Zimbabwe to stop the agitation against the government

Harare/Bulawayo: Inflation in Zimbabwe has increased by 175% due to the increase in the fuel and essential commodities prices and shortage of liquidity. Alleging that the government policies are responsible for this inflation, the Movement for Democratic Change party has prepared to start an aggressive agitation against the government. But the government also has made […]

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The growing influence of China-Russia in Africa detrimental to US interests, warns US military officials

The growing influence of China-Russia in Africa detrimental to US interests, warns US military officials

Washington: In July, China hosted its Africa summit that saw the participation of military and diplomatic officials from as many as 50 African countries. Within the next three months following the summit, the Russian city of Sochi will be hosting the first Russia-Africa summit in October involving delegations from 35 African countries reportedly. Senior US […]

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Deadly Ebola outbreak in Africa, a global emergency, announces WHO

Deadly Ebola outbreak in Africa, a global emergency, announces WHO

Geneva/Kinshasa: ‘Over the last few months, the Ebola epidemic spreading rapidly in the African country of DR Congo constitutes a health emergency at the international level. The announcement will not change the situation in the disease is spreading area. However, it would at the least attract the attention of the international community,’ said the World […]

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New phase of the African Free Trade Agreement starts after consent from Nigeria

New phase of the African Free Trade Agreement starts after consent from Nigeria

Niamey: Nigeria, the largest country in West Africa, has consented to join the ambitious Free Trade Agreement for the African continent. The Nigerian consent, increased the number of African countries, joining the Free Trade Agreement, to 53. At the same time, senior officials said that this makes the path smoother,for implementation of the Free Trade […]

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