S/Leone President speaks against isolating Ebola-hit countries

S/Leone President speaks against isolating Ebola-hit countries

Sierra Leone's President Ernest Bai Koroma said isolation of Ebola affected countries is tantamount to denial of the fact that the world is a global village."The focus should be ...

Rwanda’s football first division league’s 3rd match day fixture

Rwanda’s football first division league’s 3rd match day fixture

Following are this weekend fixtures for Day 3 matches in Rwanda's top division football league:Kiyovu vs Mukura VS AS Kigali vs Marines FC Espoir FC vs Isonga FC Gicumbi FC ...

Tunisia beefs up security ahead of legislative polls

Tunisia beefs up security ahead of legislative polls

The Tunisian authorities have beefed up security presence across the country ahead of the legislative polls due to take place Sunday.The move came amid tense atmosphere following ...

Morocco: Health expert urges marshall plan against Ebola

Morocco: Health expert urges marshall plan against Ebola

Dr Raj Panjabi, a co-founder of the Liberia-based NGO Last Mile Health, appealed on Saturday in the Moroccan city of Marrakech for the establishment of a Marshall Plan against the ...

Guinean students stuck in Gambia due to border closure speak out

Guinean students stuck in Gambia due to border closure speak out

Guinean students who came to spend the summer holidays in The Gambia have expressed concern over the closure of Guinea's border with Senegal. They said, the issue continues to pose ...

Mali first Ebola patient dies

Mali first Ebola patient dies

The two-year old girl who was the first confirmed Ebola case in Mali has died despite significant efforts expanded to save her, the Malian Health ministry announced late ...

Somalia: Two killed, six injured in a carbomb blast

Somalia: Two killed, six injured in a carbomb blast

A carbomb blast on Saturday on a very populated street in the Somali capital has killed two and injured six civilians, sources said.Eyewitnesses told APA that a luxury car packed ...

S/Leone President speaks against isolating Ebola-hit countries

Sierra Leone's President Ernest Bai Koroma said isolation of Ebola affected countries is tantamount to denial of the fact that the world is a global village."The focus should be isolating the virus, not the nations," he said during a meeting with a visiting European Union official on Friday. Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia are the hardest hit by the Ebola epidemic which has also affected Nigeria, Senegal, ...

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Rwanda’s football first division league’s 3rd match day fixture

Following are this weekend fixtures for Day 3 matches in Rwanda's top division football league:Kiyovu vs Mukura VS AS Kigali vs Marines FC Espoir FC vs Isonga FC Gicumbi FC vsAmagaju FC APR FC vs Etincelles Sunrise vs Police FC Rayon Sports vs Musanze FC In the meanwhile, Police has taken the lead in the Rwandan first division football championship to claim all six points after two games. Provisional ...

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Tunisia beefs up security ahead of legislative polls

The Tunisian authorities have beefed up security presence across the country ahead of the legislative polls due to take place Sunday.The move came amid tense atmosphere following skirmishes between security forces and armed groups. On Friday the Tunisian armed forces carried out strikes targeting the positions of hostile armed groups active in the country. Ahead of Sunday's exercise, the Tunisian authorities ...

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Morocco: Health expert urges marshall plan against Ebola

Dr Raj Panjabi, a co-founder of the Liberia-based NGO Last Mile Health, appealed on Saturday in the Moroccan city of Marrakech for the establishment of a Marshall Plan against the Ebola outbreak. “The battle against the Ebola virus has remained challenging. It is as if there were only eight doctors to tackle the virus. That is why I am urging for a Marshall Plan to eradicate the epidemics�, Dr Panjabi ...

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Guinean students stuck in Gambia due to border closure speak out

Guinean students who came to spend the summer holidays in The Gambia have expressed concern over the closure of Guinea's border with Senegal. They said, the issue continues to pose challenges to Guinean citizens residing in the Gambia as they cannot access their country due to the border closure, as a result of the Ebola outbreak. Speaking in an exclusive interview with APA on Saturday, Ebrima Keita a ...

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Mali first Ebola patient dies

The two-year old girl who was the first confirmed Ebola case in Mali has died despite significant efforts expanded to save her, the Malian Health ministry announced late Friday.“The Ebola infected child could not make it�, the ministry said, pointing out that with the support of technical and financial partners, 43 people who came into contact with the patient have been identified and placed under watch. ...

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Somalia: Two killed, six injured in a carbomb blast

A carbomb blast on Saturday on a very populated street in the Somali capital has killed two and injured six civilians, sources said.Eyewitnesses told APA that a luxury car packed with explosives blew up as people nearby were having tea in a shopping business centers in Maka Al-mukaramah road the busiest street in capital that links the airport and the presidential palace. Security officials also said that ...

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Somali premier reshuffles cabinet

Somali prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed has reshuffled his cabinet ministers on Saturday, by substituting two ministers, several deputy ministers and states ministers.The minister of constitution and judiciary Farah Sheikh Abdulqadir and the minister of animal veterinary, plants and forest Salim Aliyow Ibrow have been exchanged. The Minister of Information Mustaf Sheikh Ali dhuhulow said in a national TV ...

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Nigeria: Founder of Synagogue Church to appear before coroner’s inquest on November 5

The founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet Temitope Joshua is to appear before a coroner's inquest investigating the recent collapse of its guest house on November 5, 2014.The Lagos State Coroner, Mr Oyetade Komolafe, said at the resumption of the inquest at an Ikeja High Court on Friday that the physical appearance of Prophet Joshua was important to the inquest and that his lawyer, Mr Jude ...

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“Atlantic Dialogues” kick off in Marrakech

The third edition of a three-day forum dubbed "Atlantic Dialogues", began in the Moroccan city of Marrakech, attracting about 350 eminent personalities from 45 countries, APA can report. This year's gathering under the patronage of King Mohammed VI is meant as an international forum that promotes the sharing of ideas, strategic partnership and co-development between the two sides of the Atlantic Ocean. ...

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