Jul 23, 2024

Tragedy in Ethiopia: 229 Dead in Devastating Mudslides, PM Calls it a 'Terrible Loss'

Heavy rains in a remote part of Ethiopia triggered mudslides that killed at least 229 people, including many rescuers, in the Kencho Shacha Gozdi district....

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  Jul 21, 2024

Nigeria's Billionare Dangote's Refinery Poised to Hit 550,000 BP OutPut this Year

The refinery, with a capacity of 650,000 bpd and the largest in Africa, has received only five crude cargoes from the state oil firm NNPC instead of the expected 15....

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  Jul 21, 2024

Massive Meth Bust in South Africa: Industrial-Scale Lab Uncovered, Four Arrested

South African police uncovered an industrial-scale meth lab on a farm in Limpopo, arresting four suspects, including two Mexicans. Authorities found chemicals used in meth production, with a street value of 2 billion rand ($109.5m)....

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  Jul 17, 2024

Namibian Government Denies Visa Extension for Buganda King Ronald Mutebi II

The Namibian Government denied a visa extension request for King Ronald Mutebi II of Uganda's Buganda Kingdom, who is in Namibia for medical treatment....

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  Jul 17, 2024

Nigeria Eyes Reduction of Pump Prices for Fuel With Local Refining on the Radar

The Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) announced that one of the two Port Harcourt refineries will begin operations in two weeks, with the other following by the end of the year, positioning Nigeria to become a net exporter of refined oil....

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  Jul 17, 2024

Conflict-Driven Deforestation Devastates Mount Nyiragongo Slopes in DRC

Ongoing conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, particularly from the M23 militia insurgency, has led to severe deforestation in the Mount Nyiragongo area and the Virunga National Park, displacing over 1.7 million people....

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