Hopes for saving Africa’s most critically endangered species now rest on cutting-edge IVF technology after having been hunted to the brink of extinction.
The state of emergency in Tunisia was introduced in July 2015 after a number of attacks on civilians, including the terror act targeting the resort town of Port Kantaoui in the Sousse province.
The ancient people exchanged volcanic glass and pigments, traveling long distances, which suggests that more than 320,000 years ago there was already a kind of social networking between our ancestors which was spread throughout the African continent.
The President of Mauritius, Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, Africa's only female head of state, has submitted her resignation in the "interests of the nation," her lawyer Yousouf Mohamed told reporters.
Robert Mugabe has been largely silent in his retirement from the presidency, a silence he has now broken in an interview with South African television.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The navy affiliated with the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) has seized an oil tanker under the Togolese flag on suspicion of smuggling activities, media reported Thursday.
Buried under layers of sand and mud for almost 14 centuries, the lost city of Adulis is finally returning to light to become the first national archaeological park of Sub-Saharan Africa, an event that would revitalize the territory from a tourist and economic point of view.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Eight people have been killed and 14 others injured in a military transport helicopter crash in southwestern Senegal, the secretary-general of the government, Seydou Gueye, said.
Following complaints from the US military, the East African nation of Djibouti has denied that they would cede an economically and strategically crucial port to China. Beijing opened their first-ever overseas military base in Djibouti in August 2017.
There is no one formally authorized to sell them in the southern African country, nor can anyone admit owning one, or going still further and using one even in private. Controversial sex dolls, recently blasted by Nigerian Muslims, have raised a national debate in Zambia with more and more voices against the state’s harsh stance popping up.
CAIRO (Sputnik) - Egyptian forces have killed 16 extremists over the past four days during the ongoing counterterrorist operation on the Sinai Peninsula, the army said in a statement on Sunday.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has fallen ill while on tour in Africa and has cancelled several events on his diplomatic schedule.
Haiti, one of the nations US President Donald Trump called a “shithole country” during a closed-door White House meeting on immigration in January, has hired a public relations firms to improve its image.
The Pentagon will endure “significant” consequences in the event that Beijing grabs hold of a strategic port on the Horn of Africa, a United States general said Tuesday.
It has been five months since the deadly October ambush in Niger that left four US soldiers and five Nigeriens dead - but the hundreds of American troops stationed in Niger still have not received the increased pay that should accompany their deployment into a site of “imminent danger,” despite the process reportedly having been set in motion.
When a country is unable to ensure airline safety it could look to the forces of the occult to remedy the situation.
Last week the South African parliament adopted with an overwhelming majority of 241 votes in favor versus 83 votes against the motion to change the country’s constitution in order to pave the way for a planned expropriation of land from white farmers without any financial compensation.
The Pentagon’s investigation into the deadly Tongo Tongo ambush in Niger that left four US soldiers and five Nigerien allies dead has revealed some disturbing findings. Reportedly, the American strike team did not receive senior command approval to undertake the risky mission after which they were ambushed.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The Chinese military base in Djibouti provides an opportunity to work with the nearby US military base on issues such as humanitarian medical relief, even as the US closely monitors China’s likely counterintelligence activities in the African port, US Africa Command (AFRICOM) head Gen. Thomas Waldhauser said on Tuesday.
More footage has surfaced from the October ambush in Tongo Tongo, Niger, that left four American soldiers and five Nigerien soldiers dead. This time, the footage comes from the Daesh affiliate that has claimed responsibility for the deadly attack.
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