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Nigeria: UK, Nigeria Trade Volume Hits £5.5bn

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[Leadership] The United Kingdom has announced that total trade in goods and services (exports plus imports) between it and Nigeria currently stands at £5.5billion as both sides confirmed their shared interest in pursuing a potential Enhanced Trade and Investment Partnership at the eighth and final UK-Nigeria Economic Development Forum (EDF).

Cameroon: Three Cameroonian-Americans Risk 38 Years Jail Term for Sponsoring Violence in Cameroon

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[Premium Times] "If convicted, the defendants face a maximum statutory penalty of up to 15 years in prison for the material support charges, up to three years in prison for the receiving money from a ransom demand charge and up to 20 years in prison for the money laundering conspiracy charge," US DOJ said.

Nigeria: Terror War - Over 886 Hardened Boko Haram Fighters for Prosecution

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[Vanguard] Terror war: Over 886 hardened Boko Haram fighters for prosecution; FG issues travel advisory to Nigerians going to US, Europe are top stories published across all major newspapers in Nigeria today, November 29, 2022.

World Cup 2022: Andre Onana flies out of Qatar after suspension by Cameroon

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Goalkeeper Andre Onana leaves Cameroon's World Cup squad, saying there has been 'no will' to find a solution after he was suspended for disciplinary reasons.

Chad: WFP and UNHCR Call for Urgent Support to Avoid Brutal Cuts to Food Aid for Refugees in Chad

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[WFP] N'djamena -- The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, warned today of an imminent cut to food assistance to crisis-affected refugees in Chad unless urgent funding to bridge major funding shortfalls is received imminently. WFP requires US$161 million by the end of 2022 to avert a suspension of its refugee assistance programme and provide life-saving assistance to crisis-affected communities in Chad including 519,000 Sudanese and Central African refugees.

South Africa: Janusz Waluz Granted Permanent Residence for Parole Period

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[SAnews.gov.za] The Department of Home Affairs says it has granted Janusz Waluz permanent residence in South Africa for the period of his parole with conditions to be imposed by the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services.

World Cup 2022: Mohammed Kudus tipped for bright future by Ghana stars

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Mohammed Kudus gets praise from Ghana's coach and senior players after the midfielder's starring display in their World Cup win over South Korea.

Stowaways survive 11 days on rudder of ship travelling from Nigeria to Canary Islands

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The men, found on the Alithini II oil tanker at the Las Palmas port, appeared to have symptoms of dehydration and hypothermia after spending about eleven days clinging to the rubber of the oil tanker.

Qatar World Cup: Which prospects for African teams as group stage draws to a close?

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The second fixtures of the group phase of 2022 Qatar World Cup ended Monday (Nov. 29) with exciting performances by Cameroon and Ghana. Overall, Africa's five representatives were able to raise up their game and can still dream to qualify in dramatic fashion for the round of 16.

Anti-apartheid icon Chris Hani's grave vandalized

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"The monument was vandalized overnight from Saturday to Sunday. One of the pillars is badly damaged. One side collapsed and the lighting system was stolen,"

WTM Africa Responsible Tourism Awards 2023 Entries Are Open

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Africa Travel Week is calling all sustainability champions, changemakers, movers, and shakers to enter the WTM Responsible Tourism Awards 2023 as applications are now open for entries.

National Communications Authority (NCA) Issues First Somali Radio Spectrum Licence

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The National Communications Authority (NCA) has issued Somalia’s first spectrum licence to the country's largest telecommunications provider, Hormuud Telecom.

Forex Business: Where Does Africa Stand

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The FX market keeps being fast-developing. In 2022, it is expected to grow even faster than in previous years. This trend is caused by several factors. The

USA vs Iran: Team USA can count on World Cup scorer Weah to shine

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Team USA is mounting one last-ditch effort to earn a spot in the Qatar World Cup knock-out stage. The squad will play a tense and critical game against Iran for group B's final day on Tuesday, (Nov. 29)

Meta Unveils ‘#FlexNaija’ In Nigeria: A First-of-Its-kind 360 Campaign Focused On Metaverse Entry Points For African Creators

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In a first for Meta in Africa, the company unveiled a 360 degree campaign focused on the metaverse and entry points for creators in Nigeria, and across the region

Nigeria: Funding Gaps, Patriarchy Hinder Family Planning in Nigeria

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[VOA] Abuja, Nigeria -- In 2020, Aisha Ali and her husband decided she would take a birth control injection after having nine children.

Portugal sends coup investigators to São Tomé and Príncipe

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This team, made up of "investigators and experts from the judicial police" as well as an "expert in forensic medicine", was sent on Sunday following "an urgent request for help" from the authorities of Sao-Tome- Principe, says a joint statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry o

Cameroon: Rescue efforts continue, as death toll from landlside increases to 15

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Hundreds of local people frantically searched for loved ones while emergency services continued their work . Some people in the crowd wept as the workers searched the site.

Africa to launch Hundred tournament in bid to 'swap AK-47s for cricket bats'

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As Africa prepares to launch its own Hundred competition, the continent's top official says it's time to put bats, not guns, in the hands of kids.

Central Africa says border nation bombed its troops and Russian allies

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"This aircraft, after committing these crimes headed north before crossing our borders," the government said.

South Africa: Traditional Healers Gather to Clean Mpumalanga's Polluted Rivers

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[Scrolla] Traditional healer Fannie Mashaba is pleading with communities to take care of their waste and stop polluting rivers and streams.

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