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The UN warns that a crisis in the Sahel region including Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso is reaching unprecedented levels. #Africa #Niger #ISISISIL
 
Actualmente casi todos los medios escritos, radiales y audiovisuales de #noticias en #USA, son controlados por 6 consorcios.

Si alguien cree en la #prensa #libre en ese pais, es que definitivamente ha quedado ciego. Practicamente la unica fuente, aunque tampoco muy confiable, que va quedando es la #Internet, buscar medios alternativos es una tarea que muy pocos haran.

Esos mismos consorcios de noticias, controlan miles de medios fuera de las fronteras de #EEUU, y es asi que mas de la mitad de los medios en #America Latina y #... Show more...
 
UN health agency says East African country has refused to provide detailed information on suspected Ebola cases. #Ebola #Tanzania #Health #Africa
 
Police and government fail to make arrests or provide explanation for abductions of protest organisers. #Africa #Zimbabwe #HumanRights
 
#DRCongo : Warlord Sought by #ICC Killed https://www.hrw.org/news/2019/09/20/dr-congo-warlord-sought-icc-killed #congo #africa
 
From the jungles of French Guiana to Somalia and New York, we look at the issues behind the crisis facing our planet.
Planet SOS: Voices from the frontlines of the climate crisis
#Environment #ClimateChange #GlobalWarming #Science&Technology #US&Canada #Africa #UnitedStates #Somalia #AntonioGuterres #UnitedNations #Uganda
 
Vaccine made by US-based firm Johnson & Johnson to be deployed as Ebola continues to surge, DRC health officials say. #Ebola #DemocraticRepublicoftheCongo #Health #Africa
 
Demonstrators reject calls by powerful army chief to hold presidential election in December and demand his removal. #Algeria #MiddleEast #Africa
 
Somali government officials say this elite force is comprised of soldiers from almost all of Somalia's tribes and clans. #Africa #Somalia
 
Is President Ramaphosa's plan to stop rising assaults on South African women enough? #WomensRights #SouthAfrica #Africa #HumanRights
 
For 10 years, Sufi fighters have fought al-Shabab and managed to retake the group's strongholds in the windswept plains of central Somalia. #Africa #Somalia
 
The World Health Organization says that femicide in South Africa is almost five times the global average, with sexual offences rising by 4.8 percent this year. #Africa #SouthAfrica
 
How a chocolate-making activist in the West African state of Togo is fighting back against foreign exploitation. #Business&Economy #Togo #Poverty&Development #Farming #Africa #Agriculture
 
Cameroonian Lawyers Say ‘Enough is Enough’ https://www.hrw.org/news/2019/09/18/cameroonian-lawyers-say-enough-enough #cameroon #africa #law #justice
 
The two nations disagree over the annual flow of water that should be guaranteed to Egypt, among other issues. #Ethiopia #Egypt #Africa
 
Karoui's lawyer said court rejected appeal to release run-off candidate for the third time. #Tunisia #Elections #MiddleEast #Africa
 
Members of the military will seize cars entering the capital for protests, Lieutenant-General Ahmed Gaid Salah says. #Algeria #Africa #MiddleEast
 
Mudacumura, who led the FDLR fighter group for years, was killed overnight in Rutshuru territory, army says. #DemocraticRepublicoftheCongo #Africa #ICC
 
The upcoming Sidama referendum should trigger a much-needed nationwide conversation on ethnic and Ethiopian identity. #Ethiopia #Africa
 
Police spokesman says students 'were learning the Quran when fire broke out' in Paynesville, near Monrovia. #Africa #Liberia
 
A world-famous Burkinabe choreographer teaches inmates to dance, preparing his students for life outside prison. #Arts&Culture #BurkinaFaso #Prison #Art #Africa #Music
 
Law professor Saied, imprisoned media mogul Karoui were seen as outsiders before the polls. #Tunisia #Elections #MiddleEast #Africa
 
New peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea has created uncertain future for Irob community living along the border. #Ethiopia #Eritrea #AbiyAhmed #Africa #War #Conflict
 
Cairo says Addis Ababa refuses to discuss proposals in talks over Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
Egypt still at odds with Ethiopia over giant Nile dam
#Africa #Egypt #Ethiopia #Sudan #Energy
 
After living with armed group, runaways, including wives and children, struggle for social acceptance in Nigeria. #BokoHaram #Africa #Nigeria
 
With two-third votes in presidential race counted, conservative constitutional law professor Kais Saied is in the lead. #Tunisia #MiddleEast #Africa #Elections
 
Mobs have taken their frustrations out on the streets, often targeting businesses owned by other Africans as well as Asians. #Africa #SouthAfrica #XenophobiaAttacks
 
Foreign workers in South Africa have become victims of anti-immigrant attacks with at least 12 killed. #SouthAfrica #XenophobiaAttacks #Nigeria #Migrants #Africa
 
They are in the same position as most Zimbabweans, struggling to survive soaring inflation and shortages of food and other essentials. #Africa #Zimbabwe
 
Zamzam Yusuf, a grandmother of 29, is breaking barriers by entering the once men-only camel trading industry in Somalia. #Africa #Somalia #Women
 
Interim President Abdelkader Bensalah made the announcement saying polls are the only solution to the country's crisis. #MiddleEast #Algeria #Africa
 
Kais Saied and Nabil Karoui say exit polls show they’ve made it to run-off, with preliminary results due on Tuesday. #Tunisia #Elections #MiddleEast #Africa
 
Seventy-six people survived after the vessel went down but dozens are feared drowned in the Congo river. #DemocraticRepublicoftheCongo #Africa
 
Both the indigenous Ogiek people and hundreds of species of wildlife are threatened by deforestation and drought. #Africa #Kenya #Environment
 
The army chief and ruling elite have been refusing the protesters' calls to step down. #MiddleEast #Algeria #Africa
 
The leaders made the pledge after a summit in Burkina Faso aimed at addressing rising insecurity in the Sahel. #Africa #BurkinaFaso
 
There is no clear front runner in the race, which sees 24 candidates vying for the Tunisian presidency. #Tunisia #Elections #MiddleEast #Africa
 
Renewed clashes between two armed groups in Birao raise doubts about sustainability of peace deal signed in February. #Africa #CentralAfricanRepublic
 
Oly Ilunga Kalenga taken into custody over alleged mismanagement of funds amid concerns he planned to flee, police say.
DR Congo police detain former health minister in Ebola probe
#DemocraticRepublicoftheCongo #Ebola #Health #Africa
 
Thousands pay final respects to former president at state funeral held at national stadium in the capital, Harare. #RobertMugabe #Zimbabwe #Africa
 
Some of Tunisia's most prominent politicians are taking part in Sunday's hotly-contested vote. #Tunisia #Elections #MiddleEast #Africa
 
Protests and activism began after 19-year-old Nene Mrwetyana was murdered in August. #SouthAfrica #Women #Africa
 
#SouthAfrica : Punish Xenophobic Violence https://www.hrw.org/news/2019/09/13/south-africa-punish-xenophobic-violence #Africa
 
Daughter of Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, 83, says ex-president is 'very sick' after years of treatment for prostate cancer. #ZineElAbidineBenAli #Tunisia #MiddleEast #Africa #ArabSpring
 
Leading candidate in Tunisia's presidential election is currently in jail facing money laundering, tax evasion charges. #Tunisia #Elections #MiddleEast #Africa
 
Mugabe family accepts government plan to bury former leader at National Heroes Acre in capital, Harare.
Mugabe's family agrees to his burial in national monument
#Zimbabwe #RobertMugabe #Africa
 
Drought, Al Shabab violence send thousands of Somalis to Baidoa, putting centuries nomadic way of life at risk. #Somalia #Humanitariancrises #Africa
 
As supporters of Mugabe mourned, the decision to bury the former president in private has riled many party supporters. #RobertMugabe #Zimbabwe #Africa
 
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