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Until the age of 15, Moses Kasamane from Onamaandiya village in Namibia's northern Omusati Region, had not set foot in a classroom.
Brazil's Supreme Court on Thursday denied requests filed by impeached President Dilma Rousseff asking for the impeachment vote against her to be suspended and for President Michel Temer to remain in an interim capacity.
About 65,000 Palestinians are estimated to have been homeless since Israel's large-scale military offensive on Gaza in 2014, the Gaza-based Anti-siege Popular Committee said Wednesday.
Kenya on Monday kicked off the 6th African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) to chart new path to transform the continent's agricultural sector and enhance food security.
Two people were killed and more than a dozen injured as Gabon security forces stormed the opposition's headquarters early Thursday, as violence swept the capital after President Ali Bongo was declared the winner of contested polls.
Gabon opposition leader Jean Ping said on Tuesday that election results his team has collated from almost all of the country's regions show he has defeated President Ali Bongo, whose family has been in power for nearly 50 years.
A China-built secondary school in South Sudan's capital Juba has helped kept the aspirations of students despite the uneasy environment in the war-torn nation.
Usain Bolt completed his third straight clean sweep of Olympic sprint events on Friday by leading Jamaica to victory in the men's 4x100m relay final here.
A funding crisis is threatening to disrupt South African universities that had been hit before by student unrest over fee increases, authorities warned on Monday.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki- moon on Tuesday welcomed the signing of a roadmap agreement by Sudanese opposition groups to end conflicts in Sudan.