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China on Saturday evacuated some of its embassy staff and some citizens trapped in the recent fighting in South Sudanese capital, Juba.
The remains of two Chinese UN peacekeepers killed in the recent fighting in South Sudan were on Friday airlifted to Uganda as part of their journey back home.
The African Editors Forum (TAEF), an umbrella organization for editors from across the continent, may soon be one of the observers at the annual African Union (AU) Summit, a senior AU official has said.
Papua New Guinea's embattled prime minister will have a long week of wheeling-and-dealing in order to maintain power after his political opposition forced a one week adjournment as social unrest mounts.
Tanzania got a standing ovation during the 40th World Heritage Committee meeting in Istanbul, Turkey due to the country's well-preserved World Heritage site and the fact that even the latest UNESCO's declaration was announced from here.
South African President Jacob Zuma has urged South Africans to vote for the ruling African National Congress (ANC) because it liberated the country and put the country where it is.
The South Sudanese government was committed to the peace agreement signed in August 2015 that ended nearly two years of civil war, said James Pitia Morgan, South Sudan's permanent representative to the African Union.
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Wednesday said that countries across West and Central Africa are on alert as the highly pathogenic avian influenza virus H5N1 continues to spread across the region, a UN spokesman told reporters here Wednesday.
Government of Ghana will in the coming days get tougher on human trafficking in all forms, a senior public official announced here on Wednesday.
Three Chinese and one Rwandan peacekeepers who were injured in the weekend renewed fighting between two South Sudan rival army factions in the capital, Juba were airlifted Wednesday to Uganda for treatment.