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It was reported last week that an ambulance door was tied with bandages to prevent it from opening while paramedics were ferrying patients to health centres in the kingdom.
The intelligence sources say the opposition leader, Hakainde Hichilema will not participate in the 2021 general elections.
Teams administering the Ebola vaccine in the Democratic Republic of Congo are in a race against time to find and help people exposed.
Emmerson Mnangagwa who took over from Mugabe has vowed to hold clean elections and break from past history of violence-tainted polls.
Jihadist group al-Shabaab is suspected of carrying the attack according to northeastern regional coordinator, Mohamud Ali Saleh.
Foreign minister Leonard She Okitundu did not specify whether the one-time rebel leader will face prosecution by DRC authorities.
Two blasts ripped through the town of Damboa in Borno state on Saturday evening, targeting people returning from celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
Africa's largest economy depends on oil for 70-percent of its government revenue and almost all its foreign currency, despite being rich in iron, bitumen and gold.
Lack of power is holding back the development of the minerals processing sector and crimping the country's ability to reap higher profits from the boom.
It was not immediately clear whether Abdelqader was on a official visit to Turkey but the presidency said in a statement that he died of a heart attack.
The move was a major show of support for the newly-appointed Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
Jean-Pierre Bemba - once a bitter rival of Joseph Kabila and whose militia clashed with government forces - now has the possibility of leaping back onto the political stage
Pedro Pederneira said Marques had insulted public authority in the 2016 article where he alleged that Joao Maria de Sousa had been involved in a dodgy land purchase.
The islands are ill-equipped to handle an influx and have no schools or hospitals, raising the spectre of a humanitarian crisis.
The president said the former deputy chief justice’s experience and expertise in constitutionalism will assist greatly.
Kale Kayihura was sacked by President Yoweri Museveni in March and was bitterly criticised for failing to solve a string of high profile murders, kidnappings, robberies and deaths.
A mock Russian team went head-to-head with a Saudi team in the prison.
The ruling Zanu-PF says Zimbabwe is at a critical stage of transition requiring an experienced politician like President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Agents of Sudan's powerful National Intelligence and Security Service confiscated copies several newspapers over the past few days and also interrogated some journalists.
'Upon royal instructions, Morocco will prepare its bid to host the 2030 tournament,' spokesman Mustapha El Khalfi told a press briefing.
It is the broadest government shake-up since Sisi was first elected in 2014, a year after he overthrew a freely elected Islamist president as chief of the armed forces.
More than half the storage tanks at both terminals were badly damaged in previous fighting and have yet to be repaired, though there have been regular loadings from Es Sider.
Jihadists and people-traffickers have taken advantage of the chaos to gain a foothold in the North African country.
'The game was good even though I peaked late,' said 23-year-old Byron Otieno, serving life for murder, who scored two of Russia's five goals. would like to send you push notifications.
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