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The ban in the southwest will remain in place for all of March but can be renewed.
Oronyi said the attackers had destroyed a mobile phone transmission mast to disrupt communications.
A shortage of medical staff and inadequate theatre space made errors more likely, Oluga said.
The same group has been linked to six other kidnappings in recent years.
Korir was favourite to win the men's 800m race and was due to run his first heat on Friday.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, which is the third major assault on Ouagadougou in just over two years.
Ghana, which exports cocoa, gold and oil, is in its final year of the programme, designed to stabilise an economy dogged by high inflation and debt, and low growth.
Isabel dos Santos is Africa's richest woman with assets across multiple sectors in Angola and Portugal from jewellery to supermarkets.
A Kenyan neurosurgeon has been suspended after performing brain surgery on the wrong patient.
The latest killings were part of a cycle of unrest between the Hema and Lendu communities in the northeastern province.
Burkina Faso is one of a string of fragile countries on the southern rim of the Sahara that are battling jihadist groups.
The lyrics of singers like the local Diamond Platnumz have been deemed to go against the country's values.
Niger secured its first two convictions for terrorist financing last year.
Just 7km from the heart of the Kenyan capital, lions, hyenas and giraffes roam at will in the vast reserve.
Nelson Chamisa has been named as the main challenger of Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa for the nations upcoming elections.
Judge President Dunstan Mlambo found former president Jacob Zuma acted unlawfully, irrationally and unconstitutionally.
Witness Mohamed Farah, who lives in an area near the blast, told Reuters he heard a huge explosion, gunfire and then saw large clouds of smoke rise up.
Bashir Saleh was shot in the stomach last Friday as he travelled from OR Tambo International Airport through Johannesburg’s northern suburb of Athol.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will visit Botswana, Namibia and Angola and will be accompanied by Ministers Lindiwe Sisulu and Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.
Jihadists have ramped up their activities in central Mali in recent months, targeting domestic and foreign forces in violence once confined to the restive north.
Egyptians have long complained that the government has failed to deal with chronic transport problems, with roads as poorly maintained as railway lines.
Fighting broke out on Monday in Kasuwan Magani community in Kaduna state.
Earlier this month, Bashir replaced his head of security, reinstating Salah Abdallah Mohamed Saleh as head of the National Intelligence and Security Service.
There is growing international concern that the DR Congo could slide into all-out violence as it heads to elections on December 23. would like to send you push notifications.
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