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Central African Republic votes under threat of violence
The Central African Republic on Sunday voted in presidential and legislative elections held under a cloud of violence as the government, international partners and United Nations peacekeepers seek to hold off a rebel advance.
Biggest African economy now in recession as oil output drops
Africa’s largest economy has slumped into a recession in the third quarter as oil production dropped to a four-year low.
US National Museum of African American History and Culture is reopening
The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington will reopen to the public on Friday — one of four Smithsonian Institution museums that are involved in the latest phase of reopening, the Smithsonian announced.
African destinations cautious in their return to tourism
African countries are at different points as they take steps to reopen to tourism.
East African business bloc urges support for tourism
The East African Business Council (EABC) has urged countries in the region to make additional funds available for the tourism sector, facing revenue losses of more than $5.4 billion in 2020 due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Study links physical activity to quality of life in African American cancer survivors
New research suggests that regular exercise may improve the well-being of African American cancer survivors, but most survivors do not meet current recommendations for physical activity. The findings are published in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society (ACS).
Three African countries halt polio outbreaks
Kenya, Mozambique and Niger have curbed polio outbreaks that erupted in different episodes over the past 24 months, allowing them to regain their polio-free status, World Health Organization (WHO) announced.
Nearly dozen African refugees killed in Saudi artillery shelling in Yemen’s Sa’ada
Nearly a dozen African refugees have lost their lives and many more sustained injuries when artillery shelling targeted an area in Yemen’s mountainous northwestern province of Sa’ada, as Saudi Arabia and a number of its regional allies press ahead with their military aggression against the crisis-hit Arab country.
China reports new African swine fever outbreak
China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs reported a new case of African swine fever on a farm in the southwestern province of Yunnan on Wednesday.
Kenya becomes third African nation to introduce world's first malaria vaccine
Kenya on Friday added the world’s first malaria vaccine to the routine immunization schedule for children under two, becoming the third country in Africa to roll out the vaccine for the disease that kills one child globally every two minutes.
Southern African nations threaten to quit wildlife trade monitor
Southern African nations are threatening to quit the global wildlife trade regulator after it refused to relax restrictions on trade in ivory and rhino horn and imposed a near total ban on zoos taking African elephants captured in the wild.
Reagan calls African UN delegates 'monkeys' in newly unearthed audio
In a recently emerged audio recording from 1971, then-California Governor Ronald Reagan can be heard disparaging African delegates to the United Nations as “monkeys” during a phone call with US President Richard Nixon.
Low-income African countries 'pay 30 times more' for drugs
African countries with small to medium-sized economies pay far more money for less effective drugs, a leading health expert has told BBC Newsday.
North Korea steps up measures to prevent spread of African swine fever
North Korea has stepped up measures to prevent the spread of the highly contagious and deadly African swine fever, its main state newspaper said on Wednesday, breaking its silence on the outbreak, which was first reported in late May.
African American woman elected Chicago mayor in historic vote
In a historic first, an African American woman was elected mayor of America's third largest city Tuesday, as Chicago voters entrusted a political novice with tackling difficult problems of economic inequality and gun violence.

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