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Deutsche Bank not financing controversial African oil pipeline
Deutsche Bank is not financing a pipeline in Africa that environmental campaigners have said will displace thousands of families and disrupt nature reserves, a person with knowledge of the matter said on Sunday.
Iran’s exports to Africa surge 107% to $1.1b
Iran’s exports to Africa surged 107% to $1.1 billion in the last Iranian year which ended on March 20, Director General of the Arab and African Department of the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran Farzad Piltan said.
Iran reports major surge in exports to Africa, Oman
Iran reported a major surge in non-oil exports to Africa and to Oman as the country continues to benefit from a boom in trade revenues that has offset the impact of American sanctions on oil exports.
Iran determined to expand all-out relations with African countries: Raeisi
Iran’s President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi said that development of all-out relations with African countries is among the top foreign policy priorities of the Islamic Republic.
FM: Iran gov’t determined to boost ties with Africa
‘Tehran, Niamey have considerable capacities to expand relations’
International Desk
Iran says nine-month exports to Africa up almost 200%
Iran reported a major surge in non-oil exports to Africa in the nine months to December 21, with an official in the country’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) saying that shipments almost tripled over the period thanks mainly to increased government support for exporters.
Iran resumes car production in Africa
Iran Khodro, the biggest automobile producer in the Middle East, reactivated its assembly line for production of Samand sedans in Senegal, its deputy director for exports and international affairs said.
Pandemic hobby grows into plan for Africa's largest photography library
Since the pandemic forced many U.S. bookshops to close or slash prices, Ghanaian New Yorker Paul Ninson amassed 30,000 African photo books for a library he hopes will inspire the next generation of photographers back home.
Bestselling author Wilbur Smith dies aged 88
Author Wilbur Smith died at his home in South Africa on Saturday after a decades-long career in writing, his office said. He was 88.
UK plans to hold asylum seekers in offshore processing centres in Africa
The United Kingdom is planning to introduce legislation that would enable authorities to send asylum seekers abroad for processing in an Australian-style offshore centre, according to media reports.
West African regional bloc adopts new plan to launch single currency in 2027
A group of 15 West African countries have adopted a new road map to launch a single currency in 2027 after its previous plans were derailed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Africa’s Oscar-shortlisted films show an industry spreading across borders
It’s an exciting time for filmmakers and movie fans around the world: Academy Awards season is here. And with several African films up for official nominations, people across the continent will be paying close attention when those nominations are announced on Monday.

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