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Paintings reveal hidden histories of Africans in England
Six paintings that tell fascinating, not widely known stories of people from the African diaspora in England’s history, including the Roman emperor who strengthened Hadrian’s Wall and Queen Victoria’s goddaughter, were unveiled by English Heritage.
Most Africans 'will go hungry in 14-day lockdown'
More than two-thirds of people surveyed in 20 African countries said they would run out of food and water if they had to stay at home for 14 days.
UN study narrows down why Africans make fraught journey to Europe
Migrants take dangerous routes from Africa to Europe not because they need protection or jobs but because their countries do not meet their aspirations quickly enough, a new study by the UN's development agency found.
Report: Israel detains hundreds of Africans without trial each year
Israel detains hundreds of African asylum seekers without trial every year, with the approval of its top authorities, the Haaretz daily reported, citing data released recently.
Africans storm Spain’s Ceuta border fence for asylum
In an unprecedented number over the past decade, 400 African refugees have crossed a barbed-wire fence into Spain's overseas territory of Ceuta neighboring Morocco.
African nations join global march against GMO giant Monsanto
Thousands gathered in West and South Africa on Saturday to protest the agri-business giant Monsanto and the health hazards its products pose to consumers and local farmers alike, activist groups reported.

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