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Sahel Conflict Set to Worsen in 2022: Analysts

Islamist militant attacks increased this past year in the Sahel region, leading to political instability that saw a coup in Mali, an attempted coup in Niger, and calls for Burkina Faso’s president to resign. Burkina Faso experienced the deadliest terro…

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South Africans Bid Farewell to Tutu on Eve of His Funeral

South Africans took their last opportunity to pay their respects to Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Friday, the eve of the revered anti-apartheid fighter’s funeral.Since Thursday, nearly 3,000 mourners have filed through Cape Town’s St. George’s Cathedral b…

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Conférence biblique sur « Les Secrets du ciel dans les paraboles enseignées par Jésus »

Au milieu d’un déclin mondial de la population religieuse, une explication claire de la Bible a attiré plus de 140 000 croyants et l’attention de millions de personnes. NEW YORK, 30 décembre 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Shincheonji l’Église de Jésus, le Temple du Tabernacle du Témoignage, organise la « Conférence en ligne de Shincheonji: Témoignage sur les […]

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Posted in Africa MENA Press Releases South Africa

Seminar Reveals the Secrets of Heaven Hidden in Parables Taught by Jesus

Amid a decline in church membership, one church has drawn more than 140,000 believers and attracted the attention of millions NEW YORK, Dec. 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Shincheonji Church of Jesus, The Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony, explains the Bible in plain language through free online seminars. Its latest seminar series, “Testimony on […]

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Four Soldiers Killed in Mali Attack

Four Malian soldiers were killed and around a dozen others were wounded when they were attacked in the west of the county, the army said Thursday.Mali’s Armed Forces said the attack occurred late Tuesday in a region of the country where jihadists have …

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South Africa Lifts Curfew, Says COVID-19 Fourth Wave Peaked

South Africa has lifted a midnight-to-4 a.m. curfew on people’s movement, effective immediately, saying the country has passed the peak of its fourth COVID-19 wave driven by the omicron variant, a government statement said Thursday.However, wearing a f…

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Mali Conference Recommends Election Delay of Up to 5 Years

A conference in Mali charged with recommending a timetable for democratic elections following a military coup said on Thursday that polls scheduled for February should be delayed by six months to five years in part because of security issues.Mali’s tra…

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Atrocities, War Expand Beyond Ethiopia’s Tigray

What began as a conflict between the Ethiopian Federal government and a local military in late 2020, exploded into a civil war in 2021 that has forced two million people to flee their homes and left hundreds of thousands of people in famine-like condit…

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