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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets African leaders to advance conflict resolution and economic security

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau convened a meeting for African heads of state, foreign ministers and representatives of the United Nations and other multilateral bodies on Monday to discuss ways to secure peace across the continent as a necessary condition …

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Rapid Urban Growth in Africa Poses Challenges

PARIS - Africa is projected to have the fastest population growth in the world over the next 30 years, and the majority of this growth will take place in urban areas. This transition is profoundly transforming the continent.

African urbanization …

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Report: Africa Delivers Largest Profits on Investment

LONDON - British companies have made bigger profits investing in Africa than in any other region of the world, according to a new report from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), which urges firms to seek profits on the continent rather …

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Report: Africa Delivers Largest Profits on Investment

LONDON - British companies have made bigger profits investing in Africa than in any other region of the world, according to a new report from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), which urges firms to seek profits on the continent rather …

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Coronavirus Concerns Spur Nigerian Authorities to Close Chinese Market in Abuja

ABUJA, NIGERIA - Nigerian officials raided and shut down a popular Chinese supermarket in Abuja this week over concerns about the spreading coronavirus.

The supermarket is a major gathering spot for Chinese citizens and expatriates living in the Nigerian capital. …

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Coronavirus Concerns Spur Nigerian Authorities to Close Chinese Market in Abuja

ABUJA, NIGERIA - Nigerian officials raided and shut down a popular Chinese supermarket in Abuja this week over concerns about the spreading coronavirus.

The supermarket is a major gathering spot for Chinese citizens and expatriates living in the Nigerian capital. …

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Investing In The Future

The Norwegian Ambassador to Tanzania, Her Excellency Ms. Elisabeth Jacobsen, travelled to Arusha to celebrate Norway's energy and education cooperation with Arusha Technical College in Kikuletwa.

Norway and Tanzania has cooperated in the energy sector since 1970. This year marks …

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UN Agency Appeals for $375.5 Million to Enhance Human Rights Globally

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights is appealing for $375.5 million to support its efforts to promote and protect human rights in dozens of countries around the world at a time of great …

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