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WHO Urges African Nations to Speed Up COVID-19 Vaccination

The World Health Organization is urging African countries to ramp up preparations for COVID-19 vaccination rollouts in anticipation of the imminent arrival of millions of vaccine doses on the continent. WHO reports more than 6.2 million people have b...

Guinea Reverses Decision to Pull Out of Tokyo Olympics

The West African country of Guinea has reversed an earlier decision to pull out of the Olympics and will send a delegation of five athletes to the Tokyo Games.Minister of Sports Sanoussy Bantama Sow made the announcement Thursday after national and int...

HRW: Kenya Mishandled COVID Cash Program for the Poor

In a report released Tuesday, Human Rights Watch accused the Kenyan government of failing to properly handle a cash transfer program intended to help the poor during the COVID-19 pandemic. The rights group says the money instead went to people connect...

US Strikes Al-Shabab in Somalia for First Time in Six Months

Somali commandos coming under attack from the al-Shabab terror group got some help from above, for the first time in months, in the form of a U.S. airstrike.The Pentagon late Tuesday confirmed U.S. forces were behind the single strike near Galkayo, abo...

Poverty at Root of South Africa Violence and Looting: Analyst

After a week of public violence that shocked the world, South Africa is beginning to reflect on the cause.Mass looting and destruction of property followed the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma for contempt of court after he refused to testify at ...

Chess Brings Hope to Kenya Youth in Informal Settlement

More than half of the Kenyan capital's nearly five million people live in slums, where many young people are lured by drugs and crime. In one neighborhood, a group is using the game of chess to help transform the lives of young people.We are in Mukuru ...

Leader Backs Order in South Africa, Vows to Catch Plotters

Standing before a looted mall and surrounded by soldiers, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa vowed Friday to restore order to the country after a week of violence set off by the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma.Visiting the port city of...