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Ambassador Barlerin encourages students to uphold ethical values

Friday at 07:17 AM, via CNBC Africa

On April 17, 2019, the U.S. Embassy welcomed 50 members of the Ethics Club of the Government Bilingual High School Nkol-Eton, Yaounde, for a seminar on “Developing a Personal Code of Ethics.” Facilitated by YALI Regional Leadership Center alumni Nkemcha Martin Tiku and Etonde Eliot Nchang Ndeley, this hands-on session informed students ab

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In South Sudan, illness is as deadly as war

Friday at 02:55 AM, via The Citizen

By the time he was brought into the remote clinic in northeastern South Sudan, two-year-old Nyachoat was already convulsing from the malaria attacking his brain.

Egypt bucks trend with vote to extend Sisi rule

Friday at 02:26 AM, via The Citizen

In a referendum bucking the trend of the region’s mini-Arab Spring, Egyptians are to start voting Saturday on constitutional amendments that extend President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s rule until at least 2024.

Malian PM resigns over surge of violence

Thursday at 23:03 PM, via The Citizen

Mali’s prime minister and cabinet resigned Thursday following a motion of no confidence in the government over its handling of violence in the centre of the country, according to the presidency.

US, Russia thwart progress on UN call for Libya ceasefire: diplomats

Thursday at 21:49 PM, via The Citizen

A British bid at the UN Security Council to demand a ceasefire in Libya faced opposition Thursday from Russia and the United States, raising doubts about prospects for a draft resolution to halt the bloodshed in Tripoli, diplomats said.

Out of a drawer and into your nightmares comes a vicious ancient beast

Thursday at 17:24 PM, via Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – When Ohio University integrative biologist Nancy Stevens peered into a drawer in the wooden cabinets on the top floor of a Nairobi museum in 2010, she saw a chunk of rock containing massive teeth and knew she had come across something important.

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