Thousands rally in Cape Town against rising crime, high unemployment2018-09-25
Thousands went to the streets here in the South African capital on Tuesday morning to voice their anger over rising crime and high unemployment.
Medicine shortage risks lives of thousands of patients in Gaza: ministry2018-09-25
The Gaza health ministry warned on Monday that the mounting severe shortage of medicines is risking the life of thousands of patients in the Gaza Strip, especially those who suffer from chronic diseases.
World Bank, UN launch mechanism to prevent famine2018-09-25
The mechanism, with the support of global technology companies, including Microsoft, Google and Amazon Web Services, seeks to change the status quo of delayed response and to move toward famine prevention, preparedness and early action, said the the organizers in a joint press release.
Chinese contractor drills longest railway tunnel in East Africa2018-09-25
China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) has drilled the longest railway tunnel in East Africa, the company said Monday.
Cameroon troops deployed to gov't-owned hotel before presidential poll2018-09-25
Less than two weeks before the presidential election of Cameroon, security forces were quickly deployed to a government-owned hotel in the country's commercial capital Douala after a false attack alarm sounded, governor of Littoral region, Ivaha Diboua Samuel Dieudonne said in a statement to the press on Monday.
Feature: Chinese, Egyptian artists celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival in Cairo2018-09-25
As the moon became full on Monday, Chinese and Egyptian artists celebrated this year's Mid-Autumn Festival in Cairo.
Morocco to spend nearly 3 bln USD to develop roads2018-09-25
The Moroccan government will spend 2.99 billion U.S. dollars from 2018 to 2021 to develop its roads, Minister of Equipment and Transport Abdelkader Amara said on Monday.
Tunisia to reinforce national strategy, fighting cybercrime2018-09-25
Tunisia is working hard to reinforce its cyber defense capabilities, through the establishment of a national strategy to combat cybercrime, said Kamel Akrout, a senior advisor for national security, on Monday.
Tunisian next presidential election to be held in December 20192018-09-25
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi announced Monday evening the next presidential elections will take place in December 2019, reported by local media.
Morocco, China firms join hands to develop fertilizers2018-09-25
Morocco's state-owned phosphate group OCP and China's fertilizer additives supplier Hubei Forbon agreed to develop a new generation of eco-friendly fertilizers, OCP announced on Monday.
Algeria to start offshore oil drilling in 20192018-09-25
Algerian oil giant Sonatrach announced on Monday that it is planning to begin offshore oil drilling in 2019.
Tanzania defends its decision of importing a black rhino2018-09-25
Tanzania on Monday defended its decision of importing a male black rhino from the United States to help in breeding the endangered species.
Libya welcomes UN Security Council recommendations on illegal oil exports2018-09-19
Libya's state-owned National Oil Corporation (NOC) on Tuesday welcomed the recommendations of the UN Security Council's Panel of Experts regarding illegal oil exports by the eastern-based authorities.
World Bank subsidiary corporation to inject 500-mln-USD investment in Tunisia2018-09-19
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is ready to inject investments worth 500 million U.S. dollars to promote the Tunisian economy, said Mouayed Makhlouf, IFC Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa, on Tuesday.
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