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WHO sees little impact on COVID-19 vaccine supplies to Africa from Ukraine war

The World Health Organization does not expect any immediate impact on vaccine supply to Africa from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, senior officials on the...

Tunisia’s Saied will bar foreign funding for civil society

Tunisia's President Kais Saied said on Thursday he will outlaw foreign funding for civil society organisations as he tries to remake the country's politics...

Cyclone Emnati hits Madagascar; island’s 4th major storm in a month

Winds of up to 135 kilometres per hour (84 mph) battered Madagascar early on Wednesday as Cyclone Emnati made landfall, becoming the fourth major...

COVAX vaccine supply outstrips demand for the first time

The global project to share COVID-19 vaccines is struggling to place more than 300 million doses in the latest sign the problem with vaccinating...

Tanzanian court rules opposition leader’s terrorism trial can proceed

The leader of Tanzania's main opposition party, Freeman Mbowe, has a case to answer on charges of plotting acts of terrorism against government officials,...

EXCLUSIVE U.S. halts nearly $160 mln aid to Burkina Faso after finding military coup occurred

The United States has halted nearly $160 million in U.S. aid to Burkina Faso after determining the January ouster of President Roch Kabore constituted...

Malawi detects polio, first wild case in Africa in over 5 years

Malawi's health authorities have declared a polio outbreak after a case was detected in a young child in the capital Lilongwe, the first case...

Federal Government Must Punish Those Who Have Inflicted Pain and Hardship On the Nigerian People

Federal Government Must Punish Those Who Have Inflicted Pain and Hardship On the Nigerian People. The Youth Party has expressed great dismay that the Federal...

Vaccine Equity: US-Donated COVID-19 vaccines benefit Nigerians

In early to mid-2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic was in full stride, Oluwole Amosu, a 41-year-old health worker in Nigeria, was concerned about getting...

Somali doctors open war-scarred nation’s only public blood bank

When Somalia's biggest bomb blast killed more than 500 people in 2017, Dr. Ahmed Abdikadir Mohamed watched helplessly as many of the injured bled...

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