• Malawi attackers of ‘vampires’ arrested

    Deadly mob attacks on people suspected to be “vampires” have led to 140 arrests in Malawi, police said. Watch: A vampire scare has triggered mob violence in Malawi which has

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  • Eastern Libya to launch its coins

    Authorities in eastern Libya will circulate their own coins to ease shortages of money, a central bank official said. Another sign of dichotomy in the country that has two rival

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  • Somalia at “critical political juncture”

    “The attacks in Somalia’s capital mark one of the worst the city has suffered in over a decade, leading to a large number of casualties and injuries to innocent civilians” –

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  • ACP meeting in Brussels

    Members of Parliaments from Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific gathered in Brussels this week for the 47th session of the ACP Parliamentary Assembly, and a joint intersessional meetings with

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  • Easing of US sanction on Sudan

    The easing of US sanctions on Sudan is an important step in Sudan’s efforts at reintegration into the international community. The EU expects Sudan to make further progress in addressing

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  • EU calls Cameroon to act with restraint

    Tensions in North-Western and South-Western Cameroon have risen over recent weeks, with a risk of further escalation. "Today, we reaffirm our autonomy over our heritage & territory." Cameroon's English-speakers call

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  • Mali: EU considers individual sanctions

    The Council has transposed into legal acts the provisions of United Nations Security Council resolution 2374 (2017), which allows sanctions to be imposed on those actively stymieing progress in implementing the agreement on

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  • Europe stands by Angola in reforms

    “As President of Angola João Lourenço officially takes office today in Angola, I look forward to co-operating with him and the new government to strengthen further our relationship and intensify our existing

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  • MEPs to observe elections in Liberia

    In response to an invitation by the Liberian authorities, the European Union has deployed an Election Observation Mission (EOM) to Liberia to observe the general elections scheduled for 10 October. This is the fourth time that the European Union is observing general elections in Liberia reflecting the

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  • Gabon’ dangers of human rights abuses

    “One year after the heavily contested presidential elections in Gabon, the situation has reached a stalemate, with no prospect of a political solution to the country’s divisions and to the

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