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Ethiopian lawmakers remove Tigray group from terror list

Most of Ethiopia’s 547 lawmakers voted to remove the TPLF from the terror list, with 61 objections and five abstentions, according to the state-run Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation.
By Associated Press 11h ago
Tanzania health minister Ummy Mwalimu confirms outbreak of Marburg virus; five people dead, three others hospitalised and contact tracing ongoing.
By Fred Kagonye And Agencies Mar. 21, 2023
“Congratulations,” said Speaker Anita Among. “Whatever we are doing, we are doing it for the people of Uganda.”
By AP News Mar. 21, 2023
Peter Obi, candidate of the Labor Party, who finished third in last month’s presidential race is asking the court to declare him the winner and nullify Bola Tinubu’s victory.
By AP News Mar. 21, 2023
A Nigerian opposition party has filed a petition with the Court of Appeal against the ruling party for its candidate’s victory in last month’s presidential election.
By AP Mar. 21, 2023
Gunmen stormed a Chinese-operated gold mining site that had recently been launched in Central African Republic, killing nine Chinese nationals and wounding two others.
By AP Mar. 19, 2023
By Saturday night, the counting of votes has started in most of the polling units across the country, though the winners are not expected to be announced until Monday.
By AP Mar. 19, 2023
Human rights groups cite Rwanda's poor human rights record, and argue it is inhumane to send people more than 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers) to a country they don’t want to live in.
By VOA Mar. 19, 2023
The polio outbreak is Burundi's first in more than 30 years.
By VOA Mar. 19, 2023
More bodies have been recovered in Malawi's southern region hit by Cyclone Freddy.
By Xinhua Mar. 18, 2023
South Sudan’s National Security Service has released the remaining journalists detained for weeks over a video apparently showing the country’s president wetting himself during an event.
By AP News Mar. 18, 2023
 Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission has promised to address challenges that arose in last month’s election, such as the delays in voting and uploading of results.
By AP Mar. 18, 2023