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$200,000 worth drugs destroyed in Sierra Leone

The Sierra Leone authorities set $200,000 worth narcotic drugs and chemicals on fire in Freetown, which was about to manufactured the synthetic drug Kush.

UN initiates hearing, questioning Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories

The United Nation’s court, which is the organisation’s highest legal authority is about to initiate a hearing on Monday, which will look at Israel’s occupation of lands which have been claimed for setting up a Palestinian State.

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$200,000 worth drugs destroyed in Sierra Leone

The Sierra Leone authorities set $200,000 worth narcotic drugs and chemicals on fire in Freetown, which was about to manufactured the synthetic drug Kush.

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$200,000 worth drugs destroyed in Sierra Leone

The Sierra Leone authorities set $200,000 worth narcotic drugs and chemicals on fire in Freetown, which was about to manufactured the synthetic drug Kush.

Severe drought in Southern Africa puts millions at risk

The situation in Southern Africa, specifically in nations such as Zimbabwe, continues to worsen as a severe drought has left millions hungry. Scientists have stated that this is down to extreme weather conditions which have become more frequent, straining the region in the process.

UN initiates hearing, questioning Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories

The United Nation’s court, which is the organisation’s highest legal authority is about to initiate a hearing on Monday, which will look at Israel’s occupation of lands which have been claimed for setting up a Palestinian State.
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$200,000 worth drugs destroyed in Sierra Leone

The Sierra Leone authorities set $200,000 worth narcotic drugs and chemicals on fire in Freetown, which was about to manufactured the synthetic drug Kush.

Severe drought in Southern Africa puts millions at risk

The situation in Southern Africa, specifically in nations such as Zimbabwe, continues to worsen as a severe drought has left millions hungry. Scientists have stated that this is down to extreme weather conditions which have become more frequent, straining the region in the process.

UN initiates hearing, questioning Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories

The United Nation’s court, which is the organisation’s highest legal authority is about to initiate a hearing on Monday, which will look at Israel’s occupation of lands which have been claimed for setting up a Palestinian State.

Annual Afro-Carib Festival to celebrate culture richness of Caribbean, Africa in Jamaica

The 4th Annual Afro-Carib Festival is all set to return to Jamaica on Saturday, Feb 17 2024, at the Miramar Regional Park Amphitheater in Miramar, Florida. The event is to experience electrifying performances by Jamaica’s dancehall legend, Tony Rebel; Reggae Hitmaker Nadine Sutherland; and Grammy Award Winner Kabaka Pyramid.

Nigeria and Ivory Coast to play Africa Cup of Nations Final

Nigeria and Ivory Coast prepare to face each other in the final of the Africa Cup of Nations for the ultimate African continental title.

Kenya and Bahamas establishes diplomatic relations by signing communique

The two nations made the initiative official by signing a communique that serves the purpose of formalizing diplomatic relations between them.

Zambia: Cholera outbreak infects 10,000 citizens, kills 400

Zambia has been hit by a devastating cholera outbreak which has infected more than 10,000 citizens, claiming the lives of more than 400.

Africans make use of rainy season with ‘Mosquito Burgers’

Food around the world showcase the diversity of flavours that makes everybody mood go ‘Wow.’ But one of the world’s most unpalatable foods is Mosquito Burgers.

Decade old tradition of ‘Bride’s Aunt sleeps with groom to check potency’

Bride's aunt sleeps with a groom to check his potency in Banyankole Tribe of Uganda.

Nigerian army accidentally kills 85 civilians in drone strike

Nigerian army accidentally kills 85 civilians in drone strike, investigation underway.

The Fulani men of Nigeria who get beaten to acquire a wife

The Fulani Tribe's tradition of beating the groom called 'Sharo', which decides whether he can marry or not.

PM Dr Ralph Gonsalves clarifies stance on Samoa Agreement

Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves attempts to assuage the public's doubts surrounding the Samoa Agreement.