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4 Apr 2017
Barry Eccleston, president at Airbus Americas Inc., discusses the Trump administration's approach to business and his company's place in the U.S. economy.
4 Apr 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May defends the country's foreign policy during a visit to Jordan, saying maintaining links in the Middle East was important for trade and security.
4 Apr 2017
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma facing pressure on Tuesday (April 4) after S&P downgraded the country's credit level to "junk".
4 Apr 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria has pledged to defend its current foreign exchange policy and the apex bank pumped a fresh 240 million dollars in the forex market on Monday.
4 Apr 2017
Nigeria's bourse closed negative on Monday, as investors took profit from a number of counters. Meanwhile, the Central Bank of Nigeria on Monday disbursed a total of 240 million dollars to retail end-users and authorised forex dealers.
4 Apr 2017
PDP Crisis - Women's forum seeks Ex-President Jonathan's intervention.
4 Apr 2017
North Korean defector and human rights activist Yeonmi Park urges the international community to help feed the starving people of her home nation.
4 Apr 2017
At the end of last year, the UN raised the alarm that South Sudan's civil war could spiral into genocide. A new report now says there has been a "massive increase" in human rights violations.
4 Apr 2017
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley says that people assume that she's 'looking for something bigger' after a reporter called her 'Madam President'.
4 Apr 2017
Petrol tanker drivers’ strike - Vehicle queues crowd petrol stations.
4 Apr 2017
The NGO Save the Children sets up a mock cemetery in Brussels to represent Syrian children killed in the country's six-year conflict, ahead of a scheduled EU conference on the post-conflict future of the war-torn nation.
4 Apr 2017
The man tipped to become South Korea's next president is formally nominated as the candidate of the main opposition party, in a nation rocked by the impeachment of its former leader.

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The prominent crime reporter was gunned down in July 2021 in Amsterdam. Prosecutors suspect that a drug gang is behind the murder.
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It's been 20 years since an overloaded Senegalese passenger ferry sank off the coast of The Gambia, killing almost 1,900 people. Our correspondent reports on the disaster dubbed "Africa's Titanic". Also, a free-falling economy and years of political unrest have taken their toll on Sudanese youth, with thousands leaving the country every day.
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The reopening was a key campaign promise from the recently elected President of Colombia, Gustavo Petro. The Simon Bolivar international bridge had been closed for seven years.
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It's just one aspect of the seemingly endless list of horrors brought on by Russia's war in Ukraine: Ukrainian authorities say they have already removed some 80,000 landmines and explosive devices across the country. While Washington has pledged $89 million to help Kyiv clear the weapons, the process could take decades.
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Started by former model Valérie Ka, the Africa Fashion Up contest highlights African talent and puts the continent’s social and economic priorities centre stage. This year’s winners hail from Ivory Coast, Morocco, South Africa, Kenya and Congo Brazzaville and will be mentored by Balenciaga and France's HEC Paris Business School. The Grand Prix was shared between South Africa's energetic Jacques Bam and laid-back Kenyan designer Muyishime Edi Patrick. We take a closer look.