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26 Aug 2023
The UN urged donors who had pledged aid to deliver on their promised contributions. Meanwhile, Sudan's military ruler left the capital to visit army bases, on a rare trip since the start of the fighting.
28 Apr 2023
The desperate rush to leave Khartoum continues. Sudanese and foreigners take advantage of openings left by a delicate ceasefire to try to get out of the Sudanese capital. Also, an African child is killed by malaria every 60 seconds – the region suffers from 95 percent of all cases in the world. The WHO aims to wipe out the disease by 2030, as our team in Gabon reports. Finally, Conakry celebrates African identity during its 72-hour literary festival.

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Russian opposition politician in exile Dmitry Gudkov has told DW he hopes that Alexei Navalny's death will spur on opponents of Vladimir Putin, not intimidate them or lead them to despair.
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The UN Security Council has sanctioned 6 people from armed groups amid escalation between the Congolese government and M23 rebels. The US and France called for Rwanda to stop supporting the group.
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The intensifying conflict between the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) army and the M23 Tutsi-led rebels, allegedly backed by Rwanda, has disrupted supply lines to the eastern city of Goma, affecting over two million residents and displaced individuals.
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Furniture maker Jared Omondi is having to walk several miles to work each day in Nairobi after public transport prices doubled. He is one of millions of Kenyans facing spiraling living costs caused by measures to tame surging public debt.
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Democratic Republic of Congo's prime minister, Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde, resigned on Tuesday (February 20), triggering the dissolution of his government, the presidency said in a statement.
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