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South Africa’s Consumer inflation drops to 5.3% in April

South Africa’s consumer inflation fell to 5.3 percent in April from 6.1 percent in March.

Security heightened at the E.U. ahead of Trump’s visit

Security was heightened around the European Council this Thursday as U.S. President Donald

Sisi rejects Bashir accusations, says not conspiring against Sudan

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has rejected Sudanese President, Omar Al Bashir’s

U.S., Britain, UN wary of Kiir’s ceasefire announcement

The United States and Britain have expressed worries about South Sudan President, Salva

Manchester bombing: U.K. stopping Intel sharing with U.S., furious over leaks

 British Police is stopping intelligence sharing about Monday’s suicide bombing with U.S.

Libya arrests brother, father of Manchester bombing suspect

The Libyan government has arrested a brother and the father of Salman Abedi, the man

Five Kenyan Police officers killed, one injured in Liboi attack

Five police officers have been killed and one injured in yet another attack in Liboi, a day after

African Customs Organisations to improve trade facilitation

African Customs organizations are working to help improve trade facilitation on the continent,