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Terrorists attacks in Sahel, West Africa: 538 die, 127 injured in 159 assaults …in one month...

Business Ghana 25 Sep 2022
A total of 159 terrorists and extremists attacks occurred in the Sahel and West Africa Sub-region, the Minister of National Security, Albert Kan-Dapaah, has revealed ... The SBS Ghana is funded by the European Union Trust Fund For Africa and implemented by the Ghana Immigration Service and ICMPD.
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Tourism boom for continent

Independent online (SA) 25 Sep 2022
... Al-Awadhi, the International Air Transport Association regional vice-president for Africa and Middle East, pointed out that air traffic in East Africa had risen to 93.4% of July 2019 levels and North Africa to 93.1%, while West Africa had surpassed prepandemic levels by 8.7%.
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Air Traffic Controllers Suspend Strike in West and Central Africa

Beijing News 25 Sep 2022
Dakar - A 48-hour strike by air traffic controllers in West and Central Africa has been suspended, their union said Saturday ... The controllers work under the Agency for Aerial Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA) an 18-member state ... West, central Africa affected.
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Joseph most expensive buy of five West Indians auctioned in South Africa T20 League

The Gleaner 25 Sep 2022
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (CMC). FIVE WEST Indians were picked when a total of 314 players went under the hammer in the inaugural South Africa T20 League (SA20) auction, bringing to nine the number of Caribbean cricketers chosen for the January-... .
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For the Umpteenth Time, Buhari Reiterates Commitment to Free, Fair Polls in 2023

This Day 25 Sep 2022
*Says it’s the best example Nigeria can give to stop coups in West Africa ... According to him, this is the only way Nigeria can continue to “set the right example for the rest of Africa and hopefully stop the recourse to unconstitutional changes of governments in our sub-region and the rest of the African Continent.”.
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Air Traffic Controllers Call off Strike after Grounding Flight Operations in West, Central Africa

This Day 25 Sep 2022
In the last 48 hours that ended on Saturday, flight operations were paralysed in mostly French-speaking countries in West and Central Africa, which affected international flights to Europe and other parts of the world from the stated countries.
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2022 GLOBAL CITIZEN FESTIVAL CAMPAIGN CULMINATES IN $2.4 BILLION TO END EXTREME POVERTY

The Philadelphia Tribune 25 Sep 2022
... and $32.5 million committed to deepening partnerships across West Africa in Ghana, Benin, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea, and Togo.Lithuania announced they would be committing €11 million in funding towards rebuilding infrastructure including schools, homes and a bridge in Ukraine.
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Path shifts northwest on growing Tropical Storm Ian, still could strike Florida as hurricane

Finger Lakes Times 25 Sep 2022
update puts Tropical Storm Ian’s center about 255 miles south of Kingston, Jamaica, and about 445 miles southeast of Grand Cayman with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph moving west at 16 mph ... At 11 a.m., it was located 100 miles west-northwest of Port Aux Basques, Newfoundland, with maximum sustained winds of 80 mph.
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As Ukraine worries UN, some leaders rue what’s pushed aside

Arab News 25 Sep 2022
NEW YORK ... Russia’s war in Ukraine ... But he also noted that a recent trip to Africa left him pondering how the West has treated other conflicts ... At the General Assembly, she added that, from South Africa’s vantage point, “our greatest global challenges are poverty, inequality, joblessness and a feeling of being entirely ignored and excluded.” ... ....
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Path shifts north on Tropical Storm Ian, still could strike Florida as hurricane

The Virginian-Pilot 25 Sep 2022
update puts Tropical Storm Ian’s center about 270 miles south-southeast of Kingston, Jamaica, and about 520 miles southeast of Grand Cayman with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph moving west at 15 mph ... At 11 a.m., it was located 100 miles west-northwest of Port Aux Basques, Newfoundland, with maximum sustained winds of 80 mph.
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William Boyd: ‘The books world is much tougher now’

The Observer 25 Sep 2022
William Boyd, 70, is the author of 26 books, including Any Human Heart (2002) – adapted for television in 2010 with three actors playing the lead role of Logan Mountstuart – and Restless, the Costa novel of the year in 2006 ... It’s more challenging ... I’m a Scot, but I was born in Africa, so I felt more at home in west Africa than in Edinburgh ... .
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Tropical Storm Ian forecasted to enter Gulf of Mexico as major hurricane, head to Florida

The Advocate 25 Sep 2022
Tropical Storm Ian is forecast to enter the Gulf of Mexico next week as a major hurricane headed for the Florida coast ... After passing near Grand Cayman, Ian was expected to head toward west Cuba then to Florida's Gulf Coast, including the panhandle ... Tropical Depression Hermine was off the west coast of Africa and headed north ... .
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Zadie Smith on discovering the secret history of Black England: ‘Into my ignorance poured these remarkable facts’

The Observer 25 Sep 2022
... in 1805, including chapters on the necessity of blacks to the plantation system, ‘Negro capacity, ascertained by experience’, ‘Frequency of famine in Africa’, ‘Cheerfulness of Negroes during the crop season’, and ‘Joy of West India Negroes at the arrival of African Negroes.”.
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West Africa: Terrorists Attacks in Sahel, West Africa - 538 Die, 127 Injured in 159 ...

All Africa 24 Sep 2022
A total of 159 terrorists and extremists attacks occurred in the Sahel and West Africa Sub-region, the Minister of National Security, Albert Kan-Dapaah, has revealed ....

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