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Empty highways, grounded airplanes, closed offices, deserted malls and shuttered hotels owing to COVID-19 containment measures, have led to an ... unprecedented drop in demand for oil, lowering its prices and causing turmoil in the oil market. But it's also opened the door to pushing ahead with low-carbon economy.
Just as Algeria and France are undertaking a joint effort to preserve the historical legacy of the Algerian War, a recently released book reveals ... details about the clandestine operations carried out by French intelligence services.
On the 15th of October 1987, the leader of the Burkinabe revolution was assassinated. Two years later, Sennen Andriamirado, editor-in-chief of ... Jeune Afrique and an acquaintance to the former head of state, published “He was called Sankara”. Here is an account of President of Faso’s last day.
In the early months of COVID-19 this past spring, NGOs and news outlets predicted dire outcomes in Africa. The disease would kill millions. Governments ... and health systems would be unprepared. But this is not what happened.