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Still possible to reconsider vote pullout: Odinga

Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga said on Thursday that he could "reconsider" his decision to quit the country's troubled election race, provided there was "proper" headway on electoral reform.

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IOM, Zimbabwe promotes migration governance

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Zimbabwe government currently implementing a project dubbed "Promoting Migration Governance in Zimbabwe", which seeks to provide capacity to the government to better manage migration issues.

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Somalis protest against violent extremism

Somalis have taken to the streets of the capital, Mogadishu, to protest against violent extremism in the aftermath of a double car bombing which killed more than 300 people this past weekend.

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Britain seeks new ways to detect explosives in airports

Britain launched a fund on Friday to support new technology to screen hand-luggage in airports in a bid to detect concealed explosives without passengers having to remove electrical items from their bags.

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EU leaders wrap up first day of summit

European leaders ended their first day of summit in the early hours of Friday after discussing a wide range of issues such as Brexit, immigration, workers' rights and the Iran nuclear deal.

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Number of awaiting trial prisoners in DRC on a rise

The number of prisoners awaiting trial in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is very high.

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“Need for collective curricular friendly to the African context”

Experts from academia, governments and wide-ranging stakeholders in education from Sub-saharan countries say there is a need for collective curricular that is friendly to the African context.

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“Significant progress made on HIV/Aids”

Significant progress has been made on the HIV and Aids fronts, but they are illnesses that cannot be forgotten.

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Study links pollution to millions of deaths worldwide

Pollution is killing millions of people worldwide, mostly through the diseases it causes including heart conditions, strokes and lung cancer, according to a large international study.

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No accurate information on Niger ambush: US

United States Defense Secretary, James Mattis, said on Thursday the US military did not have all the accurate information on an ambush in Niger earlier this month that killed four US soldiers.

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