The prices of petrol, diesel, kerosene and LPG are displayed in Naira outside a gas station in Lagos, Nigeria, Sept. 9, 2019.
Country is one of world's largest economies where businesses rely so heavily on diesel-powered generators — reliable in a nation where nearly 80 million people - some 40% of the population - have no access to grid power
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Wed, 09/18/2019 - 02:15
Members of the Independent Higher Authority for Elections (ISIE) announce the official results of the presidential election during a press conference in Tunisia's capital, Tunis, Sept. 17, 2019.
Wins for law professor and business tycoon seen as rejection of post-revolution political system
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Tue, 09/17/2019 - 20:35
Doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe protest the disappearance of Peter Gabriel Magombeyi, acting president of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association, in Harare, Sept. 17, 2019. (C. Mavhunga/VOA)
The visit comes as rights groups protest a spate of abductions targeting activists
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Tue, 09/17/2019 - 17:27
Namibia-Botswana map
After resisting calls for voluntary repatriation, 94 of the more than 800 Namibian refugees were deported Tuesday
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Tue, 09/17/2019 - 14:57
President of the Republic of Angola Joao Lourenço (C) shakes hands with Rwandan president Paul Kagame (R) next to Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni (L) after the signing an agreement, Aug. 21, 2019, in Luanda, Angola.
The talks build on a memorandum of understanding that was signed in Angola one month ago to end the dispute that prompted both countries to accuse the other of spying, political assassinations and meddling
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Tue, 09/17/2019 - 12:54
From the US to Ghana, a Taste of Home in the Homeland
Brooklyn native serves up soul food in African country enjoying tourist boom due to commemorations marking 400th anniversary of transatlantic slave trade
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Tue, 09/17/2019 - 07:23
An armed man carries boxes with forms delivered by members of Joint Military Ceasefire Commission (JMCC), meant to select soldiers from the opposition and the government into the South Sudanese military, at the Ayod Barrack in Fangak State, South Sudan, September 13, 2019.REUTERS/Samir Bol
Despite a peace deal last year, forced recruitment of child soldiers is mounting in South Sudan
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Tue, 09/17/2019 - 06:45