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Isis claims sub-Saharan attacks in a sign of African ambitions

Move points to effort to become platform for Islamic extremist groups after fall of ‘caliphate’ Islamic State has claimed responsibility for two attacks by militants in sub-Saharan Africa in less (...)
6/06/2019

Andrew Mitchell and Justine Greening back calls for foreign loan transparency

Former international development secretaries among 50 British MPs urging introduction of tighter regulations on disclosure Three former international development secretaries are among 50 British (...)
30/05/2019

The man with a tablet for making aid to African countries better

Struck by failings in the implementation of health projects, a Mozambican entrepreneur has turned to tech for a solution The limited success of foreign-backed projects to fight diseases in Africa (...)
20/05/2019

The 20 photographs of the week

Conflict in Syria, shocking pink fashion at Cannes, and a seal pup making a splash – the last seven days, as captured by the world’s best photojournalists Continue (...)
18/05/2019

Cyclone Kenneth death toll in Mozambique rises as rain continues

Homes destroyed and provision of safe drinking water is becoming a challenge The death toll from Cyclone Kenneth, the second tropical storm to hit Mozambique within weeks, has jumped to 38 as (...)
29/04/2019

Five dead and homes flattened after cyclone hits Mozambique

People trapped by rising flood water as Cyclone Kenneth dumps more rain on the region Five people have died and aid workers have reported scenes of destruction in the wake of Cyclone Kenneth, the (...)
28/04/2019

Cyclone Kenneth : at least five dead as heavy rain lashes Mozambique

Experts say storm could move back out to sea and intensify again, as water levels rise Mozambique’s government urged many people to seek higher ground on Saturday in the wake of Cyclone Kenneth, (...)
27/04/2019

Mozambique : people trapped in rising floods as Cyclone Kenneth batters country – video (...)

Five people are dead and aid workers have reported scenes of destruction in the wake of Cyclone Kenneth, the second tropical cyclone to lay waste to swathes of Mozambique in five weeks. Rescuers (...)
26/04/2019

Cyclone Kenneth : UN says Mozambique may need another huge aid effort

Still reeling from Cyclone Idai, country hit by its strongest ever recorded storm The destruction caused by Cyclone Kenneth, the strongest storm on record to hit Mozambique, may require another (...)
25/04/2019

Cyclone Idai : 'My family needs to eat, I don't know how we will survive'

In Mozambique, where many people rely on crops to live, Idai’s impact on two key agricultural areas has been devastating Marie Jose stares out at her field of broken maize stalks, the cobs yellow (...)
25/04/2019

Cyclone Idai caused $2bn of damage and affected millions, says World Bank

Global lender says the cyclone affected about 3 million people, damaging infrastructure and livelihoods A strong cyclone that cut a deadly swath through Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe last month (...)
13/04/2019

'You often get sick' : the deadly toll of illegal gold mining in South Africa | (...)

Driven by need, tens of thousands of women are risking death, disease and sexual violence to scrape a living in the country’s informal mining sector On the outskirts of Durban Deep, an abandoned (...)
9/04/2019
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