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The theme of the event is “driving green growth and climate finance solutions for Africa and the world.”
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The announcement was made just hours after the junta said they were open to dialogue with West African nations to resolve the crisis.
Brussels says there is still room for mediation efforts in Niger
The European Union has suspended all activities with Niger, including financial assistance, and civilian and security cooperation.
Niger airspace closed as coup supporters defy critical deadline
Supporters of Niger's military junta have gathered in the capital to show defiance of an ultimatum to restore democracy.
EU suspends all security cooperation with Niger in wake of military co
The US has said it will continue to provide humanitarian aid to the West African country. The European Union will not.
African leaders arrive in Russia for summit
It's the second Russia-Africa summit since 2019. But on the eve of the event the number of attending heads of state had shrunk from 43 to 17, a drop that the Kremlin blamed on Western interference.
Executions, torture and looting: Wagner accused of abuses in Africa
Authorities in Mali are under pressure to end these violations and hold those responsible to account.
The Democratic Republic of Congo aims to attract new investors
Kinshasa hosted the DRC's Country Risk Conference for the second year in a row to guide investors in examining the country's strengths and weaknesses. The goal is to diversify the economy with a focus on reforms and greater transparency so that it becomes more attractive internationally
Ukraine’s Africa troubles continue after delegation's peace talks trip
African representatives seemed to have come to Kyiv earlier in June with a list of priorities that included their own stability, food security, imported goods, and the continuity of their regimes and countries, David Kirichenko writes.
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OPEC+: Riyadh to reduce oil output, others to extend previous cuts
In order to keep crude oil prices stable on the world market, the OPEC+ countries, including heavyweight Russia, have agreed to maintain previous production cuts through 2024, while Saudi Arabia cuts output by 1 million barrels per day.
From Tunisia to Italy, who are those fleeing to Europe?
In this episode of Witness, we travel to Tunisia to hear the harrowing stories of migrants from the sub-Sahara and Tunisians themselves willing to risk their lives to escape war, political instability, and unemployment.
At the 2023 Venice Biennale, the future of architecture is Africa
The Biennale, historically dominated by a Euro-centric vision with minor participation from Asia and the Americas, is being led by Africa this year. Curator Lesley Lokko’s show makes bold, forward-thinking statements about who and what will drive the future of architecture.
Watch: Nigeria national surf competition in Lagos' Tarkwa Bay
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UN calls says it needs 3 billion euros for Sudan assistance
These funds should enable humanitarian aid agencies to treat some 18 million of the most vulnerable people in the country, according to Ramesh Rajasingham, head of humanitarian affairs at the UN.
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