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Kenya's High Court Upholds Law Making Gay Sex Illegal
By Tom Odula and Khaled Kazziha, AP
The controversial legislation means LGBTQ people can face up to 14 years in prison if convicted of homosexual acts.
Bomb Explosion Near Egypt's Giza Pyramids Injures 17 People
By SAMY MAGDY, AP
The roadside bomb hit a tourist bus carrying 25 people mostly from South Africa, officials said Sunday.
Arnold Schwarzenegger Assaulted By Man At South Africa Event
At least it didn't mess up his Snapchat.
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Acting FAA Chief Says Boeing Could Soon Submit Software Fix For 737 Max Planes
By David Shepardson, Reuters
Boeing has been working on an update for its aircrafts after two 737 Max planes crashed in recent months, killing all on board.
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Gunmen Kill At Least 6 In Church Attack In Burkina Faso
By Thiam Ndiaga, Reuters
Congregants were leaving a Catholic church in Burkina Faso on Sunday when a group of men fatally shot six of them, the government told Reuters.
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Tanzania Plans Cable Car For Mount Kilimanjaro
By Nuzulack Dausen, Reuters
Around 50,000 tourists climb Kilimanjaro annually, but a cable car could increase that by 50 percent.
Gaza-Israel Border Falls Quiet As Ceasefire Takes Hold
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Ari Rabinovitch, Reuters
Egypt mediated the ceasefire and put a halt to one of the most serious spates of cross-border clashes in months.
A Royal Family Feud?
Prince Harry and Prince William are adding fuel to the rumors of a growing rift between them.
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Cyclone Idai's Death Toll Over 1,000, Hundreds Of Thousands Displaced
Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi are still in need of aid after Cyclone Idai.
American Tourist Rescued After Being Kidnapped During Safari In Uganda
By Elias Biryabarema, Reuters
Kimberley Sue Endecott, 35, was abducted by gunmen in Queen Elizabeth National Park on April 4.
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Suspected Poacher Killed By Elephant, Remains Eaten By Lions In South Africa
Only the man's skull and pants were recovered by rangers in Kruger National Park.
Pope Makes History By Tapping First African American Bishop To Lead Washington, D.C.
By Philip Pullella, Reuters
Archbishop Wilton Gregory is now in line to become the first African American cardinal.
Exclusive: Israel’s PM Netanyahu Benefited From Cousin’s Unauthorized Deals With Libya
Nathan Milikowsky's firm sold electrodes to Libya while Netanyahu invested in its raw material supply company.
Aziz Taher / Reuters
U.S. Hackers Helped UAE Spy On Al Jazeera Chairman, BBC Host
By Joel Schectman and Christopher Bing, Reuters
The American operatives worked for Project Raven, a secret Emirati intelligence program.
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Global Carbon Emissions Hit Record High In 2018: IEA
By Nina Chestney, Reuters
China, the United States, and India together accounted for nearly 70 percent of the rise in energy demand.
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Gunmen Kill At Least 130 People In Mali Village
By Tiemoko Diallo, Reuters
Pregnant women and children were among the victims of the Saturday attack in central Mali, where ethnic and jihadist violence has been on the rise.
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Destroying Entire Villages, Cyclone Idai Leaves Africa With An Inland Ocean
By Farai Mutsaka, AP
Flooding continues, making Idai one of the most destructive natural disasters in southern Africa’s recent history.
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Cyclone Idai's Death Toll In The Hundreds In Southern Africa
Many more are missing in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi in the region's most destructive flooding in 20 years.
Ethiopian Airlines Black Boxes Show ‘Clear Similarities’ With Lion Air Crash: Official
By Maggie Fick, Reuters
Both planes were Boeing 737 MAX 8s and both crashed minutes after take off.
Pilots Have Reported Issues In U.S. With New Boeing Jet
The Max 8 is the same plane at the center of a growing global ban by more than 40 countries following a fatal crash in Ethiopia.
Sumaya Hisham / Reuters
Painting 'Pigcasso' Hogs The Limelight At South Africa Farm Sanctuary
The pig was rescued and brought to an animal sanctuary in Franschhoek, where her new owners noticed her love of color and paint brushes.
Airlines Ground Boeing Planes After Crash
Concerns are following a Boeing 737 Max 8 crash in Ethiopia that killed everyone on board.
We Built This: Laolu Senbanjo Is Sharing The Beauty Of Black Stories And Culture Through Art
"I, for one, believe that art can be used to start a conversation."
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NBA To Co-Launch Professional Basketball League In Africa
The Basketball Africa League will be the first time the NBA collaborates to operate a league outside of North America.
I Fight Anti-GMO Fears In Africa To Combat Hunger
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The anti-GMO news and campaign across the globe make me wonder whether improved crop varieties would ever reach small stakeholder farmers like my mother.
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Emergency Crews Rescue Newborn Baby Stuck In Storm Drain
Rescue crews in Durban, South Africa, spent nearly four hours trying to get the child out of the drain.
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