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Africa
Morocco earthquake: World leaders send condolences
Rihanna and son, RZA.
A look at unusual celebrity baby names: Sir, Riot, Pilot Inspektor, and more
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Security
PHOTOS: Military, Police and Civilian Officers Complete Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Course
The Moroccan interior ministry has said that the death toll in the earthquake increased to 820, with at least 672 injured.
Africa
Morocco: Earthquake death toll rises to 820
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi hugs President of the Union of the Comoros and Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Azali Assoumani as the latter takes his seat after the Union became a permanent member of the G20 during the G20 Summit 2023 at the Bharat Mandapam, in New Delhi, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2023. (PTI Photo) (PTI)
International
AU becomes permanent member of G20
Damage to a building in Marrakesh, Morocco [Al Oula TV/handout Reuters]
Africa
Earthquake kills 300 people in Morocco
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni
Africa
Uganda’s President Museveni asks churches, mosques to block 'strangers'
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Liberian President George Weah poses for a photo. PHOTO _ AFP
Africa
Liberia: George Weah launches presidential campaign for second term
A video grab taken from a video shows deposed president of Gabon, Ali Bongo Ondimba, at his residence in Libreville on September 6, 2023. PHOTO: AFP
Africa
Gabon coup leaders free former president Bongo on 'health grounds'
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Health
Cancer cases in younger people rising globally, researchers say
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Health
Study discovers link between internet use and dementia
The scene of crime in Busanza, Kanombe Sector in Kicukiro District. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Shell-shocked neighbours speak out on suspected serial killer's behaviour
UR Vice Chancellor Prof. Didas M. Kayihura  and Deputy Vice Chancellor, Global, at Curtin College Prof. Seth Kunin exchange documents after signing a Memorandum of Understanding on Tuesday, September 5. Courtesy
Education
Rwanda institutions ink partnership deal with leading Australian University
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Environment
EU makes offer to Africa's climate change fight
Members of the Wagner Group.
International
UK to declare Wagner mercenary a terrorist group
SSP Rene Irere interacting with taxi-moto operators in Kigali during a road safety awareness
Rwanda
Police intensify road safety campaign to curtail motorcycle accident
Etienne Niyigena was the first Rwandan representative to play the first round in men’s singles where he faced a French Corentin Denolly on Tuesday, September 5. Courtesy
Tennis
Tennis: Niyigena bows out of Rwanda Open M25 tourney

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