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Ghanaian president defies sanctions to host Ahmadinejad
Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama has defied international sanctions to host Iranian President ...
Boat carrying illegal immigrants capsizes in Gabon, 30 dead
At least 30 people died when a boat, carrying 60 illegal immigrants, capsized off the coast of Gabon...
Mali fighting: Refugee count could rise to 700,000
A UN agency says up to 700,000 people are expected to be uprooted by the ongoing turmoil in Mali.
Mali rebels declare ceasefire
The rebel group that recently seized control of Mali announced a cease-fire saying they had reached ...
Ivory Coast: Pro-Gbagbo rally attacked
For 10 years, Laurent Gbagbo-led Ivorian Popular Front party dominated the political scene in Ivory ...
Ivory Coast recovery on track, Clinton says
The once-prosperous former French colony is recovering from a post-election civil war that killed th...
23 sailors kidnapped in tanker attack in W Africa
Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea has over the last eight months escalated from low-level armed robberie...
Gabon troops essential for French W Africa forces
French PM said his country`s troops in Gabon will form the backbone of Paris` forces in West Africa.
Al Qaeda has sleeper cells across West Africa: Experts
AQIM has roots in Algeria, with bases in Mali from where it launches attacks.
14,000 flee Ivory Coast amid civil war fears: UN report
The man who refuses to leave Ivory Coast`s presidency faces new threats.
West African leaders threaten force if Gbagbo stays
West African nations would be sending a high-level delegation to Ivory Coast.
French nationals kidnapped by pirates released
The three were kidnapped by pirates off the West African coast in September.
Cholera stalks West Africa as rains spread disease
Govt is struggling to contain a cholera epidemic that has killed nearly 800 Nigerians in two months.
Two-billion-year-old macrofossils discovered in West Africa
The 2.1billion-year-old fossils discovered in Gabon represent ancient signs of multicultural life.
Guinea holds first free election
Junta-ruled Guinea held its first free election Sunday since independence.
Over 120 million people at risk of yellow fever in W Africa
Over 120 million people are at risk of yellow fever in Nigeria and Ghana, the UN and its partners ...
Cocaine being traded for arms in West Africa: UN
Cocaine shipped to West Africa by Latin American drug cartels is now being traded for arms, the UN`s...
IOC buys 4 mn barrels W Africa crude
State-run Indian Oil Corp (IOC) bought 4 million barrels of West African crude in its tender for Feb...
West Africa bloc calls for civilian rule in Guinea
A regional African bloc calls for Guinea`s military junta to immediately hand over power to civilian...
West Africa`s last giraffes make surprising comeback
A crisp African dawn is breaking overhead, and Zibo Mounkaila is on the back of a pickup truck bound...
Floods hit 350,000 in West Africa: United Nations
Some 350,000 people in West Africa have been affected by serious flooding, the United Nations said F...
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