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South African fossils rewrite early history of life on land
Fossils of two amphibians that lived within the Antarctic Circle 360 million years ago are forcing scientists to rethink the origins of land vertebrates, including where these pioneers first appeared and the climatic conditions that spawned them.
African economy ministers to gather in Busan next week
Economy-related ministers from 35 African nations will gather in Busan next week to discuss ways to bolster the continent's industrialization and economic cooperation with South Korea, the Finance Ministry here said Friday.
East African cave yields evidence of innovations beginning 67,000 years ago
Archeologists have recovered evidence of early cultural innovations dating to 67,000 years ago from a cave near the coast of East Africa.
Al-Shabab militants attack African Union base in Somalia
Extremist insurgents battled for hours on Sunday with African Union troops after exploding a car bomb outside their base, Somali police, military and the militants said.
Israelis, African refugees protest Tel Aviv deporting, jailing of asylum seekers
Thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets alongside African refugees in Tel Aviv to protest Israel's policy of deporting and jailing asylum seekers.
Hundreds of African migrants stage rally to protest Israeli expulsions
Hundreds of African refugees have angrily protested outside an Israeli prison against the “racist” Israeli policy of expelling or imprisoning them indefinitely.
Dozens of African refugees drown off coast of Yemen
At least 30 African refugees and migrants drowned off the coast of Yemen after the boat they were travelling on capsized. Smugglers reportedly also fired on passengers.
UNHCR says Israel should halt policy of relocating African refugees
The United Nations refugee agency has called on Israeli authorities to scrap a new program that forces thousands of African refugees out of the occupied territories.
Ghana among seven African countries beating malnutrition
Ghana has been listed among seven African countries that are winning the fight against malnutrition. These countries are succeeding in the effort to provide nutrition to all, according to a report by the Malabo Montpelier Panel.
Making education meaningful and relevant in African countries
In Africa, achieving a meaningful and relevant education means addressing a web of challenges in society in order to attain a transformative outcome.
African nations turn to bond markets for finance needs
When Ghana became the first west African nation to enter the international bond markets a decade ago this month, it was part of a flurry of debt-raising in the world’s least developed region.
Stress, poverty may explain high rates of dementia in African-Americans
New research found that African-Americans who grow up in harsh environments and endure stressful experiences are much more likely to develop Alzheimer's or some other form of dementia.
Study: Ebola burial teams dramatically reduced West Africa outbreak
Red Cross volunteers prevented a significant number of Ebola cases during the 2013-2016 epidemic in West Africa by using safe burial techniques, according to a study.
African American family kicked off JetBlue flight over birthday cake
An African American family has been kicked off a JetBlue flight for carrying a birthday cake that flight crew said posed a “safety risk.”
African-Americans more likely to be wrongfully convicted
African-Americans are far more likely to be wrongfully convicted of crimes such as murder, assault and illegal drug activity than whites due to factors including racial bias and official misconduct, a study released on Tuesday said.

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