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Edward McAllister

'Superfood' craze makes big business of Africa's baobab

Aug 01 2018

Mangoule, SENEGAL, Taerou Dieuhiou has been shinning barefoot up baobab trees in Senegal's southern Casamance region to collect the oblong fruit since he was 15. | Video

Congo declares Ebola flare-up over after rapid response

Jul 24 2018

DAKAR Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday declared an end to an Ebola outbreak believed to have killed 33 people after what experts hailed as a swift response to the flare-up in one of the world's most difficult environments.

Soccer: Broken hearts in Senegal after harsh World Cup exit

Jun 29 2018

DAKAR Senegal's dramatic exit from the World Cup was met with heartache in the capital Dakar on Thursday after the team lost to Colombia, dashing hopes of an African team advancing into the knockout stages.

Broken hearts in Senegal after harsh World Cup exit

Jun 28 2018

DAKAR Senegal's dramatic exit from the World Cup was met with heartache in the capital Dakar on Thursday after the team lost to Colombia, dashing hopes of an African team advancing into the knockout stages.

Broken hearts in Senegal after harsh World Cup exit

Jun 28 2018

DAKAR Senegal's dramatic exit from the World Cup was met with heartache in the capital Dakar on Thursday after the team lost to Colombia, dashing hopes of an African team advancing into the knockout stages.

Soccer-Broken hearts in Senegal after harsh World Cup exit

Jun 28 2018

DAKAR, June 27 Senegal's dramatic exit from the World Cup was met with heartache in the capital Dakar on Thursday after the team lost to Colombia, dashing hopes of an African team advancing into the knockout stages.

EU handouts not always the answer for Africa's returning migrants

May 30 2018

DAKAR When Fatou Kine's failed attempt to reach Europe left her jobless and penniless in Algeria, she turned to an agency she had heard helped migrants return home. | Video

Miners propose Congo sliding royalty scale to resolve row

Mar 29 2018

LONDON/DAKAR International mining firms including Glencore and Randgold on Thursday proposed a sliding scale for royalty rates on key commodities mined in Democratic Republic of Congo as an alternative to a windfall tax.

Sime Darby's Africa ambitions stall pending new deforestation rules

Feb 14 2018

GBAH, Liberia/KUALA LUMPUR When Malaysia's biggest plantation company Sime Darby leased 220,000 hectares of lush forest in northwest Liberia in 2009, executives said they had found a much needed new frontier in global palm oil development.

Exclusive: 'We are in a war' - Cameroon unrest confronted by army offensive

Feb 08 2018

Daniel was in his home in the village of Bole in Southwest Cameroon on Feb. 2 when he heard gunfire and a commotion. Moments later, his house was ablaze, flames licking the walls.  | Video

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