President Bongo inaugurates Moanda School of Mining, Metallurgy

The President of Gabonese Republic, Ali Bongo Ondimba, alongside the Prime Minister of São Tomé and Príncipe, Patrice Trovoada, recently inaugurated the Moanda School of Mining and Metallurgy (known as

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Obama endorses Clinton

President Barack Obama has formally endorsed Hillary Clinton as Presidential nominee of Democratic Party. Obama offered his formal endorsement with a video released Thursday afternoon. The former Senator from New

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US election 2016: Clinton hails ‘milestone for women’

Hillary Clinton has thanked her supporters for helping her reach a historic moment for women – the Democratic nomination for president. “Thanks to you, we’ve reached a milestone,” she told

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Hillary Clinton ‘secures Democratic nomination’ – AP

Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic nomination for US president after reaching the required number of delegates, an AP tally suggests. The count puts Mrs Clinton on 2,383 – the

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Equatorial Guinea launches 2016 oil, gas licensing round

Equatorial Guinea’s Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy (MMIE) today launched the country’s latest oil and gas blocks licensing round, EG Ronda 2016 at the Africa Oil and Power conference.

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Standard Chartered, USAID’s $60m partnership boosts Zambia’s power grid

Standard Chartered continues to deliver on its commitment to bridge Africa’s power gap by facilitating, coordinating and arranging transactions which boost the capacity of national power grids and access to

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European Migrant Crisis: Capsized Boat Horror Caught On Camera

The deadly capsizing of a migrant boat in the Mediterranean has been caught on camera by the Italian navy as it rescued 562 people. The trawler overturned apparently as a

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New London Mayor Sadiq Khan Takes Bus To Work

The new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has started his first day in his new job – by taking the bus to work. Mr Khan arrived at City Hall to

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U.S. accuses South Sudan of frustrating peace deal

The U.S. State Department on Tuesday in
 Washington accused the South Sudan’s
government of refusing to give landing
permission to planes carrying Riek Machar,
saying such action was inimical to peace deal.
It also

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Trump and the nomination Matrix

Any reporter who has ever spent time on a presidential campaign has heard the perennial rant about “process stories.” That’s when the candidate tells you that really he is desperate

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