Thursday 15 February

Journal du Cameroun - 10h18

Russia Announces The Creation Of A Cancer Vaccine

At the Moscow Technology Forum, the Russian President announced the arrival of this vaccine: “we have come very close to the creation of so-called cancer vaccines and immunomodulatory drugs of a new generation”.


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Journal du Cameroun - 10h18

Russia Announces The Creation Of A Cancer Vaccine

At the Moscow Technology Forum, the Russian President announced the arrival of this vaccine: “we have come very close to the creation of so-called cancer vaccines and immunomodulatory drugs of a new generation”.

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Friday 02 February

Journal du Cameroun - 13h36

Turkey Announces Support To Niger Government

During a working visit by the Prime Minister of Niger, Ali Mahaman Lamine Zeine, last Thursday in Ankara, the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, announced that his country will continue to increase its support for Niger and that measures are to be taken to increase the volume of trade between the two countries. Discussions between the two leaders focused on political and economic relations between Turkey and Niger, the fight against terrorism, and regional and global issues.


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Journal du Cameroun - 13h36

Turkey Announces Support To Niger Government

During a working visit by the Prime Minister of Niger, Ali Mahaman Lamine Zeine, last Thursday in Ankara, the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, announced that his country will continue to increase its support for Niger and that measures are to be taken to increase the volume of trade between the two countries. Discussions between the two leaders focused on political and economic relations between Turkey and Niger, the fight against terrorism, and regional and global issues.

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Wednesday 10 January

JDC , Africa Sports - 12h08

Gambian Players Refuse To Fly To Côte d’Ivoire For 2023 AFCON

The Gambian national team players have gone on strike. Their demand is for the payment of their participation bonuses. They say they will not play and will not travel to Côte d’Ivoire to take part in the tournament.


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JDC , Africa Sports - 12h08

Gambian Players Refuse To Fly To Côte d’Ivoire For 2023 AFCON

The Gambian national team players have gone on strike. Their demand is for the payment of their participation bonuses. They say they will not play and will not travel to Côte d’Ivoire to take part in the tournament.

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Wednesday 03 January

Mail Online - 12h12

AFCON 2023: Manchester United Set To Retain Andre Onana

Manchester United is planning to keep André Onana in goal for the match against Tottenham at Old Trafford on January 14 . Just 24 hours later, Cameroon will play its first game at the African Cup of Nations. Indomitable Lions opening game will be against Guinea, Conakry. The club is currently discussing the matter with the Cameroun Football Federation.

It should be remembered that clubs were obliged to release African players for the AFCON on January 01, but after initial negotiations, FECAFOOT agreed that Onana would be available for the FA Cup third-round tie against Wigan on January 8.


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Mail Online - 12h12

AFCON 2023: Manchester United Set To Retain Andre Onana

Manchester United is planning to keep André Onana in goal for the match against Tottenham at Old Trafford on January 14 . Just 24 hours later, Cameroon will play its first game at the African Cup of Nations. Indomitable Lions opening game will be against Guinea, Conakry. The club is currently discussing the matter with the Cameroun Football Federation.

It should be remembered that clubs were obliged to release African players for the AFCON on January 01, but after initial negotiations, FECAFOOT agreed that Onana would be available for the FA Cup third-round tie against Wigan on January 8.

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Friday 29 December

ESPN - 14h36

2023 AFCON: André Onana Seeks ToLimit Time Away From Man UTD

André Onana does not want to join the Indomitable Lions before January 1, according to the English gazette, ESPN. The Manchester United goalkeeper is in talks with the Cameroon Football Federation to join the squad in Saudi Arabia after January 8 so that he can be in action against Wigan and help his struggling club.


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ESPN - 14h36

2023 AFCON: André Onana Seeks ToLimit Time Away From Man UTD

André Onana does not want to join the Indomitable Lions before January 1, according to the English gazette, ESPN. The Manchester United goalkeeper is in talks with the Cameroon Football Federation to join the squad in Saudi Arabia after January 8 so that he can be in action against Wigan and help his struggling club.

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Friday 22 December

- 14h36

Military Diplomacy: US-China Talks Resume

The United States and China re-established communication between the two militaries of their respective countries on Thursday. This happened when President Joe Biden’s senior military adviser, General Charles Brown, held a video conference with his Chinese counterpart, General Liu Zhenli. The call marked an important milestone in relations between two of the world’s most powerful militaries.


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- 14h36

Military Diplomacy: US-China Talks Resume

The United States and China re-established communication between the two militaries of their respective countries on Thursday. This happened when President Joe Biden’s senior military adviser, General Charles Brown, held a video conference with his Chinese counterpart, General Liu Zhenli. The call marked an important milestone in relations between two of the world’s most powerful militaries.

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Friday 15 December

- 16h05

Pope Francis Underscores Need For AI Regulation Deal

In a statement last Thursday, December 14, Pope Francis called for a binding global treaty on artificial intelligence, lauding its potential benefits while warning of its raw potential for destruction. He commented on the pitfalls of placing in human hands a “vast array of options, including some that may pose a risk to our survival and endanger our common home.”


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- 16h05

Pope Francis Underscores Need For AI Regulation Deal

In a statement last Thursday, December 14, Pope Francis called for a binding global treaty on artificial intelligence, lauding its potential benefits while warning of its raw potential for destruction. He commented on the pitfalls of placing in human hands a “vast array of options, including some that may pose a risk to our survival and endanger our common home.”

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Wednesday 13 December

- 14h48

New Anti-Immigration Law Passed In The UK

The UK parliament has just passed a bill to deport migrants to Rwanda.


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- 14h48

New Anti-Immigration Law Passed In The UK

The UK parliament has just passed a bill to deport migrants to Rwanda.

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Tuesday 09 May

Africa News - 10h02

Nigeria: Protesters storm court as legal challenge opens against presidential election result

A number of protesters stormed the appeal court in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital on Monday to express their concern about the outcome of the election result but were restrained from gaining entrance to the court by security operatives.  As the country grapples with widespread insecurity, economic woes and growing poverty, many Nigerians had hoped the presidential ballot would bring about change but many were disappointed by the way the election was conducted.


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Africa News - 10h02

Nigeria: Protesters storm court as legal challenge opens against presidential election result

A number of protesters stormed the appeal court in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital on Monday to express their concern about the outcome of the election result but were restrained from gaining entrance to the court by security operatives.  As the country grapples with widespread insecurity, economic woes and growing poverty, many Nigerians had hoped the presidential ballot would bring about change but many were disappointed by the way the election was conducted.

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Friday 13 January

CRTV National Station - 14h14

Chad Disqualified From The Uniffac Tournament Played In Cameroon

CAF has pronounced the exclusion of Chad from the Uniffac tournament which is currently being played in Cameroon. The country has enlisted in its team Ousmane Diallo who according to the CAF magnetic resonance test is aged above 17 years.

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CRTV National Station - 14h14

Chad Disqualified From The Uniffac Tournament Played In Cameroon

CAF has pronounced the exclusion of Chad from the Uniffac tournament which is currently being played in Cameroon. The country has enlisted in its team Ousmane Diallo who according to the CAF magnetic resonance test is aged above 17 years.
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Thursday 12 January

237Lions.com - 14h22

Cameroonian Born Fabrice Ondoa Nurses Hope in Europe

Fabrice Ondoa, 27 years old, comes from far away. The dark period when he was looking for a club is now an old memory.

Since he arrived at FK Auda, he has managed to impose himself in the club to the point of becoming, for example, captain of the team.  Last season he played 30 games conceding 27 goals.And to reward him, the club has just extended his contract for another year.


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237Lions.com - 14h22

Cameroonian Born Fabrice Ondoa Nurses Hope in Europe

Fabrice Ondoa, 27 years old, comes from far away. The dark period when he was looking for a club is now an old memory.

Since he arrived at FK Auda, he has managed to impose himself in the club to the point of becoming, for example, captain of the team.  Last season he played 30 games conceding 27 goals.And to reward him, the club has just extended his contract for another year.

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Wednesday 04 January

Cameroon Tribune - 16h07

Benedict XVI : Pope Of Records

The 265th Pope of the Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church was an outstanding intellectual. He had 9 doctorates. He wrote over 160 books. He spoke, wrote, and read 10 languages ​​fluently including French, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and his native German. Benedict XVI, considered the greatest theologian of the 20th century and known as the Pope of faith, was named bishop and raised to the rank of archbishop on the same day.
Three months later, he was created cardinal. Until this day, he was the only cardinal to have participated in three conclaves including August 1978, October 1978, and April 2005. Until December 31, 2022, he was the last living cardinal appointed by Paul VI, on June 27, 1977. He is also the only cardinal to have spent 24 years at the head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Benedict XVI died on December 31, 2022. He is then 95 years and 259 days old. This makes him the longest-lived pope, although he resigned at the age of 85 years and 300 days.

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Cameroon Tribune - 16h07

Benedict XVI : Pope Of Records

The 265th Pope of the Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church was an outstanding intellectual. He had 9 doctorates. He wrote over 160 books. He spoke, wrote, and read 10 languages ​​fluently including French, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and his native German. Benedict XVI, considered the greatest theologian of the 20th century and known as the Pope of faith, was named bishop and raised to the rank of archbishop on the same day.
Three months later, he was created cardinal. Until this day, he was the only cardinal to have participated in three conclaves including August 1978, October 1978, and April 2005. Until December 31, 2022, he was the last living cardinal appointed by Paul VI, on June 27, 1977. He is also the only cardinal to have spent 24 years at the head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Benedict XVI died on December 31, 2022. He is then 95 years and 259 days old. This makes him the longest-lived pope, although he resigned at the age of 85 years and 300 days.
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Thursday 01 December

Cameroon Tribune - 09h49

World Cup 2022 : Female Trio To Referee Male Match

It will be the first time this happens. A women’s trio will be in charge tonight to referee a men’s match. This is the third group match in Group E of the Qatar 2022 World Cup which will oppose Germany to Costa Rica. The match will be led by the French Stéphanie Frappart. She will be assisted by Brazilian Neuza Back and Mexican Karen Diaz.

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Cameroon Tribune - 09h49

World Cup 2022 : Female Trio To Referee Male Match

It will be the first time this happens. A women’s trio will be in charge tonight to referee a men’s match. This is the third group match in Group E of the Qatar 2022 World Cup which will oppose Germany to Costa Rica. The match will be led by the French Stéphanie Frappart. She will be assisted by Brazilian Neuza Back and Mexican Karen Diaz.
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Monday 19 September

BBC Africa - 09h28

Queen Elizabeth’s death stirs South Africa’s colonial memories

Over the past week South Africa – a country with a unique and complex relationship with the British Crown – has reacted in a conspicuously muted fashion to the death of Queen Elizabeth. While some here are quietly mourning her and remembering, in particular, her unique friendship with Nelson Mandela, many others have chosen to focus, if at all, on the bitterly contested and enduring legacy of Britain’s empire.


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BBC Africa - 09h28

Queen Elizabeth’s death stirs South Africa’s colonial memories

Over the past week South Africa – a country with a unique and complex relationship with the British Crown – has reacted in a conspicuously muted fashion to the death of Queen Elizabeth. While some here are quietly mourning her and remembering, in particular, her unique friendship with Nelson Mandela, many others have chosen to focus, if at all, on the bitterly contested and enduring legacy of Britain’s empire.

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Wednesday 17 August

Al Jazeara - 14h48

WHO to get monkeypox tests for Africa, as new cases reported

The World Health Organization (WHO) is in the process of procuring thousands of monkeypox tests for Africa but is not recommending mass vaccination at this stage, its Africa Director Matshidiso Moeti has said.


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Al Jazeara - 14h48

WHO to get monkeypox tests for Africa, as new cases reported

The World Health Organization (WHO) is in the process of procuring thousands of monkeypox tests for Africa but is not recommending mass vaccination at this stage, its Africa Director Matshidiso Moeti has said.

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Tuesday 16 August

Business in Cameroon - 16h01

E. Guinean Bange Bank to get listed on the Bvmac, first bank to join E. Guinean Bange Bank to get listed on the Bvmac, first bank to join

Guinean Bange Bank is preparing its listing on the regional stock exchange Bvmac. Louis Banga, MD of the stock market, met on August 9 in this regard with a delegation led by Juan Pablo Obiang Bikie, the newcomer’s MD. The stakeholders discussed the listing process, the disclosure requirements for issuers of listed securities and the endowment mechanism of the African Development Bank for companies that decide to list on the Bvmac. Bange’s approach suggests that the bank is seeking to boost the volume of its activities. Last July 29, it increased its capital to CFA56 million from CFA20 million. It is also worth reminding that it has extended its network outside Equatorial Guinea with a subsidiary in Cameroon in 2021.


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Business in Cameroon - 16h01

E. Guinean Bange Bank to get listed on the Bvmac, first bank to join E. Guinean Bange Bank to get listed on the Bvmac, first bank to join

Guinean Bange Bank is preparing its listing on the regional stock exchange Bvmac. Louis Banga, MD of the stock market, met on August 9 in this regard with a delegation led by Juan Pablo Obiang Bikie, the newcomer’s MD. The stakeholders discussed the listing process, the disclosure requirements for issuers of listed securities and the endowment mechanism of the African Development Bank for companies that decide to list on the Bvmac. Bange’s approach suggests that the bank is seeking to boost the volume of its activities. Last July 29, it increased its capital to CFA56 million from CFA20 million. It is also worth reminding that it has extended its network outside Equatorial Guinea with a subsidiary in Cameroon in 2021.

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Friday 10 June

Africanews - 16h10

Gay Pride billboard pulled down in Ghana’s capital Accra

Agiant Billboard mounted in Ghana’s capital, Accra, to mark pride month, has been pulled down. This billdoard mounted over the first weekend of June  raised a lot od debates within Ghana media space with many proposing that it be pulled down.


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Africanews - 16h10

Gay Pride billboard pulled down in Ghana’s capital Accra

Agiant Billboard mounted in Ghana’s capital, Accra, to mark pride month, has been pulled down. This billdoard mounted over the first weekend of June  raised a lot od debates within Ghana media space with many proposing that it be pulled down.

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Thursday 05 May

Africanews - 10h16

Mali’s Termination od defence deal with France

The European Union on Wednesday termed Mali’s decision to back out of defense agreements with France as “regrettable”.A spokesman for the EU’s commission for foreign affairs said the decision would weaken the fight against militants in the country.
Bamako on Monday slammed what it called flagrant violations of its sovereignty by French troops.


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Africanews - 10h16

Mali’s Termination od defence deal with France

The European Union on Wednesday termed Mali’s decision to back out of defense agreements with France as “regrettable”.A spokesman for the EU’s commission for foreign affairs said the decision would weaken the fight against militants in the country.
Bamako on Monday slammed what it called flagrant violations of its sovereignty by French troops.

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Friday 29 April

CT - 12h21

Chad National Dialogue

Despite a delay at the pre-national dialogue in Doha,the technical committee in charge of organising the May  10th National Dialogue in N’Djamena is seriously at work. After submitting  all the documents, that will be the basis of discussiions during the dialogue and raising the required budget of 2.8 billion, it will be left on the committe to tackle the most crucial phase of the organization which is the repartition of the 1,500 delegates in such a way that no group is either left out or marginalsed.


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CT - 12h21

Chad National Dialogue

Despite a delay at the pre-national dialogue in Doha,the technical committee in charge of organising the May  10th National Dialogue in N’Djamena is seriously at work. After submitting  all the documents, that will be the basis of discussiions during the dialogue and raising the required budget of 2.8 billion, it will be left on the committe to tackle the most crucial phase of the organization which is the repartition of the 1,500 delegates in such a way that no group is either left out or marginalsed.

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Thursday 21 April

Africanews - 11h38

Italy signs gas deals with Angola in a bid to Boycott Russia

Italy on Wednesday penned a deal with Angola to ramp up gas supplies from the southern African country as it urgently scrambles to break away from Russian gas over the Ukraine war.
A declaration of intent was signed to develop “new” natural gas ventures and to increase exports to Italy, a statement from the Italian foreign minister announced.


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Africanews - 11h38

Italy signs gas deals with Angola in a bid to Boycott Russia

Italy on Wednesday penned a deal with Angola to ramp up gas supplies from the southern African country as it urgently scrambles to break away from Russian gas over the Ukraine war.
A declaration of intent was signed to develop “new” natural gas ventures and to increase exports to Italy, a statement from the Italian foreign minister announced.

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BBC - 11h35

Netflix Experience a Slump

Shares in Netflix have slumped by 35% after it revealed a sharp drop in subscribers and warned millions more are set to quit the streaming service.
It wiped more than $50bn off the firm’s market value as experts warned it faced a struggle to get back on track.
Netflix faces intense competition from streaming rivals, but was also hit after it raised prices and left Russia.


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BBC - 11h35

Netflix Experience a Slump

Shares in Netflix have slumped by 35% after it revealed a sharp drop in subscribers and warned millions more are set to quit the streaming service.
It wiped more than $50bn off the firm’s market value as experts warned it faced a struggle to get back on track.
Netflix faces intense competition from streaming rivals, but was also hit after it raised prices and left Russia.

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Tuesday 19 April

Africanews - 09h38

South Africa Declares state of Disaster

President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a state of national disaster in South Africa. This comes a week after terrible floods left at least 443 people dead in the Durban area on the east coast
The authorities expect hundreds of millions of euros in damage. A €63 million emergency fund has been released by the government after the region already suffered massive destruction in July during an unprecedented wave of rioting and looting.


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Africanews - 09h38

South Africa Declares state of Disaster

President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a state of national disaster in South Africa. This comes a week after terrible floods left at least 443 people dead in the Durban area on the east coast
The authorities expect hundreds of millions of euros in damage. A €63 million emergency fund has been released by the government after the region already suffered massive destruction in July during an unprecedented wave of rioting and looting.

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Tuesday 15 June

France 24 - 18h05

‘Diamond rush’ grips South African village after discovery of unidentified stones Story by Reuters

More than 1,000 fortune seekers on Monday flocked to the village of KwaHlathi in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province in search of what they believed to be diamonds after a discovery of unidentified stones in the area.

The people traveled from across South Africa to join villagers who have been digging since Saturday, after a herd man who dug up the first stone on an open field, which some believe to be quartz crystals, put out the word.
The discovery was a life changer, said one digger Mendo Sabelo as he held a handful of tiny stones.

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France 24 - 18h05

‘Diamond rush’ grips South African village after discovery of unidentified stones Story by Reuters

More than 1,000 fortune seekers on Monday flocked to the village of KwaHlathi in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province in search of what they believed to be diamonds after a discovery of unidentified stones in the area.

The people traveled from across South Africa to join villagers who have been digging since Saturday, after a herd man who dug up the first stone on an open field, which some believe to be quartz crystals, put out the word.
The discovery was a life changer, said one digger Mendo Sabelo as he held a handful of tiny stones.
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Tuesday 09 February

France 24 - 14h33

‘Can’t stay quiet’: Thailand’s Myanmar migrants rise up against coup back home

Organising protests, gathering supporters and distributing posters of their beloved leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar workers in Thailand are adding to a chorus of dissent against a coup that has upended their home country.

Thailand’s economy is reliant on millions of low-wage labourers — mostly from neighbouring Myanmar — who largely toil behind the scenes to keep the kingdom’s industries humming.

They live a precarious existence and largely distrust Thai authorities, due to widespread discrimination and frequent crackdowns against illegal workers, and usually keep to themselves.


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France 24 - 14h33

‘Can’t stay quiet’: Thailand’s Myanmar migrants rise up against coup back home

Organising protests, gathering supporters and distributing posters of their beloved leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar workers in Thailand are adding to a chorus of dissent against a coup that has upended their home country.

Thailand’s economy is reliant on millions of low-wage labourers — mostly from neighbouring Myanmar — who largely toil behind the scenes to keep the kingdom’s industries humming.

They live a precarious existence and largely distrust Thai authorities, due to widespread discrimination and frequent crackdowns against illegal workers, and usually keep to themselves.

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Tuesday 19 January

France 24 - 11h28

‘Arson’ destroys four UNICEF schools in Rohingya camps

Four UNICEF schools for Rohingya children in refugee camps in Bangladesh have been destroyed in a fire, officials said Tuesday, with the UN children’s agency calling it arson.

It was unclear who might attack the schools, which were empty at the time, but the security situation in the camps housing around a million people has worsened in recent months.


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France 24 - 11h28

‘Arson’ destroys four UNICEF schools in Rohingya camps

Four UNICEF schools for Rohingya children in refugee camps in Bangladesh have been destroyed in a fire, officials said Tuesday, with the UN children’s agency calling it arson.

It was unclear who might attack the schools, which were empty at the time, but the security situation in the camps housing around a million people has worsened in recent months.

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Monday 18 January

France 24 - 16h29

‘Buried by strangers’: funeral curbs raise ire in Zimbabwe

Only a handful of sobbing relatives huddle together, heads lowered in sorrow, as cemetery workers in hazmat suits hastily shovel dirt over a coffin in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare.

Fifteen minutes later the family must leave the cemetery. To minimise coronavirus risks, none of the usual funeral rites are permitted, not even a brief eulogy.

Zimbabwe imposed new restrictions on funerals this month following a rise in Covid-19 cases.


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France 24 - 16h29

‘Buried by strangers’: funeral curbs raise ire in Zimbabwe

Only a handful of sobbing relatives huddle together, heads lowered in sorrow, as cemetery workers in hazmat suits hastily shovel dirt over a coffin in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare.

Fifteen minutes later the family must leave the cemetery. To minimise coronavirus risks, none of the usual funeral rites are permitted, not even a brief eulogy.

Zimbabwe imposed new restrictions on funerals this month following a rise in Covid-19 cases.

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Tuesday 08 December

France 24 - 18h49

‘An art, a sport, a culture’: Breakdancing to make Olympic debut

Breaking, also known as breakdancing, is coming to the Olympics after it was officially added to the Paris 2024 schedule on Monday. For breakdancers around the world, the announcement is deserved recognition for what is not only a popular sport around the world but also a culture and art form.

“It made me extremely happy, especially for the people who paved the way for my generation,” 17-year-old American breakdancer Logan Edra, also known as Logistx, told Reuters.

“Honestly, I don’t think there’s a week that I haven’t thought about the Olympics for the past year.”


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France 24 - 18h49

‘An art, a sport, a culture’: Breakdancing to make Olympic debut

Breaking, also known as breakdancing, is coming to the Olympics after it was officially added to the Paris 2024 schedule on Monday. For breakdancers around the world, the announcement is deserved recognition for what is not only a popular sport around the world but also a culture and art form.

“It made me extremely happy, especially for the people who paved the way for my generation,” 17-year-old American breakdancer Logan Edra, also known as Logistx, told Reuters.

“Honestly, I don’t think there’s a week that I haven’t thought about the Olympics for the past year.”

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Friday 09 October

France 24 - 18h33

‘Diplomatic wheels in motion’ as Armenia, Azerbaijan meet in Moscow

Russia said Friday that Armenia and Azerbaijan had agreed to meet in Moscow for negotiations on ending the fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh, after President Vladimir Putin called for talks. FRANCE 24 senior reporter Catherine Norris-Trent, in Baku, says the diplomatic wheels are in motion, with a temporary truce potentially on the cards.


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France 24 - 18h33

‘Diplomatic wheels in motion’ as Armenia, Azerbaijan meet in Moscow

Russia said Friday that Armenia and Azerbaijan had agreed to meet in Moscow for negotiations on ending the fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh, after President Vladimir Putin called for talks. FRANCE 24 senior reporter Catherine Norris-Trent, in Baku, says the diplomatic wheels are in motion, with a temporary truce potentially on the cards.

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Wednesday 09 September

France 24 - 18h59

‘Devastation’: Wildfires ravage western United States

“Unprecedented” wildfires fueled by strong winds and searing temperatures were raging cross a wide swathe of California, Oregon and Washington on Wednesday, destroying scores of homes and businesses in the western US states and forcing tens of thousands of residents to evacuate.

In California, where at least eight deaths have been reported, National Guard helicopters rescued hundreds of people trapped by the Creek Fire in the Sierra National Forest.


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France 24 - 18h59

‘Devastation’: Wildfires ravage western United States

“Unprecedented” wildfires fueled by strong winds and searing temperatures were raging cross a wide swathe of California, Oregon and Washington on Wednesday, destroying scores of homes and businesses in the western US states and forcing tens of thousands of residents to evacuate.

In California, where at least eight deaths have been reported, National Guard helicopters rescued hundreds of people trapped by the Creek Fire in the Sierra National Forest.

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Wednesday 02 September

France 24 - 16h28

‘Banksy boat’ migrants board quarantine ship off Italy

More than 350 migrants including those rescued by a vessel sponsored by British street artist Banksy were being transferred onto a quarantine vessel off Sicily, aid workers said Wednesday.

“The first people have boarded the quarantine vessel and the operation is ongoing,” Mattea Weihe, spokeswoman for the Sea-Watch humanitarian organisation told AFP.

The 353 migrants on board Sea-Watch 4 include those rescued last week by Louise Michel, a 30-metre boat sponsored by the mysterious artist.


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France 24 - 16h28

‘Banksy boat’ migrants board quarantine ship off Italy

More than 350 migrants including those rescued by a vessel sponsored by British street artist Banksy were being transferred onto a quarantine vessel off Sicily, aid workers said Wednesday.

“The first people have boarded the quarantine vessel and the operation is ongoing,” Mattea Weihe, spokeswoman for the Sea-Watch humanitarian organisation told AFP.

The 353 migrants on board Sea-Watch 4 include those rescued last week by Louise Michel, a 30-metre boat sponsored by the mysterious artist.

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