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Countdown begins to longest-ever lunar eclipse in the universe

Friday will turn into a day to remember, as the world will witness the longest lunar eclipse to date, which will last for an hour and forty-five minutes.According to CNN, the moon will be in perfect alignment with the sun and Earth, with the moon in the middle of the Earth and the sun. Coupled with

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US airstrike kills over 100 militants in Somalia

US airstrike kills: The Unites States military has confirmed that over 100 Islamist militants were killed in an airstrike launched against the al-Shabaab group in Somalia. A U.S. defense official said that the strike on an al-Shabaab training camp was carried out by a manned aircraft, CNN reported. The military’s Africa Command said that the strike was carried out on a

Malnourishment rising in sub-Saharan Africa: UN

bidjan, Nov 17 : Malnourishment rising in sub-Saharan Africa: UN. The number of people suffering from chronic undernourishment in sub-Saharan Africa has climbed, mainly due to the impact of conflict and climate change, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAP) said.”The number of undernourished people rose from 200 to 224 million, accounting for 25 percent

200-million-year-old huge carnivorous dinosaur found in Africa

London, Oct 26 : 200-million-year-old huge carnivorous dinosaur found in Africa. An international team of scientists has discovered footprints of a huge carnivorous dinosaur that roamed southern Africa 200 million years ago. The researchers found several three-toed footprints measuring 57 cm long and 50 cm wide. This means the newly discovered dinosaur, named Kayentapus ambrokholohali,

‘India-Africa trade may touch USD 117 bn by 2020-21’

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app For Android For IOS India’s trade with African countries is likely to touch USD 117 billion by 2020-21 on account of improved economic ties and strong business opportunities, according to a report. Indian exports to the African continent are expected to grow to USD 70

Two years after Cecil the Lion was killed, his son Xanda gets shot

We all remember Cecil the Lion. His death in 2015 sparked global outrage and brought everyone’s attention to rest upon Africa’s trophy hunting. Two years after the celebrated lion was killed, one of his cubs Xanda has also been shot dead by a trophy hunter.The six-year-old lion was killed just outside the Hwange National Park

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Nigerian soldiers fired on unarmed civilians, 14 deaths

Nigerian soldiers fired on unarmed civilians, 14 deaths. In the African country, the Niger army fired at Boko Haram militants during a patrol in the southeast of the country, in which 14 unarmed civilians have died during the gunfights.Director General of Dypha Area, Yahya Gudi, told that Niger’s army was patrolling the banned areas on

Girls are finished after pregnancy, Should be banned from School says Tanzania President.

Hashtah #StopMagufuli hashtag has been trending for many days in Tanzania because the President of Tanzania believes that pregnant girls should be banned from school. Speaking at a rally last week, President John Magufulli said, “Until the time I am the President, any pregnant girl will not be allowed to return to school. Understand that

Kenya 1st in Africa to use generic of current AIDS drug

Kenya 1st Africa use generic version current AIDS drug Nairobi, Jun 28 (AP) Kenya is the first country in Africa to introduce a generic version of the current drug of choice for people living with HIV, officials said today. Kenya’s government and the global health initiative Unitaid announced that the East African nation will make

Experimental Ebola vaccine found safe in humans

Experimental Ebola vaccine found safe humans result early clinical trial. Toronto, June 19 (IANS)  The researchers also found that high antibodies were present in participants six months after immunisation, indicating its potential to protect people from the deadly virus.”The results of this trial were positive and very promising,” said May ElSherif from the Canadian Centre

Ansari concludes Africa visit, leaves for home

Bamako: Vice President Hamid Ansari tonight left for home after concluding his five-day visit to Nigeria and Mali during which he met top leaders of the two countries and also participated in a number of events. He was seen off at the Malian airport by Prime Minister Modibo Keita. Earlier in the day, he addressed

Egypt natural bridge between Asia, Africa: Modi

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday described Egypt as a natural bridge between Asia and Africa following bilateral talks between him and visiting Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi. “In our conversation, President Sisi and I have agreed to build on multiple pillars of our cooperation,” Modi said in a joint media statement

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How malaria supports spread of infectious cancer in Africa

New York: Infectious agents can cause a lot of cancer in Africa and researchers believe they now have a clue to how malaria during pregnancy creates the right conditions for a virus to cause cancer in children. The researchers wanted to explore why the Epstein-Barr virus causes a type of cancer called Burkitt’s lymphoma only

India staunchly with Africa in all its struggles: President Mukherjee

Windhoek (Namibia): Promising to forge “a new relationship” with Africa, President Pranab Mukherjee has assured people in the continent “we are with you in all your struggles”. The message was conveyed through the Indian diaspora as much as during his talks with the leadership of the three countries he is visiting — Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire

Big Breaking- Two Africans held with 4.67 kg heroin, 2.87 lakh cash

Jalandhar: Two Africa nationals were arrested with the recovery of 4.67 kg heroin and 2.87 lakh cash, on Tuesday at Jalandhar. Preliminary investigation revealed that the accused Africa nationals were into the business of smuggling the contraband in