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France's President Francois Hollande is visiting Mali, three weeks after French-led troops launched an offensive to oust Islamist rebels from the country's north

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France’s President Francois Hollande is visiting Mali, three weeks after French-led troops launched an offensive to oust Islamist rebels from the country’s north. Francois Hollande was welcomed by dignitaries and residents in Timbuktu, six days after the city was recaptured. He is expected to thank the French soldiers and stress the need for an African force to replace them swiftly. M...

President Francois Hollande is to visit Mali, where three weeks of targeted French air strikes have forced Islamist militants to retreat

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...nde’s objective is to prepare to hand over the towns the French-led troops have captured to an African force that has begun to deploy to Mali, and create enough stability to facilitate new elections by July. So far about 2,000 African soldiers, mainly from Chad and Niger, are on the ground in Mali. On Thursday, French military spokesman Colonel Thierry Burkhard said a column of 1,400 troops...

French-led troops in Mali have taken control of the northern town of Gao

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...ision which took many by surprise. A UN-backed international force had not been expected in the west African state until the autumn. Several African countries have pledged military aid to help the Malian government win back control of the north. On Friday the African Union asked the UN Security Council to authorize immediate logistical help to allow the 6,000-strong force to deploy quickly. It als...

President Francois Hollande says more French troops are to be deployed in Mali to support the 750 in the country countering an Islamist insurgency

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France’s President Francois Hollande says more French troops are to be deployed in Mali to support the 750 in the country countering an Islamist insurgency. Francois Hollande said new air strikes overnight had “achieved their goal”. One target was the town of Diabaly, which rebels entered on Monday. West African military chiefs will meet in Mali on Tuesday to discuss how an alliance w...

First Ladies Michelle Obama and Laura Bush attended the African First Ladies Summit in Tanzania where they complained about how the White House can feel like a prison

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First Ladies Michelle Obama and Laura Bush attended the African First Ladies Summit in Tanzania where they complained about how the White House can feel like a prison. “There are prison elements to it. But it’s a really nice prison,” Michelle Obama said at the Tuesday panel in Tanzania. Her predecessor, Laura Bush, then added that the chef is an addition unlike other prisons, and Michelle O...

The Wild Africa Trek is a pricy tour Disney added 18 months ago to give some guests the opportunity to have a more personalized view of the Animal Kingdom

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Dozens of tourists who shelled out $350 for an exclusive African safari at Walt Disney World in Orlando were sickened with a debilitating stomach virus that left them vomiting for days. Health officials in Orlando, Florida, are working to track down the source of the mysterious bug, but they have not been able to determine what has made so many people ill. The tourists were on the Wild Africa Tre...

Mining giant Lonmin has dropped its threat to fire miners who failed to return to work at a South African mine after deadly clashes last week

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Mining giant Lonmin has dropped its threat to fire miners who failed to return to work at a South African mine after deadly clashes last week. Lonmin’s decision came after the government appealed to the firm to drop its ultimatum to sack workers if they failed to end their strike by Tuesday. Last week, police shot dead 34 strikers at the Marikana mine. The South African parliament is due to debat...

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst found that by the young age the babies were already discriminating against those of different races in their ability to recognize faces and emotional expressions

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...e babies’ brain activity was detected using sensors. They were shown images of faces of Caucasian or African-American races expressing emotions that either matched or did not match sounds they heard, such as laughing and crying. Brain-activity measurements showed the nine-month-olds processed emotional expressions among Caucasian faces differently than those of African-American faces, while the 5-...

Wildlife trade group Traffic said there had been at least 13 large seizures of ivory in 2011, amounting to more than 23 tones, compared to 6 in 2010 of less than 10 tones

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International wildlife trade group Traffic says that more elephant tusks were seized in 2011 than in any year since 1989, when the ivory trade was banned. Traffic said elephants have had a “horrible year”, with 23 tones of ivory seized – representing at least 2,500 dead animals. Trade in ivory was banned in 1989 to save elephants from extinction. But it has continued illegally b...

Nelson Mandela turns 95 while in hospital in Pretoria, as events take place around the world and in South Africa in his honor

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...become the first black president in the country’s first all-race elections in 1994. The ruling African National Congress (ANC) said that on this Mandela Day homage was being paid to 95 years of “life well-lived”, dedicated to the liberation of South Africans and people all over the world. Nelson Mandela turns 95 while in hospital in Pretoria, as events take place around the worl...

Thousands of Ethiopians are attending the state funeral in Addis Ababa of country's long-serving Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, who died last month

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Thousands of Ethiopians are attending the state funeral in Addis Ababa of country’s long-serving Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, who died last month. Meles Zenawi’s flag-draped coffin was carried in a procession from his palace to the city’s Meskel Square, where a solemn religious ceremony began. Dozens of foreign leaders and dignitaries, including at least 20 African presidents, w...

Australian Genevieve Cook first met Barack Obama in 1983 in the kitchen of a mutual friend’s New York flat

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Australian Genevieve Cook first met Barack Obama in 1983 in the kitchen of a mutual friend’s New York flat. In those days most Americans, even supposedly cosmopolitan New Yorkers, couldn’t tell a Cockney from a Kiwi. But Barack Obama had met many Aussies while living in Indonesia as a young boy with his mother and stepfather, and it turned out he and Genevieve Cook – the daughter of a promi...

South African prosecutors have decided to provisionally drop murder charges against 270 miners at Lonmin Marikana platinum mine

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South African prosecutors have decided to provisionally drop murder charges against 270 miners at Lonmin Marikana platinum mine whose colleagues were shot dead by police. The charges cannot be dismissed formally until the end of the inquiry, but prosecutors said all detained miners would be freed. Local authorities used a controversial apartheid-era law to accuse the miners of provoking police to...

President Barack Obama has toured South Africa’s Robben Island, the jail in which Nelson Mandela was kept for 18 years

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...lion five-year initiative to double access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa, in partnership with African countries and the private sector. He arrived in South Africa from Senegal on Friday evening. On Monday, he will continue his African tour in Tanzania. Nelson Mandela’s family heir, Mandla, has said he will oppose a court action brought by the rest of the family, seeking to exhume the...

Nelson Mandela, 94, has been in a Pretoria hospital since June 8 being treated for a recurring lung infection, and his condition became critical on Sunday

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...s condition became critical on Sunday In the latest statement President Jacob Zuma thanked the South African public for “ongoing support and understanding”. His spokesman said on Monday that South Africans should not hold out “false hopes”. Mandela family members, including grandchildren, have continued to visit him in hospital, where dozens of white doves were released by...

South African politician Julius Malema has appeared in court to face money laundering charges

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South African politician Julius Malema has appeared in court to face money laundering charges. A large crowd of his supporters has gathered outside the court in Polokwane, capital of his home state of Limpopo. There is a heavy police presence and long stretches of barbed wire fencing have been put in place. Julius Malema says the charges against him are politically motivated. South African polit...

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of South African politician Julius Malema

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...lius Malema, known for his fiery rhetoric, was expelled as head of the Youth League of the governing African National Congress (ANC) in April but has recently held several rallies in the Rustenburg area, scene of a violent mining dispute. He has been calling for a national strike and has accused Jacob Zuma of ignoring the plight of poor black South Africans. On Monday, Julius Malema was banned by...

At least 30 people have been killed after South African police clashed with striking miners at Lonmin Marikana mine on Thursday

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At least 30 people have been killed after South African police clashed with striking miners at Lonmin Marikana mine on Thursday, the police minister has said. According to witnesses, police opened fire on strikers armed mostly with clubs and machetes. The Lonmin-owned platinum mine has been at the centre of a violent pay dispute, exacerbated by tensions between two rival trade unions. Violence du...

The first Labor Day Parade was held in New York City, on September 5 1882, and there's still one in NYC today, with trade union members, high school bands, politicians, police and fire departments, and more

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...eekend: daytime events in Millennium Park including an interactive play that will please young kids; African Festival of the Arts in Washington Park, including an African village, entertainment, and family fun; and more. See Explore Chicago. Many events are free. • St.Louis Ten top ways to celebrate summer’s last weekend: a Japanese Festival at the Botanical Gardens, a Downtown Labor Day Par...

A new study found that similarities between the DNA of modern people and Neanderthals are more likely to have arisen from shared ancestry than interbreeding

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A new study found that similarities between the DNA of modern people and Neanderthals are more likely to have arisen from shared ancestry than interbreeding. That is according to research carried out at the University of Cambridge and published this week in PNAS journal. Previously, it had been suggested that shared parts of the genomes of these two populations were the result of interbreeding. H...

A quirk of biology allows the unborn calf to develop in the womb for almost two years (22 months), giving it the brain power it needs to survive from birth

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Scientists have unraveled the mystery of the elephant’s long pregnancy. A quirk of biology allows the unborn calf to develop in the womb for almost two years (22 months), giving it the brain power it needs to survive from birth. The research, detailed in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, will help elephant breeding programmes in zoos. It may also lead to the development of a contraceptive...

Somali government and AU troops have entered the strategic Somali port of Kismayo

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The first Somali government and African Union (AU) troops are reported to have entered the strategic Somali port of Kismayo, witnesses and officials say. They have been battling the al-Shabab militia for control of the city. On Saturday, the al-Qaeda-aligned militants said they had withdrawn from Kismayo after an AU military assault. Kenyan and Somali forces had launched a beach assault on the Is...

Scientists claim they found that clues to the origins of the Queen of Sheba legend are written in the DNA of some Africans

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...aim they found that clues to the origins of the Queen of Sheba legend are written in the DNA of some Africans Lead researcher Luca Pagani of the University of Cambridge and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute added: “The genetic evidence is in support of the legend of the Queen of Sheba.” More than 200 individuals from 10 Ethiopian and two neighboring African populations were analyzed...

Gmail SMS can run on so-called "dumb phones" which only have very basic features and no access to the internet

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Google has launched Gmail SMS, a text message-based version of its email service, in some of the African countries. Gmail SMS can run on so-called “dumb phones” which only have very basic features and no access to the internet. The service has so far been made available in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya. Gmail SMS is the latest in a line of Google products aimed at the African market –...

Oscar Pistorius might consider competing at this year's World Athletics Championships in Moscow

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South African Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius might consider competing at this year’s World Athletics Championships in Moscow, his agent has told the Associated Press. Oscar Pistorius, who has run at both the Olympics and Paralympics, is charged with murdering girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp but will be allowed to travel abroad after challenging his bail terms. “If he is up for it and...