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Soccer · Côte d'Ivoire
Haller seals 2-1 Cup of Nations final win for Ivory Coast over Nigeria
Sebastien Haller scored the winning goal nine minutes from the end as hosts Ivory Coast claimed a third Africa Cup of Nations title with a 2-1 victory over Nigeria in the final at the Alassane Ouattara Stadium in Abidjan on Sunday.See the Story
42% Left coverage: 45 sources
Macky Sall · Senegal
Senegal court rules government’s postponement of Feb. 25 presidential vote was illegal
Senegal’s top election authority on Thursday voided the government’s postponement of a presidential election scheduled for Feb. 25 and its rescheduling for December, ruling that the moves were unconstitutional.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 42 sources
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Missiles · Kigali
US slams Rwanda for supporting M23 rebels, Kigali rejects to pull out troops, missiles from east DRC – The North Africa Post
The United States has expressed concern about the escalating violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) caused the “Rwanda-backed” armed group M23 and called on Rwanda to “immediately withdraw” all its military personnel and equipment from the DRC territory — but the call was subsequently rejected by Kigali. Washington has also called on […]See the Story
ECOWAS · Ouagadougou
Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger juntas confirm plan to form new tri-state confederation – The North Africa Post
Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger have confirmed their commitment to form a confederation following their ‘exit’ from the regional bloc ECOWAS and called to “urgently” draft provisions ensuring the free movement of people and goods between the three West African countries. A trilateral meeting of ministerial delegations on 15 February also recommended expanding the Alliance […]See the Story
Mohammed VI · Paris
Moroccan King’s sisters guests to a luncheon hosted by France’s First Lady at the Elysée – The North Africa Post
The three sisters of King Mohammed VI, Princesses Lalla Meryem, Lalla Asmae and Lalla Hasnaa, were guests to a luncheon hosted in their honor by France’s First Lady Brigitte Macron at the Elysée on Monday. The official statement announcing the news pointed out that “This luncheon is part of the continuity of the historic friendship […]See the Story
Algeria · Algeria
The United States warns its citizens against any travel to Algeria, terror risks in Tindouf – The North Africa Post
The United States has issued a security alert, warning its citizens residing in or visiting Algeria against any travel to the city of Tindouf or the surrounding camps. The travel warning stems from the risk of being kidnapped, amid ongoing demonstrations organized by young Sahrawis in the city and its surroundings against the Polisario and […]See the Story
Algiers · Algiers
Algeria struggles to keep up economically with Morocco in Sahel – The North Africa Post
Algeria is trying to catch up economically with Morocco in the Sahel. But observers see that Algerian diplomatic blunders are discouraging Sahel countries from engaging with Algiers. A new chapter of Algeria’s economic warfare was opened when Morocco had offered its ports and infrastructure to give landlocked Sahel countries access to the Atlantic and global […]See the Story
Mohammed VI · Gaza
AU Summit: Morocco reaffirms clear & unwavering defense of Palestinian cause, condemns continuing war in Gaza Strip – The North Africa Post
Morocco, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, which places the Palestinian cause and Al-Quds Al-Sharif at the forefront of its concerns, reaffirmed its unwavering support of the Palestinian question and defense of the Palestinian people, condemned the continuing war in Gaza, and reiterated its commitment to a peaceful settlement […]See the Story
Sub-Saharan Africa: Investment in renewables needs to increase five-fold to meet COP28 goals – The North Africa Post
Sub-Saharan Africa’s investment in renewable energy needs to be boosted five-fold to meet the commitment of increasing global clean energy capacity to 11,500 gigawatts by 2030, according to a recent study. At COP28, governments reached a consensus to triple global renewable energy installations by 2030, to cap global warming at 1.5°C. But for Sub-Saharan Africa […]See the Story
African mining continues to be held back by infrastructure deficit — experts – The North Africa Post
While interest in Africa’s critical mineral reserves, including those vital to combating climate change, is soaring, in some places their extraction is hindered by problems with vital infrastructure, according to several recent studies. The African mining industry, which contributes an estimated 4.5% to the continent’s GDP, has also made a significant contribution to the global […]See the Story