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# Africa

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Mane scores and Salah misses in penalty shootout as Senegal beat Egypt to reach World Cup
Irish soldiers to stay in war-torn Mali for now despite French announcement of troop withdrawal
At least 77 killed in Tropical Storm Ana in southern Africa
Irish NGOs worried booster roll-outs will lead to further vaccine inequality globally
People travelling to Ireland from 7 southern African nations will need pre-flight PCR and home quarantine
Africa detecting just one in seven Covid-19 cases, WHO study finds
France kills leader of Islamic State in the Greater Sahara
Plea to share spare coronavirus vaccines in order to avert ‘moral catastrophe’
Twitter suspended in Nigeria after president's tweet deleted for violating rules
At least 114 killed in Burkina Faso in deadliest jihadist attacks since 2015
Chaos in African Union parliament with threats, scuffles and a man appearing to aim a head-high kick at a colleague
Macron admits to French guilt over role in 1994 Rwandan genocide
Spain confirms journalists murdered after abduction in Burkina Faso
First female president of Tanzania sworn in after death of Magufuli from mystery illness
Tanzania’s Covid-sceptic President John Magufuli dies aged 61
Leaders track progress on African bid to 'silence guns'
Namibia is planning to sell 170 live elephants because of drought and conflict
Africa records two million coronavirus cases amid fears of fresh surge
Failed asylum seeker claims he was abandoned by gardaí at airport six months ago
R&B singer Akon moves ahead with Black Panther-style city in Senegal
South Africa reports record daily increase in coronavirus cases
President Higgins says Ireland and Africa have each experienced racism and 'a suppressed culture'
Al-Qaeda's chief in north Africa killed, says French defence minister
Opinion: The virus may rapidly spread to countries that lack even the most basic resources to fight it
Caoimhe de Barra
WHO warns Africa is ill-equipped to deal with coronavirus due to 'weaker health systems'
'300 million were regularly tuning in' - Inside Africa's obsession with Premier League football
'300 million were regularly tuning in' - Inside Africa's obsession with Premier League football
Nine sailors abducted by suspected pirates off African coast
Dozens of elephants have died due to severe drought in Zimbabwe
Poacher killed by elephant then eaten by lions in South Africa
PSG open probe into claims of racial profiling of young players
Tanzania president orders arrests over Lake Victoria ferry disaster
Irish man due in UK court for attempting to smuggle rare bird eggs at Heathrow
Silicon Valley looks to Africa as a new tech frontier
Boris Becker's diplomatic passport is 'fake' says Central Africa Republic
Tomorrow Fifa will choose between North America and Morocco to host 2026 World Cup
At least 27 people killed after dam bursts in Kenya
This Cork dairy farmer drank blood fresh from a cow when she spent time farming with tribespeople in Kenya
Israel will send refugees to Western countries as deportation plan scrapped
Big Tobacco made €7,900 for every dead smoker in 2015, according to a new report