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Africa's top shots: 16-22 September 2016 - BBC News
A selection of photos from across the African continent this week: Maheriniaina Pierre Ranaivoson from Madagascar rehearses for the circus show "La Pli I Donn" Image copyright EPA Image caption A Malagasy performer rehearses on Wednesday for the ...
South Africa's student protests are part of a much bigger struggle - Washington Post
JOHANNESBURG — Hundreds of students at universities across South Africa have blockaded roads and clashed with police this week, protesting for the right to free education and against deeper inequities in a year-long movement that has come to be ...
New York Times
Israeli PM sets 'ambitious' Africa dream, hints of joining next ECOWAS meeting - africanews
The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has reiterated that Israel is coming back to Africa and Africa is also coming back to Israel in issues of mutual cooperation. ''Israel is looking at all of Africa, and I hope all of Africa looks at Israel ...
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Arsenal: Why Africa's Richest Man Wants to Buy Premier League Club - Newsweek
Nigerian businessman Aliko Dangote speaks at the Africa-America Institute's 2016 awards gala in New York City on September 20. Dangote has reaffirmed his desire to buy English football club Arsenal. Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for Africa-America Institute.
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The Africa rising story isn't over yet - Quartz
The idea that African economies are on the way up first became popular around 2010, buoyed by a commodities boom and improved governance across the continent. Now, with flat commodity prices and slowing demand from China, the narrative of “Africa ...