S Africa migrants face hunger, xenophobia during lockdown

JOHANNESBURG: Lucky, 55, brews some tea to warm up in the bitter cold in Wilgespruit, Johannesburg. —...

Worried Togo finds itself on the front line of Sahel’s jihadist war

A Togolese soldier holding a machine gun keeps watch under a tree surrounded by used tyres as...

Africa’s tech scene tackles virus

NAIROBI: Mehul Shah, the director of Ultra Red Techlogies, works on a 3D printed face shield, to...

Tunisians get food aid via text messages

TUNIS: A Tunisian man wearing protective gear amid the COVID-19 pandemic looks on as he chats with another person on a...

Coronavirus ‘takes flavor out of Ramadan’ in North Africa

RABAT: A woman, covering her mouth, shops at the central market during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in the Moroccan...

Women hail victory as Sudan moves to ban genital cutting

CAIRO: An Egyptian doctor gives medical advice to women and girls about female genital mutilation (FGM) during an awareness campaign in...

‘Today is wonderful’: Relief in Lagos as lockdown ends

LAGOS: Motorists queue in a traffic gridlock as commercial activities return at the end of a five-week COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown in...

Robot helps medics avoid infection

ARIANA: The medical staff at the Mami hospital interact with a robot, manufactured by a Tunisian company and donated to the...

Libya unity govt protests ‘French Rafale overflight’

This image grab taken from a video on April 28, 2020 shows military strongman Khalifa Haftar giving a speech, saying he...

Senegal launches huge aid scheme amid coronavirus

YENE, Senegal: A man stands between food parcels during the launch of the distribution of food in the courtyard of the...

Faces from Africa’s anti-virus frontlines

DAKAR: Health workers disinfect themselves after taking swabs tests of patients inside a COVID-19 coronavirus ward that houses suspected cases in...

Tunisia hopes novel methods will aid fight

ARIANA, Tunisia: Medical staff accompany a woman (center) who was healed from COVID-19 after having spent more than a month in...

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