Mali's new president inaugurated+++ The apparent unmasking of an ICC witness sparks debate in Kenya over media ethics +++ Meet Karamba Diaby who could become Germany's first black African parliamentarian
Angolans head to the polls on Wednesday in an election that will see President Jose Eduardo dos Santos quit after nearly four decades in power++++ Flights resume at Juba airport in South Sudan after a dispute between the United Nations mission and the government+++ Iran threatens to resume its nuclear program
Gold mining in African countries takes place in unlicensed or small scale mines, where thousands of children work in hazardous conditions and end up developing respiratory health problems.
After decades in power, Angola's President Jose Eduardo dos Santos will not take part in Wednesday's elections. Many Angolans now hope for a political change, as Antonio Cascais reports from Luanda.
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