Nigerian tribunal rejects bid to overturn Buhari's election+++The ECOWAS Parliament convenes in Monrovia - Liberia to discuss among other things xenophobic violence in South Africa+++Ghanaians protest the presence of a timber processing factory.
The two West African nations have been at loggerheads over trade for decades, without serious consequences. That could change now that the region is in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic and several deep political crises.
African leaders are flagging "unjustifiably" high borrowing rates charged by global investors. International organizations such as the IMF and the World Bank are equally complicit in perpetrating the bias, experts say.
Some African Muslims spend a lifetime saving to make the hajj pilgrimage. With the downsizing of this year's hajj due to the coronavirus pandemic, they regret the missed chance and worry about getting a refund.
A shortage of PPE in Africa has thwarted efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but a lack of coordination between regional leaders may prove to be a bigger contribution to the COVID-19 casualty toll.
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