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[l] at 6/25/24 10:00am
Demonstrators supporting abortion and women's rights gathered at Los Angeles City Hall on the second anniversary of the ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.

[Author: editorial@africanews.com (Frederique Mauduit)] [Link to media]

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[l] at 6/25/24 9:57am
It wasn’t immediately known what the Kenyans’ first assignment would be, but they will face violent gangs that control 80% of Haiti’s capital and have left more than 580,000 people across the country homeless as they pillage neighborhoods in their quest to control more territory

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[l] at 6/25/24 8:21am
Six candidates are vying for the presidency after Ebrahim Raisi died in a plane crash in May.

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[l] at 6/25/24 7:42am
An ancient Inca ritual, offering to the sun, was re-enacted on Monday, bringing actors and Indigenous communities together.

[Author: editorial@africanews.com (Frederique Mauduit)] [Link to media]

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[l] at 6/25/24 7:38am
Part of Kenya's parliament building was on fire Tuesday as thousands of protesters against a new finance bill entered and legislators fled, in the most direct assault on the government in decades

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[l] at 6/25/24 6:25am
Mali's Rokia Traoré and her estranged partner Belgian have gone to court in France, Mali and Belgium to gain full custody of their daughter. Traoré was arrested upon arrival in Italy.

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[l] at 6/25/24 6:23am
In a country which lacks industries, sand extraction has become a job provider for many young former fighters. There are no official figures on the number of Central Africans working in sand quarries but professor Elokoua estimates that the sector is a significant contributor to the economy.

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[l] at 6/25/24 6:18am
Marseille said in a statement late Monday (Jun. 24) it is “currently working with all parties involved to formalize the arrival of the Italian coach and his staff on the OM bench, and to prepare for his arrival in Marseille in the coming days.”

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[l] at 6/25/24 5:36am
Thousands of young Kenyans took to the streets of Nairobi and other cities on Tuesday to protest against new tax proposals in the government's annual budget.

[Author: editorial@africanews.com (Alexis Caraco)] [Link to media]

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[l] at 6/25/24 5:22am
“I now declare that the Chang’e 6 Lunar Exploration Mission achieved complete success,"

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[l] at 6/25/24 5:18am
Africanews focuses on the most striking images of the day's news.

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[l] at 6/25/24 5:01am
Despite the initial challenges, Nyong'o and Quinn's experiences with their feline co-stars contributed to the dynamic and compelling narrative of "A Quiet Place: Day One.

[Author: editorial@africanews.com (Afolake Oyinloye)] [Link to media]

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[l] at 6/25/24 4:41am
From tests conducted at Dakar's Blaise Diagne international airport, 78 cases of Covid-19 were recorded. Senegal's health ministry said the results are not surprising. It said returning pilgrims had been advised to wear masks and self-isolate

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[l] at 6/25/24 3:57am
Flooding and landslides in Ivory Coast’s largest city of Abidjan have left at least 24 people dead following a week of heavy rains, four times the usual volume in some cases, authorities said Tuesday.

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[l] at 6/25/24 3:44am
The court overturned a previous decision by the Paris Chamber of Commerce, which had ordered the port of Cameroon's economic capital to pay €58.6 million to a Bolloré subsidiary that lost a bid for the concession

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[l] at 6/25/24 3:44am
The stampede took place in Rubavu in remote western Rwanda on Sunday when attendees pushed to get closer to Kagame as he was about to leave the event.

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[l] at 6/25/24 2:44am
On Monday, in the streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, some welcomed the arrival of the UN-backed force while others viewed the force with caution

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[l] at 6/25/24 2:31am
The Basketball Africa League's (BAL) progress can be described as a success given its evolution over the years. The BAL president Amadou Gallo Fall lauded the progress of basketball in Africa as inspirational, especially to the upcoming youthful players who want to join the league.

[Author: editorial@africanews.com (michael oduor)] [Link to media]

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[l] at 6/25/24 1:53am
The deployment comes at a time when Kenyan police are under scrutiny. Just last week, watchdog groups accused Kenyan police of using excessive force during anti-government protests, resulting in the deaths of two people.

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[l] at 6/25/24 12:32am
Despite the patriotic fervor, human rights organizations have raised concerns. They acknowledge the dedication of these young fighters but condemn the human rights violations committed by some alongside the Congolese army.

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[l] at 6/24/24 1:34pm
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he will only accept a partial cease-fire deal that would not end the 8-month-long war in Gaza, casting doubt on the viability of a U.S. backed cease-fire proposal.

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