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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with Rwanda's president Wednesday after he threatened to withdraw thousands of Rwandan peacekeepers if the U.N. publishes a report accusing Rwanda's army of possible genocide in the 1990s.
Colorado's heavily regulated taxi industry isn't cooperating with many aspiring immigrant businessmen, causing some local politicians to ask why government is getting in the way of the free-market system.
"Sesame Street," once a mainstay for a generation of Nigerian children who grew up with the U.S. show on the state-run TV network, will return to screens in Africa's most populous nation this fall, funded by American taxpayers but distinctively Nigerian.
Millions of free malaria drugs are sent to Africa every year by international donors. New research is now providing evidence for what health workers have long suspected: some of the donated medication is being stolen and resold on commercial markets.
For a decade, West Africa's main connection to the Internet has been a single fiber-optic cable in the Atlantic, a tenuous and expensive link for one of the poorest areas of the planet. But this summer, a second cable snaked along the West African coastline, ending at Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos.
TIMES TWO: West Africa is getting a new connection to the Internet in the form of a second cable snaking along the West African coastline, ending in Lagos, Nigeria. It has more than five times the capacity of the old one.
For a decade, West Africa's main connection to the Internet has been a single fiber-optic cable in the Atlantic, a tenuous and expensive link for one of the poorest areas of the planet.
Nigerian police said Sunday that kidnappers have seized a man who claims be to the son of the nation's first prime minister.
The Denver Nuggets have hired a man with global basketball experience to manage a team that's in a world of hurt: two big men sidelined, a player under police investigation and its superstar's signature missing from a contract extension.