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Fake US embassy in Ghana shut down after 10 years issuing visas

Fake US embassy in Ghana shut down after 10 years issuing visas Ghanaian and Turkish crime rings ‘paid corrupt officials to look the other way’ to illegally obtain authentic documents The exterior of the fake embassy in Accra, Ghana. Photograph: US Department of State Reuters in Accra Authorities in Ghana …

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Zimbabwe diasporans endorse President Robert Mugabe for 2018 polls

Zimbabwe diasporans endorse President Robert Mugabe for 2018 polls December 3, 2016 Shingirai Huni President Mugabe Political Editor Zanu-pf’s largest external district, zanu-pf United Kingdom and Europe, has endorsed President Mugabe as the party’s sole candidate for the 2018 presidential elections. The district, which is seeking to be recognised as …

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Julias Malema: At 92 Robert Mugabe is too old to rule Zimbabwe and must pass on the baton

The leader of South Africa’s left-wing opposition, Julius Malema, has called upon Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to relinquish power. Malema, the head of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF)—South Africa’s third-biggest parliamentary party—made the comments at a party memorial service on Thursday for deceased Cuban leader Fidel Castro in the Soweto …

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Security guard from North London to become president of Gambia as president Yahya Jammeh concedes defeat after 22 years in power

Our Foreign Staff 2 DECEMBER 2016 • 12:06PM Aformer Argos security guard from North London is set to become the president of Gambia in an unprecedented upset for president Yahya Jammeh who had pledged to rule for a billion years.   President Jammeh, who has ruled the tiny West African nation for 22 years since he staged …

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Gambia President Yahya Jammeh loses election after 22-year rule

Gambia’s Jammeh loses election after 22-year rule Banjul (DPA) — Gambian opposition candidate Adama Barrow has won presidential polls with 263,515 votes, followed by President Yahya Jammeh with 212,009 votes, the electoral commission says. Mama Kandeh, the third candidate in the running, came third with 102,969 votes. “What we see …

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