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Arrests of Zimbabwe Journalist, Opposition Leader Worry OHCHR

HARARE, ZIMBABWE – The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said it is “concerned” that authorities in Zimbabwe may be using the COVID-19 pandemic as a pretext to clamp down on citizens’ freedoms. This week, police arrested a prominent investigative journalist...
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All-Female Ranger Unit Protecting Kenya’s Wildlife

KAJIADO, KENYA - Kenya’s Amboseli National Park is home to herds of elephants that have been the target of poachers trafficking in the illicit trade in ivory. Now a program that has brought women on board in the fight against poaching is gaining tracti...
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South Africa in Recession, Figures Show

JOHANNESBURG The official announcement that South Africa is in recession only confirmed what many South Africans, beset by high unemployment and unreliable electricity, already knew: The economy is flagging. This week, the nation's statistical agenc...
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