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Ivory Coast painter gives life to e-waste
Back home, the 24-year-old Ivorian artist dismantles the phones with a hammer to pull out the screens and keyboards. He uses them for his paintings. One can take him up to three or five days of work.
CAF chaos: Ivory Coast appeal to CAS against stripping of 2021 AFCON hosting
December 14 – In a hugely embarrassing snub to the leadership of African football, the Ivorian Football Federation (FIF) has carried out its threat and has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against the decision to strip it of hosting rights for 2021 African Cup of Nations.
Ivory Coast inflation rises to 1.8 pct year-on-year in November
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Consumer price inflation in Ivory Coast rose to 1.8 percent year-on-year in November, up from 0.8 percent in October, data from the National Statistics Institute showed on Wednesday.
Ivory Coast pupils protest at prison guard assault on campus
Schools in Ivory Coast’s second city remained closed again on Friday in protest over a violent attack by prison guards on students at a nearby university. At least eight students were wounded on Wednesday evening, five of them by gunfire, when a group of prison wardens invaded a campus in Bouake and
Taking 2021 Cup of Nations from Ivory Coast 'stupid', says Aurier
Abidjan (AFP) - Ivory Coast defender Serge Aurier on Monday slammed the "stupid" decision of CAF to strip his country of the right to host the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. The Confederation of African Football (CAF) finally announced their long-anticipated decision to take the 2019 finals away from C
Serbia Denounces US Support For An Independent Kosovo Army
Serbia has harshly denounced the United States for “sponsoring” a Kosovo move to build its independent army, threatening the Balkan nation with military intervention after the parliament overwhelmingly passed the law.
Picking a Combined XI of Liverpool and Man Utd Players Ahead of Sunday's Premier League Clash
Liverpool host Manchester United on Sunday in what is always a hotly contested fixture in the Premier League calendar. Whilst United aren't the force they once were during the Fergie years, this match will always feel big.
Man City back on top of EPL after win; Eriksen saves Spurs
LONDON (AP) — Facing opposition decked out in royal blue for the second week running, Manchester City avoided any surprises this time round. After watching his side crash to its first English Premier League defeat at Chelsea last weekend, Pep Guardiola was looking for a positive reaction from City o
Perseus Mining: On Track To Produce 500,000 Ounces Of Gold In 2022
Perseus Mining (OTCPK:PMNXF) is an Australian gold mining company with a specific focus on African assets with two producing mines in Ghana and Ivory Coast. The company’s share price has lost approximately 30% since the beginning of this year and is now trading roughly at the exact same level where
No Zaha, no problem as Crystal Palace beats Leicester 1-0 Crystal Palace showed it can cope without Wilfried Zaha when the London club edged to a 1-0 win over Leicester in the English Premier League. The Ivory Coast forward was sidelined through suspension but captain Luka Milivojevic produced an ou
No Zaha, no problem as Crystal Palace beats Leicester 1-0
LONDON (AP) — Crystal Palace showed it can cope without Wilfried Zaha, the club’s most influential player, when the London team edged Leicester 1-0 in the English Premier League on Saturday.
Protesters march against Italy's tough new anti-migrant law
Several thousand people marched in Rome Saturday in protest at Italy's tough new anti-migrant law which makes it easier to expel new arrivals. The protesters waved flags and donned yellow vests emblazoned with the slogan "Get up! Stand Up! for your right" in a reference to the famous Bob Marley song
An airport employee has spent almost a year photographing people from all over the world, and the results are stunning
Mustafa Çankaya is a photographer based in Istanbul, Turkey, who works at the Atatürk Airport by day. Inspired by the thousands of faces that pass him by every day, Çankaya began photographing travelers in March 2018.
Africa: An air pollution wildcard
For the past four years, atmospheric scientists have been flying around the world with NASA on a mission to analyze pollution chemistry in the air and oceans. The NASA Atmospheric Tomography Mission or ATom, which flew its last campaign this spring, discovered unexpected levels of pollutants over th
How A Returning Expat Built Her Own Undersea Cable To Get Decent Internet Access In Nigeria
When Funke Opeke first proposed laying Nigeria’s first privately-funded undersea cable in 2008, costing $240-million, people genuinely asked her “what if the cable got lost in the ocean?”
French scoring race produces a couple of surprise candidates
PARIS — The race to finish as the French league’s top scorer was expected to be a three-way contest between Paris Saint-Germain forwards Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani.
Migrants keep crossing Strait of Gibraltar despite bad weather
Tarifa (Spain) (AFP) – A radio message comes in from a Spanish maritime rescue boat to the service’s command centre in the southern town of Tarifa: “34 migrants rescued”.
Ahmad Ahmad’s credibility falls as Caf ring the changes
The Confederation of African Football continue to ring the changes to the continent’s football plans moving forward, and the governing body’s credibility is taking a further hit as a result.
Will Macron Lead the Restitution of African Cultural Heritage?
In November 2017, Emmanuel Macron, France’s embattled president, mooted plans for the ‘temporary or definitive restitution of African cultural heritage to Africa’ during an address in Burkina Faso. A new report published last month lays out the intellectual foundations for this ideal, as well as sug
Mali says foiled New Year's Eve terror attacks
A four-man "terrorist cell" suspected of planning New Year's Eve attacks in Mali, Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso has been dismantled by Malian intelligence services, a statement said on Wednesday.