10-Apr-2020 to 23:24

Congo to receive CFA 2.3bn from EU to fight Covid-19

APA - Brazzaville (Congo) — The European Union will support the Congolese government's response plan against the coronavirus, with approximately 2.3 billion CFA francs.

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10-Apr-2020 to 12:58

Chad says 11,000 Boko Haram fighters, 52 soldiers died in fierce battle

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — Chad’s Army Operation dubbed “Anger of Boma” that was launched at the end of March against the terrorist sect Boko Haram in the islands of Lake Chad ended yesterday with 52 Chadian soldiers killed and a thousand terrorists neutralized, the Army said.

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08-Apr-2020 to 21:45

DRC launches national anti-Covid-19 solidarity fund

APA - Kinshasa (DR Congo) — Congolese president, Felix Antoine Tshisekedi has set up a National Solidarity Fund against the coronavirus (FNSCC).

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08-Apr-2020 to 21:22

Congo receives CFA 600m from France to fight Covid-19

APA - Brazzaville (Congo) — The French Development Agency (AFD) has disbursed CFA600 million to support the implementation of the Congolese response plan against the coronavirus pandemic, APA learned Wednesday from the French embassy in Congo.

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08-Apr-2020 to 21:00

Covid-19: Congo bans markets, transport on Wednesdays, Sundays

APA - Brazzaville (Congo) — The authorities in Congo Brazzaville on Wednesday introduced a ban on markets and transport activities in major cities.

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07-Apr-2020 to 19:11

Mobile money: The new route to financial inclusion in low-income countries (repo...

APA-Yaoundé (Cameroon) — Mobile money, with 290 live services in 95 countries and 372 million active accounts, has entered the mainstream and is becoming the path to financial inclusion in most low-income countries, according to an annual report on the state of the industry published by the GSMA firm.

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07-Apr-2020 to 18:41

Habré’s release a sledgehammer blow to the head - victims

APA-N'Djamena (Chad) — News of the temporary release of former Chadian president Hissène Habré by the Senegalese justice system over Covid-19 fears was on Tuesday very badly received in N’Djamena by victims of his regime (1982-1990).

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