Burkina Faso: Military officers oust President Damiba in coup | Politics news

Burkina Faso’s military leader Paul-Henri Damiba has been ousted in the country’s second coup in a year, when army captain Ibrahim Traore took charge, dissolving the transitional government and suspending the constitution. Traore said on Friday night that a group of officers had decided to remove Damiba because of his inability to deal with a … Read more

Burkina Faso: Military official declares dissolution of government and removal of leader

A new military takeover has been declared in Burkina Faso, after a day of gunfire and confusion in the capital, Ouagadougou. The country’s land and air borders have been closed and its constitution suspended. In an announcement on state television late Friday, a military official in Burkina Faso announced the dissolution of the current government … Read more

Heavy gunfire, soldiers on the streets of Burkina Faso’s capital | Military news

Soldiers are on the streets and heavy gunfire has been heard near the main military camp and residential areas in Burkina Faso’s capital. A large explosion also sounded on Friday near the presidential palace, where soldiers were taking up positions. Soldiers were seen along the main street leading to the presidential palace, administrative buildings and … Read more

Richarlison: Brazil striker racially abused as fan throws banana at him during 5-1 win over Tunisia in France

CNN — Brazil’s impressive finish to its World Cup preparations was overshadowed by racist abuse when striker Richarlison had a banana thrown at him by a fan during the 5-1 win over Tunisia in Paris on Tuesday. The Tottenham Hotspur star scored Brazil’s second goal, but when he celebrated, a banana was thrown at him, … Read more

South Africa: HIV Treatment in South Africa – How to Help People Stay On ARVs When Life Gets in the Way

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) has turned HIV into a manageable chronic condition. When ART is working effectively, HIV cannot be transmitted. This allows people with HIV to live fuller lives without the fear of infecting others. It’s also led global HIV control efforts to focus on increasing ART coverage. The aim is to improve the health … Read more

Mothers vaccinate children ‘at night and in secret’ as measles spreads in anti-vax sect in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s government has not released new figures on the toll from the outbreak for a fortnight. But the speed of the spread and the unusually high proportion of those infected who die have worried international health officials. Officials reported that 37 children died on September 1 alone. ‘It’s important to just sneak out’ Fear of … Read more

At the UN, Mali’s army-appointed prime minister lashes out at France and praises Russia’s links | News

Abdoulaye Maiga hits out at the former colonial ruler, the United Nations, as he praised the ‘exemplary’ cooperation with Russia. Mali’s military-appointed prime minister has lashed out at France and the United Nations in a speech filled with complaints about his nation’s deteriorating security situation while praising “exemplary” cooperation with Russia. Addressing the 77th session … Read more

Aaron Finch fires, Jasprit Bumrah yorkers, wickets, video

Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten 20-ball 46 helped India secure a six-wicket victory over visiting Australia in the second T20, which was cut to eight overs a side on Friday. Home skipper Sharma won the toss and elected to bat first in Nagpur and was helped by key cameos from Dinesh Karthik, unbeaten two-ball 10, and Virat … Read more

The Liz Cambage Olympics saga still haunts the former Opals captain in the Australia v France clash

Former Opals captain Jenna O’Hea says she is still haunted by Liz Cambage’s ugly exit from the Australian team on the eve of the Tokyo Olympics. Australia begin their FIBA ​​World Cup campaign on home soil tonight in the first major international tournament since Cambage’s infamous meltdown in a practice match against Nigeria. Watch every … Read more