Red Ribbon Takes HIV/Aids Campaign to 11 States

[Vanguard] With 2.4 million Nigerians’ lack access to anti-retroviral, ARV drugs, Red Ribbon Coalition has taken its HIV/AIDS campaign to 20 communities across 11 states, screening over 30,000 Nigerians free of charge.

[Vanguard] With 2.4 million Nigerians' lack access to anti-retroviral, ARV drugs, Red Ribbon Coalition has taken its HIV/AIDS campaign to 20 communities across 11 states, screening over 30,000 Nigerians free of charge.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Several Nationalities Behind the Slave Trade in Libya

[East African] Abuja -The human trafficking in Libya was conducted by many nationalities, including sub-Saharan Africans, a victim said. A Cameroonian returnee from Libya, Mr Foka Fotsi, who was trafficked twice, said that one of the places where he wa…

[East African] Abuja -The human trafficking in Libya was conducted by many nationalities, including sub-Saharan Africans, a victim said. A Cameroonian returnee from Libya, Mr Foka Fotsi, who was trafficked twice, said that one of the places where he was held was owned by Ghanaians and Nigerians.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

The Migration Dilemma – ‘We Were Treated Like Animals’

[Deutsche Welle] Thousands of African migrants trying to get to Europe end up trapped in Libya. Often they endure abuse, and some are even sold into slavery. DW’s Migration Dilemma series looks at why people risk the journey.

[Deutsche Welle] Thousands of African migrants trying to get to Europe end up trapped in Libya. Often they endure abuse, and some are even sold into slavery. DW's Migration Dilemma series looks at why people risk the journey.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

Buhari Replies Atiku On U.S. Ban Claim

[Premium Times] Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar’s claims in an interview that for about 15 years President Muhammadu Buhari could not enter the United States on account of his religious considerations is “a fictive concoction”, the president has s…

[Premium Times] Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar's claims in an interview that for about 15 years President Muhammadu Buhari could not enter the United States on account of his religious considerations is "a fictive concoction", the president has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Baroka Aim to Extend Lead As Absa Premiership Returns

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -ABSA Premiership log leaders, Baroka Football Club, face a tricky assignment in their quest to extend their lead atop the standings as league football returns after a brief recess.

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -ABSA Premiership log leaders, Baroka Football Club, face a tricky assignment in their quest to extend their lead atop the standings as league football returns after a brief recess.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

As Tractors Dig to Green the Land, Niger Women Lose Out On Work

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Doumba -Land projects such as this one have turned large tracts of Niger from brown to green in recent years and made parts of the hot, dry West African nation productive again

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Doumba -Land projects such as this one have turned large tracts of Niger from brown to green in recent years and made parts of the hot, dry West African nation productive again

source: AllAfrica News: Niger