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[Nation] Kenya has an adequate supply of two syrups used to treat and prevent HIV/AIDS, the Health ministry has said, noting the stock will last until December 2019.

[VOA] A new report finds nearly half of all people in the Central African Republic are suffering acute food shortages. The latest assessment by the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification, a joint effort by eight U.N. and International non-governmental organizations, finds more than 1.8 million people in C.A.R. are facing an emergency food crisis.

[Monitor] Bulambuli -Residents of Buginyanya Sub-county in Bulambuli District have accused the health workers attached to Buginyanya Health Centre III of extorting money from them when they visit the facility for Hepatitis B vaccination.

[Vanguard] In its determined efforts to generate revenue for its members, the foremost body representing musicians in Nigeria, NUM is organising a workshop on the sale of music on the internet. Apart from the normal selling of music in the market, selling it in the internet means worldwide sales, translating into huge revenue gains.

[Botswana Daily News] Francistown -Gomolemo Motse, the new kid on the block in the music industry, has released a single entitled Came back, which has been ranked number one by ITunes.

[Cameroon Tribune] The concert in Yaounde on June 16, 2019 was an opportunity to meditate on the stories behind these timeless songs.

[Nation] Top university managers and lecturers risk losing jobs as the government begins drastic reforms in higher education that will see some institutions shut down or merged with others.

[New Dawn] The name Dale Gbotoe is synonymous to education in Liberia. Mt. Gbotoe is the Head of National Office (HNO) of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), a regional examination body that groups Liberia, Sierra Lone, Ghana, Nigeria and The Gambia.

[Botswana Daily News] Selibe Phikwe -US Ambassador to Botswana Mr Craig Cloud recently launched the English Access Micro-scholarship Programme that aims at, among others, making students better leaders.

[Citizen] Arusha -The troubled Snow Crest Hotel, once a leading outfit in the safari capital, is under siege again.

[New Era] After protracted liberation struggle, apartheid colonial rule came to an end and those of us who were in exile fighting against colonial oppression happily returned to our motherland.

[Government of Seychelles] President Danny Faure has assented to the Seychelles Tourism Board (Amendment) Act, 2019, which was approved by the National Assembly on 14th May, 2019, and received by the President for assent on 19th of June, 2019. It was assented to on the same day.

In his novel about a Holocaust scholar, Yishai Sarid is critical of Israeli remembrance culture. In an interview with DW, he speaks about Auschwitz and the pornography of evil.

More than two months after the devastating fire that ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, reconstruction details remain unclear. The French National Assembly has the issue on its agenda again.

Muslim women have pushed back against a ban on burkinis at a public pool, provoking a firm response from the far right. National Rally leader Marine Le Pen said the all-encompassing swimsuit has "no place in France."

[Govt of Liberia] Monrovia -The President of the Republic, His Excellency Dr. George Manneh Weah, who is also 'Feminist-in-Chief' of the nation, has been rallying support for the defense and protection of the rights of women and girls in Liberia.

[New Republic] -Assure Women, Girls To Be Their Voice

[Observer] President George Weah, who is also 'Feminist-in-Chief' of the nation, has been rallying support for the defense and protection of the rights of women and girls, an Executive Mansion release has said.

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