Lifesaving medical device for postpartum hemorrhage receives regulatory approval in Ghana and Kenya

Made in Africa: The first low-cost, fully assembled uterine balloon tamponade device to help protect women from the leading cause of maternal death SEATTLE, July 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Global health nonprofit PATH and Sinapi Biomedical, South Africa, announced today that the Sinapi Ellavi uterine balloon tamponade has received regulatory approval from the Ghana Food and […]

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AFRICOM Says Civilian Killed in Airstrike in Somalia

The U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) says an airstrike that was intended to target al-Shabab fighters in Somalia earlier this year killed one civilian and wounded three others, in a rare admission by the Command. The findings were part of AFRICOM’s second quarterly report on civilian casualties and marks only the third time in AFRICOM’s history […]

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Huawei organise sa journée Smart PV FusionSolar européenne 2020 en ligne

DUSSELDORF, Allemagne, 28 juillet 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Début juillet, Huawei a tenu la journée Smart PV FusionSolar européenne 2020 à laquelle ont contribué 5 conférenciers et 5 panélistes de sociétés de recherche, clients et partenaires de renom. L’événement virtuel a rassemblé des participants de plus de 40 pays, a couvert des sujets liés aux tendances du marché photovoltaïque pendant et […]

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Amid Algeria’s Political Standoff, Coronavirus Offers Opportunity for Economic Dialogue: Report

As Algeria extends a partial coronavirus lockdown across much of its territory, a new report warns of an intensifying political conflict between the government and a months-long protest movement, urging both sides to turn to economic dialogue as a way to help the country forward. “If political dialogue is unrealistic in the short term, the […]

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To Halt Mali Unrest, ECOWAS Calls for 31 MPs to Resign

The leaders of West Africa’s ECOWAS bloc concluded a summit on Mali by calling for the immediate resignations of 31 parliamentarians whose contested elections in March triggered the country’s political crisis. The 15 heads of state, meeting online Monday, did not request the resignation of embattled Mali President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. Instead, in a statement […]

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