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Mon, 20/05/2019
ABIDJAN, May 20 (Reuters) - Below average rainfall last week in most of Ivory Coast's cocoa growing regions, has raised concerns for the April-to-September mid-crop, farmers said on Monday.
Sat, 18/05/2019
VALLETTA, May 18 (Reuters) - Maltese police on Saturday said they were questioning two soldiers over a drive-by shooting in April in which an African migrant was killed.
Thu, 16/05/2019
NAIROBI, May 16 (Reuters) - Kenya's biggest lender by assets, KCB Group, expects to complete its acquisition of National Bank of Kenya by October, it said on Thursday.
Thu, 16/05/2019
May 16 (Reuters) - Belgian Marc Wilmots has been appointed coach of Iran on a three-year deal in place of Carlos Queiroz, local media has reported.
Wed, 15/05/2019
ABIDJAN, May 15 (Reuters) - A drop in Ghana's cocoa production has not dented the International Cocoa Organization's (ICCO) forecast for global output of 4.8 million tonnes for 2018/19, Executive Director Michel Arrion told Reuters on Wednesday.
Mon, 13/05/2019
ABIDJAN, May 13 (Reuters) - Ivory Coast's cocoa mid-crop could be reduced in quality and length if abundant rain fails to arrive this month, farmers said on Monday, as cocoa regions continue to experience atypically dry weather.
Thu, 09/05/2019
ABIDJAN, May 9 (Reuters) - Ivory Coast 2019 cashew output is expected to drop to 730,000 tonnes from 761,000 tonnes last year, due to bad weather conditions, the head of the state cotton and cashew council said on Thursday.
Wed, 08/05/2019
LONDON, May 8 (Reuters) - A college at the University of Cambridge has removed a bell from view over fears it came from a slave plantation, as one of Europe's oldest seats of learning delves into its historic links with slavery.
Mon, 06/05/2019
ABIDJAN, May 6 (Reuters) - Rainfall increased over most of Ivory Coast's cocoa-growing regions last week, farmers said on Monday, raising hopes for a recovery in growth after the mid-crop suffered from atypically dry weather last month.
Tue, 30/04/2019
ABUJA, April 30 (Reuters) - African countries coping with low commodity prices must do more to re-balance investment and sustainable debt, and they should also ramp up tax collection, the International Monetary Fund's Africa chief said.