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Although most deaths from malaria occur in Africa, the Greater Mekong Subregion is a serious concern with the presence of drug-resistant strainsHelping the global fight against the disease is in China’s interest, too, especially when trying to manage around 3,000 imported cases a year
(Reuters) -Paris St Germain put on a solid display in the opening half to maintain their perfect record in Ligue 1 with Idrissa Gueye's fine goal inspiring them to a 2-0 home win against Montpellier on Saturday.
THERE is a feast of sorts in the Premier League this weekend, with top billing featuring the two teams widely tipped to take the challenge for the title down to the wire.
WINDHOEK (Reuters) - Namibia coach Allister Coetzee has slammed the decision to host next year's African qualifiers for the Rugby World Cup in France rather than on the African continent.
For several years now, France-based association Cinecyclo has been offering alternative cinema screenings, in the middle of nature, where the public is invited to come and pedal a bicycle that serves to generate energy for the projection.
LONDON (Reuters) - George Imafidon has gone from a boyhood passion for fixing bicycles in his mum's back garden to working with Lewis Hamilton and Sebastien Loeb, two of motorsport's greatest world champions.
The farmers, who produce about 450,000 tonnes of onions a year, blame the problem on increased foreign competition and a lack of storage capacity.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Clubs from Guinea will not be allowed to play at home in African club competition matches over the next fortnight following the coup that ousted President Alpha Conde on Sunday, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) said on Wednesday.
DAKAR (Reuters) - Guinea's main opposition leader Cellou Dalein Diallo, a long-standing rival of deposed President Alpha Conde, said on Tuesday that he and his party were open to participate in a political transition following Sunday's military coup.
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - The United States will send immigration deportees back to Guatemala directly by air, the Central American country's foreign minister said on Thursday, in a policy shift that may end a practice by which hundreds of deportees were left at a remote jungle border.