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APRNEWS : Israel festival revelers shot at point-blank range, video shows

APRNEWS - The video began circulating on social media on Sunday and – alongside footage of harrowing kidnappings from the same event – has been scrutinized by horrified families desperate for news of loved ones missing since a series of coordinated attacks triggered Israel’s declaration of war on Sunday.

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APRNEWS - Qatar2022 : Ghana beat South Korea 3-2 to bounce back

APRNEWS - C'était la première fois dans l'histoire de la Coupe du Monde de la FIFA qu'une équipe comme le Ghana pouvait se qualifier pour les huitièmes de finale du tournoi", a déclaré l'entraîneur. "L'équipe a pu obtenir un bon résultat lors de la dernière deux ans, mais ce ne sera pas facile. C'est une bonne chose que nous ne puissions pas jouer la Coupe du monde", a-t-il déclaré.

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APRNEWS : Sahel insurgency could 'engulf' West Africa, Ghana President says

APRNEWS - West African leaders and European ministers are in Accra, the capital of Ghana, to discuss regional solutions to the insurgency that is spreading as foreign troops withdraw from Mali, where militants have seized large swaths of territory.

France, Denmark and Ivory Coast are among the countries that ended their military cooperation with Mali this year due to the ruling junta's cooperation with Russian mercenaries.

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APRNEWS : Metal detectorist discovers medieval wedding ring worth an estimated $47,000

APRNEWS - Now the item is expected to fetch between £30,000 and £40,000 ($35,500 and $47,300) when it goes on auction later this month.

David Board, 69, found the "stunning" ring on his second attempt at becoming a metal detectorist after a stint in the 1970s in which he scoured local beaches but found nothing of much consequence, a press release from auction house Noonans said earlier this week.

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APRNEWS - Qatar 2022 : Senegal get ready to play the Netherlands without Mané

APRNEWS - The squad and the coach of Africa’s reigning champions had to come to terms with the absence of star winger Sadio Mané and find a new strategy to realize their ambitions and advance in the competition.

"It's not easy to win the World Cup. We know that all of the games are going to be difficult. We're going to have to take them one by one," Aliou Cissé told journalists.

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APRNEWS : Over 4,000 Zimbabwean doctors and nurses left the country in 2021

APRNEWS - More than 4,000 health workers have left since 2021, HSB chairperson Dr Paulinus Sikosana told Reuters. This includes more than 1,700 registered nurses who resigned last year and more than 900 who left this year.

Health workers went on strike in June demanding to be paid in U.S. dollars as inflation further weakened the local currency.

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APRNEWS : Bob Iger named Disney CEO in shocking development

APRNEWS - Bob Chapek, who replaced Iger in 2020 as CEO, is stepping down immediately.

“We thank Bob Chapek for his service to Disney over his long career, including navigating the company through the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic,” Susan Arnold, Chairman of the Board for Disney, said in a statement on Sunday night. “The Board has concluded that as Disney embarks on an increasingly complex period of industry transformation, Bob Iger is uniquely situated to lead the Company through this pivotal period.”

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APRNEWS - Counterterrorism: Accra Initiative member countries meet to boost cooperation

APRNEWS - The nations which are part of the 2017 Accra Initiative seek to better coopeerate in order to fight the increased risks from terrorist organisations. The death toll of victims of the Islamic State-allied and Al Qaeda militants waging war in the Sahel keeps rising.

"This conference is timely", the Ghanaian Minister of National Security told his guests.

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APRNEWS - ‘Super Eagles 96’: Film recalls when Nigeria stunned the footballing world by winning Olympic gold

APRNEWS - “Super Eagles 96,” a new documentary by London-born filmmaker Yemi Bamiro, which recently premiered at the London Film Festival, showcases this brief, but important moment in Nigerian history. Though Bamiro was just 13 when the Atlanta Games took place, the team left a strong impression on him. “Those guys are superheroes,” Bamiro tells CNN. “As someone who loves football and someone whose parents are Nigerian, the Super Eagles were always around in our culture and household.”

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