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23/11/2016: Reuters
BRIEF-Ivanhoe Mines announces significant progress in upgrading Kipushi zinc-copper mine
* Ivanhoe mines announces significant progress in upgrading Kipushi zinc-copper mine in democratic republic of Congo Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:


23/11/2016: Reuters
Equatorial Resources aims to invest $1.2 bln in Congo iron project
BRAZZAVILLE, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Africa-focused Australian mining company Equatorial Resources Ltd will aim to invest around $1.2 billion to develop its Badondo iron ore project in Republic of Congo, the company said.


18/11/2016: Reuters
REFILE-FACTBOX-Urine trouble: Finding a toilet in cities around the world is no easy task
NEW YORK, Nov 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With more people than ever before migrating to cities, finding a toilet is not only a chore but a public health issue for hundreds of millions of people around the world, WaterAid, a sanitation charity, said on Thursday.


16/11/2016: Reuters
As oil palm expands, African nations agree to protect forests
ROME, Nov 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Central and West African countries have promised to protect their tropical forests from being cut down to make way for palm oil crops, in a declaration signed on Wednesday by governments representing more than 70 percent of Africa's tropical forests.


16/11/2016: Reuters
Soccer-Congo fire coach after World Cup defeat
BRAZZAVILLE, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Congo have fired coach Pierre Lechantre, making him the fourth coaching casualty since last month's kick-off of the group stages of Africa's World Cup qualifiers.


13/11/2016: Reuters
Soccer-Egypt keep up 100 percent record in qualifiers
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, Nov 13 (Reuters) - A first-half penalty converted by Mohamed Salah and a late goal from Abdallah Saied allowed Egypt to beat Ghana 2-0 in their World Cup qualifier on Sunday and continue their winning form.


12/11/2016: Reuters
Soccer-Nigeria top World Cup qualification group after sinking Algeria
POLOKWANE, South Africa, Nov 12 (Reuters) - Victor Moses scored twice and John Obi Mikel added the other as Nigeria went four points clear in World Cup qualification with a 3-1 home win over Algeria in Uyo on Saturday.


10/11/2016: Reuters
ICC prosecutors say Congolese rebel leader coached witnesses from prison
THE HAGUE, Nov 10 (Reuters) - Prosecutors have accused a Congolese rebel leader on trial at the International Criminal Court of tampering with witnesses, court documents published on Thursday showed, weeks after it found a former Congolese vice president guilty of the same.


04/11/2016: Reuters
Senegal at crossroads as oil boom looms
DAKAR, Nov 4 (Reuters) - In a report last week detailing sub-Saharan Africa's dire economic outlook, the International Monetary Fund singled out Senegal as a rare bright spot. One key reason: it does not produce oil.


04/11/2016: Reuters
Congo Republic parties petition government to withdraw from ICC
BRAZZAVILLE, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Two parties in Congo Republic's ruling coalition petitioned the government late on Thursday to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC), a move that threatens to deal a fresh blow to the tribunal in The Hague.