The US, Japan and others are urging the cartel and its allies to boost output and ease soaring energy prices.
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World leaders are gathering to revitalise commitments to end energy poverty for all.
Environment minister says Congo would ask for reparations for the damage caused without specifying an amount.
Oil markets faltered earlier in August as the resurgent pandemic threatened demand, but prices have since recovered.
The bill is a sign of financial trouble at state oil giant Sonangol due to underinvestment in declining offshore fields.
World oil consumption will rebound by a vigorous six million barrels a day this year, according to OPEC+ estimates.
More than 11,000 people affected and at least 2,300 homes flooded, provincial government says.
China plays a key role: its government, banks and companies lent some $143bn to Africa from 2000 to 2017.
Authorities said there is no criminal suspicion in Sindika Dokolo’s cause of death while free-diving near Dubai.
At least seven killed as security forces used ‘excessive, unlawful force’ in tackling lockdown breaches, watchdog says.
Jose Filomeno dos Santos was accused of embezzling $1.5bn from national sovereign wealth fund he oversaw for five years.
Soldier shoots 17-year-old who was allegedly protesting against a military-led awareness campaign on face-mask usage.