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Japan is considering extending around ¥1 trillion in official development assistance to Africa over three years from 2016, a Japanese government source said Thursday.

The government would announce the financial aid toward the next round of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD), the source said. Japan and African nations are planning a TICAD summit in Kenya next August.

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