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Deadly unrest at massive protests in Sudan

Vast crowds have taken to the streets in Sudan to demonstrate against military rule, with reports of deaths and injuries.…

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Libyan warlord Haftar releases Turkish citizens

Six Turkish citizens detained in Libya by forces loyal to Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar have been released, Turkey’s foreign ministry…

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Gunmen kidnap Cameroon opposition leader in restive Anglophone region

Unidentified gunmen in Cameroon’s Anglophone region kidnapped the leader of one of the country’s leading opposition parties on Friday for…

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UN agency partners Botswana to end child marriages: official

The UN Population Fund (UNFPA) has partnered with Botswana’s ministry of health and wellness in a bid to end child…

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Sudan police ‘fire tear gas’ at protesters in Khartoum

Sudanese police have fired tear gas to disperse protesters demanding an end to military rule in the capital Khartoum, eyewitnesses…

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Rwanda starts issuing East Africa e-passport

Rwanda has begun issuing the East Africa e-passport in line with the country’s commitment to promote regional integration as envisioned…

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Increasing number of displaced persons in Mali may overwhelm humanitarian response – UN

In central Mali, an increasing number of displaced persons are stretching the humanitarian response and recent violence and floods are…

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Copper mine collapse kills dozens in DR Congo

At least 36 people have been killed after a copper and cobalt mine collapsed in Lualaba province in south-east DR…

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Arab uprising: What country could be next?

A wide-ranging BBC survey shows almost half of Moroccans are considering emigrating and want immediate political change. So could Morocco…

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Libyan forces ‘retake’ strategic town

Libya’s internationally recognised government says it has retaken the strategic town of Gharyan following clashes with insurgent forces. Gharyan was…

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