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Several dozen people died in a stampede Sunday morning when a religious celebration in Ethiopia turned into an anti-government protest that led police to fire tear gas and rubber bullets.
 
Gabonese intelligence wiretapped EU election observers who voiced grave doubts over the outcome of hotly disputed Aug. 27 polls in the oil-rich central African nation, a French weekly reported Sunday.
 
Egyptian police detained three journalists who were conducting street interviews in downtown Cairo about President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's request for small donations of spare change to fund development programs, security officials said Saturday.
 
Amnesty accuses Sudan of Darfur chemical attacks
Rights group Amnesty International on Thursday accused Sudanese government forces of killing scores of civilians, including many children, in suspected chemical weapons attacks in a mountainous area of war-torn Darfur.
 
Amnesty accuses Sudan of deadly Darfur chemical attacks
Rights group Amnesty International on Thursday accused Sudanese government forces of killing scores of civilians, including many children, in suspected chemical weapons attacks in a mountainous area of war-torn Darfur.
 
In southern Kenya, Maasai lion hunters become defenders
In the Maasai heartland of southern Kenya, some young men have swapped their ancestral role as lion-hunters to instead protect the big cats under a conservation scheme that also aims to help their community.
 
War crimes judges jailed a Malian jihadist Tuesday for nine years for demolishing Timbuktu's fabled shrines, a landmark ruling seen as a warning that destroying mankind's heritage will not go unpunished.
 
Uganda police break up pride event; participants vow return
About 40 people gathered in a discreet lakeside cove an hour's drive from Uganda's capital, Kampala, to celebrate gay pride on Saturday.
 
Gabon's constitutional court has upheld President's Ali Bongo's re-election victory, rejecting an appeal by rival Jean Ping, who had called for a recount over widespread allegations of fraud.
 
Libyan authorities said Tuesday they were searching for two Italians and a Canadian abducted at gunpoint near the Algerian border, while another official said three North Koreans kidnapped more than a year ago have been freed from Islamic State group militants.
 
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