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Saturday, June 13, 2015
Boko Haram extremists have burned down six northeast Nigerian villages and killed 37 people near the insurgents' Sambisa Forest stronghold, a survivor said Friday.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
African leaders signed Wednesday a potentially historic 26-nation free trade pact to create a common market spanning half the continent from Cairo to Cape Town.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Key Djibouti-Ethiopia rail line near completion
The leaders of Djibouti and Ethiopia will oversee the completion of a railway linking their two capitals on Thursday, with the ambition that the link might eventually extend across the continent to West Africa.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Oscar Pistorius, the South African double amputee sprinter who shot dead his girlfriend, is scheduled to be freed on parole on Aug. 21 after serving just 10 months in jail, officials said Monday.
Eritrea's government is responsible for systematic and widespread human rights abuses on an almost unprecedented scale, driving some 5,000 Eritreans to flee every month, a U.N. investigation said Monday.
Barefoot, with sweat pouring down their naked chests, 50 men slave in the depths of the Central African forest digging for diamonds in a sandy pit half the size of a soccer pitch.
Barefoot, with sweat pouring down their naked chests, 50 men slave in the depths of the Central African forest digging for diamonds in a sandy pit half the size of a soccer pitch.
The launch of a free trade agreement by three African economic blocs in Egypt this week will be an important step towards a potentially game-changing common market spanning the continent, supporters say.
Monday, June 8, 2015
Three people have died in an attack by suspected Shebab militants in Kenya's northeastern Wajir county that borders Somalia, officials said Sunday.
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Army 'purge' follows failed coup in Burundi
Once a symbol of ethnic unity in post-civil war Burundi, the army is now deeply divided and faces a growing climate of fear after a failed coup by generals in the central African nation.
  
  
  
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