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Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Four Italian construction workers have been kidnapped in Libya near an industrial complex owned by the Italian energy giant Eni in the western city of Mellitah, Italy's Foreign Ministry said Monday.
Monday, July 20, 2015
Talks between Burundi's government and opposition aimed at resolving a major crisis over President Pierre Nkurunziza's controversial re-election bid were suspended on Sunday less than 48 hours before the central African nation goes to the polls.
African Union troops said Sunday they had launched a new offensive against al-Qaida-affiliated Shabab rebels in southern Somalia, vowing to flush the insurgents out of rural areas.
The U.N.'s cultural wing has reported the destruction of precious mausoleums during an Islamist takeover of northern Mali to the International Criminal Court, its head said on a visit Saturday to witness their reconstruction.
S. Africa celebrates Nelson Mandela's birthday
South Africans honored the 67 years of former President Nelson Mandela's service to the country with 67 minutes of charity and community action around the country on his birthday Saturday.
Sunday, July 19, 2015
Militants in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula attacked two military checkpoints, killing at least five soldiers Saturday in the latest violence there targeting security forces, officials and state media said.
Kenya massacre mall reopens in capital, 2 years after Islamist attack
Kenya's Westgate shopping mall reopened for business on Saturday, almost two years after Somali Islamists stormed in and massacred 67 shoppers and staff in four days of carnage.
Three girls staged suicide bombings in the Nigerian city of Damaturu on Friday, killing at least 13 people as residents prepared for the Eid festival at the end of Ramadan, police said.
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Rich nations and developing countries on Thursday reached a deal on financing the next 15 years of global sustainable development, in what was hailed as a succesful outcome of a divisive four-day summit.
Friday, July 17, 2015
Nigeria's new president Muhammadu Buhari is due to meet Barack Obama on Monday in Washington, where they are set to discuss the fight against terrorism and boost damaged bilateral relations.
  
  
  
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