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Egypt set for emergency rule after church attacks
Egypt prepared to impose a state of emergency Monday after jihadist bombings killed dozens at two churches in the deadliest attacks in recent memory on the country's Coptic Christian minority.
Somalia's new army chief survives car bomb
Somalia's new military chief survived a suicide car bomb attack Sunday just moments after he was sworn in with a mandate to launch a new offensive against Islamic extremists. Thirteen people were killed the attack.
Trump to sell attack planes to Nigeria for Boko Haram fight
The Trump administration will move forward with the sale of high-tech aircraft to Nigeria for its campaign against Boko Haram Islamic extremists despite concerns over abuses committed by the African nation's security forces, according to U.S. officials.
S. Africa's axed minister warns ANC risks losing
South Africa's sacked finance minister on Sunday warned in a speech disrupted by African National Congress (ANC) members that the ruling party risks losing the next general election in 2019 unless it unites.
38 dead in Egypt Palm Sunday church bombings
Bombings at two Egyptian churches killed at least 38 people as they gathered to mark Palm Sunday, officials said, in one of the deadliest recent attacks on the country's Coptic Christians.
Ethiopian band melds rock with African sounds
At a hotel in Addis Ababa well-known for hosting jazz greats, thousands of fans lined up on a Saturday night to headbang along with what is still a rarity in Ethiopia's diverse music scene -- a rock band.
Congo president names their PM under agreed power-sharing deal
President Joseph Kabila on Friday named an opposition leader as prime minister for the Democratic Republic of Congo, honoring a pledge made as part of a stalled power-sharing deal agreed in December.
S. Africa denies breaking its international court obligations
South Africa on Friday denied flouting international law in 2015 by failing to arrest visiting Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted for trial by war crimes judges on charges of genocide in Darfur.
Egyptian women speak up on sexual harassment
Hundreds of Egyptian women and girls have come out to denounce sexual harassment and share personal stories about it on social media, breaking a taboo and raising the ire of some in the country's conservative majority.
S. Africans hold nationwide anti-Zuma rallies
Thousands of South Africans demonstrated peacefully Friday in major cities against President Jacob Zuma, whose dismissal of the finance minister has fueled concerns over government corruption and a struggling economy.
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