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Aid workers in South Sudan have suffered an increase in attacks in recent weeks, the U.N. warned Wednesday, with three killed in May since the formation of a unity government.
 
The U.N. Security Council on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution allowing the European Union's maritime force off Libya's coast to seize illegal weapons that are helping to fuel violence and instability in the North African nation, including by Islamic State extremists.
 
Pistorius a 'broken' man, says clinical psychologist at murder sentencing
Oscar Pistorius is a "broken" man whose mental state has deteriorated over the last two years and he should be hospitalized and not jailed, a clinical psychologist testified for his defense Monday on the opening day of the former track star's sentencing hearing for murdering girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
 
Gunmen have killed 12 Libyans after their release from jail for taking part in acts of repression during the 2011 revolt against Moammar Gadhafi, officials said on Sunday.
 
Eritrea's government accused Ethiopian troops of carrying out attacks against Eritrean positions in a disputed border area.
 
Dozens of military officers, including some senior ones, have been arrested over an alleged plot to overthrow long-time President Yoweri Museveni, a Ugandan military official said Sunday.
 
Entrepreneur finds potential in 'miracle trees'
Mavis Mathabatha is an entrepreneur with big plans, plans which will always be informed by the spirit of philanthropy.
 
A glance at Oscar Pistorius's re-sentencing, now for murder
Oscar Pistorius is going back to jail. The only question now is for how long? It could be 15 years. The double-amputee Olympic runner's sentencing hearing opens Monday after he was convicted of murder by South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal for shooting girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
 
IS suicide bombers hit Libyan forces, killing 1
Islamic State suicide bombers using an ambulance and two other vehicles targeted Libyan forces in the coastal city of Sirte on Sunday, killing at least one of them, a spokesman for militias loyal to Libya's U.N.-brokered government said.
 
S. Africans unite to remember Soweto uprising
Hundreds of South Africans, including for the first time white apartheid era conscripts, on Saturday united to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Soweto uprising.
 
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