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Migrants face torture, rape in journey to Europe
The young Liberian man went through hell, but when he reached Libya he hoped that there he'd be able to make a living and get an education. Instead, he entered another hell of imprisonment, then near death at sea.
US urges immediate end to deadly S. Sudan clashes
WASHINGTON - The United States urged an immediate end to violence in South Sudan Sunday after fresh clashes left scores dead in the capital, threatening the young nation's shaky peace deal.
Heavy fighting erupted in South Sudan's capital on Sunday as former rebels and government soldiers exchanged fire two days after gun battles left at least 150 fighters dead.
Dentist breaks ground for Egyptian women as soccer pundit
Manar Sarhan disinfects her hands after filling a patient's tooth, readying to catch the Euro 2016 match and analyze it for a newspaper as Egypt's first woman in mainstream soccer punditry.
Slain Kenyan human rights lawyer Willie Kimani and a taxi driver were buried Saturday in their hometowns amid calls for top officials to resign over police-linked extra-judicial killings.
Boko Haram gunmen stormed a town in northeast Nigeria's Borno state near the border with Cameroon killing seven people, residents said Saturday, while the army reported two soldiers died as well as 16 Islamists.
Gabon's Bongo to stand for re-election in August
President Ali Bongo Ondimba, whose father ruled oil-rich Gabon for 41 years, said Saturday that he will contest a presidential election in August.
Some parts of northeast Nigeria that have been devastated by seven years of violence from the Islamist Boko Haram insurgency could be suffering from famine, according to experts monitoring the situation.
Soldiers have brought scores of bodies to a hospital in South Sudan's capital after gunfire erupted throughout Juba on Friday evening, a doctor at the hospital said Saturday.
BAMAKO - Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has reshuffled his government, bringing onboard a former rebel and eight other ministers as the country struggles with remnants of an Islamist insurgency in the north.
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