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Ugandan police have detained the country's most prominent opposition leader over allegations of attempted murder.
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Togo's opposition said Thursday that three people had been killed and dozens more injured in clashes with security forces in the capital. Togolese officials, however, deny the reports of fatalities.
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The Islamic militants came on motorcycles toting rocket-propelled grenades and heavy machine guns, killing four American service members after shattering the windows of the unarmored US trucks.
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At least four people were shot dead on Wednesday in clashes between protesters and security forces in Togo's two largest cities after soldiers and police launched teargas to prevent the latest anti-government protest.
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Kenya's polls chief cast doubt Wednesday on his organisation's ability to hold a credible vote next week, pointing to internal divisions and interference by both major parties.
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Thousands of people took to the streets of Somalia's capital Wednesday in a show of defiance after the country's deadliest attack.
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Three people were killed as violence broke out in Togo's second city, Sokode, after an imam close to the country's main opposition was arrested, the government said on Tuesday.
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A plague outbreak in Madagascar has killed at least 74 people and 805 cases have been reported so far. The government has deployed resources to curb the disease, but many obstacles remain.
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The death toll from Saturday's truck bombing in Somalia's capital is now over 300, the director of an ambulance service said Monday, as the country reeled from the deadliest single attack it's ever experienced.
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Former soccer star George Weah was all but guaranteed a spot in a presidential run-off in Liberia after the elections commission said on Sunday he was leading a first round of voting with 39 percent of votes.
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A seven-minute video showing a woman being beaten, raped and then beheaded in a public square in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was circulating on the messaging platform Whatsapp for months before being validated and published by France 24 last week.
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I remember a chalk line drawn on blacktop by a group of kids at recess when I was young. The message was clear: This is the line you do not cross. If you stepped over it, you would face the wrath of those kids in whatever game we were playing. Now turn that line crimson and color it toxic. This is the adult version of "do not cross."
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A senior member of Kenya's electoral commission has resigned, saying the organization is "under siege" and cannot guarantee a credible presidential election next week.
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Hadiza Bala Usman shot to prominence as a leading figure of the "Bring Back Our Girls" campaign, a driving force of what became a global movement to secure the return of 276 schoolgirls abducted by terror group Boko Haram.
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Sexual health tests in Nigeria can be a harrowing ordeal.
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Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga told CNN Friday that he would stand again for president if his "basic requirements are met" on how the presidential election is held.
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South African President Jacob Zuma visited Nigeria's Imo state on Friday and had a giant bronze statue unveiled in his honor.
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At least 300 people were confirmed dead after a double car bombing rocked Mogadishu on Saturday, making it the deadliest attack in Somalia's modern history.
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The plague outbreak in Madagascar is continuing to spread at unprecedented rates, with 57 deaths and more than 680 cases.
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Joseph Boakai has served faithfully as deputy to Liberia's president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for about 11 years.
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NAIROBI/MOGADISHU (Reuters) - The size and methods of the latest truck bombing in Mogadishu show how international and Somali government efforts to stop the killings are failing, partly because intelligence gathering to counter such attacks is so disjointed, security sources say.  
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NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's police said on Friday that four people had died as result of police intervention during opposition protests in the past two weeks, amid concerns violence will break out in next week's repeat presidential vote.
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MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Thousands of Somalis prayed in Mogadishu on Friday at a symbolic funeral for more than 300 people killed by the country's deadliest truck bombing.
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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has given President Jacob Zuma until Nov. 30 to make submissions before it decides whether to reinstate 783 corruption charges filed against Zuma before he became president, it said on Friday.
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KAMPALA (Reuters) - Uganda's main opposition leader was arrested and charged with murder, police said on Friday, after they broke up a rally organised to protest moves to extend President Yoweri Museveni's rule.
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NIAMEY (Reuters) - A part of southwestern Niger where four U.S. Green Berets were killed during a mission the U.S. military had considered low-risk has seen at least 46 attacks by armed groups since early last year, a U.N. agency said on Friday.
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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Jacob Zuma's spokesman said on Friday there was no basis for reports that the South African president would axe his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa, speculation about which has weighed on the currency and bonds.
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NAIROBI (Reuters) - The chief executive of Kenya's electoral board, whose sacking the opposition has demanded ahead of a presidential election re-run due next week, said on Friday he was taking three weeks' leave.
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HARARE (Reuters) - A Belgian-based businessman on Friday challenged Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe's accusation that he duped her of a $1.35 million diamond ring and asked her to provide the court with evidence to back her lawsuit.
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(Reuters) - Three former employees of a former UK division of German logistics and freight company Bertling were sentenced by a London court for bribing an agent of Sonangol, the Angolan state oil group, Britain's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) said.

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