Somalia’s displaced families hope to reunite with loved ones
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Somalia’s displaced families hope to reunite with loved ones

Decades of fighting in Somalia have left tens of thousands of people separated from their…

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Investment uncertainity in South Africa as Brexit vote gets underway
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Investment uncertainity in South Africa as Brexit vote gets underway

Nervousness is growing in South Africa and across around the globe as Britain decides on…

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200 refugees starve to death in Nigeria aid camp
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200 refugees starve to death in Nigeria aid camp

A charity organization has warned of what it calls a catastrophic humanitarian emergency in northeastern…

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ISIL doctrine difference could split Boko Haram
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ISIL doctrine difference could split Boko Haram

There have been growing rumors of a split within the Boko Haram militant group. American…

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Ex-Malawian President’s graft case drags on 10 years later
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Ex-Malawian President’s graft case drags on 10 years later

A corruption case against former Malawian president, Bakili Muluzi is yet to be concluded more…

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40 killed in Libyan explosion
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40 killed in Libyan explosion

At least 40 people were killed in an explosion at an ammunition store, and in…

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Procedure to be followed in Brexit
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Procedure to be followed in Brexit

After months of talk, it’s finally here, the Brexit vote. Across Europe a lot of…

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Britain votes in historic referendum on EU membership
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Britain votes in historic referendum on EU membership

Voters in the United Kingdom have begun voting to decide whether the UK will remain…

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Australians kidnapped by gunmen in Nigeria
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Australians kidnapped by gunmen in Nigeria

Gunmen have killed a local driver and kidnapped as many as seven people on the…

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Coffers running low after Angola’s national oil firm fails to make contributions
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Coffers running low after Angola’s national oil firm fails to make contributions

Angola is running short of foreign reserves to pay for imports because its national oil…

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