Tunisians stage sit-ins as unemployment concerns persist
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Tunisians stage sit-ins as unemployment concerns persist

Protests against unemployment are still on-going in Tunisia. Dozens of people in the western town…

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Experts call on AU to make good its pledge to fund Amisom mission
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Experts call on AU to make good its pledge to fund Amisom mission

The recent attack on Kenyan soldiers in Somalia has been raising several questions about the…

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Russia still concerned by security situation in Egypt
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Russia still concerned by security situation in Egypt

Russian Parliament Speaker Sergei Naryshkin said that security concerns were still preventing Russia from recommending…

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Dozens killed in Adamawa state during cattle raids
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Dozens killed in Adamawa state during cattle raids

More trouble has erupted in North-eastern Nigeria, and this time it has nothing to do…

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Devaluation of the Naira dragging down Nigeria’s economy
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Devaluation of the Naira dragging down Nigeria’s economy

A slump in vital oil revenues has hit public finances in Africa’s biggest economy and…

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Plans in place to fund project to help eradicate malaria in Africa
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Plans in place to fund project to help eradicate malaria in Africa

The British Finance minister and technology billionaire Bill Gates have unveiled a plan to spend…

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French President Francois Hollande vows to continue strikes
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French President Francois Hollande vows to continue strikes

French President Francois Hollande has vowed to continue hitting ISIL hard, following the latest ISIL…

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Soldiers receive commendation as they conclude AMISOM duty
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Soldiers receive commendation as they conclude AMISOM duty

Djibouti soldiers were at the weekend awarded medals for their honourable and dedicated peacekeeping service…

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Half Central African Republic’s people face hunger
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Half Central African Republic’s people face hunger

Half the population of the Central African Republic, nearly 2.5 million people, is at risk…

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Burundians trying to pick up from the disruptions of the unrest
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Burundians trying to pick up from the disruptions of the unrest

Ordinary Burundians are trying to pick up from the disruptions caused by the political unrest.…

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