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Human remains, wreckage f-rom EgyptAir...

EGYPT’S civil aviation minister has told relatives of the passengers of the EgyptAir crash there are...

How South African women are reclaiming...

African women have worn headscarves for many years for religious, cultural reasons and even as a...

Kenyan police launch inquiry over attack...

Video appears to shows three officers taking turns to hit and kick apparently unconscious man who...

Body part and seats f-rom EgyptAir flight MS804 found, says Greece

Body part and seats f-rom EgyptAir...

Greek defence minister says debris also including suitcases discovered, but that cause of crash...

EgyptAir 804 Black Boxes Remain...

The crucial black boxes f-rom EgyptAir Flight 804 have yet to be recovered after the plane...

Oscar Pistorius legal team pushes for...

REEVA Steenkamp’s father broke down in court as he told a dramatic sentencing hearing that Oscar...

Europe migrant crisis: Heartbreaking...

WARNING: Graphic and distressing image A HEARTBREAKING photograph of a drowned migrant baby in the...

Nigeria’s Buhari Travels to London for...

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is traveling to London on Monday to receive treatment for an ear...

U.S. Special Forces in Somalia firefight

No U.S. troops were wounded in what quickly turned into a firefight. Ugandan troops

FILE PHOTO: Saif al-Islam Gaddafi in the custody of rebel fighters in Obari, Libya. November 19, 2011. © Ammar El-Darwish / Reuters

Saif Gaddafi may run for Libya’s presidency to ‘save’ country 7 years after father’s murder

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Nearly seven years after the bloody NATO-backed uprising overthrew Colonel Gaddafi, his son, Saif Al-Islam is reportedly seeking to run in the Libyan presidential elections this year to “rescue” his country from the turmoil.

© AFP | The 54 year-old president of Burundi, Pierre Nkurunziza, has been in power since 2005.

Burundi's Nkurunziza sets May date for controversial referendum

  •   19/03/2018 07:54:00 AM
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Burundi's president has signed a decree setting May 17 for a referendum on changes to the constitution that could keep him in power until 2034, days after some ruling party members bestowed on him the title of "eternal supreme guide."

© AFP (file photo) | Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe

'Panic' as Zimbabwe's Mugabe appears to back opposition

  •   11/03/2018 06:13:00 PM
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Zimbabwe's ex-leader Robert Mugabe sent shockwaves through the party he dominated for decades when he posed with the retired general who will take on the ruling ZANU-PF in this year's election.

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has cancelled scheduled events in Kenya on Saturday because he is feeling poorly.

Tillerson in Africa: US diplomat 'feeling unwell', cancels Kenya plans

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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has cancelled scheduled events in Kenya on Saturday because he is feeling poorly.


Assaults on Friday in Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso, left at least 6 attackers dead. Credit Ahmed Ouoba/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

At Least 13 Dead in Attacks in Burkina Faso, Growing Target of Al Qaeda

  •   02/03/2018 11:47:00 PM
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Numerous people were killed in simultaneous attacks on Friday on the military headquarters of Burkina Faso and the French Embassy in the nation’s capital, the government said.

A worker leaves after working at a farm in Eikenhof, South Africa © Siphiwe Sibeko / Reuters

‘Time for reconciliation over’: South Africa votes to confiscate white-owned land

  •   28/02/2018 07:45:00 PM
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The South African parliament voted on Tuesday in favor of a motion seeking to change the constitution to allow white-owned land expropriation without compensation.

Image Credit: AFP National Electoral Commission official holds up lists of candidates during a presentation showing how new voting machine work, on February 21, 2018 in Kinshasa.

DR Congo braces for anti-Kabila protest despite ban

  •   27/02/2018 07:44:00 AM
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Hundreds of ruling party supporters stormed Kinshasa cathedral on Saturday after authorities banned the march

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Protester killed as DR Congo police fire on banned march

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Security forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital Kinshasa shot dead an anti-government protester and wounded two others who had gathered to take part in church-led marches against President Joseph Kabila’s rule on Sunday.

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa © Mike Hutchings / Reuters

New South African president wants to seize land from white farmers without compensation

  •   24/02/2018 01:54:00 AM
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South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has pledged to return the lands owned by white farmers since the 1600s to the black citizens of the country.

AFP/Boko Haram militants want to establish an Islamic state in northern Nigeria

Nigeria Boko Haram: Schoolgirls escape militant attack

  •   20/02/2018 09:16:00 AM
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Schoolgirls and teachers in north-eastern Nigeria have escaped an attack on a boarding school by Boko Haram jihadists, witnesses say.


Cyril Ramaphosa succeeds Zuma as South African president

  •   15/02/2018 11:07:00 PM
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Cyril Ramaphosa has become South Africa's president a day after embattled leader Jacob Zuma resigned.

Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai died on Wednesday in South Africa after a long battle with cancer. (Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/Associated Press)

Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai dead at 65

  •   15/02/2018 08:09:00 AM
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Tsvangirai had undergone 18 months of cancer treatment in neighbouring South Africa

South African President Jacob Zuma addresses the nation and press at the government's Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa, Wednesday. Zuma said he will resign 'with immediate effect.' (Themba Hadebe/Associated Press)

South African President Jacob Zuma resigns

  •   15/02/2018 08:07:00 AM
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Move comes just before almost-certain ouster in parliament following years of corruption scandals

GETTY IMAGES / Many in the ANC hope that removing Mr Zuma will boost the party's chances in the 2019 elections

South Africa: ANC leaders expected to ask President Zuma to resign

  •   12/02/2018 08:17:00 PM
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Leaders of South Africa's governing ANC party is meeting to decide the future of President Jacob Zuma.

© Mujahid Safodien, AFP | Jacob Zuma in Johannesburg in December 2017.

End game nears for South Africa's Jacob Zuma

  •   08/02/2018 08:26:00 AM
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African National Congress (ANC) leader Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday he is holding direct talks with Jacob Zuma over a transition of power, in the strongest indication to date the South African president will step down after years of scandal.

© Pieter Bauermeister, AFP | South African President Jacob Zuma gestures as he addresses supporters in Cape Town after surviving a Motion of No confidence on August 8. On February 6 South Africa postponed the State of the Nation address.

South Africa postpones Zuma's speech amid political crisis

  •   07/02/2018 09:38:00 AM
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South Africa on Tuesday postponed its State of the Nation address, the keynote political event of the year, as the ruling African National Congress (ANC) is roiled by a battle to unseat President Jacob Zuma.

EPA / Liberia's new president has pledged to take a pay cut

George Weah vows to change Liberia's citizenship laws

  •   30/01/2018 09:37:00 PM
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Liberia's President George Weah has called for the removal of a "racist" clause in the constitution which restricts citizenship to black people.

George Weah

Euphoria grips Liberia as ex-football star Weah takes office

  •   22/01/2018 08:00:00 PM
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Former international football star George Weah was sworn in as Liberia's new president on Monday, in the country's first transition between democratically-elected leaders since 1944.

© Sarah Leduc, FRANCE 24 | A young demonstrator holds up a cage with the Tunisian flag inside, symbolising Ben Ali’s time in power, during a rally in Tunis on January 14, 2018.

Why Tunisia’s revolutionary fire still burns seven years after Arab Spring uprising

  •   16/01/2018 10:41:00 AM
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Tunisia on Sunday marked the seventh anniversary of a revolution that saw the ouster of its autocratic leader, sparking the region-wide Arab Spring. But Tunisia’s revolutionary spirit never died, and austerity seems to be breathing new life into it.


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