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    Kenyan Court Revokes Deportation of Kenyan-Canadian Opposition-Linked Lawyer
  • Zuma Quits, Ending Scandal-Plagued Term as South African President
    Zuma Quits, Ending Scandal-Plagued Term as South African President
  • Big Cat Poacher Who Was Eaten by the Lions He Was Hunting Is Identified
    Big Cat Poacher Who Was Eaten by the Lions He Was Hunting Is Identified
  • ANC Decides to Remove Zuma as South African President
    ANC Decides to Remove Zuma as South African President
  • South Africa’s ANC Gives Zuma 48 Hours to Quit, State Broadcaster Says
    South Africa’s ANC Gives Zuma 48 Hours to Quit, State Broadcaster Says
  • Turning Refugee Camps Into Cities in the Ethiopian Desert
    Turning Refugee Camps Into Cities in the Ethiopian Desert
  • Children Recount Trauma of Abduction After Mass Release by South Sudan Rebels
    Children Recount Trauma of Abduction After Mass Release by South Sudan Rebels
  • Rare Cave Crocodiles, Some With Orange Skin, Could Be Mutants
    Rare Cave Crocodiles, Some With Orange Skin, Could Be Mutants
  • Jihadists Kill at Least 14 Mali Soldiers in Attack on Army Camp
    Jihadists Kill at Least 14 Mali Soldiers in Attack on Army Camp
  • Twin Car Bombs Kill More Than 30 in Libya’s Benghazi
    Twin Car Bombs Kill More Than 30 in Libya’s Benghazi
  • Father of South African Jazz Hugh Masekela Dies Aged 78
    Father of South African Jazz Hugh Masekela Dies Aged 78
  • Dead Woman ‘Gives Birth’ to Stillborn Baby Ten Days After She Died
    Dead Woman ‘Gives Birth’ to Stillborn Baby Ten Days After She Died
  • ISIS Affiliate Claims Deadly Attack on U.S. Troops in Niger
    ISIS Affiliate Claims Deadly Attack on U.S. Troops in Niger
  • Up to 64 Migrants Drown in Weekend Sinking Off Libya
    Up to 64 Migrants Drown in Weekend Sinking Off Libya
  • Former Zimbabwe Ministers Loyal to Mugabe Charged With Corruption
    Former Zimbabwe Ministers Loyal to Mugabe Charged With Corruption
  • At Least 12 Killed, Hundres Injured in South Africa Train Crash
    At Least 12 Killed, Hundres Injured in South Africa Train Crash
  • Generous Retirement Package for Zimbabwe’s Ousted Robert Mugabe
    Generous Retirement Package for Zimbabwe’s Ousted Robert Mugabe
  • Thousands Rally in Support of East Libya’s Commander
    Thousands Rally in Support of East Libya’s Commander
  • Four Dead in Ambush of World Food Programme Convoy in Nigeria
    Four Dead in Ambush of World Food Programme Convoy in Nigeria
  • Gunmen Assassinate Mayor of Libya’s Biggest Port City
    Gunmen Assassinate Mayor of Libya’s Biggest Port City
  • ANC Prepares to Choose New Leader
    ANC Prepares to Choose New Leader
  • Suicide Bomber Attacks Police Academy in Somalia’s Capital, at Least 3 Killed
    Suicide Bomber Attacks Police Academy in Somalia’s Capital, at Least 3 Killed
  • Oscar Pistorius Is Injured in Prison Fight After Arguing While in Line to Use the Phone
    Oscar Pistorius Is Injured in Prison Fight After Arguing While in Line to Use the Phone
  • Special Report: How Monsanto’s GM Cotton Sowed Trouble in Africa
    Special Report: How Monsanto’s GM Cotton Sowed Trouble in Africa
  • Roelof van der Merwe to Roar for Jaguars
    Roelof van der Merwe to Roar for Jaguars