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    Zuma Influence-Peddling Inquiry Opens; Judges Seeks More Witnesses
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    At Least 19 Killed by Islamists in Northeast Nigeria: Survivor
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    Egypt Voices Concern Over Red Sea Security After Houthi Attack
  • Hippo Kills Taiwanese Tourist in Kenya: Reports
    Hippo Kills Taiwanese Tourist in Kenya: Reports
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    Mali Votes in Runoff Amid Heavy Security to Counter Terrorist Threat
  • Ebola Death Toll Climbs to 36 in Congo’s Latest Outbreak
    Ebola Death Toll Climbs to 36 in Congo’s Latest Outbreak
  • Zimbabwe Can’t Escape Demagoguery
    Zimbabwe Can’t Escape Demagoguery
  • Nigerian Security Agents Blockade Parliament, Chief Later Fired
    Nigerian Security Agents Blockade Parliament, Chief Later Fired
  • Kenya’s Former World Champion Athlete Dies in Road Accident
    Kenya’s Former World Champion Athlete Dies in Road Accident
  • Nigerian Security Agents Held Blockade at Parliament, Chief Later Fired
    Nigerian Security Agents Held Blockade at Parliament, Chief Later Fired
  • Suicide Bomb Attack Kills at Least Three Somali Soldiers Outside Mogadishu
    Suicide Bomb Attack Kills at Least Three Somali Soldiers Outside Mogadishu
  • Confirmed Ebola Cases Rise to 13 in Congo’s Latest Outbreak
    Confirmed Ebola Cases Rise to 13 in Congo’s Latest Outbreak
  • Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa Wins First Post-Mugabe Election
    Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa Wins First Post-Mugabe Election
  • Congo Ebola Outbreak Poses High Regional Risk, Says WHO
    Congo Ebola Outbreak Poses High Regional Risk, Says WHO
  • 3 Killed as Zimbabwe Troops, Protesters Clash After Vote
    3 Killed as Zimbabwe Troops, Protesters Clash After Vote
  • Chinese Communist Party Strengthens Grip on South Africa
    Chinese Communist Party Strengthens Grip on South Africa
  • Ebola Outbreak: 4 New Cases Reported in Congo
    Ebola Outbreak: 4 New Cases Reported in Congo
  • Congo Declares New Ebola Outbreak in Eastern Province
    Congo Declares New Ebola Outbreak in Eastern Province
  • Zimbabwe’s Ruling Party Wins Majority in Parliament, Opposition Questions Poll
    Zimbabwe’s Ruling Party Wins Majority in Parliament, Opposition Questions Poll
  • South Africa’s Biggest Bank Heist Leaves Trail of Destruction
    South Africa’s Biggest Bank Heist Leaves Trail of Destruction
  • Nigeria to Send Air Force and 1,000 Security Personnel to Tackle Banditry
    Nigeria to Send Air Force and 1,000 Security Personnel to Tackle Banditry
  • Zimbabweans Vote in First Election Since Mugabe’s Removal
    Zimbabweans Vote in First Election Since Mugabe’s Removal
  • Egypt Seeks 75 Death Sentences Over 2013 Sit-In, Refers Cases to Mufti
    Egypt Seeks 75 Death Sentences Over 2013 Sit-In, Refers Cases to Mufti
  • Uganda Court Validates Law Allowing Museveni to Seek Re-election
    Uganda Court Validates Law Allowing Museveni to Seek Re-election
  • The Persecution of Christians in Africa and the Middle East
    The Persecution of Christians in Africa and the Middle East
  • Eleven Taxi Drivers Shot Dead in South Africa on Return From Funeral
    Eleven Taxi Drivers Shot Dead in South Africa on Return From Funeral
  • Eritrea Appoints First Ambassador to Ethiopia in Two Decades
    Eritrea Appoints First Ambassador to Ethiopia in Two Decades