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UN: Congo used excessive force against December protestersUN: Congo used excessive force against December protesters, with more than 40 killed
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Zimbabwe's Mugabe off to Singapore for medical checkupZimbabwe's Mugabe off to Singapore for medical checkup, days after celebrating 93rd birthday
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Somaliland deports 2 aid workers for acts against IslamSomaliland deports 2 Danish aid agency workers accused of acts against Islam
The Associated Press4 hours ago
UN chief warns of Burundi's leader seeking 4th termUN chief warns of Burundi's leader seeking 4th term; could create 'even deeper crisis'
The Associated Press5 hours ago
1 killed in Togo protests against fuel price hike1 killed as police respond to Togo protests against fuel price hike, rights group says
The Associated Press5 hours ago
Ethiopian schools linked to Turkish cleric are soldEthiopia schools linked to Turkish cleric accused of being behind failed coup attempt are sold
The Associated Press5 hours ago
As South Sudan refugee flood continues, so do tales of abuseMore than 100,000 people have fled a single county in South Sudan in just three months as civil war continues amid warnings of genocide
The Associated Press6 hours ago
African governments urged to donate to fund for war victimsAfrican governments urged to donate to fund for war victims as ICC president visits Uganda
The Associated Press6 hours ago
Nurses at Zimbabwe's state hospitals go on strike over payNurses at Zimbabwe's state hospitals go on strike over pay as government struggles
The Associated Press9 hours ago
Jihadists attack north Burkina Faso towns amid film festivalAuthorities in Burkina Faso say suspected jihadists have attacked two communities in the north while an international film festival takes place in the capital
The Associated Press20 hours ago
Tuareg rebels join Mali army in operation against extremistsIn northern Mali, former Tuareg rebels join soldiers in 1st joint operation against extremists
The Associated Press1 day ago
This 2016 image from video shows the entrance to the Word of Faith Fellowship church in Spindale, N.C. Newcomers to the Word of Faith Fellowship live by a list of strict rules for daily life, which sect leader Jane Whaley says God revealed to her, former members say. (AP Photo/Alex Sanz)
Sect rules include no TV, movies or reading newspapersFormer members of the Word of Faith Fellowship say that newcomers must live by a list of strict rules for daily life, which sect leader Jane Whaley says God revealed to her
The Associated Press1 day ago
A table is set with flowers at a memorial service for murdered Sue Howarth, in photo, in Dullstroom, South Africa, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017. The service was held for Howarth, a British woman who was brutally assaulted and killed by attackers at her farm. Susan Howarth died on Feb. 21, two days after the attack. Her British husband, Robert Lynn, survived and has said he was burned with a blowtorch and slashed with a knife by assailants demanding money. Three suspects are being held without bail. (AP Photo)
Funeral held for Briton killed in South Africa farm attackFuneral held for Briton killed in South Africa farm attack; blowtorch used in assault
The Associated Press1 day ago
Aid workers leave famine-hit South Sudan area for safetyAid workers leave famine-hit South Sudan area for their safety, UN statement says
The Associated Press1 day ago
In this photo taken Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, a displaced Somali girl who fled the drought in southern Somalia cooks on a wood fire in a camp in the capital Mogadishu, Somalia. Thousands of desperate people are streaming into Somalia's capital seeking food as a result a prolonged drought, overwhelming local and international aid agencies, while the Somali government warns of a looming famine, compounded by the country's ongoing conflict against Islamic extremists. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)
Somalia's new leader declares drought national disasterSomalia's new president declares a national disaster for a drought that threatens millions of people and is creating fears of a full-blown famine
The Associated Press1 day ago
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