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Tunisia sacks interior minister

The sacking comes a week after a boat carrying more than 180 migrants sank off the coast, leaving scores dead.

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Ethiopia accepts peace deal with longtime rival Eritrea

In a surprise move, Addis Ababa recognises conditions of a 2000 agreement that ended a two-year war.

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Attackers hack seven to death in Mozambique

The group, described by locals and officials as 'al-Shabab', has no known link to the Somali group of the same name.

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Ethiopia lifts state of emergency imposed in February

Parliament approves a bill to end the emergency rule two months earlier than planned, local broadcaster reports.

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Death toll from Tunisia migrant shipwreck tops 100

Death toll from the sinking of the boat near Kerkennah Islands has risen to 112, IOM says.

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At least 13 killed in two separate central Nigeria attacks

Women and children among the dead after gunmen storm villages in Benue state.

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Madagascar Prime Minister Olivier Mahafaly resigns

Olivier Mahafaly quits to comply with a court ruling that ordered the formation of a new consensus government.

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HRW accuses Morocco of cracking down on peaceful protesters

The rights group says Moroccan authorities used excessive, disproportionate force in dealing with economic protests.

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UN threatens to consider arms embargo on South Sudan

The UNSC votes to consider an arms embargo and sanctions on six officials if fighting does not stop by June 30.

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Ethiopia set to lift state of emergency two months early

Authorities imposed emergency rule in February after the sudden resignation of ex-Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn.

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