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Women take to streets to demand end to South Sudan war

Hundreds of women take to the streets of the capital, Juba, to call for an end to the country's devastating war.

Women take to streets

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UN peacekeepers, Congolese soldiers die in DRC attack

UN chief calls incident in North Kivu, which injured more than 50 peacekeepers, the 'worst attack in recent history'.

DRC

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HRW: DRC recruited M23 to crush anti-Kabila protests

Rights group says DR Congo drafted ex-M23 fighters last year to crush protests against President Joseph Kabila.

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Deaths as suicide bomb attacks hit market in Biu

Double suicide explosion kills at least 17 people and injures 47 others in northeastern town of Biu, Borno state.

Nigeria

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'Slavery is an outrageous reality in Libya'

UN experts call on Libyan government to take urgent action to end the country's slave trade.

Slavery

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Disappointment as Mnangagwa names new cabinet

The cabinet has several officials who were also in Robert Mugabe's cabinet, leading to fears nothing might change.

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Africa solidarity is a 'pillar of Palestinian struggle'

Senior Hamas leader says Palestinians depend on African allies for symbolic support in their struggle against Israel.

Senior Hamas leader Musa Abu Marzouk

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Kenyatta sworn in as president of Kenya

President Kenyatta sworn in for a second and final five-year term, after months of unrest that rocked the nation.

Kasarani stadium

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Mali delays regional elections amid security concerns

Amid rising attacks on UN soldiers, government says election to be held in April next year, not as previously scheduled.

French military

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UN peacekeepers killed in Mali attacks

Four peacekeepers killed and 21 others injured near the border with Niger during joint operations with Malian soldiers.

UN peacekeepers

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