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Rwanda expels over 1,500 Burundians as relations fray

Rwanda claims the expulsions were part of crackdowns on those living illegally in the country.

Burundians

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Uganda: Opposition's Kizza Besigye charged with treason

Lawyer says opposition leader denied legal representation when charged before being remanded in custody.

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Nigeria hosts regional summit on battling Boko Haram

Regional and Western powers meet to agree on closer military cooperation as UN security council asks for new strategy.

people in the region have fled their homes

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DR Congo police disperse thousands of opposition rally

Thousands of supporters protest at accusations that opposition candidate Moise Katumbi was plotting a coup.

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Western officials walk out of Museveni inauguration

US, Canadian and European officials walk out of ceremony as Ugandan president criticises International Criminal Court.

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Cameron puts 'fantastically corrupt' row behind him

UK PM praises Nigerian and Afghan leaders in parliament speech after embarrassment caused by his remarks caught on tape.

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Tunisia unrest: Deaths in Tatouine and near Tunis

Officers killed in suicide bombing following gun battle in Tataouine, hours after raid on suspected cell near Tunis.

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Nigeria rebuffs David Cameron over corruption remarks

President Buhari says he does not want an apology from the British PM for calling his country "fantastically corrupt"

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Burkina Faso drought triggers water and power shortages

An intense dry season across the Sahel region leads to severe heat, causing water and power cuts for millions.

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Children dying in Nigeria military detention: Amnesty

Babies and children have died in squalid conditions in detention centre holding Boko Haram suspects, rights group says.

Children in Nigeria

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