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Morocco: Fifteen women killed in food aid stampede

At least 15 women killed in a stampede in west Morocco while gathering to receive food aid.

Morocco

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ZANU-PF tells Mugabe to resign or face impeachment

Days after a surprise military takeover, ZANU-PF gives embattled president Monday ultimatum and sacks him as its leader.

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Five things you need to know about Zimbabwe

President Mugabe is fast losing his grip on the country and pressure is building on him to quit.

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Kenya: Five killed as Odinga return marred by violence

Rights group denounces the use of live ammunition against opposition supporters, but police deny firing live bullets.

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Mugabe in first public appearance since army takeover

Mugabe attends university ceremony in Harare, as the army says it is engaging with the president 'on the way forward'.

Mugabe appeared at the graduation ceremony

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Region bids for solution as crisis grips Zimbabwe

As military takeover enters second day, army blocks key sites as officials and citizens hope for peaceful resolve.

The army maintains its presence

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Nigeria: Four suicide bombers kill 18 in Maiduguri

Two male and two female attackers carried out separate attacks in suburb of northern Borno state.

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Chinua Achebe: Why Google honours him today

Africa's greatest storyteller Chinua Achebe would have been 87 today. This is his story.

Chinua Achebe with former South African President Nelson Mandela

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Who are the key players in the Zimbabwe crisis?

Troops have taken over government buildings and state TV but have denied that a military coup is underway.

Grace Mugabe talks to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa

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Zimbabwe's President Mugabe 'confined to his home'

South African leader says he spoke to Zimbabwean counterpart, who 'indicated' he was fine but not allowed to leave home.

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Amasa Firdaus 'dress code violation' sparks fierce debate on social media, with many calling for #JusticeforFirdaus.

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